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POSB Everyday Card

Top 3 Reasons To Get This Credit Card:

  • Get up to 5% cash rebate on groceries, personal care items, daily transport, recurring utility and telco bills
  • Get 3% cash rebate on your flights purchased at AirAsia.com
  • Get 2% cash rebate when you sign-up for EZ-Reload.
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POSB Everyday Card Product Fact Sheet

This product fact sheet summarizes the key features and terms about this credit card.

 Eligibility
Singaporean / PR Eligibility

$30,000 minimum annual income

Non-Singaporean Eligibility

$45,000 minimum annual income

Annual Fee Waiver

2 year fee waiver

Annual Fee (Principal)

$39

Annual Fee (Supplementary)

$19

Annual Interest Rate

24%

 Credit Card Benefits

Cash Back

Good
  • 5% cash rebate at Sheng Siong
  • 3% cash rebate on flights purchased at AirAsia.com
  • 3% cash rebate at Watsons

Grocery

Average
  • Get 5% cash rebate when you shop for your groceries at Sheng Siong.

Petrol

Average
  • Get up to 17.55% savings on petrol at SPC
  • 2% cash rebate on top of existing petrol discount at SPC stations

Entertainment

Average
  • 15% cash rebate with minimum spend of S$30 in single receipt at Cathay Cineplexes
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Used to be my favourite card, but after Carrefour died in Singapore, dosen’t provide much incentive le.. I am still choosing a good cashback card. Considering Manhatten but need to spend $3K per mth for the best rate (which I dun), ONE Card or Citi Dividend.. Confusing!!! =X

Arthur Ong on 14 February 2014

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