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|CIMB Credit Card||Min. Income||Cashback Benefits|
|CIMB Visa Signature Card||S$30,000||10% cash back on Beauty & Wellness, Online Shopping, Groceries|
|CIMB Platinum Mastercard||S$30,000||10% cash back on Wine & Dine, Petrol & Transport, Travel|
|CIMB World Mastercard||S$50,000||2% unlimited cash back on Wine & Dine, Entertainment & Recreation, Automobile and DFS purchases|
|CIMB Visa Infinite Card||S$120,000||2% unlimited cash back on Travel, Overseas & Online Spend in Foreign Currency|
If you’re looking at CIMB’s cashback credit cards, chances are, you might already have shortlisted one or two in mind. But if you are still stumped by the choices, you can choose the best cash back credit card by process of elimination, using these 3 considerations.
CIMB’s 2 most popular credit cards are very similar, and it can be tough to decide between them. Both credit cards have a low (S$30,000) income requirement, offer 10% cashback on selected categories (capped at S$20 per category), with a minimum monthly spending requirement of S$800. The key difference is in the bonus cashback categories.
Yes you can, but only if you are a relatively high income earner. CIMB actually has 2 unlimited cashback credit cards - CIMB World Mastercard and CIMB Visa Infinite Card - but they are open only to those earning at least S$50,000 per annum. Here’s the lowdown on each unlimited cashback credit card.