Cashback on Dining, Groceries & Grab
Citibank Cash Back Card is one of the best cashback credit cards in Singapore with 8% rebates for dining, groceries, and petrol if you consistently spend around S$300 per category each month. The rebates earned will automatically be credited as cashback, which is great for those looking for a fuss-free card.
8%
Cash Back on Dining, Groceries & Petrol
S$25
Cash Back Cap per category, per month
S$888
Min. Spend per month
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Valid until 31 Oct 2020 - See T&Cs below

Are you eligible?

    • Promotion is valid from 22-Oct-2020 to 31-Oct-2020
    • Promotion is applicable to New-To Card Holders only
    • Customers need to apply through MoneySmart to be eligible

What you need to know

  1. Applicants must complete the MoneySmart Redemption + Survey Form by 31-Oct-2020 23:59SGT
  2. Make one eligible transaction within 60 days of the account being opened
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Quick Facts

Get the maximum value by

Spending around S$300 across dining, groceries, and petrol each month, or at least S$888 total per month to get maximum rebates

Good for

Individuals who mostly spend on dining, groceries, and petrol, and are in the habit of tracking their expenditure closely

Categories to maximise this card

Groceries, Petrol, and Dining

What people use it for

Daily household expenditure

Get if

You spend in these 3 categories consistently, totalling to at least S$888 per month

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