Earn up to 2.4 miles | Enjoy Instant Approval*
S$1 = 1.2 miles
on Local Spend
S$1 = 2.4 Miles
on Foreign Currency Spend
Travel Insurance coverage, Airport Lounge visits
MoneySmart Exclusive
Get up to 20,000 Miles (in the form of 50,000 Reward points) when you successfully apply for the HSBC TravelOne Credit Card, pay the Annual Fee of S$194.40 (including GST), spend a min. of S$1,000 in qualifying transactions and provide marketing consent when you apply! T&Cs apply.
OR choose to waive your first-year Annual Fee upon sign up with no welcome gift awarded.

*Plus Instantly Activate Your Virtual Card for Google Pay and Apple Pay Shopping! T&Cs apply.
Valid until 31 Dec 2023 - See more details below

Are you eligible?

    • Annual fee payment, meeting the spend criteria and marketing consent are prerequisites for welcome gift. T&Cs apply.
    • Valid for new and existing HSBC credit cardholders (Except existing HSBC TravelOne cardholders)
    • Provide HSBC consent to receive Marketing & Promotional materials from HSBC when signing up for the credit card

What you need to know

  1. Pay the Annual Fee of S$194.40 (inclusive of GST)
  2. Charge a min. of S$1,000 in Qualifying Transactions within 1 month from Card Account Opening Date

Quick Facts

Good for

Instant Rewards Redemption

Categories to maximise this card


What people use it for

Frequent travellers who are looking for more flexibility & choices in redeeming miles and good earn rate

Get if

You are looking for a miles credit card with high earn rate and fast redemption

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