One of the highest earn rates at 3.2 miles per dollar on local dining, petrol, taxi and Grab, with minimum spend of $300 a month. Annual fee waived for 3 years.
S$1 = 8X Points
on Dining, Petrol, Taxi and Hotel Bookings at Agoda
S$1 = 5X Points
on Air Tickets, Travel Packages and Foreign Currency Spend
1 Point = 0.5 miles
Rewards to Miles Conversion for Selected Airline Partners
Online Promo
Receive a Garmin vivomove Style worth S$469 (Valid for the first 2,000 applicants only).  Subsequent Qualifying Applicants will be rewarded with S$100 cash credit to be credited to their activated Eligible Card accounts. Valid till 31st of Oct. TNCs Apply.
Valid until 31 Oct 2021 - See more details below

Are you eligible?

    • Promo is valid till the 31st of October 2021
    • Promotion valid only for new Maybank cardmembers

    • Apply for a Maybank Credit Card and a CreditAble Account to be eligible

What you need to know

  1. A min. spend of S$300 per month for 2 consecutive months is required-Aggregate amount from Credit card and/or Creditable

  2. Fulfilment is done by Maybank, Bank T&Cs apply
T&Cs

Quick Facts

Get the maximum value by

Using this card as a primary local credit card to pay for local dining (especially group dining), petrol and Grab/taxis

Good for

People who spend a lot on dining and want to earn more miles from it.

Categories to maximise this card

Local dining, Petrol, Taxi and Grab.

What people use it for

Local dining, Local transport and Travel expenses.

Get if

You spend a lot of money on local dining every month.

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