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 = 5X Points
on Overseas Foreign Currency Spend
S$1 = 1X Point
on All Other Spend
S$50 = 17,500 Points
Redeem for Vouchers at Selected Malls
MoneySmart Exclusive

Apply and spend S$350 monthly for 2 consecutive months to get an Ogawa Mobile Shiatsu Lite Portable Back Massager (worth S$128) PLUS receive a Samsonite Harts Spinner 68/25 worth S$550 (First 4,500 applicants) or S$100 Cash Credit (4,501 applicant onwards). T&Cs Apply.

Valid until 15 Aug 2022 - See more details below

Are you eligible?

    • Promotion is valid from 03-Aug-2022 till 15-Aug-2022

    • Applicable for New-to Maybank Cardmembers only

    • Customers need to apply through MoneySmart to be eligible

What you need to know

  1. Make S$350 worth of eligible transactions for the first two consecutive months.

  2. Please remember to login to your user profile to submit your claim.

  3. Gift Options: Ogawa Mobile Shiatsu Lite Portable Back Massager (worth S$128)

T&Cs
FAQ
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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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