- on All Spend when you open a SCB Current Account
- S$1 = 2X Points
- on All Other Spend
- S$1 = 1X Point
- Rewards to Miles Conversion
- 1 Point = 0.4 Miles
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|Rewards Credit card||Bonus rewards||Spending categories|
|Citibank Rewards Card||10X ($1 = 4 miles)||Online shopping (excluding travel)|
|UOB Lady’s Card||10X ($1 = 4 miles)||1 category of your choice (beauty, fashion, dining, family, travel, transport, entertainment)|
|UOB Preferred Platinum Card||10X ($1 = 4 miles)||Online shopping, entertainment + contactless payment|
|HSBC Revolution Card||5X ($1 = 2 miles)||Online spending, dining, entertainment|
|DBS Woman’s Card||5X ($1 = 2 miles)||All online spending including travel|
|OCBC Titanium Rewards Card||10X ($1 = 4 miles)||Major online shopping sites, department stores, fashion, electronics, kidswear|
|Standard Chartered Rewards+ Card||10X ($1 = 2.9 miles)||Foreign currency spending|
Rewards cards are the most suitable for people who don’t want to spend too much time tracking expenditure in order to maximise for cashback or air miles.
You simply choose the right rewards card, spend as you would normally and accumulate points to be redeemed for gifts and vouchers at the end of a certain period.
Usually, the rewards are quite wide-ranging. At the very least, every catalogue will allow you to redeem NTUC or Capitaland vouchers, which are basically pseudo-cash for many Singaporeans.
Decided to get one? Just take note of the expenditure cap and any minimum spend and check back once in a while as reward points do expire!