Get up to 6 Miles per S$1
Live the life you want. You can choose your preferred 15X rewards category: Travel, Dining, Beauty & Wellness, Family, Fashion, Transport, Entertainment, with no minimum spend. Feel free to change your preferred category every quarter.
S$5 = 1X UNI$ (or 2 miles)
Base Earn Rate
S$5 = 15X UNI$ (or 30 miles)
Category of Choice
S$0
Min. Spend
Online Promo
Get up to S$350 Grab Vouchers from UOB when you are the first 200 new-to-UOB customers who successfully apply for an eligible UOB Credit Card and spend a min. of S$1,000 per month, for 2 consecutive months from the card approval date. T&Cs apply.
Valid until 29 Feb 2024 - See more details below

Are you eligible?

    • Valid for new-to-UOB credit card customers only.
    • S$350 Grab Vouchers are limited to the first 200 new-to-UOB Credit Card customers who apply for an eligible UOB Card

What you need to know

  1. For Grab Vouchers: apply for a UOB One Card and spend a min. of S$1000 for 2 consecutive months from card approval date.
T&Cs

Quick Facts

Get the maximum value by

Choosing the right rewards category(ies) that earns you the most

Good for

Individuals who spend consistently and know which category to maximize their 15X UNI$ for every S$5 spent1 (equivalent to 6 miles per S$1)

Categories to maximise this card

Beauty, dining, entertainment, groceries, fashion, transport, travel

What people use it for

A credit card to maximize spending in specific categories; to accumulate rewards points or air miles

Get if

You spend consistently in specific categories; enjoy accumulating and redeeming points and miles

All Details

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