Consistent high spenders (min $2,000 a month) can get the maximum 5% cash rebate on everything. Cashback is not limited to any categories, but you need to spend at least $500 every month in the quarter to get the rebate.
Up to 10%
Cash Back On All Daily Essentials
Rebate Cap per quarter
Min. Spend per month, per quarter
Online Promo
Get $150 cashback with a minimum spend of $1,500 within 30 days from card approval date. Valid for first 50 successful UOB personal credit card applications. Valid from 1 to 7 Mar 2021. T&Cs apply.
Valid until 07 Mar 2021 - See more details below

Are you eligible?

    • Promo is valid from 1 - 7 Mar 2021
    • Applicable for New-to card holders only
    • Customers need to apply through MoneySmart to be eligible

What you need to know

  1. S$150 cashback will be given for the first 50 new UOB cardmembers who successfully apply and make a min spend of S$1,500
  2. Spend must be made on eligible goods and services within 30 days of card approval Valid till 7 March 2021

Quick Facts

Get the maximum value by

If you are not confident of hitting the minimum spend every month without fail, go for the lower maintenance cards

Good for

People who don't mind tracking their expenses to get the max cash back

Categories to maximise this card

All categories. An additional 5% bonus cash back for Grab

What people use it for

Fixed recurring expenses like subscriptions and bills

Get if

You have consistent spending (e.g. S$500 or S$1,000 or S$2,000) and you don't mind tracking your monthly expenses to give you the maximum cash back

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