The 6 Deals of June: Credit Cards, Investing, Free Vouchers and More

It’s been quite a year so far, and we’re almost halfway done. This month has seen deals being updated and upgraded, and here’s an overview of what’s hot. Grab them while it’s still June.

Upgraded: Moomoo adds free NIO share!

Already an excellent deal before, Moomoo has significantly upgraded its sign-up promo: on top of its generous gift of a free Apple share worth approximately S$170, it is now giving an additional NIO share worth approximately S$60! An incredible deal, and you even get 180 days of commission-free trading. Sign up here and deposit S$2,700 for your free Apple share, then complete 5 trades to get your NIO share. It’s free money, and it’s until the end of June. See more details here, and sign up here.

$238 cashback for Bonus$aver account

Rates are really low these days, and this is a great, short-term place to put your funds for a good amount of return.

Free $5 eVoucher for JEM, 313 Somerset, PLQ, or Parkway Parade

Simple, effortless, and just 2 minutes to get $5 to spend:

  1. Download the app
  2. Sign up with referral code odXoC9
  3. Get $5 e-voucher

Upgraded gifts: Amex cards

The perennially useful Amex True Cashback may be beaten out in earn rate by the UOB Absolute, but it does have an attractive sign-up bonus.

Amex
True Cashback

 New to Amex

Receive*:

  • S$100 cash via PayNow

Plus:

  • 3% cashback on first $5,000 of spend

*min spend of S$500 required within 30 days of card approval

Until 4th May 2022

Amex
KrisFlyer

New to Amex

Receive*:

  • Nintendo Switch Lite (worth S$299)
  • Apple AirPods Pro (worth S$379) or
  • S$250 cash via PayNow

Plus:

  • 5,000 KrisFlyer miles upon first successful transaction
  • 7,500 KrisFlyer miles after spending $3,000 in first 3 months

*min spend of S$500 required for two consecutive months from card approval

Until 31st May 2022


Highest Ever $300 for DBS Cards

DBS is offering a generous $300 cashback if you sign up for their cards as a new DBS cardholder and make one qualifying transaction. There isn’t even any minimum spend to get this cashback. It’s the highest-ever offer they have given for a sign-up bonus.

Upsized rewards: Citi cards

Citi has upsized rewards for two of its cards: $549 Sony headphones, or a $529 Oppo smartphone! If you think cash is king, you can also opt for $350 via PayNow.

Citi Cash Back+ Mastercard®

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New to bank*
Choose:

  1. Dyson V8 (worth S$549)
  2. Apple Watch SE (worth S$419)
  3. S$300 S$400 via PayNow!!

Existing customers
$30 via PayNow, no min spend required

Until 24th May 2022
*Minimum spend of S$500 within 30 days of card approval. Terms and conditions apply

Sign-up Process

  1. Optional: fill in contest form for lucky draw
  2. Apply with the link
  3. Important: find SingSaver email and fill in redemption form
  4. Fulfil spend requirements (if applicable) after getting your card

Terms and conditions apply

Gives 1.6% cashback on all eligible transactions.

Citi SMRT

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Citi SMRT has no current promo. If you are new to Citi cards, you should apply for one of the other Citi Cards first before applying for this as your second card.

One of the only high-earn cashback cards with no monthly cap! Gives 5% cashback on online transactions. Read the review here.

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