April Deals: Days Left For Some Deals

April started off pretty quiet, but it’s shaping up to be a great month for deals. A few of the deals are expiring in a few days so get them fast.

DBS Yuu Card becomes super good, DBS Vantage offers more miles

This was entirely unexpected – not only did DBS Yuu card become such a great card that even miles people are switching to cashback, the deal has been upsized until 26th April 2023 with an easier spend requirement.

Concurrently, DBS Vantage is also on a flash deal until 26th April, offering more miles for its sign-up promo, and you can find more details below.

Both deals are even open to existing DBS/POSB cardholders, so get them before the deals end in a few days. DBS has been very generous with existing DBS/POSB cardholders and you can view their other deals here.

Get S$270 without minimum spend

StanChart is offering S$270 for two of its popular credit cards, and there is no minimum spend required. Just sign up and make 1 eligible transaction of any amount and score yourself S$270 directly from the bank.

Citi also has a sign-up promo for Citi SMRT card, something that hasn’t been very actively promoted in a while. It’s a pity too, because a recent comment on my YouTube video called it a “god-tier card”, and I can’t say I disagree. Also check out bonus miles for Citi PremierMiles if you’re more into the miles game.

Flash deal: get Apple Watch SE With Tiger Brokers

2 lucky applicants of Tiger Brokers each day will walk away with an Apple Watch SE for signing up for Tiger Brokers and funding any amount! By lucky, I mean fastest, so you have to be the quickest to complete the sign-up process to be one of the winners. There will be 2 winners each day until 26th April 2023 inclusive.

Tiger Brokers

Until 11.59PM 2nd May 2024

1Apply for a Tiger Brokers Account and fill up SingSaver form (use your Tiger Broker account ID for application reference number)SingSaver: ⚠️ No form no reward!

Tiger Brokers: get US$6 voucher
2First deposit of at least US$1,000SingSaver: Choice of Apple AirPods 3rd Gen with MagSafe charging case (retailing S$274) or S$160 Cash via PayNow
3aFund your newly approved account and accumulate deposits of S$1,000 or more within the promotion period, maintain your assets for 30 days, and complete 3 new buy tradesTiger Brokers: Receive 1 sure-win lucky draw of shares worth US$20 to US$600

(At least US$20!)
3bFund your newly approved account and accumulate deposits of S$5,000 or more within the promotion period, maintain your assets for 30 days, and complete 5 new buy trades Tiger Brokers: Receive 3 sure-win lucky draw of shares worth US$20 to US$600 each

(At least US$60!)
3cFund your newly approved account and accumulate deposits of S$10,000 or more within the promotion period, maintain your assets for 30 days, and complete 5 new buy tradesTiger Brokers: Receive 6 sure-win lucky draw of shares worth US$20 to US$600 each

(At least US$120!)
1. SingSaver promo: Tap here for terms and conditions
2. Tiger Brokers promo: Tap here for terms and conditions

Last updated 18th April 2024

Other deals

Let’s not forget getting the Citi Prestige promo which also works if you’re an existing Citi cardholder!

HSBC Revolution is also having an upsized deal until 1st May 2023:

Last updated: 1st July 2024

🔥 Great deal
💳 Sign-up gifts for existing bank customers

CardsRewardsEndingRemarksReward Provider
🔥Citi CardsGet miles or S$300 cashback! Or choose between gadgets or S$350 S$450 eCapitaVouchers

Option for Rewards Upgrade
7th July 2024Citi or SingSaver
🔥💳Citi PrestigeGet 50,000 miles, even for existing Citi cardholders30th September 2024Works even for existing Citi cardholders. Great deal offsets annual fees; useful features.Citi
🔥Maybank CardsS$200 cashback, suitcases, AirPods, or 10,000 milesOngoingMaybank
DBS CardsDBS yuu: $388 cashback

DBS Vantage: 85,000 bonus miles

DBS Altitude: 43,400 bonus miles 

DBS Takashimaya:
S$150 cashback
15th July 2024Many DBS promos work even for existing DBS cardholders!DBS
CIMB CardsStay subscribed for updatesN/ASingSaver
🔥StanChartHot S$500 promo4th July 2024StanChart
🔥💳HSBC CardsTravelOne: S$400 eCapitaVoucher or gadgets

Live+: Choice of S$300 voucher or gadget. Plus bonus S$100 cashback!

Option for Rewards Upgrade
21st July 2024Existing HSBC cardholders get some rewards too!SingSaver + HSBC
🔥OCBC CardsTravel Bundle [Samsonite Volant Spinner 68/25 EXP + Apple AirTag] (retailing for S$525.40) or
S$220 eCapitaVoucher or other choices
14th July 2024Lucky draw for Jay Chou ticketsSingSaver + OCBC
🔥UOB CardsUp to 31,000 Miles!30th June 2024UOB
Amex CardsAmex True Cashback: S$150!

Amex Platinum Charge: up to 140,000 points
15th July 2024Amex/SingSaver
Multiple promos happening in-app
OngoingWallet app with great promos and extra rewards
No income requirement
Big PayS$5 cashbackOngoingWallet app; no income requirementDirect
iChangeS$5OngoingMulti-currency wallet app
No income requirement
YouTripS$5OngoingMulti-currency wallet app
No income requirement
🔥Instarem Amaze325 points (S$3.25)OngoingMulti-currency wallet app
No income requirement
For quick reference only. Please check respective terms and conditions for full details.

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