Are yuu Ready?! DBS yuu 18% Earn Rate Extended Until 29th February 2024

Thanks to rockhaus from the Telegram chat, we now know that DBS yuu’s really generous 18% rebate earn rate is being extended beyond 30th September 2023. The new end date to the promotional earn rate is now 29th February 2024 – a 5-month extension!

Confirmed: voucher purchase earns 17.5% rebates

Multiple data points have confirmed that vouchers earn 17.5% rebates with DBS yuu if you hit S$600 of spend within the month. While you will not get the 1X yuu point from the yuu app, DBS yuu will award 9X points a few days after your voucher purchase, and a further 26X points about 2 months later.

This makes a total of 35X yuu points, which is worth at least 17.5% in rebates when you offset your purchases at yuu merchants.

Confirmed: Singtel bill payment via kiosk earns 17.5%

If you are making payment via Singtel kiosks (search Singtel’s website for a list of locations) with DBS yuu card, you will also get the same 9X points a few days after the transaction, and 26X points about 2 months later. This is again a whopping 17.5% rebates on your Singtel bill.

Own the American Express variant of DBS yuu? Some Singtel kiosks accept American Express! From my observation, kiosks at official Singtel shops such as the one at Comcentre and Jurong Point accept American Express payment, while those at Singtel resellers like the Singtel outlet at Raffles City will only accept Visa/Mastercard.

Sign-up promo

Note that DBS has flash deals from time to time, so stay subscribed for updates on that. Alternatively, you may want to sign up now since the rebates are so generous, the opportunity cost of waiting can be quite significant.


promo code 388CASH

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New DBS/POSB cardholders

Get S$388 cashback¹ when you:

  • Apply for DBS yuu (either American Express or Visa) with promo code 388CASH
  • Make a min spend of S$800 within 60 days from card approval

Plus: S$30 vouchers if Team Cashback wins!

Existing DBS/POSB cardholders

Get S$60 cashback² when you:

  • Apply for for DBS yuu American Express (no promo code required)
  • Make a min spend of S$300 within 30 days from card approval

Last date to sign up: 15th July 2024

Terms and conditions (save a copy for future reference):

  1. New cardholder promo
  2. Existing cardholder

Get staggering 4.5% with no minimum spend, or 17.5% with S$600 eligible spend with a month! Staggering earn rate with few conditions required. Watch the review

How to effectively use yuu points?

yuu points can be redeemed at 0.5 cents per point when you offset your purchases at yuu merchants, but I don’t think that’s the best use of your yuu points.

Look through your yuu app instead; there are often gems here and there you can redeem using your yuu points to increase the value of each point. I made a video of me looking through the redemption catalog and also how I’m planning to use my points:

Is DBS yuu the Cashback Card of the Year already?

With good sign-up promos and its very generous earn rate and GoJek added as a new yuu partner, DBS yuu Card has been a really strong contender for Cashback Card of the Year. With this extension, I’m not sure who even comes close.

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