Great Deal: Get $300 Cash (or Free AirPods Pro) With StanChart Cards!

March Madness continues, and StanChart is back with $300 cash: highest-ever cash gift it has given. If you missed this the last time, you have about a week to grab this really great deal. You could also opt for AirPods Pro if you’d like, and you have a choice between both gifts if you are a new to Standard Chartered cards (or cancelled your last one more than 12 months ago).

Existing StanChart cardholders get $30 per card instead; not too shabby for a few minutes of work.

Promo details

  1. Sign up for a card with one of the links below and note the application reference number
  2. Important: check your email for a rewards form and fill it up. No form no reward!
  3. Make $300 of qualifying spend within 30 days of card approval
  4. Subscribe to the Telegram to be notified of more deals!

Eligible cards

Annual fees are waived for the first two years with no obligation to continue if you don’t find the cards useful!

StanChart Cards

Offer may be expired. Please click Apply under each card to see the most up to date promo.

StanChart
Unlimited Cashback

New to bank*
Choose one:

  1. Dyson AM07 Tower Fan (worth $499) or
  2. $300 via PayNow

Existing cardholders*
$30 via PayNow

Offer until 4th August 2021
*spend min. $300 within 30 days

StanChart
Rewards+

New to bank*
Choose one:

  1. Dyson AM07 Tower Fan (worth $499) or
  2. $300 via PayNow

Existing cardholders*
$30 via PayNow

Offer until 4th August 2021
*spend min. $300 within 30 days

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1 thought on “Great Deal: Get $300 Cash (or Free AirPods Pro) With StanChart Cards!

  1. Do you know if the exclusion from qualifying spending excludes 6540? Only 6051 seems to be excluded in the TnC.

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