Free iPad(s), S$500 Cashback, S$350 eCapitaVouchers – What’s Going On?

I know it’s has become a thing for deals to be hyped as “insane” or “crazy” but I’ll let the deals speak for themselves this month – THREE sign-up offers feature an iPad, with one offering a choice of S$350 eCapitaVouchers if you wish, and one more that is giving five hundred dollars of cashback (yes, S$500),

Is there some inter-bank competition going on now to procure the most customers regardless of cost? It certainly seems like it.

Free iPad or S$320: CIMB credit cards

Now it’s not S$500, but a free iPad is pretty close. Alternatively, you could opt for S$320 of cash via PayNow when you sign up for an eligible CIMB credit card as a new cardholder and meet the spend requirement.

There are 3 CIMB cards to choose from and each has its merits so I’ll direct you to a post I wrote earlier for you to make your decision:

Free iPad or S$350 eCapitaVoucher: OCBC credit cards

Haven’t gotten your OCBC card or cancelled it more than 6 months ago? Sign up for the OCBC 365 card and get a choice between a free iPad or S$350 eCapitaVoucher!

OCBC 365

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New OCBC Cardholders


  • Travel Bundle [Samsonite Volant Spinner 68/25 EXP + 2x Apple AirTag] (worth S$570.80)
  • Apple AirPods (Generation 3) with Magsafe Charging Case (worth S$274)
  • S$250 Cash via PayNow

Charge at least S$500 within 30 days from card approval

⚠️ Fill up SingSaver rewards form in email to choose your gift. No form completed = no reward given

Last date to apply: 15th February 2024

Plus: enjoy 3x chance to win your share of up to S$200,000 in prizes in 101 Milestone Giveaway

Terms and conditions:

  1. Tap here (save a copy for your own reference)
Sign-up Process

  1. Apply with the link
  2. Important: find SingSaver email and fill in redemption form after application; no form no reward
  3. Promo code field can be left blank
  4. Fulfil requirements as stated in terms and conditions

Credit card terms and conditions
Banking account terms and conditions
Priority banking terms and conditions

Get between 3 to 6% cashback on groceries, petrol, dining etc.

Free iPad: Citi PremierMiles

Another free iPad? Why not? Get it with the Citi PremierMiles card via SingSaver. Or you can also consider direct-from-Citi promos where you get miles, points or cashback depending on the card you sign up for.

Don’t forget to also get the Citi Prestige card after you have gotten your first Citi card. Citi Prestige has been a great card for my travels and I have used it to great effect since getting it last year.

The Singsaver Citi PremierMiles promo is slated to end 17th September 2023, although it tends to be extended. No promises though. Extended to 1st October 2023.

Citi PremierMiles

Please note there are different promos so select carefully:

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Citi Promo:

  • Citi PremierMiles: 30,000 miles
  • Citi Prestige: 125,000 points and more
  • Citi Rewards: 40,000 points
  • Citi Cash Back: S$300 cashback
  • Citi SMRT: S$300 cashback
  • Tap here to see Citi promos

Last day to apply: 30th April 2024

SingSaver Promo:

First 500 eligible applications from 9AM 9th April 2024, choose:

  • PS5 Slim (Disc Edition, retailing for S$799)
  • Dyson Airwrap(retailing for S$859)
  • S$500 in eCapitaVouchers!

501st eligible applications onwards, choose:

  • Apple iPad 10th Gen WiFi 64GB (retailing S$691.60)
  • Dyson Supersonic (retailing S$699)
  • S$400 eCapitaVoucher
  • S$300 cash via PayNow

Last day to apply: 30th April 2024
⚠️ Fill out SingSaver Rewards Redemption Form after application. No form = no reward
Terms and conditions apply

Get 1.2 mpd on eligible transactions. Get free Priority Pass membership which grants 2 complimentary lounge visits a year!

Lendlease S$5 + S$5

Oh hey it’s me again here to tell you to grab your S$5 Lendlease voucher while it lasts. It’s a mere S$5, yes, but it also takes you a literal minute, and the reward is instant. In a world where it still sadly takes a while for an iPad to be delivered to you, wouldn’t you want the instant gratification of a free bubble tea?

Just 1 minute:

  1. Download the app
  2. Sign up with referral code odXoC9 (tap to copy)
  3. Get 20,000 Plus$ (worth S$10)

Unbeatable: S$500 with StanChart Simply Cash

StanChart released its S$500 sign-up offer quietly on Tuesday. So quietly in fact, I think it almost went unnoticed until I saw it, rubbed my eyes and thought someone made a mistake.

It’s no error, however, and the deal is as legit as it comes – direct from the bank, even – and I’m quite happy to have broke the news first before other sites/channels started posting about it (with the classier people crediting me as the source 😉). Just cut the middleman and stay subscribed for the best deals and updates.

Last date to apply is 21st September 2023 (and it might be entirely likely they end it early). See more details below:

Stay subscribed for more

Remember to stay subscribed to the Telegram for more great deals and having more subscribers on the channel also means I am able to get more product providers to offer even better and more exclusive deals for everyone. (You could also subscribe to the WhatsApp channel or email if that’s your thing, but really you should turn on the notifications or there is no point.)

Let’s see what the rest of September has in store for us!

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