Hot Deals to Get Over CNY: Last Call For HSBC Promo, New Gifts for Citi Promo, No Min Spend for StanChart and More!

This is our post-lockdown Chinese New Year, and what a long weekend it is. Even while you’re busy hunting for your Huat Pals ingot, take some time to grab wonderful gifts and ang pows for yourself and family with these very good deals!

Please note that there is a waiting time before gifts are given, and it can take a few months for some promos. Do also download a copy of the terms and conditions for your own future reference.

Last day for HSBC promo extended

HSBC’s S$300 sign-up offer is going away, and today is the last day to sign up for this reward. Promo extended till 31st January 2023.

HSBC offers have been rare lately, so don’t miss the chance to get the very versatile HSBC Revolution along with an attractive sign-up offer:

New gifts for Citi: Dyson SuperSonic or Nintendo Switch OLED

Citi has switched up the sign-up gifts, and there are plenty to choose from. You can opt for Citi’s deal which is great for bonus miles on sign up, or SingSaver’s promo which has cool gifts to pick from. You can now choose between Dyson SuperSonic, Nintendo Switch OLED,

CardCiti Promo
Citi PremierMilesUp to 30,000 bonus Citi miles
Citi Rewards Card40,000 bonus ThankYou Points
(16,000 miles)
Citi Cash BackS$300 cash back
Citi Cash Back+10% cashback
Citi SMRT CardS$300 cash back
Citi Prestige Card177,500 Citi ThankYou Points 
(71,000 miles)
(also applicable for existing Citi Cardholders!)

Citi Cashback is an awesome card that you should definitely get for your grocery needs. Or pick from one of the other Citi cards here, and I’ve written reviews for most of the better cards.

Citi Cash Back

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 9th Gen 10.2 Wifi 64GB (worth S$508.30)
  • Dyson Supersonic (worth S$699)
  • Dyson V8 Slim Fluffy (worth S$509)
  • 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 8% cashback on private commute and petrol, as well as 6% on groceries and dining! Read the review here

Grab these great deals and more

There are also other great card deals happening this month. Citi Prestige’s excellent promo is ending this month, so do grab it if you qualify.

DBS Yuu card’s offer was recently extended, and even existing cardholders get some rewards for signing up.

Finally, StanChart’s fuss-free S$320 offer with no minimum spend required is an easy way to get cashback, and some have reported getting it mere days after applying for their card.

CardUp CNY Promo

CardUp’s upsized promo for CNY also lets you get your first two transactions heavily discounted. Pay for your bills and other stuff with CardUp to earn more cashback and miles:

Full list of card promos

Last updated: 15th April 2024

Super Upsized Reward: fastest 10 applicants at each time slot of 12PM, 3PM, or 6PM get upgraded gift of iPad or iPhone! Tap here for details; from 13th to 18th March 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$400 eCapitaVoucher
30th April 2024Citi or SingSaver
🔥💳Citi PrestigeGet 50,000 miles, even for existing Citi cardholders31st May 2024Works even for existing Citi cardholders. Great deal offsets annual fees; useful features.Citi
🔥Maybank CardsS$200 cashback, suitcases, AirPods, or 10,000 milesOngoingMaybank
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DBS CardsDBS yuu: $388 cashback

DBS Vantage: 85,000 bonus miles

DBS Altitude: 43,400 bonus miles 

DBS Takashimaya:
S$150 cashback
30th April 2024Many DBS promos work even for existing DBS cardholders!DBS
CIMB CardsS$280 cash via PayNow30th April 2024SingSaver
🔥StanChartStanChart Simply Cash: get up to S$420 or iPad + S$90 eCapitaVouchers!

StanChart Journey: 45,000 miles + S$120 cash / Dyson Fan + up to S$40 bonus eCapitaVoucher
30th April 2024StanChart + SingSaver
🔥💳HSBC CardsS$350 eCapitaVoucher or gadgets14th May 2024Existing HSBC cardholders get some rewards too!HSBC
🔥UOB CardsUp to 31,000 Miles!30th April 2024UOB
Amex CardsAmex True Cashback: S$200!

Amex Platinum Charge: up to 140,000 points
21st April 2024Amex/SingSaver
🔥Kris+$5
Multiple promos happening in-app
OngoingWallet app with great promos and extra rewards
No income requirement
Direct
Big PayS$5 cashbackOngoingWallet app; no income requirementDirect
iChangeS$5OngoingMulti-currency wallet app
No income requirement
YouTripS$5OngoingMulti-currency wallet app
No income requirement
Direct
🔥Instarem Amaze325 points (S$3.25)OngoingDirect
For quick reference only. Please check respective terms and conditions for full details.

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