Insane Deal: Get S$500 eCapitaVouchers, Dyson Airwrap Complete, or PlayStation 5!

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New to CIMB, StanChart, and/or Citibank credit cards? You’re in luck. For just 3 days, get insanely upsized deals when you sign up for eligible credit cards from these three banks with the links below.

How insane? You have a choice between Dyson Airwrap Multi-Styler Complete retailing at S$859, or a PlayStation 5 (disc edition) with a usual retail price of S$799! Neither gadget appeals to you? You can also choose a super upsized S$500 in eCapitaVouchers!

If you’ve been watching credit card deals for a while, you’d know these are extremely good offers. And if you haven’t been paying attention – news flash: these are extremely good offers. Perhaps the most insane would be that if you are new to all three banks, you can actually apply for all three and get thrice the rewards!

Promo details

Application date must be within 17th to 6PM 18th November 2023, and make sure you complete the sign-up process of applying for the card and completing the SingSaver rewards redemption form. No form = no choice of reward = no reward.

Steps:

  1. Apply below
  2. Note down the application reference number
  3. Complete the SingSaver rewards redemption form choose your rewards
  4. Complete the minimum spend requirements within the specified period

You need to be a new cardholder to the bank you are applying for. New cardholders are generally defined as not owning one of their cards for at least 12 months prior to the application.

Also note that there are different spend requirements and the minimum spend starts from as low as $250!

Sign up (tap credit card name below)

Eligible Credit CardsRequirement
CIMB Visa Signature

CIMB World Mastercard

CIMB Visa Infinite
Minimum spend of S$988 within 60 days from card approval
StanChart Simply Cash

StanChart Smart

StanChart Rewards+
Simply Cash: Minimum spend of S$500 within 30 days from card approval

Smart, Rewards+: S$250 within 30 days of approval (Rewards+, Smart)
Citi PremierMilesMinimum spend of S$500 within 30 days from card approval

Do check out the terms and conditions when applying for the gifts. It is also prudent to save a copy for your own reference in future. Note that the process of receiving your gifts can take some time. This is because the bank needs to verify the spend requirements and pass the details to SingSaver who will then disburse the rewards.

What to spend on?

You need to meet the minimum spend to qualify for rewards, and note that there are transactions which are excluded. Read the terms and conditions carefully when signing.

Generally, retail transactions like buying stuff or dining out are very safe. Things like bill payments, education expenses and CardUp or ipaymy become a lot iffier.

Do check out this article on what you can spend on to meet the minimum spend:

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This is a mega deal not to be missed. Don’t forget also that you get lucky draw chances when you sign up for the cards with the links above.

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