Upsized: Get S$350 eCapitaVoucher or S$300 Cash With HSBC Credit Cards

Update 14/02/2024: deal has been upsized

For the month of February 2024, get an upsized S$300 eCapitaVoucher sign-up gift when you apply for an eligible HSBC card below and meet the minimum spending! Existing cardholders can also get a sign-up reward.

Promo Details

For new cardholders, you can also choose S$250 cash, although with eCapitaVoucher as readily accepted at so many stores across Singapore, I think the S$300 vouchers option is a better pick. There are also other gifts available and you can take a look below.

Rare for most banks these days, existing cardholders can also get a sign-up promo: S$50 when you spend at least S$1,000 by the end of the following month from card approval. That’s as good as 5% cashback on top of the usual card rewards, so this is also a fantastic deal.

To qualify, sign up for HSBC Revolution, HSBC Advance, or HSBC Platinum Visa with the links below and spend S$500 in eligible transactions by the end of the next month to qualify (existing cardholders need to spend S$1,000). Early in the month is always the best to apply for a HSBC card since you get until the end of the following month to make your spend. Getting your card approved on 4th February means you have until 31st March 2024 to spend which is almost 2 months.

💳 A new HSBC cardholder refers to those who do not currently have a principal HSBC credit card and have not cancelled any in the past 12 months. HSBC Visa Infinite or HSBC TravelOne do not affect your cardholder status. This means that even if you have either HSBC Visa Infinite or TravelOne, you can still count as a new cardholder to HSBC’s other cards.

Refer to the terms and conditions for specific terms.


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HSBC Revolution

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New HSBC Cardholder¹
Choose:

  • Dyson Supersonic™ hair dryer (worth S$699)
  • Sony WF-1000XM5 Wireless Noise Cancelling Headphones (worth S$429)
  • Apple iPad 9th 10.2″ WiFi 64GB (worth S$508.30)
  • S$350 eCapitaVoucher
  • S$300 Cash via PayNow

Existing HSBC Cardholder²

  • S$50 cashback (with S$1,000 min spend)

⚠️ Important – complete all the following steps to be eligible for rewards:

  1. Provide HSBC consent to receive marketing/promotional materials during application
  2. Fill up SingSaver gift redemption form
  3. Make a min. spend of S$500 by the end of the following month from card approval date to be eligible for rewards

Last date to apply: 10th March 2024

For quick reference only; refer to terms and conditions for exact terms and save a copy for future reference:

  1. Terms and conditions
  2. Terms and conditions (existing cardholder)

Get 10X points on eligible Paywave and online transactions. Annual fee waived for life. Tap here for the review

HSBC
Advance

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New HSBC Cardholder¹
Choose:

  • Dyson Supersonic™ hair dryer (worth S$699)
  • Sony WF-1000XM5 Wireless Noise Cancelling Headphones (worth S$429)
  • Apple iPad 9th 10.2″ WiFi 64GB (worth S$508.30)
  • S$350 eCapitaVoucher
  • S$300 Cash via PayNow

Existing HSBC Cardholder²

  • S$50 cashback (with S$1,000 min spend)

⚠️ Important – complete all the following steps to be eligible for rewards:

  1. Provide HSBC consent to receive marketing/promotional materials during application
  2. Fill up SingSaver gift redemption form
  3. Make a min. spend of S$500 by the end of the following month from card approval date to be eligible for rewards

Last date to apply: 10th March 2024

For quick reference only; refer to terms and conditions for exact terms and save a copy for future reference:

  1. Terms and conditions
  2. Terms and conditions (existing cardholder)

Get up to 3.5% cashback on eligible transactions

HSBC Platinum Visa

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New HSBC Cardholder¹
Choose:

  • Dyson Supersonic™ hair dryer (worth S$699)
  • Sony WF-1000XM5 Wireless Noise Cancelling Headphones (worth S$429)
  • Apple iPad 9th 10.2″ WiFi 64GB (worth S$508.30)
  • S$350 eCapitaVoucher
  • S$300 Cash via PayNow

Existing HSBC Cardholder²

  • S$50 cashback (with S$1,000 min spend)

⚠️ Important – complete all the following steps to be eligible for rewards:

  1. Provide HSBC consent to receive marketing/promotional materials during application
  2. Fill up SingSaver gift redemption form
  3. Make a min. spend of S$500 by the end of the following month from card approval date to be eligible for rewards

Last date to apply: 10th March 2024

For quick reference only; refer to terms and conditions for exact terms and save a copy for future reference:

  1. Terms and conditions
  2. Terms and conditions (existing cardholder)

5% cash rebate on dining, groceries, and fuel

HSBC TravelOne

Remember to complete all requirements for your reward!

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New or existing HSBC Cardholders
Get:

  • 20,000 miles (given as 50,000 Rewards points)

⚠️ Important – complete all the following steps to be eligible for rewards:

  1. Provide HSBC consent to receive marketing/promotional materials during application
  2. Fill up the SingSaver redemption form
  3. Pay annual fee of S$196.20 (inclusive of 9% GST)
  4. Make a min spend of S$1,000 by end of the following calendar month from the card account opening to be eligible for the reward

Last date to apply: 30th June 2024

For quick reference only; refer to terms and conditions for exact terms:

  1. HSBC terms and conditions (Valid till 30th June 2024)

Get 4 complimentary lounge visits via DragonPass. Full review

HSBC TravelOne is quite different

When it comes to HSBC credit cards, there exists what I call a “two banks” system. Usually, when you sign up for a card from a certain bank, you will be considered an existing cardholder to that bank and hence not qualify for new cardholder rewards.

HSBC, however, treats HSBC TravelOne (and HSBC Visa Infinite) differently. The gist of it is that HSBC Visa Infinite and HSBC TravelOne do not affect your new-to-bank status for other HSBC credit cards and vice versa. Just like how having a StanChart card doesn’t affect your welcome rewards, when you sign up for a Citibank card, you can see it as if you are signing up for cards from two different banks:

“Bank A”“Bank B”
HSBC Advance
HSBC Revolution
HSBC Visa Platinum
Other HSBC credit cards
HSBC Visa Infinite
HSBC TravelOne

So if you have an HSBC Advance, you can still apply for HSBC TravelOne’s sign-up reward of 20,000 miles with annual fee payment. If you have HSBC TravelOne, the reverse is also true and you can sign up for HSBC Advance as a new cardholder. See SingSaver’s and HSBC’s terms and conditions for more details.

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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