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Browsing: Credit Cards
With up to 5% cash rebate on all spends, the UOB One Card is a generous rebate card. How do you make full use of it?
Need a miles card for dining, petrol or taxis? The Maybank Horizon Visa Signature Card could be the one. Read this review for more.
If your idea of shopping is going to a store and trying things out, then here are the best shopping credit cards in Singapore.
5% cash rebates. No minimum spends. No rebate caps. Great shopping experience at Robinsons. Discounts at Zara. Read our review here.
Experiences can’t be bought, but with a credit card like DBS’ Insignia Visa Infinite Card, unique experiences may just be one of the many luxurious perks!
With a higher than average miles earning rate, the BOC Elite Miles World Mastercard might just be the best travel credit card for general spends!
While shopping overseas, should you pay in SGD or the local currency? The wrong one choice can cost you up to 5% worth of fees!
Citibank calls this credit card the “best cash back card in town”, but is it just savvy marketing or does it truly deserve our attention and an instant application? Let’s find out.
OCBC 365 Credit Card promises cashback throughout the year. But how does it fare against other cards in Singapore? Read to know more.
Credit card annual fees – there are some instances when you can consider paying the annual fee. It might even be worthwhile doing so.
We take a closer look at the POSB Everyday Card to see if it lives up to its name as a card for everyday essentials.
Divide your purchases into instalments and earn up to 1% cash rebate on your monthly bill. It truly is the best of both worlds!
Looking to travel in style? Then the Citi Prestige Card may be for you. Let’s see if this card is true to its name.
Is it worthwhile to spend your time and money on the OCBC Voyage Card? We review the card on our blog.