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How does the Rewards Cap of 20,000 Rewards Points work for the Prudential Platinum Card?

Can I earn more than 20,000 Rewards Points on my Prudential Platinum Credit Card, how exactly does the rewards cap of 20,000 Rewards Points work for the Prudential Credit Card?

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    The Rewards cap of 20,000 Rewards Points is only applicable to the additional 360° Rewards Points awarded on Qualifying Dining Transactions and Qualifying Foreign Currency Transactions. But once you reach the cap, you may continue to earn 1X Reward Point per S$1 (or its equivalent for spends that are not made in Singapore Dollars, as the case may be) spent on the card on all eligible Prudential Card Transactions. Additional Rewards Points are for all Qualifying Dining Transactions, where you will earn additional 4X Reward Points for every S$1 spent in Singapore Dollars; and for every Qualifying Foreign Currency, you will earn additional 9X Reward Points for every S$1 spent in foreign currency (spends that are not made in Singapore Dollars).

    2019.08.01 4:5

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