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What is STACK as offered by the OCBC VOYAGE Card?

Does STACK offered by the OCBC VOYAGE Card have its own STACK Rewards Points exclusively?

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    STACK is a multi-partner loyalty platform that brings all your rewards points together, on a single platform that is powered by OCBC. It makes it feasible for you to add the different participating rewards partner programmes to a single portal (STACK). Via this portal (STACK), you can keep track of all your multiple passwords, rewards points balances, expiry dates and redemption history. Essentially with STACK, you decide for yourself which rewards points you want to combine and convert. You have the flexibility to combine different rewards points from various rewards programmes to your programme of choice with a simple click. Rewards Points are converted in real-time and can be easily tracked via the portal (STACK). On top of rewards points, you should know that STACK has its very own STACK Marketplace which provides you with exclusive access to an exciting catalogue of deals and rewards. Payment by rewards points or a valid credit or debit card is accepted. The rewards points that you can use on STACK are the points issued by these participating rewards programmes and are limited to those that you have added to your STACK account.

    2019.08.01 5:48

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