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Hello everyone, how much percentage of cash rebates can I earn on daily essentials with the new POSB Everyday Card?

Who can tell me the percentage of cash rebates I can earn on daily essentials with the brand new POSB Everyday Card and would these rebates include cash rebates on public transportation?

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    When it comes to your needs for your daily essentials, the brand new POSB Everyday Card is more than sufficient to meet them with more rebates on dining, transport and utilities. Up to 15% cash rebates on Public Transport (Bus/MRT), Parking.sg, Gojek, Ryde and Taxi rides, and Up to 6% cash rebates at SPC, Sheng Siong, Watsons, Starhub, SP Group, Best Electricity, Geneco, iSwitch, Sembcorp Power*NEW* , Tuas Power, Union Power and OHM with no minimum spend required. Furthermore you can use it as an all-in-one card for your daily essentials, MRT/bus rides and ATM cash withdrawals and your cash rebates never expire.

    2019.08.01 5:57

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