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How do I get to know if I have fully utilized the OCBC 365 credit card for cashback? Any tip or hack to save while earning the $80 cashback rebate?

Just curious to know if I have fully utilized the OCBC 365 credit card for cashback? And would there be any tip or hack to save while earning the cashback rebate?

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