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Does anyone use the DBS Takashimaya Card, can you highlight on its unique privileges?

I am a student who works part time as a freelancer. I want to get the DBS Takashimaya Card and would like to know of the Privileges the DBS Takashimaya card can fetch me at Takashimaya Department Stores or another for that matter?

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    The DBS Takashimaya Visa Card indeed has some thrilling privileges I can point out to you. You can grab the 5% shopping voucher rebate earning two Takashimaya Bonus Points with every S$12 charged while you can redeem S$30 worth of Takashimaya Gift Vouchers with every 100 Takashimaya Bonus Points. You can enjoy 0.5% voucher rebates on all your card spend were all your shopping, dining and other card spend can now be turned into voucher rebates to offset your shopping at Takashimaya Department Store. And if you ever get to travel out of Singapore you can enjoy up to 5% discount+ at Takashimaya Japan, Takashimaya Shanghai (China), Takashimaya Siam (Thailand) and Takashimaya Ho Chi Minh (Vietnam) with Hassle-free payment with Visa payWave by simply wave to make payment with no signature required.

    2019.08.01 3:39

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