Beat the hustle and bustle of daily commute by simply tap and go on buses and trains
If you ever are tired of worrying about your fare card balance at the gantries just like I used to do then this card is for you too. You can now beat the hustle and bustle of daily commute as you can now tap and go on buses and trains. This without a doubt makes your daily commute smoother and helps to ease and take away those worries behind.
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HSBC Premier MasterCard
HSBC Premier Mastercard offers up to 5% cash rebate on grocery, dining, petrol, and transport on everyday spend, both at home and abroad. It helps gaining reward point by giving one reward point for every dollar spent. There is also no annual fee. And who wouldn’t want to travel? Gain travel rewards from planning the trip. Get up to S$60 cashback when applying for supplementary cardholder that can be used by your loved ones.4.255
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HSBC Bank Singapore
HSBC, a bank that came into existence over a simple idea- a local bank catering to international needs, is now one of the largest banking and financial services organizations in the world. HSBC is one the earliest banks to be established in Singapore with its history dating back to 1877 when its founding members' The Hongkong and Shanghai Banking Corporation Limited, inaugurated its first branch on the island. For more than 150 years HSBC has been connecting customers to opportunities, enabling businesses to thrive and helping people to realize their ambitions by offering a comprehensive range of banking and financial services such as Retail Banking and Wealth Management, Commercial Banking, Global Banking and Markets, and Global Private Banking. HSBC today is an integral part of the financial sector of Singapore by serving more than 40 million customers, covering over 65 countries and territories in Europe, Asia, North America, and Latin America. Shares in HSBC Holding plc are held by around 200,000 shareholders in 125 countries or territories and it is listed on the London, Hong Kong, New York, Paris, and Bermuda Stock exchanges.no reviews5