POSB Everyday Card offers families and average spenders a convenient way to earn cashback for diversified spend
POSB Everyday Card offers families and average spenders a convenient way to earn cashback for diversified spend. Consumers earn rebates on dining, groceries, petrol, health and wellness, transport, and even recurring bills which are often excluded from cashback rates. Although some rates apply only to specific merchants, they are mostly big brands offering up to 20.1% petrol savings with SPC, 15% rebate with Parking.sg, 5% with Gojek, Ryde, & Comfort del Gro, 5% at Sheng Siong, and 3% on wellness products at Watsons. Consumers also earn 1% cash rebate on recurring bills with select merchants, but earnings are capped at just S$1 per month, which is quite low.
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POSB Everyday Card
POSB Everyday Card offers you up to 15% cash rebates for everyday essentials. POSB Everyday provides great benefits that will surely make you enjoy your spending. You can be fooled by its looks but don't be, it’s actually one of the best cashback credit cards for cash rebates at Sheng Siong, Watsons and SPC petrol kiosks.6 reviews
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