Card proves an exceptional fit for those with a high volume of spend on daily essentials
While POSB Everyday Card is very versatile, category rewards rates may still be lower than some competitors. For instance some offer 10% cashback on dining, transport, medical spend and more, and OCBC 365 Card offers 3% cashback on recurring telco and electricity bills. Nonetheless, POSB Everyday Card often offers promotional rates in key categories like dining and transport that boost the card's value significantly. Overall, POSB Everyday Card proves an exceptional fit for those with a high volume of spend on daily essentials. While the annual fee of S$192.6 is waived for only the first year, the broad range of cashback opportunities allow average consumers to quickly recoup this cost while continuing to earn rewards.
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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.45
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