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Old 10-06-2016, 11:36 AM   #31
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This card got minimum amount for SMRT$ redemption ma?
For smrt voucher min $10
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Old 10-06-2016, 11:57 AM   #32
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This card got minimum amount for SMRT$ redemption ma?

In blocks of SMRT$10


I have been redeeming about 2X SMRT$10 every week to top-up my EZ-link
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Old 10-06-2016, 01:45 PM   #33
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cannot offset bill?
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Old 10-06-2016, 02:08 PM   #34
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cannot offset bill?
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Old 10-06-2016, 03:58 PM   #35
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does anyone know if this card can be paired up with Travel Smart Rewards
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Old 10-06-2016, 04:00 PM   #36
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does anyone know if this card can be paired up with Travel Smart Rewards
Definitely can, TSR is tagged to ezlink card number.
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Old 10-06-2016, 04:08 PM   #37
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Definitely can, TSR is tagged to ezlink card number.
Flashpay also can, so long there is a CAN number
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Old 11-06-2016, 01:26 AM   #38
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Definitely can, TSR is tagged to ezlink card number.
Flashpay also can, so long there is a CAN number
thanks bro!
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Old 14-06-2016, 01:44 AM   #39
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just received my SMRT card.
have some questions.

1.
was told by the staff they are having 6 months promo of additional 10% rebate if can hit $200 of expenses (total 17%), not sure is it one shot or accumulated. was told that even after the promo ended, i still enjoy 5% rebate without hitting $200.

2.
instead of waiting for the activation code from EZ-Link, i can call them up to cancel the revaluation amount (default $30) and re-apply all over again?

3.
to enjoy the 2% SMRT$ on EZ-Reload auto top-up(supposing the reloading amount is $50), i just tap the card as normal? SBS bus counted?
if my monthly transport cost $100, how much can i save?

4.
do i need to hit a certain amount to enjoy the 7% rebate at supermarkets?

5.
list of merchants does not include cold storage?


P/S;
contemplating between this & maybank card (to hit the $500 expenses). if the rebate & the SMRT$ not worth it, i might as well use maybank card.
i intend to use this card for groceries & transport nia, which total up about $250 only.
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Old 14-06-2016, 07:39 AM   #40
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just received my SMRT card.
have some questions.

1.
was told by the staff they are having 6 months promo of additional 10% rebate if can hit $200 of expenses (total 17%), not sure is it one shot or accumulated. was told that even after the promo ended, i still enjoy 5% rebate without hitting $200.

2.
instead of waiting for the activation code from EZ-Link, i can call them up to cancel the revaluation amount (default $30) and re-apply all over again?

3.
to enjoy the 2% SMRT$ on EZ-Reload auto top-up(supposing the reloading amount is $50), i just tap the card as normal? SBS bus counted?
if my monthly transport cost $100, how much can i save?

4.
do i need to hit a certain amount to enjoy the 7% rebate at supermarkets?

5.
list of merchants does not include cold storage?


P/S;
contemplating between this & maybank card (to hit the $500 expenses). if the rebate & the SMRT$ not worth it, i might as well use maybank card.
i intend to use this card for groceries & transport nia, which total up about $250 only.
1. Sign up bonus for 6 months, get $20 cashback if spend min $200 accumulative each calendar month.
https://www.citibank.com.sg/global_docs/pdf/Card-Cashback-Promo-Terms-n-conditions.pdf

https://www.citibank.com.sg/gcb/credit_cards/smrt-credit-card.htm
For groceries,
5% SMRT$ is awarded for transactions of $50 and above. 3% SMRT$ is awarded for transactions less than $50.Get 0.3% less smrt$ if you spend less than $600 per month.
Citi Rebate is awarded for transactions made at Sheng Siong only. 2% Citi Rebate is awarded for transactions of $50 and above. 1% Citi Rebate is awarded for transactions of $20 to less than $50. Other Citi Rebate terms and conditions apply.

2. Think can go transitlink office to deregister.

3. If less than $600 soent per month you get 0.3% smrt$ less. So you get 1.7% or 2% per ezreload. Don't matter how you use the amount in the ezlink card.

4. See 1.

5. Don't include cold storage.
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Old 14-06-2016, 08:10 AM   #41
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For 2

U can check any card applied for reload by keying your IC
https://securepayments.telemoneyworl...heckStatus.jsp

if none, apply here:
https://securepayments.telemoneyworl...&paymenttype=3

in case a ARN is given but u have not activated
https://securepayments.telemoneyworl...e.html?by=card

if ARN is activated- the only choice is transitlink office
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Old 14-06-2016, 08:22 AM   #42
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5% SMRT$ is awarded for transactions of $50 and above. 3% SMRT$ is awarded for transactions less than $50.Get 0.3% less smrt$ if you spend less than $600 per month.
Citi Rebate is awarded for transactions made at Sheng Siong only. 2% Citi Rebate is awarded for transactions of $50 and above. 1% Citi Rebate is awarded for transactions of $20 to less than $50. Other Citi Rebate terms and conditions apply.
thanks guys.

but i am still confused on the SMRT$ as well as citi rebate part.
so for example if my transaction at sheng siong is $20 and < $600 monthly expenses, meaning i enjoy 2.7% SMRT$? and 1% citi rebate?
sorry i am new and don't know how to calculate.
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Old 14-06-2016, 08:37 AM   #43
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thanks guys.

but i am still confused on the SMRT$ as well as citi rebate part.
so for example if my transaction at sheng siong is $20 and < $600 monthly expenses, meaning i enjoy 2.7% SMRT$? and 1% citi rebate?
sorry i am new and don't know how to calculate.
Yes. Calculation seems correct.
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Old 14-06-2016, 09:14 AM   #44
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Yes. Calculation seems correct.
so example for $20 transaction, how much do i actually save?
paisey ah so much doubts.
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Old 14-06-2016, 09:30 AM   #45
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2.7%+1% =3.7%. 3.7% of $20 = $0.74
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