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Old 25-04-2017, 09:05 PM   #151
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which card can get 4mpd for ipaymy ah?

ipaymy is considered as online transaction correct?
After they changed payment gateway to GitzPay no more bonus points starting from last month.
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Old 26-04-2017, 12:08 AM   #152
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After they changed payment gateway to GitzPay no more bonus points starting from last month.
thanks bro for the info. which card did u use btw?
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Old 26-04-2017, 12:36 AM   #153
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thanks bro for the info. which card did u use btw?
Used two different ones from different banks - same result.
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Old 29-04-2017, 12:08 AM   #154
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Aim: Fever eligible (miles or cashback)
Merchant: Fever
Currency: SGD
Mode: Online

Tested for fact that woman and postman are fever eligible. Wonder any other cards?
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Old 29-04-2017, 01:24 PM   #155
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any thoughts about HSBC Revolution Credit Card as compared to UOB PPV?
I'm looking into clocking milage or cashback.
Basically will be using to pay bills (Telco and insurance) and day to day expenditure.
Further more i travel alot (job requirement) so mainly will use to make payment in oversea too.

appreciate any input in regards to this enquires.
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Old 30-04-2017, 03:49 PM   #156
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On the topic of miles, are there any card that allows supplementary cardholder access to lounge/have their own priority pass?
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Old 01-05-2017, 08:58 AM   #157
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On the topic of miles, are there any card that allows supplementary cardholder access to lounge/have their own priority pass?
Amex Platinum Charge Card

Enjoy access to more than 800 American Express and Delta Sky Club lounges in more than 100 countries with complimentary Priority Pass Membership (worth US$399 each) for you and your Supplementary Card Member.
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Old 01-05-2017, 09:51 AM   #158
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On the topic of miles, are there any card that allows supplementary cardholder access to lounge/have their own priority pass?
HSBC VI

SCB Priority VI ( kinda, you have to enrol them in the Priority family program and sign them up as Primary card holder.)
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Old 19-05-2017, 04:09 PM   #159
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Suggestions for adding Uber/Grab to post #2 under cashback, since these keep coming up in discussions:


Uber: SCB (20% until September 30 | min $600 retail spend/month | $50/mth)

Grab: Citibank Cash Back (20% until July 6, 8% thereafter | min $888/s.mth | $50/mth). No DCC.
HSBC Advance Visa Platinum (someone said recently, but no details mentioned)
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Old 19-05-2017, 04:13 PM   #160
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Suggestions for adding Uber/Grab to post #2 under cashback, since these keep coming up in discussions:


Uber: SCB (20% until September 30 | min $600 retail spend/month | $50/mth)

Grab: Citibank Cash Back (20% until July 6, 8% thereafter | min $888/s.mth | $50/mth). No DCC.
HSBC Advance Visa Platinum (someone said recently, but no details mentioned)
Hsbc advance is 10x points for online, but not sure if they going to extend this after 31 May

Scb is min $600/c.mth
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Old 19-05-2017, 09:38 PM   #161
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Suggestions for adding Uber/Grab to post #2 under cashback, since these keep coming up in discussions:


Uber: SCB (20% until September 30 | min $600 retail spend/month | $50/mth)

Grab: Citibank Cash Back (20% until July 6, 8% thereafter | min $888/s.mth | $50/mth). No DCC.
HSBC Advance Visa Platinum (someone said recently, but no details mentioned)
Updated! Thanks for the suggestion!
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Old 05-06-2017, 04:58 PM   #162
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Aim: Cashback
Merchant: Shopee
Currency: SGD
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Old 09-06-2017, 10:28 AM   #163
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Hi all, in desperate need of advice.
It seems I've been trying too hard to chase air miles with multiple credit cards.
I'm starting to get worried I might not be capitalising my spending on the correct cards for my transactions.
Listed below are the cards that I hold currently
1. OCBC Robinsons card ( only use when there is member sales)
2. Stan Chart Manhattan Visa ( hardly use)
3. DBS Taka card ( hardly use)
4. DBS WWMC ( trying to clock for online spending but searching for alternative after FEVO no longer earns 4mpd)
5. Citi Premiermiles ( hardly use )
6. Citi Prestige

Was even looking into getting the OCBC Voyage as I was attracted to the 2.3mpd for dining spend since UOB PP Amex is no longer available.

Looking forward to any tips and advices.

Thanks in advance.
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Old 09-06-2017, 12:18 PM   #164
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Hi all, in desperate need of advice.
It seems I've been trying too hard to chase air miles with multiple credit cards.
I'm starting to get worried I might not be capitalising my spending on the correct cards for my transactions.
Listed below are the cards that I hold currently
1. OCBC Robinsons card ( only use when there is member sales)
2. Stan Chart Manhattan Visa ( hardly use)
3. DBS Taka card ( hardly use)
4. DBS WWMC ( trying to clock for online spending but searching for alternative after FEVO no longer earns 4mpd)
5. Citi Premiermiles ( hardly use )
6. Citi Prestige

Was even looking into getting the OCBC Voyage as I was attracted to the 2.3mpd for dining spend since UOB PP Amex is no longer available.

Looking forward to any tips and advices.

Thanks in advance.
That's a strange collection of cards. It all depends on your spending pattern.
To start with, if you are really keen on miles, would suggest you look at your spending pattern for at least 3 months. Summarise by category and amount.
Them read the omnibus section of milelion blog (Google it!) It has a pretty good review of almost all cards. Select the ones closely matching your spending pattern, preferably within one or two banks.
If you have a big expense coming up, don't forget to check for signup bonuses.
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Old 09-06-2017, 02:18 PM   #165
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That's a strange collection of cards. It all depends on your spending pattern.
To start with, if you are really keen on miles, would suggest you look at your spending pattern for at least 3 months. Summarise by category and amount.
Them read the omnibus section of milelion blog (Google it!) It has a pretty good review of almost all cards. Select the ones closely matching your spending pattern, preferably within one or two banks.
If you have a big expense coming up, don't forget to check for signup bonuses.
My 1st 3 cards were from long ago. Kept them cos annual fee waived.. lol
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