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TerryPower 02-01-2020 07:38 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by flyingeagles (Post 124419492)
Furthermore, just a suggestion, why not add a column to the statement to show what was the mcc at the point of transaction? Easier for us end users to calculate also no need to keep call in ma.

Just a simple tweak to the statement, make all our life easier.

super agree with this!

OCBC Bank 02-01-2020 01:45 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by flyingeagles (Post 124419492)
Hi

If transactions made using ocbc titanium was not available for 10x ocbc$, we will get 1x even?

Furthermore, just a suggestion, why not add a column to the statement to show what was the mcc at the point of transaction? Easier for us end users to calculate also no need to keep call in ma.

Just a simple tweak to the statement, make all our life easier.

Sent from HUAWEI LYA-L29 using GAGT

Hi there,

We will share your feedback to the relevant department.

For transactions that does not fall under the eligible MCC or selected merchants as shown on our website, it will be eligible for 1X OCBC$ as long as it doesn't fall under the type of transactions reflected in Clause 3(vii) and (viii) of the Terms & Conditions: https://www.ocbc.com/assets/pdf/titr...1-oct-2019.pdf.

^DG

Hideaki77 07-01-2020 02:47 PM

hi,

may i ask if style theory subscription will account for the 10x rewards?

kelvinloh 07-01-2020 05:16 PM

Hi, May I check if MCC 4722 (online transaction) is eligible for 10x rewards? Thanks.

Trazora 07-01-2020 06:46 PM

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Originally Posted by kelvinloh (Post 124504580)
Hi, May I check if MCC 4722 (online transaction) is eligible for 10x rewards? Thanks.

Clearly not one of the eligible MCC stated in the TnC

OCBC Bank 07-01-2020 08:42 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Hideaki77 (Post 124502256)
hi,

may i ask if style theory subscription will account for the 10x rewards?

Hi

I'm afraid we've not come across such a transaction before. So it'll have to depend on the MCC coming in

^Sh

OCBC Bank 07-01-2020 08:44 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by kelvinloh (Post 124504580)
Hi, May I check if MCC 4722 (online transaction) is eligible for 10x rewards? Thanks.

Hey there

10x will only be awarded for transactions with MCCs listed on the site: https://www.ocbc.com/personal-bankin...astercard.html

^Sh

flyingeagles 30-01-2020 10:14 PM

Suddenly received 50 cash rebate, not sure what is it? I didn't shop at Best denki

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TerryPower 31-01-2020 09:43 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by flyingeagles (Post 124871312)
Suddenly received 50 cash rebate, not sure what is it? I didn't shop at Best denki

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I haven't check mine. Hope I also have :D

TerryPower 31-01-2020 08:28 PM

OCBC Titanium featured on moneysmart :o:o
but i got no one to bto with :(

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Best credit card for new home owners: OCBC Titanium Card

Do you already have an entire Google Drive filled with pictures of minimalist homes? Have you already made a wishlist of every. single. item you’re planning to get from IKEA?

In other words, are you counting down the days to your BTO key collection day?

Then you should probably arm yourself with a credit card especially for this wallet-busting (but oh so exciting) major event in your life. Because, apart from the renovation, you’re probably also going to be spending a lot of money on Taobao, Lazada and at IKEA.

The OCBC Titanium rewards card was practically made for this purpose, as it explicitly awards 10X rewards points (equivalent to 4 miles per $1) spent on merchants like:
  • Lazada
  • Qoo10
  • Shopee
  • Taobao
  • EZBuy
  • Amazon
  • IKEA
  • Courts
  • Mustafa Centre

Plus the following retailer categories: department stores, fashion, kidswear, and electronics stores.

So yeah, if you’re going to be spending loads of money on furniture, homeware and electronics, and even baby stuff, I can’t think of a better credit card to use.

Additionally, there’s no monthly cap on your points, just an annual cap of 120,000 OCBC$. That’s good for up to $12,000 of spending and you won’t have to worry about spreading it out.

lowveld 01-02-2020 12:21 PM

Hi OCBC,

Could I just confirm that 10x OCBC$ for any and all purchases from the following merchants under your website would be awarded even if the products do not relate to items which fall under the whitelisted MCCs?

Alibaba Daigou Mustafa Centre
AliExpress Ezbuy Qoo10
Amazon IKEA Shopee
Courts Lazada Taobao

Many thanks!

ashethen 01-02-2020 10:51 PM

When does the annual 120k points cap restart? In Jan every year or based on the month my card was approved?

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hwmook 02-02-2020 06:01 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by ashethen (Post 124907321)
When does the annual 120k points cap restart? In Jan every year or based on the month my card was approved?

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Base on your card issued month.

OCBC Bank 03-02-2020 10:54 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by lowveld (Post 124897178)
Hi OCBC,

Could I just confirm that 10x OCBC$ for any and all purchases from the following merchants under your website would be awarded even if the products do not relate to items which fall under the whitelisted MCCs?

Alibaba Daigou Mustafa Centre
AliExpress Ezbuy Qoo10
Amazon IKEA Shopee
Courts Lazada Taobao

Many thanks!

Hi lowveld,

All transactions made with the merchants mentioned will be eligible for 10X OCBC$.

^DG

OCBC Bank 03-02-2020 10:58 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by ashethen (Post 124907321)
When does the annual 120k points cap restart? In Jan every year or based on the month my card was approved?

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Quote:

Originally Posted by hwmook (Post 124910728)
Base on your card issued month.

Hi ashethen,

The reset will be based on your card account opening date.

For example, your card's opening date is in April 2019.
On 1 April 2020, the OCBC$ count will be reset.

^DG


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