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Trazora 18-11-2016 12:02 AM

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Originally Posted by bigfoot (Post 104786115)
What is departmental stores? Does it include ntuc?

Ntuc is supermarket not department store. Department eg isetan, metro, bhg, john little, robinson's

nezumi_P 22-11-2016 04:03 PM

Ocbc Titanium Card Krisflyer Conversion for 2016 onwards
 
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Originally Posted by ilovetravel (Post 94999801)
Redeem to bonus miles first then km miles to avoid the ocbc$ charges but redeem km miles got small amt charge such as min. S$ 3

Hi to all,

I would to check again for the latest requirement - what is the full procedure and rates to convert Ocbc $ to Krisflyer miles?

OCBC Bank 22-11-2016 05:33 PM

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Originally Posted by nezumi_P (Post 104861347)
Hi to all,

I would to check again for the latest requirement - what is the full procedure and rates to convert Ocbc $ to Krisflyer miles?

Hi nezumi,

KrisFlyer miles could be redeemed in blocks of 10,000.
Besides OCBC$, each redemption will come with a fee of $25 as well.

10,000 KrisFlyer miles - 25,000 OCBC$ + $25

20,000 KrisFlyer miles - 50,000 OCBC$ + $25

30,000 KrisFlyer miles - 75,000 OCBC$ + $25

and so on.

For more information, you could refer to our rewards page at https://internet.ocbc.com/rewards/

^DG

sputnikmoment 01-12-2016 09:53 PM

Whats the expiry period of the OCBC$?

WhateverZ 15-12-2016 09:50 AM

Understand theres a cap of OCBC$120K per annum. Is this tie to per card or per user account?

i.e if i apply for both titanium rewards blue and pink ( 2 cards ), can accumulate OCBC$120K each per card, for a total of OCBC$240K per annum?

Trazora 15-12-2016 09:55 AM

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Originally Posted by WhateverZ (Post 105256956)
Understand theres a cap of OCBC$120K per annum. Is this tie to per card or per user account?

i.e if i apply for both titanium rewards blue and pink ( 2 cards ), can accumulate OCBC$120K each per card, for a total of OCBC$240K per annum?

Each person can only have one OCBC Titanium card, pink or blue and not both.

OCBC Bank 15-12-2016 10:58 AM

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Originally Posted by sputnikmoment (Post 105030196)
Whats the expiry period of the OCBC$?

Hi sputnikmoment,

Effective 1 July 2015, all OCBC$ earned from 1 July 2015 will expire on the last day of the 24th calendar month following the relevant calendar month such OCBC$ was earned.

Example, if you have earned OCBC$ in the month of July 2015, these rewards points will expire on the last day of July 2017.

For more information on OCBC$, you could refer to the FAQs on our rewards page: https://internet.ocbc.com/rewards/

^DG

OCBC Bank 15-12-2016 11:07 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by WhateverZ (Post 105256956)
Understand theres a cap of OCBC$120K per annum. Is this tie to per card or per user account?

i.e if i apply for both titanium rewards blue and pink ( 2 cards ), can accumulate OCBC$120K each per card, for a total of OCBC$240K per annum?

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Originally Posted by Trazora (Post 105257022)
Each person can only have one OCBC Titanium card, pink or blue and not both.

Hi WhateverZ and Trazora,

Customers may hold both the Titanium Blue and Pink cards at the same time.

Rewards will be capped at 120,000 OCBC$ per card anniversary year.

Hope this clarifies.

Should you require further clarification, do drop us a PM.

^DG

Trazora 15-12-2016 11:29 AM

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Originally Posted by OCBC Bank (Post 105258236)
Hi WhateverZ and Trazora,

Customers may hold both the Titanium Blue and Pink cards at the same time.

Rewards will be capped at 120,000 OCBC$ per card anniversary year.

Hope this clarifies.

Should you require further clarification, do drop us a PM.

^DG

oic. Wondering why I was told otherwise by CSO.

lightx 15-12-2016 11:54 AM

Hi OCBC

The old Titanium card no use already?

:)

OCBC Bank 15-12-2016 05:50 PM

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Originally Posted by lightx (Post 105259264)
Hi OCBC

The old Titanium card no use already?

:)

Hi lightx,

We are no longer accepting new applications for the old Titanium MasterCard, but existing customers who have not make the conversion to the new Titanium Rewards card will still be able to use the old Titanium card.

Should you need us to check further on your card accounts, do drop us a PM with your contact details. We will arrange for our service executive to call and advise.

^DG

OCBC Bank 15-12-2016 05:55 PM

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Originally Posted by Trazora (Post 105258722)
oic. Wondering why I was told otherwise by CSO.

Hi Trazora,

Let us double check on this, and we will get back to you again.

^DG

OCBC Bank 19-12-2016 12:34 PM

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Originally Posted by Trazora (Post 105258722)
oic. Wondering why I was told otherwise by CSO.

Hi Trazora,

We apologise for the misinformation provided by our service executive.

We have checked and can confirm that customers will be able to hold on to both the Pink and Blue Rewards card as the principal cardholder at the same time.

All card applications are subject to review and approval.

^DG

Trazora 19-12-2016 01:00 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by OCBC Bank (Post 105325548)
Hi Trazora,

We apologise for the misinformation provided by our service executive.

We have checked and can confirm that customers will be able to hold on to both the Pink and Blue Rewards card as the principal cardholder at the same time.

All card applications are subject to review and approval.

^DG

Ok. Thank you.

purpletoysmum 19-12-2016 01:25 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by OCBC Bank (Post 105265146)
Hi lightx,

We are no longer accepting new applications for the old Titanium MasterCard, but existing customers who have not make the conversion to the new Titanium Rewards card will still be able to use the old Titanium card.


^DG

Hi OCBC. Can we use the old Titanium mastercard and get the same rate of $OCBC as the new rewards card? Or need to apply for the new card?


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