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Old 09-11-2018, 08:53 PM   #1
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good bank account to replace BOC SmartSaver?

Looking at the family card is so cui now, better to jump ship. which best account is no brainer and easier to cross?
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Old 09-11-2018, 11:05 PM   #2
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Agreed, I no longer use the family card, and when they charge me the annual fee, I will cancel it, but I still use the ZB card, good 10% cash rebate for shopping at taka/Robinson.. and petrol, suit my spending habit.

I think CIMB VS is a good replacement of family card, but needs $600 min spend, and max cap of $50 for each category

If u hate to keep track of things, then HSBC Advance card at 2.5% cash rebate is fairly straightforward.
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Agreed, I no longer use the family card, and when they charge me the annual fee, I will cancel it, but I still use the ZB card, good 10% cash rebate for shopping at taka/Robinson.. and petrol, suit my spending habit.

I think CIMB VS is a good replacement of family card, but needs $600 min spend, and max cap of $50 for each category

If u hate to keep track of things, then HSBC Advance card at 2.5% cash rebate is fairly straightforward.
yea but 2.5% is abit little...
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yea but 2.5% is abit little...
With advance account got 3.5%
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Old 10-11-2018, 08:45 AM   #6
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I think off topic Liao. tS wanted to know a good replacement for saving account not credit card

Maybank smart saver
1. Salary 2k
2. Giro 300
3. Credit card 500

Simpler den boc and 3%
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Is qoo10 card eligible for smartsaver spending bonus?
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Is qoo10 card eligible for smartsaver spending bonus?
U mean online purchase of gift card? Yes.
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Is qoo10 card eligible for smartsaver spending bonus?
Yes. 10 char.
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Old 10-11-2018, 08:54 AM   #10
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Looking at the family card is so cui now, better to jump ship. which best account is no brainer and easier to cross?
I think off topic Liao. tS wanted to know a good replacement for saving account not credit card

Maybank smart saver
1. Salary 2k
2. Giro 300
3. Credit card 500

Simpler den boc and 3%


I think the answer is straightforward:

1. A combination of BOC credit cards that can help meet S$1500 monthly card spend requirement.

OR

2. Maybank SmartSaver.
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Old 10-11-2018, 10:12 AM   #11
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I think off topic Liao. tS wanted to know a good replacement for saving account not credit card

Maybank smart saver
1. Salary 2k
2. Giro 300
3. Credit card 500

Simpler den boc and 3%
I think the answer is straightforward:

1. A combination of BOC credit cards that can help meet S$1500 monthly card spend requirement.

OR

2. Maybank SmartSaver.
It's called SaveUp, not smartsaver right?
http://info.maybank2u.com.sg/saveup/
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3%? That's really good and seems like very simple requirements. Giro 300 automatically met if you giro cc payment of 500?

I think off topic Liao. tS wanted to know a good replacement for saving account not credit card

Maybank smart saver
1. Salary 2k
2. Giro 300
3. Credit card 500

Simpler den boc and 3%
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Old 10-11-2018, 11:00 AM   #13
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Need 3 bills and Maybank cc cannot be one of them

3%? That's really good and seems like very simple requirements. Giro 300 automatically met if you giro cc payment of 500?
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I see.. 3 bills total of $300? That sounds quite tough. Phone bill nowhere near that, electricity maybe not also..

Need 3 bills and Maybank cc cannot be one of them
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I see.. 3 bills total of $300? That sounds quite tough. Phone bill nowhere near that, electricity maybe not also..
Total amount of S$300 per month. Must be GIRO debits specifically. Bill pay does not count.

Yes, SaveUp not SmartSaver sorry.
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