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    Best DBS Credit Cards

    DBS, when it comes to banking is like a household name across Singapore and for the most obvious reason. Along with being headquartered in Singapore, DBS has a large list of accolades to its name. It was awarded the ‘Safest Bank in Singapore’ for 8 consecutive years which is no mean feat. DBS has prided itself in putting their consumers first and their ever increasing consumer base and range of products and services are testament to this principle.

    DBS credit cards are a popular choice not just in Singapore but in the surrounding region as well. With DBS increasing its presence in Asia every passing day, cardholders can enjoy wide and global acceptance on their credit cards. The joining benefits offered by their cards cater to its wide consumer database. Joining benefits include vouchers to select merchant outlets, air miles for the avid traveller and cashback of varying amounts for the smart shopper. With a long list of cards to offer DBS has successfully managed to pack them with features while keeping their costs down. The annual fees of the cards are very affordable especially with the annual fee waivers present on almost every card. Some DBS Credit Cards even have a 5 year waiver on the annual fee.

    The credit cards from DBS can be widely divided into reward cards, travel cards, student cards, and cashback cards. Cardholders can even enjoy more specific cards that can cater to them such as the DBS Woman’s card or the NUSS card which allows automatic charge of the cardholder’s NUSS bills onto their card.

    Best DBS Credit Cards in Singapore

    Here are Best Credit Cards offered by DBS Bank in singapore:

    Card Name Joining Fee Annual Fee Suitable For Joining Perks
    DBS Woman’s Card S$0 (First year fee waived) S$160.50 Online shopping, overseas purchases, dining, taxi bookings Cashback up to S$100
    DBS Woman’s World Card S$0 (First year fee waived) S$192.60 Online shopping, overseas purchases, dining, taxi bookings Cashback up to S$100
    DBS Altitude Visa Signature Card S$0 (First year fee waived) S$192.60 Online flight and hotel bookings, local and overseas transactions Up to 10,000 air miles
    DBS Altitude American Express Card S$0 (First year fee waived) S$192.60 Online flight and hotel bookings, local and overseas transactions -
    DBS Live Fresh Card S$0 (First year fee waived) S$128.40 Online shopping, Visa payWave transactions Cashback up to S$100
    DBS Black Visa Card S$0 (First year fee waived) S$192.60 Shopping, local Visa payWave transactions Cashback up to S$100
    DBS Black American Express Card S$0 (First year fee waived) S$192.60 Shopping, local Visa payWave transactions -
    POSB Everyday Card S$0 (First year fee waived) S$128.40 Dining, grocery, petrol, utility/telecommunication bills, health and beauty products Cashback up to S$100
    SAFRA DBS Card S$0 Perpetual fee waiver for SAFRA members Online transactions, retail purchases, local MasterCard contactless payments S$30 cashback
    DBS Live Fresh Student Card S$0 (5 years fee waived) S$128.40 Students, online transactions, Visa payWave transactions -

    Types of DBS Credit Cards Available in Singapore

    DBS Credit Card

    DBS Reward Points Credit Cards

    With DBS Takashimaya American Express Card you will get:

    • 2 Takashimaya Bonus Points for every S$10 that you spend at the Takashimaya Department Store (Voucher rebate of 6%).
    • Extra savings of 10% at select sale events held at the store.
    • Special parking benefits at the store.
    • Special discounts when shopping at the Takashimaya Department Store in Japan.
    • 1 DBS Point for every S$5 that you spend everywhere else. Redeem your earned points for gift vouchers from Takashimaya.

    With DBS Takashimaya Visa Card you will get:

    • 2 Takashimaya Bonus Points for every S$12 that you spend at the Takashimaya Department Store (Voucher rebate of 5%).
    • 5% discount when shopping at the Takashimaya Department Store in Japan.
    • Extra savings of 10% at select sale events held at the store.
    • Special parking benefits at the store.
    • 1 DBS Point for every S$5 that you spend everywhere else. Redeem your earned points for gift vouchers from Takashimaya.

    With DBS Woman’s Card you will get:

    • 10 miles or 5X DBS Points per S$5 that you spend online.
    • My Preferred Payment Plan – Convert large purchases into this instalment plan of 12 months with no processing fee or interest.
    • 10 miles or 5X bonus points for every S$5 that you spend using DBS MasterPass to pay for your taxi bookings at Comfort and CityCab.
    • Complimentary access and privileges at True Fitness and True Yoga.

    With DBS Woman’s World Card you will get:

    • 20 miles or 10X DBS Points per S$5 that you spend online.
    • 3X DBS Points when you shop overseas.
    • Complimentary access and privileges at True Fitness and True Yoga.
    • My Preferred Payment Plan – Convert large purchases into this instalment plan of 12 months with no processing fee or interest.
    • 20 miles or 10X bonus points for every S$5 that you spend using DBS MasterPass to pay for your taxi bookings at Comfort and CityCab.

    With DBS Esso Card you will get:

    • Instant fuel savings of 17% at Esso stations throughout Singapore.
    • Automatic enrollment into “Esso Smiles Driver Rewards Programme” to earn bonus Smiles Points on fuel purchases.
    • DBS Rewards – Earn 1 DBS Point for every S$5 that you spend everywhere else. Redeem your points for free fuel purchases at Esso, dining, shopping, entertainment and travel privileges.
    • DBS Lifestyle – Enjoy up to 50% discount at more than 1,000 establishments in Singapore.

    With DBS NUS Alumni Card you will get:

    • The opportunity to contribute and support NUS students through awards and bursaries by spending on this card.
    • Exclusive privileges on dining, entertainment, wellness and shopping when on campus as well as across Singapore.
    • DBS Rewards – Earn 1 DBS Point for every S$5 that you spend everywhere else. Redeem your points for dining, shopping, entertainment and travel privileges.
    • DBS Lifestyle app offers additional privileges on dining, shopping, entertainment and travel.

    With DBS NUSS Card you will get:

    • Perpetual annual fee waiver if you continue being an NUSS Member.
    • 2X DBS Rewards Points per S$5 spent at NUSS food and beverage establishments.
    • Automatically charge your NUSS bills to your credit card.
    • Complimentary access to Changi Airport premium lounges and NUSS and Dnata.
    • Complimentary access to fitness classes and other gym facilities at True Fitness.

    Best DBS Air Miles Credit Cards

    With DBS Altitude Visa Signature Card you will get:

    • 3 miles per S$1 spent on flight bookings and hotel transactions.
    • 2 miles per S$1 spent overseas in foreign currency.
    • 1.2 miles per S$1 spent locally.
    • Complimentary Travel Accident Insurance up to S$1 million.
    • Priority Pass Membership that offers 2 Global Airport Lounge Access visits for free every 12 months.
    • DBS Altitude Butler Service for assistance across the world.

    With DBS Altitude American Express Card you will get:

    • 3 miles per S$1 spent on flight bookings and hotel transactions.
    • 2 miles per S$1 spent overseas in foreign currency.
    • 1.2 miles per S$1 spent locally.
    • DBS Altitude Butler Service for assistance across the world.
    • Complimentary Travel Accident Insurance up to S$1 million.

    Best DBS Cashback Credit Cards

    With DBS Live Fresh Card you will get:

    • 3X DBS Points on online purchases and Visa payWave transactions.
    • Auto-enrollment into EZ-Reload. Activate this facility to use your credit card as an EZ-Link Card.
    • DBS Rewards – Earn 1 DBS Point for every S$5 that you spend everywhere else. Redeem your points for dining, shopping, entertainment and travel privileges.
    • DBS Lifestyle app offers additional privileges on dining, shopping, entertainment and travel.

    With DBS Black Visa Card you will get:

    • 3X DBS Points for every S$5 that you spend on Visa payWave transactions in Singapore.
    • DBS Lifestyle - 1X DBS Point for every S$5 that you spend everywhere else.
    • My Preferred Payment Plan – Convert large purchases into this instalment plan of 12 months with no processing fee or interest.

    With DBS Black American Express Card you will get:

    • DBS Lifestyle - 1X DBS Point for every S$5 that you spend everywhere else.
    • My Preferred Payment Plan – Convert large purchases into this instalment plan of 12 months with no processing fee or interest.

    With POSB Everyday Card you will get:

    • Cash rebate up to 14% on dining.
    • 6% cash rebate on daily essentials purchases.
    • Petrol savings up to 20.1% at Sheng Siong.
    • 3% cash rebate on purchases at Watsons.
    • 1% cash rebate on telecommunication and utility bill payments.
    • 0.3% cash rebate on all other purchases.

    With SAFRA DBS Card you will get:

    • Cash rebate of 3% on online shopping and MasterCard contactless payments in Singapore.
    • Cash rebate of 0.3% on other retail purchases.
    • Exclusive privileges at 6 SAFRA clubhouses in Singapore to enjoy facilities such as the pool, gym and other entertainment facilities.
    • SAFRAPOINTS – Get 1 SAFRAPOINT per S$1 spent at participating establishments and facilities.

    Best DBS Student Credit Cards

    With DBS Live Fresh Student Card you will get:

    • Credit limit of S$500 with no income requirement to apply for this card.
    • 3X Points on Visa payWave transactions and online purchases.
    • DBS Rewards – Earn 1 DBS Point for every S$5 that you spend everywhere else. Redeem your points for dining, shopping, entertainment and travel privileges.
    • Auto-enrollment into EZ-Reload. Activate this facility to use your credit card as an EZ-Link Card.

    Supplementary Credit Cards

    • Rewards and rebate earned on the supplementary card will be credited to the principal cardholder’s account.
    • Supplementary cardholders will enjoy shopping and dining privileges with discounts up to 50% at more than 1,000 establishments in Singapore.
    • Supplementary cardholders will have access to the two payment plans offered by DBS bank namely 0% Interest Instalment Payment Plan and My Preferred Payment Plan.

    DBS Credit Card Promotion in Singapore

    • DBS Altitude Cards – Get up to 13 air miles per S$1 spent on Kaligo transactions until December 31, 2017.

    Requirements to Apply DBS Credit Cards

    Eligibility Criteria for Residents:

    • The minimum age required to apply for a DBS Credit Card is 21 years. For the DBS Live Fresh Student Card, the minimum age required is 17 years and up to 27 years of age.
    • The minimum income required to apply for a DBS Credit Card ranges between S$30,000 and S$80,000.
    • Documents to be submitted include NRIC as an ID Proof document, Income Tax NOA (Notice of Assessment), computerized payslips, etc.

    Eligibility Criteria for Foreigners:

    • The minimum age required to apply for a DBS Credit Card is 21 years.
    • The minimum income required to apply for a DBS Credit Card ranges between S$45,000 and S$80,000.
    • Documents to be submitted include a valid Passport and Employment Pass, Income Tax NOA (Notice of Assessment), computerized payslips, a company letter confirming your salary and employment status, etc.

    How to Activate DBS Credit Card?

    DBS Credit Card Activation for regular use:

    You can activate your DBS Credit Card through iBanking in the following way:

    • Click on the tab “Cards” found on the top navigation and choose “Activate Credit Cards”.
    • You will have to fill in the requested details and accept the bank’s Terms and Conditions to proceed. After confirming your details, click on the “Submit” option for activation of your card.
    • After completing this process, your credit card will be activated immediately.

    You can also activate your credit card through a Mail-in Activation Slip. Note that for this process the bank will take 5 business days to activate your credit card after receiving this slip.

    You will be charged a service fee to activate your card.

    DBS Credit Card Overseas Activation:

    There are several ways through which you can activate your DBS Credit Card which are as follows:

    • Activation through SMS:
      • To enable overseas activation perpetually – “EnableoverseasLast 4 digits of Card”.
      • To enable overseas activation for a specific period – “EnableoverseasLast 4 digits of Cardstart dateend date”.
      • To disable overseas activation – “DisableoverseasLast 4 digits of Card”.
    • Activation through iBanking:
      • Login using your User ID and Password.
      • Select the card you wish to activate and click on “Activate Card’s Magnetic Stripe for Overseas Use”.
      • You will be requested to login using an iB Secure PIN of 6 digits.
      • You will find a “Card Selection List” under which click on “Card Account”.
      • You can then edit the status of your credit card’s magnetic stripe to enable overseas function.
      • Click on “Submit” and then “Confirm”.
    • Activation through digibank:
      • Login using your User ID and Password.
      • On the menu, click on “Card Services”.
      • Then select the option, “Allow Card’s Magnetic Stripe for Overseas Use”.
      • You will be requested to login using an iB Secure PIN of 6 digits.
      • You will find a “Card Selection List” under which click on “Card Account”.
      • You can then edit the status of your credit card’s magnetic stripe to enable overseas function.
      • You will be asked to provide your authorization and then click on the option, “Next”.
      • Confirm your transaction details and then click on the option, “Confirm”.

    How to Cancel DBS Credit Cards?

    You can request to cancel your DBS Credit Card through iBanking by following the steps below:

    • Login using your User ID and Password.
    • On the top right side, click on the option called “Messages” and then click on “Compose”.
    • You will be requested to key-in your iB Secure PIN of 6 digits.
    • Click on the option called “Credit Cards” and then select “Cancel Card” as your subject.
    • Select your credit “Card Number” for termination.
    • You will be presented with options as reasons for your termination. Choose the reason that suits you and then click on “Send”.

    Supplementary cards associated with the principal card will be automatically cancelled upon termination of the principal card.

    DBS Credit Card Hotline Numbers

    DBS Credit card was lost or damaged, and for more queries related credit cards, here are DBS Hotline or customer service numbers to reach DBS Bank

    • If you have lost your ATM Card in Singapore – Call the bank on 1800 339 6963.
    • If you have lost your ATM Card overseas - Call the bank on 65 6339 6963.
    • For general queries or to contact DBS Phone Banking in Singapore - Call the bank on 1800 111 1111.
    • For general queries or to contact DBS Phone Banking overseas - Call the bank on 65 6327 2265.
    • For general queries or to contact POSB Phone Banking in Singapore - Call the bank on 1800 339 6666.
    • For general queries or to contact POSB Phone Banking overseas - Call the bank on 65 6339 6666.

    Frequently Asked Questions on DBS Credit Cards

    1. Are supplementary cards available with DBS Credit Cards?
    2. Yes, supplementary credit cards are available with most of the credit cards from DBS. However, an annual fee might be charged for the supplementary card.

    3. What is the annual fee for the SAFRA DBS MasterCard Card?
    4. There is no annual fee for this credit card, as long as the cardholder remains a member of SAFRA.

    5. Does DBS offer any American Express credit cards?
    6. Yes, DBS offers the following American Express credit cards:

      • DBS Altitude American Express Card
      • DBS Treasures Black Elite American Express Card
      • DBS Takashimaya American Express Card
      • DBS Black American Express Card
    7. I am an 18 years old Singaporean citizen and an undergraduate student at Nanyang Polytechnic. Can I apply for a DBS Credit Card?
    8. Yes, you will be eligible to apply for the DBS Live Fresh Visa Student Card.

    9. I want to earn air miles with my credit card. Which DBS Credit Card should I opt for?
    10. If you want to earn air miles, you can opt for the DBS Altitude Visa Signature Card or DBS Altitude American Express Card.

    11. What is the minimum income required to get a DBS Woman’s MasterCard card?
    12. The minimum income required to get a DBS Woman’s MasterCard card is S$30,000 p.a. for a Singaporean and S$45,000 p.a. for a foreigner.

    13. Who do I contact to find out more information about the credit cards?
    14. To find out more information about the credit cards, you can visit the bank’s website or visit any branch or contact on their customer care number.

    15. Will I be charged for late payment?
    16. If your outstanding balance is up to SGD50, then the bank will not charge you for late payment. In case your outstanding balance is SGD50.01 and more, then you will have to pay SGD60 as penalty for paying late.

    17. What is the interest rate on cash advance?
    18. The interest rate on cash advance is 28 percent p.a. on the amount you withdraw. This interest is charged on a daily basis from the date you withdraw until you make the full payment.

    19. How much do I have to pay monthly ?
    20. You have to pay minimum 3 percent of the amount mentioned on your credit card statement or SGD50 (whichever is higher) plus the outstanding sum, if you have any.

    News About DBS Credit Cards

    • Smart Mobile Apps Drive Large-Scale Cashless Transactions

      Cashless transactions have become the new norm these days with multiple payment platforms allowing individuals to make payments through mobile applications, smart watches, QR codes, etc. The cashless landscape has seen significant expansion over the last few years owing to massive advancement in technology and new innovation techniques has only benefited the cause even more.

      Payment through QR Code: The QR Code payment involves scanning barcodes (date) onto a smartphone. The code is associated with the seller’s/customer’s (whichever is relevant) credentials, allowing for payments to be done almost instantly.

      Contactless Mobile Payments: Payment through mobile apps including Samsung Pay, Android Pay and Apple Pay have also contributed to revolutionising the cashless landscape and bringing in far more efficiency in the financial system. These payment platforms use Near Field Communication technology to accept and receive payments and don’t require an internet connection. This greatly reduces potential risk of hacking and breach of information (as NFC doesn’t require the internet).

      Wearable Devices: Wearable devices are also gaining widespread recognition – Smart Watches are one such example. DBS launched the Smart Buddy Programme in about 19 schools in Singapore. Under the programme, students received a smart watch capable of performing smart, contactless transactions.

      P2P Services: Although not very popular yet, P2P services have also gained god distance in influencing the contactless landscape. In a P2P platform, two individuals can directly enter into an agreement and payments can be sent or received.

      25th September 2017

    • DBS Rewards Update 2017

        • Starting from 1 August 2017, DBS Woman’s Cards’ Comfort & CityCab Priority Bookings Programme will be discontinued. However, cardholders will continue earning up to 10X DBS Points on Comfort (payment made with Masterpass), Uber and Grab rides.

        • Starting from 2 July 2017, DBS Points will not be awarded on DBS Takashimaya Credit Cards for purchases made at Takashimaya Square, B2 and Takashimaya Department Store. These purchases will only earn Takashimaya Bonus Points. However, select non-Takashimaya purchases on the credit cards will continue earning DBS Points.

        • Starting from 2 July 2017, Smiles Points will not be awarded on certain transactions including non-fuel spends at Esso service stations, balance transfer, cash withdrawals, interest charges, etc. Starting from 1 May 2017, spends on DBS Esso Card will not earn DBS Points.

        • Starting from 2 July 2017, SAFRA$ cash rebate will not be awarded for certain transactions including utility bill payments, payments made to insurance companies, non-profit organisations, financial institutions, hospitals, payments made through AXS, SAM, eNets transactions, etc.

        • Starting from 1 May 2017, bonus DBS points will not be awarded on DBS Woman’s Cards’ for payments made through iPaymy and CardUp.

        • Starting from 14 February 2017, the DBS CapitaCard has been renamed to the DBS Visa Platinum Card.

      31st July 2017

    • DBS Now Offers Free Advisory Services in Singapore

      DBS has established a financial planning centre which offers customers advisory services free of cost at Tanjong Pagar NAV Hub. “NAV - Your Financial GPS” is the name that DBS has given to this initiative.

      The centre does not deal with the sale of any of the bank’s products or services, but offers customised financial planning to customers. The sessions are offered by DBS/POSB staff members.

      Furthermore, the bank is also conducting financial planning classes every month preceded by experts from the industry which is open to the public to attend. Customers can also visit the bank’s online portal for useful tips.

      The initiative is a result of a survey that was conducted by the bank which yielded the outcome that over half of Singapore’s young crowd do not know how to or do not plan their finances. The survey also showed that 60% of customers between the ages of 20 years and 35 years having below 2 years’ of work experience wanted to achieve their goals through managing their money better.

      18th July 2017

       
    • DBS/POSB Banks Turning to Chatbots

      Banks in Singapore are resorting to chatbots to save time on frequently asked questions and repetitive or redundant queries by customers. DBS Bank’s chatbot, dVA (digital Virtual Assistant), is run through POSB and is available on the banks’ Facebook page.

      dVa helps customers with queries about the bank’s services and products, as well as to locate the nearest ATMs and operating hours of branches. Jeremy Soo, head of consumer banking group of DBS Bank, said, “We know that our customers are spending time conversing on their favourite mobile messaging apps, and we are immersing ourselves in the customer journey by making it easier and more convenient for them to engage us. Customers can also soon look forward to conducting their banking transactions via this service.” DBS has a customer base of over 5 million currently.

      OCBC also launched two bots – Emma for home loans and Buddy for internal HR queries. Chatbots are likely to save banks over S$8 billion every year by 2022, according to Juniper Network.

      18th July 2017

       
    • DBS hikes late payment fees for credit cards

      With higher business costs weighing margins down, Singaporean banks are making changes to their fees and charges.

      DBS on May 1 increased the late payment charges for its credit cards from S$80 to S$100. If your outstanding balance is more than S$50, the new charges become applicable.

      DBS also raised the annual fees for the POSB Everyday Card to S$192.60 from S$128.40 for the primary card and to S$96.30 for the supplementary cards from S$64.20.

      The hike in late payment fees by DBS has been imitated by OCBC and UOB banks as well. According to ValuePenguin analyst Duckju Kang, banks usually spread out their fee changes as per fluctuations of Singapore Interbank Offered Rate (SIBOR) and other economic conditions. Chief Executive of MoneySmart Vinod Nair said the banks could be trying to offset the spike in their business costs through this change.

      18th July 2017

       
    • DBS predicts a rate hike to combat falling Peso

      DBS Bank of Singapore said that the BANGKO Sentral ng Pilipinas might start to alter its stance in the month of August to combat the weakening of the Peso with an increase in rates by up to 25 basis-points.

      According to DBS, on the basis of a nominal effective exchange rate, the Peso had seen a year to date (May 17) depreciation of 6.7%. Its depreciation puts it as one of the worst performers in Asia. DBS also said that the current account balance also saw a deficit and while they are not overly concerned with it, they feel that the gap will widen assuming that investments see a strong growth. The current account balance deficit is likely to have a negative impact on the Peso.

      DBS also said inflation is trending upwards and will average at about 3% as compared to the previous year’s 1.9%.

      28th June 2017

    • DBS retains Most Valuable Brand status for 5th consecutive year

      Singapore’s largest bank, DBS, has been named the most valuable brand in the Island for the fifth consecutive year. According to the report by Brand Finance that features the Top 100 most valuable Singapore brands, DBS, with a combined brand value of 5.4 billion USD, retained the top spot ahead of several other leading brands in Singapore.

      Brand Finance, a highly reputed consultancy based out of London, went n to point out that the difference in net worth between DBS and the second most valuable brand is a whopping i.8 billion USD, adding that it will be difficult for any brand to outperform DBS. This makes it quite clear that DBS is here to stay at the top of the rankings.

      DBS recently completed its acquisition of ANZ earlier this year to cement its position as the most valuable brand.

      28th June 2017

    • DBS becomes first bank to incorporate QR-code enabled payment service

      At a time when cashless payments are becoming the norm, several banks have started to launch innovative payment services to make things much more easier for consumers.

      Several top Singaporean banks, including DBS, Singapore’s largest bank, have integrated their mobile wallets with QR Code payment systems at specific merchants. The QR code payment system is way more easy to use, both by consumers and merchants.

      DBS became the first Singaporean banks to incorporate this service. Several other top banks that haven’t integrated this service are already contemplating doing so. OCBC is another top bank that has set this system in motion. Also, several numerous hawker centres have evinced interest in the QR enabled DBS PayLah.

      This comes as quite a development to the MAS’s (Monetary Authority of Singapore) vision of making Singapore a Smart Financial Centre.

      28th June 2017

    • DBS Takashimaya Visa Credit Card offering cashback up to S$25

      Runtime: This promotion is valid until December 31, 2016.

      Particulars:

        • This card will give you discounts worth 5%.

        • You can also gain 2 Takashimaya Bonus Points whenever you make purchases at Takashimaya Department Store worth S$12.

        • You can recover your Takashimaya Gift Vouchers worth S$30 with 100 Takashimaya Bonus Points.

      How to apply for this promotion:

        • You need to register online for a Principal DBS Takashimaya Visa Credit Card any time before December 31, 2016. This will give you a cashback of S$10.

        • Next, you can spend at Takashimaya Department Store worth S$250 within a month after your card is approved. You will receive an extra cashback of S$15 for this spend.

      Terms and conditions:

        • The qualifying spend does not include buying of Takashimaya Gift Vouchers.

        • The benefits of this promotion cannot be exchanged, replaced, or transferred.

    • DBS Woman’s Card promotions for December

      Particulars:

      Dining:

        • Bob’s Bar, Cassia and The Knolls, Capella Singapore: With a DBS Woman’s Card, you can receive 15% off your bill when you dine here. This offer is valid until December 31, 2016.

        • The Garden, Sofitel Singapore Resort and Spa Sentosa: Use your DBS Woman’s Card to earn 10% discount on Sunday Brunch and 15% off ala carte dishes. The promotion is valid until December 31, 2016.

      Play:

        • S.E.A. Aquarium: Reserve your tickets online and earn 15% off adult tickets (up to S$32) and get a Coke can for free. This offer is valid on park visits before January 2, 2017.

        • Universal Studios Singapore: Get 10% concession on adult ticket (up to S$74) by making the payment through your DBS Woman’s Card. You can avail this offer if you go to the park any time before January 2, 2017.

      Shopping:

        • Dyson: Get 20% off Dyson Pure Cool Link Desk Fan (up to S$699). You can register for the My Preferred Payment Plan and pay only S$46.58 each month. Make your payment without any interest fee and processing fee over a period of 12 months. This offer is valid December 31, 2016.

        • Reebonz: Shop at this store and gain a discount of 6% on your purchases. This offer is applicable on Fridays, Saturdays, and Sundays until December 31, 2016.

      Terms and conditions:

      None of the above-mentioned promotions can be clubbed with other separate offers.

      01st December 2016

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