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    UOB Offers Cardholders Limited-Edition Fitness Wearable for Christmas

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    UOB is offering its cardholders a chance to win limited-edition fitness wearable from Fitbit with straps designed by US-based artist Tristan Eaton.

    Bankbazaar Singapore – 20, December 2017

    As part of its Christmas promotion, UOB is offering fitness wear Fitbit with limited-edition straps designed by the American artist Tristan Eaton to its cardholders. The offer is available from 9 November 2017 to 31 December 2017.

    There are two options for cardholders to choose from, Fitbit Charge 2 and Fitbit Ionic. Spend S$3,800 using your card in Singapore or overseas to get the Fitbit Charge, which is worth S$368. The minimum spending requirement will have to be reached with a maximum of eight transactions.

    To become eligible for S$618-worth Fitbit Ionic, you will have to spend at least S$7,800 in Singapore or abroad with a maximum of 12 charges. Redemptions can be made from 9 November 2017 to 9 January 2018 by presenting your UOB credit or debit card, NRIC or passport, and charge slips.

    Eaton is a Los Angeles, US-based artist known for his graffiti art and street murals. The design of the limited-edition Fitbit straps reflects his characteristic art style.

    Conditions and exclusions

    Holders of UOB-issued cards from Mastercard, JCB, UnionPay, American Express, and Visa are eligible for this offer. However, it is not open to UOB Travel Account cards, UOB Corporate (on corporate liability) cards, UOB Purchasing cards, UOB Business cards, UOB multicurrency Corporate and Private Label cards.

    Should you own more than one UOB cards, the spending can be spread across them and will not have to be consolidated into one card. But you cannot combine amounts paid on your principal and supplementary cards to become eligible for this offer.

    Below are certain transactions that will not be taken into consideration:

    • NETS transactions (on debit cards)
    • Transactions that do not have charge slips
    • Transactions for Instalment Payment Plans (IPP)
    • Transactions made online
    • Transaction history on phone or other mobile devices
    • Insurance Companies
    • Educational Institutions
    • Payments to government agencies such as court fees, fines, bail, tax, etc.
    • Balance or fund transfers, SmartPay, LuxePay, Pay Anything or Payment Facility, Personal Loan, Instant Loan, and cash advances
    • PayPal, AXS, payment of funds to prepaid accounts, recurring bill payments, utilities bill payments
    • Payment of bank fees and charges
    • Cancelled transactions, transactions that have been rendered void or ineligible
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