19 August 2013 – Singapore’s favourite card – the POSB Everyday Card – had relaunched to offer greater convenience and savings to its cardholders spending locally and overseas.
Besides existing tie-ups with merchants like SPC, Watsons and POPULAR, the POSB Everyday Card continues to lead the way in partnering well-known brands to bring about exciting offers to cater to the discerning consumers of today.
As Singaporeans are now travelling more frequently for business and leisure, the relaunched POSB Everyday Card will offer its cardholders 2% cash rebate when they use their card overseas. In addition, POSB will also partner AirAsia, the leading and largest low-cost carrier in Asia, where POSB Everyday cardholders can get 3% cash rebate when they book their flights online at AirAsia.com.
In line with its commitment to bring about greater savings to its cardholders, POSB Everyday Card is also partnering with Sheng Siong, one of Singapore’s largest grocery chain with 33 stores island wide. Through this partnership, the POSB Everyday Card will offer its cardholders 5% cash rebate for their grocery needs.
The POSB Everyday Card is an all-in-one card which cardholders can use as an ATM card and an Ez-Link card for greater convenience, enabling them to use their card on their daily commutes. Cardholders can choose to enroll in Ez-Reload and enjoy a 2% cash rebate on their auto top up.
This was also the first credit card in Singapore to offer a contactless payment feature with MasterCard PayPass, and an embedded EMV Smart Chip to bring greater convenience and security to its cardholders. In Singapore, the number of contactless transactions has grown rapidly by almost six times with over 350,000 contactless transactions made each month. DBS/POSB is the largest issuer of contactless payment cards with more than 1 million cards with the contactless feature.
Well, in short – collaboration with AirAsia.com and Sheng Shiong.
And of course it means more rebates for new and current card users 🙂
Hopefully more to come, useful card and patient customer service (whenever they have to advice in details, for my queries).
Details as provided, by DBS.