7 Ways Your Family Can Save More with the POSB Everyday Card

Jehanne Teo

Jehanne Teo

Last updated 01 October, 2016

The POSB Everyday Card lives up to its name by letting you save on food, utilities, and other daily expenses. Here's why your family should start using it today.

Credit card promotions, terms, and conditions valid as of 1 October 2016.

Raising a family in Singapore requires serious financial planning. Parents spend hundreds of dollars every month on childcare, medicine, and education, on top of food and other essentials.

Wouldn’t it be great if you could spend a little less on your daily expenses?

One way is to use a cash rebate credit card like the POSB Everyday Card, which gives cash rebates for your normal daily spend.

The POSB Everyday Card truly lives up to its name by letting you save on most aspects of your household expenses, any time of the day. Here’s how:

1. You Get a Cash Rebate of Up To S$80 When You Apply Online

Your savings stack up the moment you start using your POSB Everyday Card! Apply before 31 December 2016 to get S$80 cash rebate. Note that you need to make a minimum spend of S$500 within the first month from your card’s approval date to claim your rebate.

If you're an existing DBS or POSB Credit cardmember (i.e., you have an active DBS or POSB credit card), you'll earn a welcome rebate of $50 for applying. The same terms as above applies.

2. You Get Up to 9% Cashback When Dining Out

You'll save money when bringing your family out for meals at restaurants, food courts and fast food outlets. With cash rebates of 3% on weekdays and 9% on weekends, those Sunday MacDonald's trips will be lighter on the wallet.

To qualify for the dining cashback, simply charge total spend of $700 per month to your card. Do note that the dining cashback is capped at $30 per month, and the promotion is valid till 31 December 2016.

3. You Get 5% Cashback from the Most Affordable Supermarket in Singapore

Shaving a few dollars off your grocery shopping makes a huge difference on your household budget. Your friendly neighbourhood supermarket, Sheng Siong, is where you can shop for your daily necessities and enjoy savings at the same time.

Fortunately for thrifty parents, the POSB Everyday Card gives a 5% cash rebate at Sheng Siong!

4. Save 20.1% on Petrol at SPC

Having a car in Singapore is expensive, and petrol even more so. But the POSB Everyday Card cuts down on costs with huge savings on petrol. Get up to 20.1% savings when you fuel up with the card at SPC.

5. You Can Travel with Your Family for Less

Family trips are costly, but with the POSB Everyday Card, you can shave quite a bit off your holiday bills.

You'll be entitled to an 8% discount when you book accommodations through Hotels.com, but only if you do so by 31 December 2016. You also get credit card discounts at Agoda.

Need some transport? At Hertz.com, you can receive a discount of 10% off vehicle rentals worldwide, and you'll also be entitled to free upgrades at selected destinations. Once again, the promotion is valid until 31 December 2016.

Hotels.com and Hertz.com may impose merchant terms and conditions on the above, so be sure to clarify any doubts before making a booking.

6. Get 3% Cash Rebates for Health and Beauty Products

Need cough medicine or Spongebob band-aids for your kids? Whatever you need from Watsons, you’ll get 3% cash rebates with your POSB Everyday Card.

What’s great is, there’s no minimum spend to get your rebates and you can redeem your cash rebates at Watsons anytime.

7. You Get Rebates When You Pay Your Bills

How often do you get a credit card that offers cash rebates for your utilities from SP Services and Starhub mobile, digital cable and broadband bills? Pay your bills with the POSB Everyday Card to get a bonus 1% cash rebate.

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Starting out as a lifestyle writer, Jehanne currently writes for SingSaver.com.sg about saving money in everyday situations.


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