Get Free AirPods Worth $239 When You Apply For A Credit Card on SingSaver

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Taking that first step to walk, jog or run towards better health can often be the most difficult.

But what if your favourite tunes could accompany you wherever you are and you got rewarded for being healthy at the same time? 

Get the best of both worlds with a free set of Apple AirPods (worth $239) and Singtel StepUp, a newly launched wellness platform that rewards you for getting fit. Combining an active lifestyle and great rewards has never been easier. In addition, you’ll also receive a $50 Singtel e-voucher. Here’s how: 

Step 1: Simply apply for any of the participating credit cards below on our campaign page

Step 2: Complete your application and our Rewards Redemption Form. Be sure to fill in your unique application reference number! Not sure how to? Here’s our how-to guide

Step 3: Once you’ve met the promotion’s qualifying requirements, do allow for up to 4 months before you are notified of how to collect your rewards. 

Promotion ends 31 December 2019. Terms and Conditions apply. Read our FAQs.

Please note that only New-to-Bank Customers* will receive Free AirPods (worth $239) and a $50 Singtel iPhone 11 e-voucher. Existing Customers** will only receive a $100 Singtel iPhone 11 e-voucher.

*New-to-Bank Customers refer to individuals who don’t have an existing credit card or personal loan account with any of the respective banks at the time of application, nor any existing or terminated accounts within the last twelve (12) months. 

**Existing Customers refer to individuals who have existing credit card or personal loans accounts with the respective bank at the time of application, or have terminated accounts within the last twelve (12) months. 

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