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Which card should you be picking to milk more out of each grocery run?
Best Grocery Card Overall: CIMB Visa Signature Card (10% cashback)
Offering a high 10% cashback on grocery spend, this card rewards you for both online and in-store grocery purchases. You will be required to spend a minimum of S$800 monthly.
Highest Cashback: OCBC NTUC Plus! Credit Card (12% cashback)
If you’re an NTUC Union member, this card offers an unbeatable 12% cashback on your groceries at NTUC, provided you spend at least S$400 outside of NTUC.
No Minimum Spend: POSB Everyday Card (5% cashback)
With no minimum monthly spend required, the POSB Everyday card is great for those that do not spend much but still want to earn cashback on grocery spend.
Best For Online Groceries: CIMB Visa Signature Card (10% cashback)
If your go-to supermarket is an online grocery store, use the CIMB Visa Signature to earn 10% cashback. This card also rewards you with 10% cashback on online shopping.
If you are supermarket specific, you can read Credit Cards for Individual Supermarkets article.
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What grocery stores have their own credit cards?
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Are there minimum spends required for me to earn cashback on my groceries?
Are these grocery credit cards for grocery spending only?
Are there any exclusions that I should be aware of when spending on groceries with my credit cards?