ANZ Credit Cardmembers, here’s an exclusive travel deal for you. From now till 8 Sep 2015, book your travel with Cathay Pacific and enjoy special fares to over 40 destinations, starting from S$248/- all-in. (tax and surcharges inclusive) Fly to popular destinations such as Bangkok, Taipei, Hong Kong, Seoul, Osaka and many more. Plus, receive a limited edition luggage strap with a min spend of S$800* Travel Period: By 30 June 2016 For bookings and full listing of fares, click here.
Air New Zealand: Take $500 Off Premium Economy Returns Fares with ANZ Card (Book by 31 May 2015)
Fancy a getaway trip to New Zealand? Here’s an offer you help you save on your flights. Immerse yourself in the coastal scenery and beautiful landscapes of the Milford Sound or a trek up the Tongariro National Park by making your travel plans with Air New Zealand. Enjoy $500 off your premium economy returns fares to New Zealand when you book with your ANZ Credit Card. Just enter the first 6 digits of your ANZ credit card number into the
Best Credit Cards For Frequent Flyers
Visualize beautiful and serene sandy beaches of Boracay, Philippines or the bountiful shopping escapades in New York City, USA. Your everyday spending using your frequent flyer or air mileage credit card can turn your dreams into reality. Bringing the world closer to you, here are the best credit cards in Singapore that you shall consider: 4. DBS ALTITUDE AMERICAN EXPRESS CARD DBS Altitude American Express Card offers rewards for air mileage and dinner deals. Dinner deals include discounts at over
Best Credit Cards For Grocery Shopping
Grocery shopping can be costly at times especially because businesses are becoming more competitive in their prices. And if you were to use a credit card, be sure to indulge on all of its rewards by paying the bill in full each cycle. That said, here are the 5 Best Credit Cards For Your Grocery Shopping in Singapore… 5. OCBC 365 CREDIT CARD Minimum Annual Income (Singaporean/PR/Foreigner): S$30,000 Do you want a card that allows rebates on your daily spending