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HSBC Revolution Card

5X Points per dollar on Online, Dining & Entertainment

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1X Point per dollar

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0.4 Miles per 1X Points

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HSBC Revolution Card

5X Points per dollar on Online, Dining & Entertainment

SELECTED SPEND

1X Point per dollar

OTHER SPEND

0.4 Miles per 1X Points

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HSBC Revolution Card Review 2021

HSBC Revolution Card is a rewards credit card ideal for savvy online shoppers. It allows you to earn up to 10X Points on online purchases or the usage of contactless payment like Visa PayWave and Apple Pay. Alternatively you can choose miles as your reward, with 4 miles for every dollar spent ($1 = 4 miles). Benefits of the HSBC Revolution card include no annual fees, travel insurance, no required minimum spend and more.

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      Posted 16d ago

      Purchased

      HSBC Revolution Card

      Entry level card for people who want to enjoy HSBC perks and offers. I used to use UOB ONE card but due to personal preferences, decide to switch to HSBC Revolution card. The mobile app and website were not too difficult to use although some parts were not very intuitive. It would be better if there is a dashboard which shows whether full payment have been made as it's not very clear for me to check if I have clear payment for the month's statement.

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      Posted 20 Dec 2021

      Purchased

      HSBC Revolution Card

      A great card for contactless spenders and Low spenders of ~1k per month. You get 4mpd/ ~2.5% cashback for the first $1,000 of spending (no min spend) which I thought was a really good deal. No fees, hence no need to worry/go through the hassle of having to waive it. You could also use it as a backup card if you hit the limits for your other cards and just wanna get the most out of your ~1k spending with this 10points for $1 reward. There are some exclusions though but most online and contactless spendings will work. Application process: There were some issues with the singpass route, which made it very inconvenient since you’ll have to fill in the details manually. But it is pretty straightforward. My application also took about a 3 weeks as they needed some supporting documents. Promotions: no awesome on-boarding gifts like Citi for now but they’re giving ~$200 cashback for spending of $500. There’s the HSBC entertainer access which gives you lots of 1-1 food deals (tbh very similar to Burpple deals) and experiences (VR room, AJ hackatt etc) so very very worth! App interface/ Customer service: simple app but will need some familiarising since it isn’t as straightforward (some things are found in categories/buttons you did not expect it to, or at least for me), but they have customer service live (during working hours) to respond to your needs or doubts. They were really helpful, answering the questions I needed clarification in.

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      Posted 11 Oct 2021

      Purchased

      HSBC Revolution Card

      Best miles miles card with zero annual fee! Only drawback is that OCBC no longer allows us to FAST bill payment. This is a pain month in month out to have to use the axs app to pay my bills! (No I don’t wish to use GIRO)

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      Posted 23 Aug 2021

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      HSBC Revolution Card

      Best miles card by far. No annual fee. 4mpd almost everywhere. Very versatile card to have in every mile chaser wallet

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      08 May 2021

      Purchased

      HSBC Revolution Card

      This used to be a so-so card but ever since the inclusion of 10X rewards for contactless payment, this has been my go to card for offline purchase. Encountered a problem where my card was not synced into my banking account and had to talk to the CSO to get it done. That experience was fuss free but the integration should be there in the first place.

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      03 May 2021

      Purchased

      HSBC Revolution Card

      One of the best cards in the market now, with $1K cap on 4X miles per dollar on important categories for dining and contactless!

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      22 Apr 2021

      Purchased

      HSBC Revolution Card

      1 to 4mpd is quite a good deal on this card, and HSBC entertainer has pretty good dining deals too! Appreciate that the annual fee is waived on this card too. Overall, a pretty fuss-free card to have.

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      03 Mar 2021

      Purchased

      HSBC Revolution Card

      [Customer Service] This is a bank with less enthusiastic customer service officers comparing to other banks like Citibank, OCBC and financial institutions like American Express. Their customer service officer put me on hold over the phone for 5 minutes without telling me where she is heading to and what she was gonna do, and I thought something wrong with my phone. Haha! She gets the thing done in the end alright, I have to give her that [Promotions and Perks] I signed up in January, got rewarded with $180 Cashback with minimum spend of $800 within the duration of 2 billing cycles (2 months) 🤩

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      25 Jan 2021

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      HSBC Revolution Card

      [Useful For...] Everyday miles to for spending on F&B and Online. At around 4 mpd for spending. [Promotions and Perks] Was a great sign up deal with a luggage which you can get with the first spend. And some additional grab credits. [Miles Redemption for card spending] You can now redeem air miles at 25,000 Rewards points per block of 10,000 miles. This would equate to around 1 Reward point = 0.4 mile (Krisflyer or AsiaMiles) Note, you would have to pay a SGD40 or 9,000 points for an annual programme which will allow you to redeem miles yearly

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      01 Jul 2020

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      HSBC Revolution Card

      [Promotions and Perks] I signed up because HSBC is running a new-to-bank promotion till end Aug 2020: Samsonite Luggage or SGD150 cashback + SGD30 Grab rides when apply online with MyInfo. Note that this requires minimum SGD800 spending within qualifying period. [Fee Waivers] HSBC has announced enhancements for the card from 1 Aug 2020 onward. One great enhancement is that annual fee is perpetually waived, how awesome is that! I can't think of another credit card with no annual fees. [Useful For...] Most people are not aware, but the HSBC Revolution Credit Card can be both a Miles Card or a Cashback Card. This is because, spending will be rewarded with HSBC Rewards Points, and you can redeem Rewards Points to miles or cashback as you wish on the rewards catalogue! However, do note that each $ spending is split into base points ($1 spending: 1 base point) and bonus points ($1 spending: 9 bonus point - limited to the first $1000 spending each month only). Bonus points are only applicable to online & contactless purchases, and only at selected merchant codes, mostly related to: Travel, Dining/Entertainment/Supermarket and Retail/Shopping. [Miles Card] With effect from 1st August 2020, every SGD1 spent = up to 4 air miles. >> In comparison: the DBS Women's World Card, requires spending to be converted to points in blocks of $5, while HSBC Revolution Credit Card points can be converted for every $1. But DBS Women's World Card's bonus points are available up to the first $2000 spending, while HSBC Revolution Credit Card is limited to the first $1000. [Cashback Card] With effect from 1st August 2020, every SGD1 spent = up to 2.5% cash rebate. [Others] HSBC is also offering a balance transfer offer for new HSBC Revolution Card customers, at one-time promotional rate of 1.68% p.a for 6 months, one of the lowest in the market to my knowledge. It is valid within 3 months from the card account opening date. [Card Hacks] In general, HSBC Revolution Credit Card is a great card to be added to your wallet, given it has no annual fees from 1 Aug 2020 onward. To maximize benefits, use the HSBC Revolution Credit Card for online & contactless purchases in the Travel, Dining/Entertainment/Supermarket and Retail/Shopping catergories each month, limited to the first $1000 spending each month only.

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      Features of HSBC Revolution Card

      • Earn 10X rewards on online payments and contactless payments. This applies to when you shop online, order food delivery or make future travel bookings, or use contactless payment like Visa payWave, Apple Pay and Google Pay.
      • 10X points is also approximately equivalent to 4 Miles.
      • The miles conversion is equivalent to $1 = 4 miles.
      • The 10X points rewards programme will be capped at S$1,000 spend which is 10,000 reward points. If your monthly total spending for online purchases and/or contactless payments exceed S$1,000, 1X reward will be accorded for every dollar spend above S$1,000.
      • Earn 1X rewards on all other purchases. 1X reward on all other purchases is unlimited, it has no cap on the amount of reward points you can earn. For mile conversion, this is equivalent to 0.4 miles per dollar
      • HSBC Revolution Card is also a credit card with NO Annual Fees required.
      • No minimum spend required to receive reward points

      Eligibility for HSBC Revolution Card

      • Minimum age: 21 years of age
      • For Singaporeans and PR: minimum annual income of S$30,000
      • For self-employed Singaporeans and PR: Minimum annual income of S$40,000
      • Foreigners: Minimum annual income of S$40,000
      • Or have a minimum Fixed Deposit of S$10,000 if you cannot meet the above income requirements
      • Minimum age for supplementary card: 18 years of age

      Fees and Charges for HSBC Revolution Card

      • Annual Principle Fee: $150
      • Annual Supplementary Card fee: Free for up to 5 cards
      • Fee waiver: Available
      • Minimum monthly payment: 3% or $50, whichever is higher
      • Late payment charge: $55

      How to apply for HSBC Revolution Credit Card?

      You can apply online, with or without MyInfo, or through HSBC branches.

      Apply using MyInfo via SingPass and save the hassle to provide supporting documents.

      Alternatively, prepare the following supporting documents with your application.

      • ID documents of primary and supplementary applicant(s)
      • Income documents of primary applicant

      Contact us at [email protected] should you require any assistance or spot any inaccuracies.

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