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Standard Chartered Visa Infinite Credit Card

1.4 mpd
LOCAL SPEND
3 mpd
FOREIGN SPEND

    Standard Chartered Visa Infinite Credit Card

    1.4 mpd
    LOCAL SPEND
    3 mpd
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Pat
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Answered 2w ago
TLDR: Team Miles or Team Cashback? The perks are quite similar between all the Visa Infinite cards (e.g. lounge access, insurance) so the main question is whether you prefer miles or cashback. MILES: There are better cards than the Visa Infinite line. (Heard SC VI has a good sign-up bonus but please check on whether the card will be continued!) CASHBACK: CIMB is straightforward with 2% cashback on travel related expenses.

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Hi anon, The SCB VI only really trumps in certain areas, but you're subject to restrictions. 1.4mpd on local and 3mpd earn on foreign spend requires $2K per statement month (BOC Elite miles does this without any requirements) The lounge access is limited to 6 times a year. A lot of other cards in this category give an unlimited priority pass The miles you get upon sign up will be obtained at 1.68 cpm, but that's only for the first year So frankly, there really isn't much going for it. Perhaps you could share what feature you thought was good compared to other cards in this category? I might have missed something.

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Answered on 24 Dec 2019
Unfortunately sia which is the best option for us Singaporeans do not have a redemption route that. Similarly most other airlines partner also don't offer this route for redemption. Hence to your question, i have to say the answer is none. One way is to fly to NZ via SQ on business and then buying your own business flight from NZ to Fiji

Eligibility for Standard Chartered Priority Visa Infinite Credit Card

  • Principal cardholders minimum age must be at least 21 years of age and up to 65 years of age
  • Singaporeans and PR; Minimum annual income of S$30,000 (Private Banking Customers), S$150,000 (Non-banking customers)
  • Foreigners; Minimum annual income of S$60,000 (Private Banking Customers), S$150,000 (Non-banking customers)and must be holders of P1, P2 or Q type Singapore Employment Passes
    - Q Pass holders must have minimum one year validity remaining on their passes
  • Credit Record Free from Default

Fees and Charges for Standard Chartered Priority Visa Infinite Credit Card

  • Annual Principle Fee: S$588.50
  • Annual Supplementary Card fee: N/A
  • Fee waiver: Available
  • Interest-Free Period: 22 days
  • Annual Interest Rate: 26.90%
  • Minimum monthly payment: 1% or S$50, whichever is higher
  • Late payment charge: S$80
  • Cash advance fee: 6% or $15, whichever is higher
  • Overlimit fee: S$40
  • Fees for foreign currency transactions: Up to 3.5% of the transaction amount

Key features of Standard Chartered Priority Visa Infinite Credit Card

  • 1.4 miles per S$1 local spend and 3 miles per S$1 overseas spend (Minimum Spending of S$2,000 per month)
  • 35,000 welcome miles (worth S$350)
  • Up to 25.07% effective fuel savings at Caltex (16% onsite discount on Caltex Platinum 98 petrol + 10.80% rebate on nett transaction)
  • Complimentary Travel Accident Insurance coverage of up to S$1,000,000
  • Complimentary visits to the airport lounges under the Priority Pass Lounge program
  • 1 free yacht hire with a minimum annual spending of S$75,000
  • Hertz Asia Privileges, Golfing/ Dining/ Hotel Privileges