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Debit Cards/DBS NUSSU Debit Card

DBS NUSSU Debit Card

Up to 3%
CASHBACK
$20
CASHBACK CAP
$400
MINIMUM SPEND

    DBS NUSSU Debit Card

    Up to 3%
    CASHBACK
    $20
    CASHBACK CAP
    $400
    MINIMUM SPEND
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debit card

card job

job not

not differ

differ dbs

dbs debut

debut cards

cards supports

supports paywave

paywave honestly

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  • Updated 3d ago

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    DBS NUSSU Debit Card

    A debit card that does the job and does not differ much from any other DBS debut cards. Supports paywave as well. Honestly, I only like it as a card due to the nice aesthetics and just to have a card affiliated to my alma mater without the commitment
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Kathlyn Laiu
Kathlyn Laiu, Community Associate at Seedly
Level 6. Master
Answered 2w ago
Honestly, I wouldn't say there is a lot of difference between the 2 cards because they both give 3% cashback on contactless spending. However, the NUSSU card is a mastercard and the other is Visa (not a lot of difference in that). The DBS Visa debit card is more convenient to be used overseas as it works in 11 foreign currencies. If you are already holding onto the DBS Visa debit card, I would think there is no need to change to the NUSSU one because there is no particular outstanding feature of it.
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Yen Peng
Yen Peng
Level 4. Prodigy
Answered on 25 Feb 2020
Pre-req is to be a NUS student and have an existing POSB/DBS savings account. I signed up for the card on the first day of school adminssion, quite fuss-free but benefits wise not that appealing. 3% cashback for local contactless spend if you hit min spend $400, and dont withdraw $400 in a month, but the cashback capped at $20. more info on their website: https://www.dbs.com.sg/personal/cards/debit-cards/dbs-nussu-debit-card I know another card among my peers back then was the OCBC Frank Card, maybe you can check it out and compare first!
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