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Standard-Chartered-Prudential

Standard Chartered Prudential Platinum Credit Card

  • Earn 1 point for every $1 charged
  • Convert your points to offset your Prudential insurance premium payments
  • Pay No Fees for 2 Years
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Benefits

[benefit type=”healthinsurance”]
  • Earn 1 point for every $1 charged
  • Convert your Rewards Points to offset your Prudential insurance premium payments(1)
  • 40% discounts at Spa Infinity
  • Raffles Hospital Singapore privileges
[/benefit] [benefit type=”travel”]
  • Up to 15% discounts at promoted hotels
[/benefit] [benefit type=”shopping”]
  • Earn 1 point for every $1 charged
  • Up to 20% discounts at various shops
  • Kwerkee storewise up to 50% discounts
[/benefit] [benefit type=”dining”]
  • Earn 1 point for every $1 charged
  • Up to 15% discounts at promoted restaurants
[/benefit] [benefit type=”entertainment”]
  • Earn 1 point for every $1 charged
  • WE Cinemas $S1 off on movie tickets
[/benefit] [benefit type=”other”]
  • Enjoy a 2-year fee waiver and free-for-life supplementary cards
  • Access up to 2x your monthly salary with the complimentary Salary Advance line of credit
  • EasyPay Instalment Plan
[/benefit]
60° Rewards Points Conversion Equivalent Cash Value to Pay Insurance Premiums
3,000 points
(minimum redemption)
$16.50
Subsequent 300 points $1.65

Review Summary and Card Conditions

  • Summary
  • Conditions
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  • Annual fee: S$180
  • Min. age: 21
  • Min. annual income: S$30,000
  • Min. annual income (foreigners): S$60,000
  • Fee waiver: 2 years
  • Interest: 24.455%
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