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Best credit cards for dining in Singapore 2017

Choosing where to eat is easy. Choosing the best credit card should be too.
Compare GoBear's three most popular dining credit cards.

uobyolo

UOB YOLO

  • 8% cash back on weekend dining
  • 3% cash back on weekday dining
  • Receive $80 cash credit when applying online by June 30th
  • Cash back is capped at $60 per month
  • Minimum spending of $600 per month for maximum cash back
  • Minimum spend of $600 in first month for $80 cash credit. For 1st 800 new-to-bank customers only.
  • Annual fee $192.60 waived for 1 year
  • Minimum income $30,000
horizonVisa

Maybank Horizon Visa Signature

  • 8x TREATS Points on dining spend 
  • Get a 2-piece Delsey Belfort Trolley case set worth $798
  • $20 Coffee Bean voucher by applying through GoBear
  • Minimum spending of $600 within 2 months to redeem luggage
  • Minimum spending of $300 for 8x TREATS points 
  • Annual fee $180 waived for 3 years
  • Minimum income $50,000
OCBC 365 Card

OCBC 365 Card

  • 6% cash back on weekend dining locally
  • 3% cash back on weekday dining locally and overseas dining worldwide
  • Get up to $70 savings when applying online by May 14th
  • Cash back is capped at $80 per month
  • Minimum spending of $600 per month for maximum cash back
  • Apply for OCBC 365 Card and any other OCBC card with minimum spend of $180 on OCBC 365 card to enjoy $70 savings
  • Annual Fee $192.60 waived for 2 years
  • Minimum income $30,000

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Good, better, best – Find the Right Credit Card

by: GoBear Team, written on Jan, 1 2017

If your wallet is bulging with plastic, it’s time to do a quick audit.


Do you remember all the benefits and rewards that come along with each card? Which one should you fish out for what perks? Are they all still relevant to your needs and wants?


You probably can’t recall all the details and I don’t blame you.


You see, at GoBear, I specialise in credit card comparison in Singapore. Back in the Netherlands where I come from, most credit cards don’t have annual fee waivers and I couldn’t care less about the reward points because there is none. A credit card is what is was originally created for: to stand in for cash before I get to the bank.


My research on Singapore’s credit card scene tells me a whole different story. In this holiday season, carrying three or more cards around is a local shopping protocol