One of the benefits that OCBC VOYAGE cardholders enjoy is a complimentary airport limo transfer when they spend a minimum of $3K in a month. Cardholders can earn up to two free limo transfers a month, which they must utilize within three months.
OCBC is now offering VOYAGE cardholders an alternative way of unlocking an airport transfer by spending a minimum of $1.5K in FCY in a month. Cardholders can opt to qualify for a limo by whichever option is more beneficial to them.
The T&C of the new limo offering can be found here.
Here’s how this measures up to other cards on the market:
|Card||Qualifying Spend (QS)||Rides per QS||Max Uses|
|UOB PRVI Miles AMEX||S$1K FCY spend per quarter (excludes online)||2||2 per quarter, 8 per year|
|Citi Prestige||S$12K spend per quarter||2||2 per quarter, 8 per year|
|HSBC Visa Infinite||S$2K spend per month||1 (2 free per year, 4 free for HSBC Premier customers)||24 per year (includes free trips)|
|Maybank Visa Infinite||S$3K spend per month||2||8 per year|
|OCBC VOYAGE||S$3K spend per month (S$5K from 1 Jun 20)||1||2 per month|
The OCBC VOYAGE card is currently offering 2.4 mpd on foreign currency spending until 31 Dec 2019, which makes it one of the best cards to use in this category.
In a few day’s time, Citibank plans to increase the airport limo spending requirement on the Citi Prestige card by more than 13X. I’m still struggling to get over how ridiculous an increase that is.
This ludicrous change means that in my opinion, the Citi Prestige for all intents and purposes no longer offers an airport limo benefit.
In light of that, it’s good to know that not every bank is moving in the same direction.