OCBC 90°N offering up to S$150 cashback for new sign-ups

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Till 30 June, sign up for an OCBC 90°N Card and get S$50-150 cashback with a min. spend of S$1,000. Existing OCBC cardmembers eligible too.

OCBC has launched a new sign-up offer for the 90°N Card, which runs till 30 June 2021. New 90°N cardholders can receive S$50 to S$150 of cashback, with a minimum spend of S$1,000. 

What’s interesting is that OCBC has also extended this offer to existing OCBC cardholders- something you don’t see every day.

OCBC 90°N sign-up offer

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This offer runs from 25 May to 30 June 2021, with both applications and approvals needing to fall within this window. 

New cardholders who make a minimum qualifying spend of at least S$1,000 during the qualifying spend period will receive a S$50-150 cash rebate as follows:

New to Bank
Do not have any existing relationship with OCBC Bank
New to Card
Do not have any OCBC credit card now, or in the past 12 months prior to 25 May 2021
Existing to Card
Have existing OCBC credit card (or cancelled one in past 12 months prior to 25 May 2021)

The qualifying spend period ranges from 1-2 months, depending on when your card is approved. 

Card Approval MonthQualifying Spend Period
May 20211 May – 30 June 2021
June 20211 June – 31 July 2021

In an ideal world, you’d apply as close as possible to the start of the month, to give yourself the most time to hit the minimum spend. However, since OCBC is running a “first X” style promotion, you don’t want to wait till June rolls round to apply. 

Eligible cardmembers will receive the cash rebate within two months from the end of the relevant qualifying spend period, i.e 31 August 2021 or 30 September 2021, depending on when your card is approved. 

The full T&C of this offer can be found here

How is qualifying spending defined?

The S$1,000 minimum spend includes all retail transactions (either in-person or online), excluding the list found in 1.5 and 1.6 of the  90°N Card’s T&Cs. 

The key exclusions to take note are: 

  • Charitable donations
  • Education expenses
  • Government transactions
  • GrabPay top-ups
  • Hospitals
  • Insurance premiums
  • Utilities bills

Do remember that your spending must post to the card by the end of the qualifying spend period. There may be a gap of a couple of days between spending and posting, so don’t leave it till the last minute!

In Brief: OCBC 90°N Card

The OCBC 90°N Card earns 1.2 mpd on local spend and 2.1 mpd on overseas spend, with non-expiring miles and free transfers to KrisFlyer (starting from just 1,000 miles). It’s a solid general spending card, although would-be applicants should take note of its S$5 rounding policy, lack of lounge access and the fact it only partners with KrisFlyer. 

For a full review, check out the post below.

Review: OCBC 90°N Card


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We don’t often see acquisition offers for the OCBC 90°N Card, much less one for existing customers, so if you’ve been on the fence about this one, it might be an opportunity for you.

The main annoyance is the “first X” condition, which means you’ll want to apply and spend as soon as possible (the offer just went live today). 

Aaron Wong
Aaron founded The Milelion to help people travel better for less and impress chiobu. He was 50% successful.

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OCBC is now being a carbon copy of UOB.

First the $5 blocks, now first X promos.


As long as UOB doesn’t copy OCBC and refuse to waive annual fees unless >$10K spent.


I like the OCBC system of a transparent spend goal and automatic waiver if you hit it.


Remember several years ago when OCBC ran the “Stay True” campaign? 🤣


Mine’s sitting unused in my wallet, waiting for them to decline a fee waiver at which point it goes in the bin.



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