CIMB offering S$330 cash for new credit card sign ups


From now till 2 April 2023, enjoy S$330 cash when you sign up for a new CIMB credit card via SingSaver.

From 15 March to 2 April 2023, new-to-bank CIMB credit card customers who apply through SingSaver can enjoy S$330 cash or an ErgoTune Supreme chair.

🎁 Sign-Up Gifts (Pick One)
  • S$330 cash
  • ErgoTune Supreme V3
*New-to-bank customers are defined as those who do not currently hold a principal CIMB card, and did not previously have a principal CIMB card that was closed in the past 12 months. Debit cards, supplementary cards and corporate cards do not count. 

A minimum spend of at least S$988 within 60 days of approval is required. 

Which CIMB cards are eligible?

Applications for the following cards via any of the links in this article will be eligible for the offer.

Card Income Req. Annual Fee
CIMB Visa Signature
S$30K None
CIMB World Mastercard
S$30K None
CIMB Visa Infinite
S$120K None

All CIMB cards are free for life for both principal and supplementary cardholders.

Applications must be received by 2 April 2023 and cards must be approved by 2 May 2023. Be sure to monitor your inbox for any emails from CIMB; based on my experience last month they may require additional documentation, and delayed submission will affect your approval date and hence eligibility for the offer. 

Once again, take note that this promotion is for new-to-bank customers only; existing customers will not receive any gift.

For context, we previously saw CIMB offering S$300 cash in February 2023 and S$350 cash in November 2022.

Application Steps

  1. Apply through any of the links in this article
  2. You will be directed to a SingSaver landing page. Enter your email address and click “confirm”
  3. Complete your application and take a screenshot of the Application Reference Number (for CIMB, this is 8 alphanumeric characters, e.g. 1-xxxxxxx)
  4. Fill in the SingSaver rewards form that will be sent to your email. It’s vital you fill in the form. No form, no reward. 

You’ll be able to indicate your choice of gift in the rewards form if applicable.

Qualifying Spend

The approved card must be activated and a minimum qualifying spend of S$988 charged in the first 60 days from approval. 

Qualifying spend excludes the following (refer to the T&Cs for the full list):

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

Gift Fulfillment

Gifts will be fulfilled by SingSaver within four months of meeting the qualifying criteria. The reason for the long delay is the need to confirm the qualifying criteria with the bank. If you’re not comfortable with this timeline, please don’t apply; you’re just going to get annoyed with the wait. 

Cash gifts will be fulfilled by PayNow, while merchandise will need to be collected at a specified redemption centre. 

Any enquiries about gift fulfillment should be sent to

Terms and Conditions

The full T&Cs can be found here. 


While CIMB cards aren’t something a miles chaser would use for everyday spend, it’s hard to argue with a S$330 cash rebate on S$988 spend- the biggest offer we’ve seen so far in 2023. 

CIMB does take their time with card approvals in my experience, so I’d recommend applying as early as possible if this is something you’re interested in. Don’t forget to apply via the correct links and fill up the rewards redemption form in order for your gift to be processed correctly. 

Aaron Wong
Aaron Wong
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Can foreigners apply for CIMB cards? Last time I check they are not eligible.

Gideon S

was wondering the same thing…Income requirements for CIMB cards mentions the following: “Min. annual income (Singaporean/Singapore PR): S$30,000″ so guess it still is only for SCs/PRs but would be great if someone could confirm.


I guess the only downside here is that you have to become a CIMB customer 😆


There’s more upside than downside as a customer for more than 15 years. Reasonable interest on savings & FD. But I don’t use the credit card much 😉


PSA – they have a requirement to hold the card for one year. Just tried to cancel a card I signed up for 6 months ago and the CSO informed me as such.


Payment thru cardup consider as qualifying spend?