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Maybank Family & Friends Card

One of the top picks for Credit Cards with money rewards by The Sunday Times*

Enjoy greater savings with this cash back Credit Card that offers one of the highest cash rebates for your daily essentials across Singapore and Malaysia.

  • Annual Fees:

    Principal: S$180 (First 3 Years Free)

    Supplementary: Free

  • Minimum Requirement:

    S$30,000

Promotion


Best cash back card promotion

Apply Now & Get S$100 Cash Credit

Simply apply for a new Maybank Credit Card and CreditAble, and charge to your Credit Card and withdraw from your CreditAble Account a minimum of S$250 for each of the first two consecutive months upon approval.

Terms and Conditions apply.

Benefits

Enjoy the best cash rebates when you shop at these selected categories


One of the top picks for Credit Cards with money rewards by The Sunday Times!*

 

Enjoy up to 8% Cash Rebates All-Year Round
best groceries card

Groceries
in Singapore and Malaysia

  • Grocery store, supermarkets and online grocery shopping

Fast Food & Food Delivery
in Singapore and Malaysia

  • Fast Food Restaurants
  • Deliveroo
  • Foodpanda

Transport and Petrol
in Singapore and Malaysia

  • Bus and train rides
  • Petrol station
  • Ride-hailing services and passenger transportation services

Data Communication & Online
TV Streaming

  • Starhub
  • Singtel
  • M1 Limited
  • Circle.Life
  • MyRepublic
  • Netflix
  • Other telecommunication, pay television, cable and radio services
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Learning & Retail

  • Popular
  • Toys "R" Us
  • Yamaha Music
   

 

*Source: The Sunday Times: Credit cards with the best money rewards, 14 June 2020

How the cash rebates work
Minimum monthly spend Cash rebates on selected merchants

S$800

8%
(up to monthly cash rebate cap of S$80)

S$500 - S$799

5%

S$0 - S$499

0.3%

 

  • 0.3% cash rebates apply to all other spend on non-selected categories.
  • After reaching the monthly cash rebates cap, 0.3% cash rebates apply on further spending that month.

Other Benefits


Enjoy S$0 Admin Fee For SMRT Taxi Rides with your Maybank Family & Friends Card

Valid till 31 December 2020

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More promotions and deals here!

 

Fees & Charges


Principal Card:  S$180 (First 3 years free)

Supplementary Card:  Free

Eligibility


Age: 21 and above

Annual Income

  • S$30,000 for Singapore Citizens or Singapore Permanent Residents
  • S$45,000 for Malaysia Citizens, in employment for at least 1 year
  • S$60,000 for other nationalities, in employment for at least 1 year

Requirements


Full-time Employee

  • Photocopy of NRIC (front and back) AND
  • Either of your:
    • Latest 12 months of CPF contribution history¹
    • Latest computerised payslip
    • Latest Income Tax Notice of Assessment²

 

Self-Employed / Full-Commission Earner

  • Photocopy of NRIC (front and back)
  • Latest 2 years of Income Tax Notice of Assessment²

 

Commission/ Variable Income Earner

  • Photocopy of NRIC (front and back)
  • Either of your:
    • Latest 12 months of CPF contribution history¹
    • Latest 3 months of computerised payslip
    • Latest Income Tax Notice of Assessment²

 

Additional documents for foreigners

  • Valid passport
  • Employment Pass with at least 6 months validity
  • Utilities bill or bank statement with residential address
  • Company letter stating proof of employment of at least 1 year

 

¹ You can print your latest 12 months CPF Contribution History Statement using your SingPass via https://www.cpf.gov.sg/members. If your monthly income exceeds S$6,000, submit your latest Income Tax Notice of Assessment or computerised payslip instead, for proper maximum credit limit calculations.

² Print your Income Tax Notice of Assessment at myTax Portal using your SingPass or IRAS PIN.

 

Please allow 14 business days for processing, and application is subject to approval. Note that incomplete forms or missing documents will delay processing. The Bank reserves the right to request for more documents. Should the income documents you submit reflect a lower earned income than what was previously declared, the bank reserves the right to adjust the current credit limit to reflect the prevailing earned income.