OCBC Credit Cards

Compare the range of credit cards from OCBC including cash rebate, travel and rewards cards.

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Whether you are an online shopping buff, a householder looking for discounted groceries at your favourite mart or a frequent flyer; an OCBC Credit Card could have you covered.

Use this review to explore the unique features of the various OCBC Credit Cards, eligibility requirements and some common questions you might have before applying.

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What cards are available from OCBC?

A leading provider of premium banking services in Singapore, OCBC Bank also offers an impressive product line of credit cards with rewards backed by leading online merchants and stores in Singapore. Let’s take a closer look.

Reward cards

  • OCBC Titanium Rewards Credit Card

The OCBC Titanium Rewards Credit Card is an upgrade to the OCBC Titanium Credit Card, offering more rewards and greater cash back on purchases. Hence, whether you shop in Singapore or overseas, online or offline, you can earn 50 OCBC$ for every S$5 spent using the OCBC Titanium Rewards Card. The card comes with e-Commerce Protection ensuring safe online transactions for you.

The OCBC Titanium Rewards Credit Card is available in two colours – blue and pink for a more personalised look.

  • NTUC Plus! Visa Credit Card

If you are an existing NTUC member, you are eligible to apply for the NTUC Plus! Visa Card. This credit card is essentially a groceries rewards card that rewards you for your household shopping at NTUC Fairprice. The card also rewards you for spending at petrol stations such as Esso and Caltex and allows for discounted shopping at stationery store Popular.

  • OCBC Plus Visa Credit Card

Similar to the NTUC Plus Visa Card, the OCBC Plus Visa Card also offers rebates for grocery shopping at Fairprice, stationery shopping at Popular and buying petrol at Esso and Caltex.

In addition, the NTUC Plus! Visa Credit Card and the OCBC Plus Visa Credit Card also attract Link Points rebates at over 200 participating Plus! merchants. This translates into more savings on essential items to free up your cash for more.

  • OCBC Robinsons Group Credit Card

The OCBC Robinsons Group Credit Card attracts 5% rebate on Robinsons and Marks & Spencer purchases and lets you earn Robs$ for local or overseas shopping outside Robinsons and Marks & Spencer. You also get invited to members’ only sales and events to enhance your privileges as an OCBC Robinsons Group credit cardholder.

  • OCBC Arts Credit Card

Love watching movies, plays and concerts? The OCBC Arts Credit Card allows you to be a connoisseur of art without burning a hole in your pocket. Use the OCBC Arts Credit Card to get rebates on show tickets, priority booking for selected shows while also earning 15 OCBC$ per S$5 spent on SISTIC purchases.

  • OCBC Platinum Credit Card

The OCBC Platinum Card is a premium card that earns 5 OCBC$ for every dollar spent. It also offers exciting deals in travel bookings, dining out, and family fun activities and health and wellness events the whole year-round.

Use your OCBC Platinum Credit Card to get discounted tickets for Singapore’s hotspots such as the Gardens by the Bay. Let the Platinum Card assist you to be in the pink of health with discounts and 0% instalment payment plan on slimming, weight management and holistic skincare services.

  • OCBC BEST Denki Credit Card

This is the ultimate electronics card that allows you to save on electronic and appliance purchases. You get rewards for in-store purchase, up to 2.5% rebates the year round and special invites to member-only events.

The OCBC BEST Denki Credit Card also allows you to book extended warranty on your purchases for 5 years at a discounted price and book home-delivery of your buys when you spend S$200 in a single receipt.

Rebate cards

  • OCBC 365 Credit Card

The OCBC 365 Credit Card offers 6% cashback on weekend dining at selected food joints and on online purchases subject to a predefined limit. The card also attracts rebate in petrol stations.

The OCBC 365 Credit Card also allows cash back on eligible medical expenses at selected hospitals across the island, one of the select few credit cards to offer cash back on medical expenses.

Book air tickets with your OCBC 365 Credit Card to unlock its premium features such as complimentary travel personal accident insurance up to S$500,000 and up to S$400 coverage on baggage loss. Also enjoy a round-the-clock Visa Signature Concierge service with your OCBC 365 Credit Card.

  • OCBC Cashflo Credit Card

The OCBC Cashflo Credit card is an auto instalment card offering split monthly payments over 3 to 6 months with 0% interest. You can also enjoy up to 1% cash rebate on all spendings when you use the OCBC Cashflo Credit Card. Rebates are capped S$100 monthly.

  • FRANK Credit Card

The FRANK Credit card offers up to 6% rebates on online shopping from clothes, gadgets, travel deals and even Grab rides.

Not only that, but you also get to celebrate your shopping conquests with friends as the FRANK credit card brings with it up to 5% rebates at selected cafes, clubs, bars and cinema halls.

FRANK by OCBC Credit Card is part of a bigger package of banking and investment solutions for young adults who are ready to embark on a financial journey independently.

  • OCBC Great Eastern Credit Card

OCBC Great Eastern Cashflo Credit Card allows you to enjoy various health and wellness benefits.

Like the OCBC Cashflo Credit Card, your bills automatically get split in monthly instalments while earning a rebate on purchases. Additionally, the card allows you to pay for selected Great Eastern Life and Great Eastern General insurance plans.

Travel cards

  • OCBC Voyage Card

The OCBC Voyage Card is an exclusive travel reward credit card that allows you to earn Voyage Miles when you use it. You earn up to 1.3 voyage miles for every S$1 local spend and 2.3 voyage miles for every S$1 in foreign currency.

The Voyage Miles can be redeemed for flight tickets, cash or retail vouchers on branded luxury items. OCBC Voyage Cards are one of the few miles cards that allow this flexibility in redemption.

Also when booking with OCBC Voyage Card, you do not face travel blackout dates. Additionally, OCBC Voyage Miles never expire so you don’t have to worry about redeeming them before they lose their validity. You can also consider comparing the OCBC 90°N Card

What are the benefits of banking with OCBC?

  • The bank offers a diverse basket of rewards and cash rebate credit cards, backed by merchants VISA and MasterCard.
  • Secure online transactions for purchases made with OCBC Credit Cards are ensured through CardSecure.
  • Cash-on-Instalments allows you to convert your available credit limit into fixed monthly instalments of 12 to 60 months tenure. The funds can be deposited into your designated bank account.
  • You can enjoy several interest-free instalment plans at more than 1,000 merchant outlets across Singapore with OCBC Credit Cards.
  • It is possible to ask for an increase in your credit limit for greater financial flexibility. The limit can be raised temporarily in case of any requirement or permanently.
  • You can make use of Pay Lite, another feature of OCBC Credit Cards that allow you to split any OCBC Credit Card purchase of S$100 and above into interest-free, fixed monthly instalments of up to 24 months, making big purchases less burdensome.

How to apply for an OCBC credit card

Eligibility requirements:

  • You must be at least 21 years of age
  • You must have an annual income of S$30,000 and above, if Singaporean or Singapore PR.
    If you are a foreigner, you must have an annual income of S$45,000 and above.
  • In case applying for NTUC Visa Plus! Cards, you must be an existing NTUC Plus member.

Documents required for application:

  • For salaried persons: Latest computerised/ electronic payslip and Latest Income Tax Notice of Assessment or Latest 6 months’ CPF contribution history statement.
  • For self-employed: Latest computerised/electronic payslip And Latest Income Tax Notice of Assessment or Latest 12 months’ CPF contribution history statement.
  • For foreigners:
  • Employment Pass with at least 6-month validity, Latest Income Tax Notice of Assessment, a latest bank statement that shows salary crediting in the last month.
  • The application form and copies of documents can be submitted in person, mailed or faxed to any OCBC CC processing centre.
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Frequently asked questions

How can I get an annual fee waiver?

To earn an annual fee waiver for your OCBC Credit Card, you must spend a minimum of at least S$5,000 in one year, starting from the month after your Credit Card was issued.

What counts towards the minimum amount that you must spend on my card?

Retail transactions, monthly instalment Payment Plans and monthly PayLite instalments provided you have evidence of this on your annual statement.

What does not count towards the minimum amount I must spend on my credit card?

Cash-On-Instalments, cash advances, bank charges and any refunded amounts.

Who should I contact in case of a lost/stolen credit card?

You may call 1800 363 3333 (24 hours) for assistance to block your card.

How do I activate/deactivate my card?

An OCBC Credit Card can be activated or deactivated online by just entering details of the credit card and your personal details.

How do I activate/deactivate my card for overseas usage?

To make overseas purchase (over-the-counter) or withdraw cash using a credit card, you must activate magnetic stripe feature. To withdraw cash from a credit card linked with a bank account, activate overseas ATM withdrawal feature. These activation steps can be done via phone banking, mobile banking or online banking.

How do I check and redeem my OCBC$ rewards points?

You can check and redeem earned OCBC$ by mobile banking, online banking or phone banking. Simply check the reward you want to redeem, key in your card details and an OCBC$ Rewards voucher will be sent to you in 7 days.

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