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ICBC Horoscope Credit Card Review

Earn cashback rebates and discounts when you dine at certain ICBC partners in Hong Kong with the ICBC Horoscope credit card.

If you often travel to Hong Kong, the ICBC Horoscope Credit Card could be worth considering. Its benefits include cash rebates which don’t have a limit or a minimum spend requirement. Plus, enjoy a range of other perks such as discounts on meals and birthday privileges.

Read on to find out more about the ICBC Horoscope Credit Card, including the main eligibility requirements of this card.

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Benefits of using the ICBC Horoscope Card

  • Cash rebates. Enjoy up to 3% in cash rebates as you spend on your ICBC Horoscope Visa Signature Card. Your rebate is worked out on a monthly basis, and there aren’t any conversion changes. Also, there’s no fixed cap on the amount you can earn.
  • Global VIP lounge service. Enjoy Global VIP lounge service at high-speed railway stations and airports

Features of the ICBC Horoscope Card

  • Unique card design. Enjoy a slick black card design that’s overlaid with your constellation pattern.
  • Contactless payments. Simply tap to pay at any card terminal that accepts Visa contactless payments.

How to apply for the ICBC Horoscope Card

To begin your application for this credit card, visit ICBC’s website. Before applying, you should make sure that you meet the eligibility criteria and have the correct documents close to hand.

Eligibility criteria

  • You must be aged 21 or above
  • There’s a minimum annual income of S$30,000

Required documents

The documents you may be asked for to complete your application include:

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