For the smart individual who knows his own mind, this Credit Card offers great savings and cash back* on fuel and telephone bills
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For the individual who knows his mind and his pocket, Standard Chartered’s Super Value Titanium credit card offers great savings and cash back* on fuel and telephone bills. We offer:

  • 5% cash back on fuel at all petrol pumps in India. You will receive 1% surcharge reversal and 4% cash back on the transaction amount at any petrol pump, be it BPCL, IOC, HPCL or Reliance
  • 5% cash back on all telecom payments including phone bills across all service providers, be it Vodafone, Airtel, MTNL , Reliance, BSNL or TATA Indicomm
  • 5% cash back on all utility bill payments, allowing you to save more on electricity, gas and water
  • Minimum transaction amount for cashback eligibility is INR 750
  • Maximum cashback per transaction is INR 100
  • Maximum cashback per month is INR 500
  • Maximum cashback for Fuel and Telecom transactions is Rs. 200 per month for each category
  • Maximum cashback for Utility transactions is Rs. 100 per month
Spend-to-rewards conversion: points / rebates
  • Rs.150 spend on all categories except fuel, telecom & utilities = 1 Rewards Points

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