With the Prudential Platinum Credit Card, earn Rewards Points that help take care of your insurance premiums. Start building a secure future for your family, while enjoying what each day brings.
Get up to $138 CashBack upon activation of eligible credit card. Terms and conditions apply.Apply now
Earn 1 point for every $1 charged, which can be used to offset your annual fee or redeem rewards.
Convert your points to offset your Prudential insurance premium payments.
Enjoy 2 years fee waiver and free-for-life supplementary cards when you apply today.
Offset Your Premiums
- Convert your Rewards Points to offset your Prudential insurance premium payments.
How it Works
|Rewards Points Conversion||Equivalent Cash Value to Pay Insurance Premiums|
|First 3,000 points
|Subsequent 300 points||$1.20|
The more you spend on your Prudential Platinum Credit Card, the more you save on your insurance premiums.
|Using your Prudential Platinum Credit Card||Amount Spent||360° Rewards Points Earned|
|Purchase a dress||$200||200 points|
|Dine at a restaurant||$100||100 points|
|Buy a travel package||$2,000||2,000 points|
|Insurance premiums||$200||200 points|
|Purchase a phone||$500||500 points|
|Total 360° Rewards Points earned||3,000 points|
|Redeem 3,000 points for premium redemption||Save on your next insurance premium||(3,000 points = $12 cash equivalent to pay your insurance premiums)|
|Actual payment of next insurance premium||$188 payable instead of $200 due to $12 offset|
Pay No Fees for 2 Years
Enjoy a 2-year fee waiver and free-for-life supplementary cards when you apply today.
- Supplementary cards are free as long as the principal card is valid.
24-hour Visa Platinum Concierge
Our concierge and customer service provide travel assistance, reservations, and shopping and gift services to help make life easier for you.
You also enjoy the following features:
- $1 spend = 1 point
- $192.60 w/GST
- 2 years
- Effective Interest Rate ("EIR"): 24.455% per annum (with effect from 1 November 2016, this will be revised to 25.9% per annum) (minimum).
- If payment is not made in full by the due date, finance charges will be calculated on a daily basis at the EIR indicated on your monthly statement on the outstanding balance from the statement date, and on all new transactions from the respective transaction dates (with effect from 1 November 2016, finance charges would instead be calculated on a daily basis at 0.071% from the respective transaction dates for all transactions to the date the payment is received).
Minimum Annual Income
Singaporean citizens and permanent residents:
- $30,000 p.a.
Foreigners with an Employment Pass:
- $60,000 p.a.
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