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BPI SkyMiles MasterCard


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18 month(s)

P45 Spent = 1 mile

BPI Ayala Malls Amore Visa Platinum


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18 month(s)

4 % shopping rebate

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Standard Chartered Priority Banking Visa Infinite Card


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18 month(s)

1.99%

P10 Spent = 1 point
P40 Spent = 1 mile

BPI Family Credit Card


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18 month(s)

2%

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Citibank Cash Back Card


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36 month(s)

6 % cashback

RCBC Bankard Classic MasterCard


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18 month(s)

P36 Spent = 1 point
1 % cashback

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RCBC Bankard Visa Infinite Card


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18 month(s)

5 % shopping rebate
P36 Spent = 1 point
1 % cashback

Security Bank MasterCard Platinum


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18 month(s)

P20 Spent = 1 point

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EastWest Bank Platinum MasterCard


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18 month(s)

P40 Spent = 1 point

Standard Chartered Infinity Standard Chartered Card


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18 month(s)

5 % cashback


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What is a credit card?


All credit cards work like a short term loan. When you pay for your holiday or new dishwasher with a credit card, you essentially borrow the money from the card issuer. You then settle the debt when you receive your monthly statement. You can either clear the debt in full, in which case you will usually pay no interest and the loan is free. Or you can pay off the balance in instalments to spread the cost. You would then normally be charged interest – and the rate could be as much as 19% or even higher.


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