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‘Maybankard 2 Cards’ with 5% Cash Rebate

25th January, 2011

in Credit Card

Maybankard 2 Cards offers two credits cards together to a card members with one signup. They will issued an American Express and a MasterCard credit card together and have a choice of Gold and Platinum.

With Maybankard 2 Cards, card members will enjoy the lowest finance charge of 8.88% per annum on outstanding balance and only a RM50 service tax charge for the two cards.

The other main benefits of Maybankard 2 Cards are;

  • Lowest finance charge of 8.88% per annum.
  • RM50 service tax charge for the two cards.
  • 5x TreatsPoints for every Ringgit spent on Maybankard 2 American Express Card and 1x TreatsPoint on Maybankard 2 MasterCard Card in Malaysia or anywhere else in the world.
  • 5% Weekend cash back when spend on Maybankard 2 American Express Card. A cap of RM50 per customer (Principal Cardmember) per month.
  • Lifetime Fee Waiver with complimentary supplementary cards.
  • Platinum cards will have added privileges of travel insurance coverage, retail protection and platinum assist services including year round golfing privileges in some of the most prestigious courses in Malaysia and the region.

The cards are available to Malaysians and expatriates with a minimum annual income of RM60,000 for platinum and RM30,000 for gold.

For more information kindly browse to Maybank website,

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{ 10 comments… read them below or add one }

ck5354 January 25, 2011 at 8:47 pm

compare to OCBC titanium card, I still think OCBC is better.

What do you think?

Planning to apply OCBC titanium card since CIMB direct access no longer give 2% rebate on petrol.

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iMarx January 26, 2011 at 12:18 am

Is the 5% Cash Rebate on weekends applicable on any purchases or just “selected” shops ?

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1-million-dollar-blog January 26, 2011 at 12:41 am

ck5354,

It’s not much different as monthly cap for both cards are RM50. OCBC just better due to flexibility. No need to spend on weekend & many merchant accept mastercard when compare to AMEX.

iMarx,

I believe it is applicable to any merchant as they do specify it in the product disclosure.

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Khairi January 26, 2011 at 3:29 pm

I just applied for Petronas visa card. 5 treat points spent at petronas. last time I used 2 cards, maybank visa and mastercard, but the charges were terrible. already terminated one.

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iMarx January 26, 2011 at 9:34 pm

What are the differences between the platinum and gold cards, besides the entry requirements and the credit limits ?

Anything the platinum card holders get that the gold card holders don’t ?

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1-million-dollar-blog January 27, 2011 at 3:00 pm

iMarx,

The most notable different is the look at the card. Platinum will be prestigious. Other than that platinum will have higher starting credit limit & it offer better more perks such as traveling insurance, free or cheaper golf package.

Some banks such as Alliance banks offer higher cash rebate for platinum cards. Other banks may have different benefits.

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star February 12, 2011 at 12:51 pm

I just got my maybankard 2 card and activate it already, but i cannot pay bills online in the maybank2u using the amex, they just allow pay by visa. did u encounter this problem?

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1-million-dollar-blog February 12, 2011 at 4:36 pm

star,

I don’t have this card. Maybe they not allow paying bills by using AMEX. The best is to check with Customer Service.

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Jt February 18, 2012 at 11:05 am

I have a question. The 5% rebate is cap at rm50 p/mth. When the term say per month does it mean regardless my cut off date on billing, it is purely base on each month spend? Eg. If my cut off date is 21st feb, if I spend 1k before 21 on same month and after 21 for another 1k, (both spending in feb) – will I get rebate rm50 on march invoice & also on April invoice since i spend after my cut off. Anyone can confirm? Thanks

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mb July 7, 2012 at 8:36 am

Rebate will be calculated base on spending done in the whole month , regardles of cutoff billing date.. any outstanding balance or that month statement will automatically deducted will the rebate.

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