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Singapore : Credit Card – Movie Discount

A post made on SGsearchsite provides valuable information on the credit card promotions offered for movies in Singapore. An extract from the post as of now is as follows:


SG Credit Card

Movie Discount

Cathay

Eng Wah

Golden Village

DBS Credit Cards

(Live Fresh DBS Visa pay/Wave Platinum Card)

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S$8.50 on weekends (Fri, Sat, Sun, eve of P.H. & P.H.) and S$6.50 from Mon-Thu

(Valid till 31 Dec 2011 – More Details)

DBS/POSB Credit Cards

(All)

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S$7 from Mon-Thu (excl. eve of P.H. & P.H.) and S$8.50 on Fri-Sun (incl. eve of P.H. & P.H.)

(Valid till 31 Dec 2013 – More Details)

HSBC Credit Cards

(All)

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S$75/card with a stored credit value of 10 GV movie tickets redeemable on both weekdays & weekends

(More Details)

OCBC Credit Cards

(All)

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S$8 on weekends (Fri, Sat, Sun, eve of P.H. & P.H., Sneaks & Openings) and S$7 from Mon-Thu. Min. 2 Tickets.

(Valid till 30 Apr 2012 – More Details)

S$8.50 on weekends (Fri, Sat, Sun, eve of P.H. & P.H.) and S$7 from Mon-Thu

(Valid till 30 Apr 2012 – More Details)

UOB Credit Cards

(All)

S$6.50 ($7 for blockbuster title) for weekdays (Mon-Thu, Fri/eve of P.H. before 5pm), S$8.50 ($9 for blockbuster title) for weekends (Sat, Sun, P.H. & Fri/eve of P.H. after 5pm)

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UOB Credit Cards

(Visa Platinum, Visa Signature and Visa Infinite)

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4 GV movie tickets for the price of 3 on Fri, Sat & Sun (online booking only)

(Valid till 1 Jan 2012 – More Details)


SG Credit Card

Movie Discount

Shaw Cinema

Eng Wah (Suntec Only)

Amex Cards

(All)

$2 off a pair of tickets on weekends (Fri-Sun)

(Valid till 31 Dec 2011 – More Details)

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ANZ Credit Cards

(All)

Get S$1.50 off per ticket with purchase of 2 tickets

(Valid till 28 Feb 2011 – More Details)

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UOB Credit Cards

(All)

S$7 for weekdays (Mon-Thu, Fri/eve of P.H. before 5pm) with min. 1 pair charged

(Valid till 31 Dec 2011 – More Details)

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Maybank Credit Cards

(eVibes)

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1-for-1 movie tickets (Mon-Fri before 6pm)

(Valid till 30 Apr 2012 – More Details)

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Maybank Credit Cards

(eCard Platinum and MasterCard Platinum)

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S$6.50 on weekends (Fri, Sat, Sun, eve of P.H. & P.H.) and S$4.50 from Mon-Thu

(Valid till 31 Oct 2011 – More Details)

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