Earn up to 10X UNI$ per S$5 spend on:
(i) overseas transactions* (including online); and
(ii) petrol and contactless transactions*;
with minimum overseas spend of S$1,000 and local spend of S$1,000 respectively per statement period, capped at UNI$4,000.
Card transactions made overseas but effected in Singapore dollars will be treated as transactions in Singapore dollars and will earn UNI$1 for every S$5 spent.
|Type of Spend
||Earn up to 10X UNI$ per S$5 spend
(on overseas, petrol and/or contactless spend*)
|Overseas spend (in foreign currency)||S$1,000||UNI$2,000 10X|
|Local spend on petrol (excluding SPC and Shell)||S$500||UNI$1,000 10X|
|Local spend on dining (using Visa payWave or mobile payment)||S$300||UNI$600 10X|
|Local spend on groceries (using Visa payWave or mobile payment)||S$200||UNI$400 10X|
|Total Monthly Spend Overseas||S$1,000||UNI$2,000|
|Total Monthly Spend Locally||S$1,000||UNI$2,000|
*UOB Visa Signature Cardmembers will earn UNI$ for every S$5 spent:
(i) UNI$10 for every S$5 spent on transactions in foreign currencies, including online transactions in foreign currencies (with payment gateway outside Singapore), subject to a minimum foreign currencies spend of S$1,000 per statement period. Online transactions in Singapore Dollars or in foreign currencies at merchants with payment gateway in Singapore will earn UNI$1 for every S$5 spent;
(ii) UNI$10 for every S$5 spent on petrol (excluding SPC and Shell and provided that the merchant falls under 5541 of the Merchant Category Code (MCC)) and contactless transactions (excluding UOB$ merchants), subject to a minimum local spend of S$1,000 in total, per statement period; and/or
(iii) UNI$1 for every S$5 spent on all other transactions.
The maximum number of UNI$ Cardmembers can earn in each statement period for all spending in foreign currencies (including online transactions in foreign currencies), petrol and with contactless payment, should they qualify, is capped at UNI$4,000. Spend exclusions apply. For the avoidance of doubt, contactless transactions exclude any Magnetic Secure Transmission Transactions, all transactions at SPC Service Stations and Shell Service Stations, UOB$ participating merchants and SimplyGo (ABT) transactions performed on public bus and train readers.
Effective 16 March 2020, UNI$ will no longer be awarded for selected transactions such as insurance payments, Grab mobile wallet top-ups, wire transfers, payments to Non-Financial Institutions (such as crypto-currencies etc), quasi-cash and more. For the avoidance of doubt, all other Grab transactions will continue to be eligible for awarding of UNI$.
With effect from 1 February 2021, UNI$ will no longer be awarded for Transactions involving payments to hospitals, automobile parking lots and garages.
With effect from 1 March 2022, UNI$ will no longer be awarded for transactions with transaction descriptions "TRANSIT*" and "AMAZE* TRANSIT*".
With effect from 1 August 2022, UNI$ will no longer be awarded for payments to IPAYMY, RWS-LEVY, SMOOVE PAY, SINGPOST – SAM, and Razer Pay and payments for utilities.
For details, please refer to the revised terms and conditions.
Previously known as UOB SMART$ Rebate Programme, the new UOB$ Rebate Programme allows you to earn instant cashback all year round for every UOB Cards transaction made at participating merchants.
- Up to 10% cashback - Get UOB$ cashback on all purchases in-store at participating outlets.
- Automatically offset your spend - Use your earned UOB$ on your next bill at the same merchant.
- Over 1,000 participating merchants - Earn UOB$ across all categories islandwide.
Visit here for details.
Enjoy the following benefits* when you travel with UOB Visa Signature Card:
- Public Conveyance Personal Accident coverage of S$500,000
- Emergency Medical Assistance, Evacuation & Repatriation coverage up to S$50,000 due to an accident or illness (including due to COVID-19).
Click here to activate the Complimentary Travel Insurance for your trip (at least 5 working days before departure).
*The specific details applicable to this insurance are set out in the Insurance Certificate and Agreement which is the operative document. Terms, conditions and exclusions apply. Please seek advice from a qualified advisor if in doubt.