MoneySmart Says

Hang Seng enJoy Card offers 1% enJoy Dollars (HK$200 = $2 enJoy Dollars) for your spending. enJoy Dollars can be used in selected merchants to offset transactions. Cardholders can even earn Merchant Dollars at Designated Merchants. Merchants Dollars can be used together with enJoy Dollars at Designated Merchants to offset spending.

HK$150,000
Min. Annual Salary
1%
Cash back on local spend
2.4%
Cash back on overseas spend

Bank Promo

From 6 April to 7 June 2020, simply spend with your Hang Seng Credit Card at Marathon Sports, GigaSports and Catalog in Hong Kong, and Marathon Sports or Catalog online stores to enjoy the special offers

Valid till 07 Jun 2020

More Details
  • Up to 50% off selected items
  • Make a single net purchase of HKD690 on 2 items or above to get a HKD50 Shopping Gift Voucher for next purchase
  • Make a single net purchase of HKD950 on 2 items or above to get a Crocs Travel Bag
  • Starting from the month of successful registration until 30 June 2020, you can earn up to 4% Cash Dollars rebate* for online purchase at Marathon Sports or Catalog online stores.

Quick Facts

Get the maximum value by

spending at merchants under the Jardine Matheson Group, including 7-Eleven, Wellcome and Starbucks etc.

Good for

frequent diners in Maxim's and Jardine's and would pay attention to expiry date of the points earned

Categories to maximise this card

spending at partner merchants

What people use it for

spending at partner merchants

Get if

you are a frequent shopper at participating merchants partnered with enJoy Card

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