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|Standard Chartered Credit Card||Benefits||Min. Annual Salary|
|Standard Chartered Asia Miles Credit Card||Official Asia Miles co-branded credit card that lets you earn miles (directly credited into your account)||HK$96,000|
|Standard Chartered Simply Cash Credit Card||Earn 1.5% cash back with no minimum spending requirement and no cap||HK$96,000|
|Standard Chartered Platinum Credit Card||Earn 1 reward point for every HK$1 spent; points never expire||HK$150,000|
|Standard Chartered UnionPay Dual Currency Platinum Credit Card||Dual currency credit card that lets you pay in RMB or HKD with no extra fees||HK$96,000|
One of the key selling points of Standard Chartered credit cards is the variety of attractive lifestyle promotions for all cardholders. These are offered in multiple categories including dining, shopping, travel, and health. Some year-round highlights are:
All Standard Chartered customers can earn rewards with all eligible credit card spending. Depending on the credit card you choose, you’ll earn either Asia Miles (with the Standard Chartered Asia Miles card), cashback, or 360° Rewards Points. Gifts and rewards can be redeemed via their online platform or via phone (restrictions apply - can only redeem air miles and cash.)
Credit cards are so much more than just a payment method these days - we also want them to add value to our lives with unique practical benefits. Here are three of Standard Chartered’s best credit card features to utilize:
As with every other bank, annual fees aren’t the only fees you need to look out for when you get a Standard Chartered credit card. Here are three other common (but often avoidable) credit card fees.
Standard Chartered has a number of enquiry hotlines. For credit card holders, the most important one to save to your address book is the one for lost or stolen credit cards: (852) 2282 1533. For general enquiries such as following up on your credit card application, you can call the Standard Chartered Credit Card 24-Hour Customer Service Hotline at (852) 2886-4111. Alternatively, try the Standard Chartered Banking Service Hotline at (852) 2886-8888 for other banking-related enquiries, including ATM cards. If your enquiry is not urgent, you can also chat with Standard Chartered’s chatbot Stacy at the bottom right corner of your SC Mobile banking app. She “speaks” both English and Chinese.