Standard Chartered Manhattan $500 Card

 

Standard Chartered MANHATTAN $500 Card

Cashback
0.25%

Credit Limit
$500

Review on Standard Chartered Manhattan $500 Card

Pros
Cash rebate on all spending has no min. spend
Credit limit to avoid overspending

Cons
Negligible cash rebate

 

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Credit Card Details Credit Card Details

Eligibility : $18,000 p.a. or students over 18 years old

Annual Card Fee : $32.10 (Waived for first year)

 

Cashback and Conditions Cashbacks and Conditions

Get 0.25% Cashback on all spending

 

Credit Limit Credit Limit

$500 credit limit a month

 

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