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Gold standard in dining, shopping, travelling

Meet the ultimate cash back card that gives the biggest rewards for doing the things you love most. Introducing the HSBC Gold Visa Cash Back Credit Card, a dining, shopping, and travel companion that gives you instant cash back.

“Every year we think of a product that would address the evolving needs of our consumers,” says Kris Werner, HSBC Philippines Head of Retail Banking and Wealth Management. “It’s no surprise they love to dine, shop and travel. At HSBC, we found a way that would cater to these needs and provide a more satisfying reward.”

The HSBC Gold Visa Cash Back Credit Card offers the following: 5 percentcash back on dining transactions; 0.5 percent cash back on all other transactions (shopping, travelling, etc.); no minimum spend required; automatic crediting of rebates every calendar month; cash back cap of P1,200 monthly; three percent fuel rebate at participating Caltex stations; and acquisition incentive: first meal free (worth up to P 2,500).

(From left) Dan Wolbert, Head of Business Development Visa PH and Guam, Kris Werner SVP, Head of Retail Banking and Wealth Management and President and CEO, Wick Veloso

HSBC is addressing the growing need and demand for a card that offers customers an immediate cash rebate through its latest product. The new HSBC Gold Visa Cash Back Credit Card allows HSBC to complete its product suite and remain competitive in the market by offering a relevant and simple rewards program in the form of a cash back credit card.

The HSBC Gold Visa Cash Back Credit Card enables you to be a practical and sensible consumer, offering the best rebate for things that matter. Dining at your favourite restaurants, shopping at your preferred retail stores and travelling to your next destination has never made it more rewarding.

Visit www.hsbc.com.ph/cashback for more details.

Topics: HSBC Gold Visa Cash Back Credit Card

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