RHB Launches Tokyo 2020 Limited Edition RHB Visa Cash Back And Rewards Credit Cards
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RHB has introduced two new limited-edition credit cards in conjunction with the upcoming 2020 Olympic Games in Tokyo: the Tokyo 2020 Limited Edition RHB Visa Cash Back Credit Card, and the Tokyo 2020 Limited Edition RHB Visa Rewards Credit Card.

Both card faces feature the Tokyo 2020 symbol, a wreath of Japan’s famous cherry blossoms, hovering above the Olympic’s trademark interlocking rings. The Tokyo 2020 Limited Edition RHB Visa Cash Back displays the friendly cartoon figure of Miraitowa, the official Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games mascot, featured against a wooden background. Meanwhile, the  Rewards card swings for a more striking aesthetic with a black backdrop and imposing ninja in the foreground.

These themed credit cards are essentially limited-edition versions of RHB’s existing RHB Cash Back Credit Card and RHB Rewards Credit Card, which together make up the RHB Dual Credit Cards. As such, the RHB Tokyo Limited Edition credit cards offer the same benefits as their original counterparts.

rhb card--tokyo2020_cashback

The Tokyo 2020 Limited Edition RHB Visa Cash Back Credit Card offers tiered cashback of up to RM10 per category for five categories: Online Dining & Grocery Delivery, Petrol, Dining, Utilities, and Groceries. Other retail spend garners 0.2% cashback with no cap. Depending on how much you spend in a month, you can get between 0.2% to 10% cashback for the selected cashback categories.

Monthly Total Spend ·       Online Dining & Grocery Delivery ·       Petrol

·       Dining

·       Utilities

·       Groceries

Other Retail Spend
RM1–RM999.99 0.2% 0.2% 0.2%
RM1,000–RM1,999.99 1% 1% 0.2%
RM2,000–RM2,499.99 2% 2% 0.2%
RM2,500 and above 10% 5% 0.2%

rhb card--tokyo2020_rewards

Meanwhile, the Tokyo 2020 Limited Edition RHB Visa Rewards Credit Card offers varying amounts of rewards points on cinema entertainment, overseas, online, health, insurance, shopping, and other spend.

Categories Rewards Points
Cinema entertainment 10x
Overseas 4x
Online 3x
Health 2x
Insurance 2x
Shopping 2x
Others 1x

Both credit cards are available to those who earn a minimum income of RM24,000 per annum and there is an annual fee waiver for the first year. After the first year, the annual fee is RM70 for the Tokyo 2020 Limited Edition RHB Visa Cash Back Credit Card and RM200 for the Tokyo 2020 Limited Edition RHB Visa Rewards Credit Card, with a waiver if you spend RM10,000 in a year.

So, if you’re a sucker for collectibles and are thinking of getting a new credit card, consider adding these two limited-edition cards to your name. You can find out more about the Tokyo 2020 Limited Edition RHB Visa Cash Back Credit Card and the Tokyo 2020 Limited Edition RHB Visa Rewards Credit Card here.

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KK
1 year ago

is the Ninja Credit card stil available?

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