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Sep 18, 20, 12:44 am
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Posted By CX HK

What cards are you holding currently? Or you...

What cards are you holding currently? Or you don't mind opening new cards?
Sep 9, 20, 12:07 am
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Posted By CX HK

$10,000 on mobile payments is quite generous...

$10,000 on mobile payments is quite generous especially since it seems Red is included? E.g. for groceries: You get 5% from this offer, 2% from basic super market offers and then an additional $50...
Sep 8, 20, 8:46 pm
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Posted By CX HK

You will not. As soon as the transaction shows up...

You will not. As soon as the transaction shows up on your statement (in order for you to be even able to pay for it with RC), you will have received the RC from it.
Sep 1, 20, 6:29 am
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Posted By CX HK

Many people enjoy the miles / cash back they got...

Many people enjoy the miles / cash back they got from PayMe. It was quite lucrative back when the limit was $5000.
Aug 31, 20, 7:10 pm
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Posted By CX HK

It seems that HSBC Red card is also included in...

It seems that HSBC Red card is also included in this promotion this time.
Aug 14, 20, 3:47 am
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Posted By CX HK

1. Get a SCB Asia Miles MasterCard and link it up...

1. Get a SCB Asia Miles MasterCard and link it up to HSBC PayMe; this is only $2000 per month tho
2. https://www.citibank.com.hk/english/credit-cards/payall.html
Aug 11, 20, 4:53 am
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Posted By CX HK

I see, thanks for sharing. Does Prestige...

I see, thanks for sharing.

Does Prestige have the offset offer where 250 Citi points = $1 HKD? If they do, it seems to be a good deal because they give 12 points per dollar spent, effectively...
Aug 11, 20, 4:37 am
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Posted By CX HK

Percy, is the $3800 fee worth it for a new user...

Percy, is the $3800 fee worth it for a new user like me? I am thinking of using Citi Prestige as my sole AM card, but this would be my only annual fee card.
Aug 10, 20, 9:14 am
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Posted By CX HK

The annoying thing in HK is that you must call...

The annoying thing in HK is that you must call and wait for an agent to speak to you before you can waive these fees. And with multiple cards, it becomes easier to lose track of.
Aug 9, 20, 10:05 pm
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Posted By CX HK

Yeah, it's a great deal. But apparently the...

Yeah, it's a great deal. But apparently the annual fee cannot be waived? It's a hefty $1800 fee I believe and it would take a lot of use for the fee to be worth it.
Aug 7, 20, 9:02 pm
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Posted By CX HK

I wish HSBC would break it down so that each...

I wish HSBC would break it down so that each transaction you know how many RC you earned. Would save us a lot of trouble.
Aug 5, 20, 7:30 pm
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Posted By CX HK

T&C changes for red card effective on 12 Sept...

T&C changes for red card effective on 12 Sept 2020 states that "transactions is made with a Credit Card in an e-wallet" will no longer be eligible for any cash rebate. Unclear if this refers to...
Jul 27, 20, 10:52 am
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Posted By CX HK

We should be happy with 4% consistently with no...

We should be happy with 4% consistently with no cap. We have become too spoiled :D
Jul 25, 20, 9:33 pm
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Posted By CX HK

Cathay and Swire will also do some behind the...

Cathay and Swire will also do some behind the scenes negotiating and lobbying. Navigating the conflicting interests of Hong Kong, the US, and China is an impossible task. Swire is one of the most...
Jul 21, 20, 10:47 am
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Views: 3,062
Posted By CX HK

Heard a rumor that any layoffs will be after...

Heard a rumor that any layoffs will be after LegCo elections, whenever that is (a hidden condition of the govt bailout).
Jul 3, 20, 12:23 am
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Posted By CX HK

I *think* it depends on the merchant; I've used...

I *think* it depends on the merchant; I've used PayPal a few times and it has always given me 4%.
Jul 1, 20, 8:19 pm
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Posted By CX HK

600/12000 is 5%, and then add this on top of your...

600/12000 is 5%, and then add this on top of your regular rate and it is superior to Red card for local online transactions.
Jul 1, 20, 3:08 am
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Posted By CX HK

Important to note: Eligible transactions are...

Important to note: Eligible transactions are purchases made in Hong Kong dollars with an eligible credit card with a minimum net spending amount of HK$500 each at local merchants in Hong Kong during...
Jun 23, 20, 9:24 am
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Posted By CX HK

Historic CX CEO's

Slightly random, but came across a list of CEO's of CX on Wikipedia; was incomplete, so was looking to maybe fill it in if possible. Does anyone have any contributions to make to the list below?

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Jun 12, 20, 10:35 am
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Posted By CX HK

I see. Thanks all for your inputs. Interesting to...

I see. Thanks all for your inputs. Interesting to see that while it is possible, it is not quite known whether this happens at all. I for one do agree that it is helpful for the local embassy to know...
Jun 11, 20, 8:37 pm
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Views: 1,804
Posted By CX HK

Interesting. So I suppose the US Embassy doesn't...

Interesting. So I suppose the US Embassy doesn't care about how many citizens come in and don't ask for the list on a regular basis. However, if they were to request it, would they be able to get...
Jun 11, 20, 9:13 am
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Posted By CX HK

Does the local embassy receive a daily/weekly list of citizens entering?

Pretty much self explanatory; if you enter say Japan using an American passport, will the American Embassy receive a list of passport holders who have entered on a regular basis? Or they have no idea...
Jun 11, 20, 8:26 am
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Posted By CX HK

Another article on the Cathay "bailout", another...

Another article on the Cathay "bailout", another emphasis from Paul Chan on the undertaking that Swire will remain the controlling shareholder of Cathay. He / the Govt seems to be very sensitive to...
Jun 10, 20, 12:26 am
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Views: 17,656
Posted By CX HK

I don't want to get into this topic again here....

I don't want to get into this topic again here. But it is painfully clear to anyone who has done any sort of business dealing with China that when it matters, every Chinese company is an SOE.
Jun 9, 20, 1:53 am
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Views: 17,656
Posted By CX HK

That is what I understand too. But Swire is...

That is what I understand too. But Swire is extremely adept at business dealings and holding onto control... wouldn't surprise me if they worked out some arrangement.
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