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Rewards, cash-back, discounts, gifts, and more; the HSBC credit card brings you more purchasing power than ever before. You can use your HSBC card around the globe to get benefits like bonus Air Miles, travel, shopping, and hotel discounts, waiver of surcharge on fuel purchase, and a lot more. Here is an insight into the power that HSBC credit card can bring into your hands.
HSBC Bank offers you a Platinum and Smart Value card apart from the usual Master and Visa card. You can earn reward points on these cards almost every time you use them to make a purchase. Here is what you earn.
Once you have earned the reward points, you can redeem them for gifts under various categories.
Some unique benefits of the HSBC credit card are as follows:
1. HSBC offers a lot of rewards, bonuses, and more on credit cards. How do I know my status at any point of time?
You will get an SMS each time you swipe the card and earn points. Make a note of the details from this SMS to keep track. You can also long onto the official website of the bank to check your status or call the customer care number and speak to a phone banker. You can also make a request to the phone banker to email you the latest statement.
2. Are there any fuel related rebates that are offered through the HSBC Credit Cards?
Yes, there is a waiver on fuel surcharge at all petrol pumps across India. To avail the waiver, your transaction amount must be between Rs. 400 to Rs. 4000 and you must have a monthly billing of at least Rs. 250. The monthly billing is computed on calendar month.
3. What is “Free Credit Period” and what are the benefits under it?
Free credit period is the duration for which HSBC do not charge any interest on the amount you spend using your credit card. Free credit period is offered as a welcome gift to every card holder for a period of 52 days from date of activation of card. If you happen to delay payment – of the base amount – during this period, you will lose the benefit of free credit.
4. What are the modes through which I can make my HSBC Credit Card Bill Payments?
You can make payment by logging into your HSBC net-banking account. You can also log into the net-banking of any other bank and make your credit card bill payment. The HSBC mobile banking app also has an option for payment of credit card bills. And of course the conventional methods such as check drop and ECS are always available. One more option is to step into an HSBC ATM kiosk and make payment via the ATM. Finally you can walk into any branch of HSBC bank and request a staff member to help you with making the payment.
HSBC ranks among the top players in the Banking and Finance sector. It has a strong market hold as far as personal and corporate banking is concerned – not only within India but overseas too. The bank has more than 4000 branches across 70 odd countries offering a variety of financial products and services.
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