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UnionBank of the Philippines launches 4 customer-centric Credit Cards

By Gloria Mathias

November 02, 2023

  • APAC Fintech
  • Credit Cards
  • Credit Management Services

UnionBank, Union Bank of the Philippines, Credit cards, Philippines, Union Bank of the Philippines (UnionBank) has unveiled four new credit cards that will allow its customers to experience more benefits. These four credit cards are introduced to cater to the different needs and lifestyles of customers.

The UnionBank Rewards Card is an apt card for those who love to shop and dine out. With 3 times the points on shopping and dining, every experience is claimed to be more rewarding. Plus, points earned through the card won’t expire, so cardholders can continuously rack them up without worry.

For value-minded customers who wish to save on essentials, there’s the UnionBank Cash Back Card. Cardholders can get up to a 6% rebate on supermarket purchases, with savings of up to P15,000 per year. Plus, cardholders can also earn a 2% rebate on Meralco bills.

Those who are always exploring the world can look to the UnionBank Miles+ Card as a travel companion. With it, cardholders can earn 1 mile for every P30 spent, which they can use for flights and more. In addition, all miles earned through the card have no expiration for a lifetime of adventures. Plus, cardholders also enjoy free airport lounge access via DragonPass.

Lastly, for those who enjoy the finer things in life, UnionBank also introduced the new UnionBank Reserve Card. This card entitles cardholders to a complimentary 4th-night stay at any hotel booked through the concierge. On top of that, the card gives 5 times the points on shopping and dining all over the world, access to a VIP Global Concierge, airport lounge access via Priority Pass, and more.

“We are happy to unveil the re-launch of your Citi credit cards under the UnionBank brand. We are keeping true to the promise we made to our clients that they will continue to enjoy their current product benefits, but I am delighted to share that we are not stopping there! Our customers can expect even bigger and better things with their rebranded UnionBank cards,” said Manoj Varma, Union Bank of the Philippines’ Consumer Banking Head.

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