Hang Seng enJoy Card
Last Updated: Sep 2021
$ 150,000
Min. Annual Income
0.5 %
Local Spending - Cashback Rate
(Non-direct Cashback) Spend at the enJoy Card Designated Merchants: up to 2% Rebate; Spend at other merchants: 0.5% Rebate
0.5 %
Overseas Spending - Cashback Rate
on overseas spending
(Non-direct Cashback) Overseas Spending in Foreign Currencies: 0.5% Rebate

Welcome Offers from Hang Seng Bank

OFFER 1
Up to 80,000 yuu Reward Points (HK$400)
  • To be entitled to up to 70,000 yuu reward points, customer is required to sign up as yuu member and link enJoy card and accumulate retail transactions at any enJoy card designated merchants of HK$4,000 or above, within 60 days from the date of new card issuance
  • To be entitled to the extra 10,000 yuu reward points, customer is required to sign up as yuu member and link enJoy card.
  • Promotion period: from now till 31 December 2021
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Most Hong Kong credit card providers require applicants to be of legal age and a permanent resident/citizen of Hong Kong.

You would also need to have stable employment and meet minimum salary requirements, which vary according to the type of credit card.

The main types of credit cards in Hong Kong are VISA and MasterCard, followed by American Express and JCB.

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For exclusive offers from MoneyHero, current customers are unfortunately not eligible to enjoy. For welcome offer from banks or institutions, various terms and conditions apply, subject to different banks and institutions. You may refer to the following:

American Express 
Welcome offers do not apply to current customers. Their welcome offers only apply on applicants who have not held or cancelled American Express credit cards in the past 12 months.

Citibank 
Welcome offers do not apply to current customers. Their welcome offers only apply to applicants who have not held or cancelled Citibank credit cards in the past 12 months.

DBS 
Current and new customers are eligible for welcome offers. New customers refer to card holders who have not held or cancelled Citibank credit cards in the past 12 months. For more details of welcome offers, please click here.

PrimeCredit 
Welcome offers do not apply to current customers. Their welcome offers only apply to applicants who have not held or cancelled PrimeCredit credit cards in the past 6 months.

CITIC 
Welcome offers do not apply to current customers. Their welcome offers only apply to applicants who have not held or cancelled CITIC credit cards in the past 12 months.

HSBC 
Current and new customers are eligible for welcome offers. For more details of welcome offers, please click here

BEA 
Welcome offers do not apply to current customers. Their welcome offers only apply to applicants who have not held or cancelled BEA credit cards in the past 6 months.

Credit card rewards come in many forms, the two major incentives are air miles and cash back. Many card issuers have different credit card rewards programs, cardholders can earn reward points for their spending and redeem the points for cash backair milesgift vouchers or free gifts.

Certain banks promote cash back rewards which their credit cards can earn, cardholders can enjoy 1-4% cash rebate for eligible local / overseas spending or shopping online.

If you travel and use your credit card to book flights and hotels frequently, you can earn more air miles using air mile credit cards. You may redeem miles for award flights, hotel stays and other travel offers.

In addition to daily spending, you may also earn rewards by using the Octopus Automatic Add-value Service and paying utilities, tax, tuition and insurance bills with your credit card and redeem reward points, cash back and air miles.

Banks in Hong Kong such as HSBC, Hang Seng Bank and Standard Chartered Bank issue different types of credit cards with generous rewards and their eligibility requirements are also different. Hence, the processing time varies depending on the card issuer, but as soon as your application has been approved, it normally takes 7 to 10 working days until you receive your card. Make sure that you submit all the relevant documents so that your application can be processed as quickly as possible.

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The annual fee, which is generally charged HK$200-HK$6,000, depends on the bank and the type of credit card. One- to three-year annual fee waiver is usually offered to attract users, and cardholders get their fee waived if they can meet the minimum spending. Some card issuers even advertise credit cards with no annual fee, so please be sure to check the terms before applying. You can request annual fee waiver by calling the card issuer's hotline. Furthermore, many banks charge an early termination fee of more than HK$100; other common fees and charges include replacement fee, late charge, over-limit fee, cash advance fee and foreign transaction fee. In addition to credit card welcome offers, you should also check with your provider to see the fees and charges of your credit card.

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Making only the minimum payment is not the best way to pay the bills! If you just make the minimum payment on the credit card, the bank would charge you compound interest, which means you might owe more and more money and carry long-term debt. Cardholders are recommended to assess their repayment ability before using their credit cards, and pay off all outstanding debt as soon as possible.

In the past, most people think we should not own too many credit cards, as it might lead to over-consumption or missing payment. With the development of modern society and more credit card offers, many of us own several credit cards for various purposes, such as one for overseas spending, one for earning Asia Miles, and the other one for monthly instalments.

Please note that if you always pay your credit card bill after the due date while owning many credit cards, your credit score could drop, which is likely to affect your credit card, mortgage and loan application.

To protect yourself from credit card fraud, you should keep your credit card and personal information (including credit card numbers and security code) safe and never disclose your passwords or personal information to anyone. You should also keep record of all credit card transactions and check bank statements regularly. Report any suspicious transactions to your financial institution or bank immediately to avoid financial loss.

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Perpetual annual fee waiver
Enjoy up to 2% Rebate at designated merchants
Annual Fee Waiver

Great for

  • Brand New enJoy Card. Both new and existing customers can enjoy welcome offers.
    From now till 31 December 2021 (promotion period), enjoy up to 80,000 yuu Reward Points (HK$400) upon successful application of Hang Seng enJoy Card:
    Requirements   Offer  
    Within 60 days from the date of new card issuance:
    • Accumulate retail transactions at any enJoy card designated merchants of HK$4,000 or above
    New Credit Card Customers
    70,000 yuu Reward Points
    (HK$350)
    OR Existing Credit Card Customers
    40,000 yuu Reward Points
    (HK$200)

    Sign up as yuu member and link enJoy card

    10,000 yuu Reward Points (HK$50)
  • Earn up to 2% rebate at 2000+ designated merchants
    Spend with the card at any designated merchants to earn up to 4X Reward Points (2% rebate). Reward Points can be spent as cash (200 Reward Points=HK$1), as well as redeeming e-coupons and gifts
    Designated Merchants Rebate Upon Spending
    Pizza Hut, KFC, PHD, C, all Maxim's Chinese Cuisine restaurants, designated m.a.x. concepts restaurants and outlets, Arome Bakery, Café Landmark, LUMI French-Japanese Cuisine, MUSES, Pop n' Grill, Wildfire Pizzabar, DONDONYA and Uo-Show 2% Rebate
    (4X Rewards: HK$1=4 yuu Reward Points)
    7-Eleven, Mannings, IKEA, Wellcome, Market Place by Jasons and Designated Upscale Stores 1.5% Rebate
    (3X Rewards: HK$1=3 yuu Reward Points)
    Designated Maxim's restaurants 1% Rebate
    (2X Rewards: HK$1=2 yuu Reward Points)
    Other merchants (including local and overseas spending) 0.5% Rebate
    (HK$1=1 yuu Reward Point)
  • Enjoy designated merchants exclusive year-round discount offer

Need to know

  • If the customer has received the yuu reward points of the Welcome Gifts but subsequently cancels the card account within the first 13 months from the date of account opening, a handling fee of an equivalent amount will be charged
  • New customers must not hold the Principal Card of any Hang Seng Credit Card / Affinity Card / Spending Card currently and in the past 12 months
  • The relevant yuu reward points will be credited to Principal Card customer’s enJoy Card account within 2 months after the requirements are fulfilled. The enJoy Card account should be valid and in good standing, and being linked to yuu reward program when the yuu reward points are credited

Year-round rewards

CASH REBATE
Local Spending
0.5%
(Non-direct Cashback) Spend at the enJoy Card Designated Merchants: up to 2% Rebate; Spend at other merchants: 0.5% Rebate
Overseas Spending
0.5%
(Non-direct Cashback) Overseas Spending in Foreign Currencies: 0.5% Rebate
Online Shopping Spending (Overseas)
0.5%
(Non-direct Cashback) Spend at Other Merchants: 0.5% Rebate
Online Shopping Spending (Local)
0.5%
(Non-direct Cashback) Spend at Other Merchants: 0.5% Rebate
Dining Spending
2%
(Non-direct Cashback) Spend at the enJoy Card Designated Merchants: up to 2% Rebate; Spend at Other Merchants: 0.5% Rebate

Eligibility

Minimum Age
18 years old
Min. Annual Income
HK$150,000

Fees

Annual fee
Perpetual Annual Fee Waiver
Foreign Currency Transaction Fee
1.95%

Repayment

Minimum Payment
The Minimum Payment Amount is HK$300 or the sum of item (i) to (iv) below (whichever is higher):
(i) all fees and charges (including finance charges and annual fees);
(ii) any overdue Minimum Payment Amount;
(iii) amount exceeding the prescribed credit limit after deducting the amount of items (i) and (ii) from the New Balance; and
(iv) 1% of the New Balance after deducting the amount of item (i) to (iii).
Late payment charge
HK$300 or an amount equal to the Minimum Payment Amount (whichever is lower)
Retail Purchase APR
34.97%
Cash Advance APR
38.37%
Interest Free Repayment Period
56 days

Other information

Credit card type
Visa Platinum

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