Women are nurturing by nature. We usually prioritize the needs of others—children, parents, partners, etc.—over our own. But have you ever considered your own needs like self-care? This is an especially important factor when shopping for credit cards for women.
Do you love shopping, traveling, or pampering yourself to de-stress? Don’t feel guilty about it! There’s no wrong in that, as long as you don’t overspend. Using a credit card that lets you save money while enjoying good things in life is also a must.
Take a look at these top credit cards for women—one of these cards may just fit you right.
If you’re a high-income earner and want to save more on your shopping at Ayala Malls, BPI-Ayala Malls Amore Visa Platinum makes a perfect choice.
BPI Amore Visa Platinum Benefits
The Amore Visa Platinum provides the same benefits as the Amore Visa (See the list on the previous item). The only difference is that the Platinum card allows a higher maximum rebate per year at PHP 25,000.
EastWest Bank offers a credit card that’s tailor-fit for women’s needs: the Dolce Vita Titanium Mastercard. It’s the ideal card to use if you often avail of health, beauty, and wellness services.
EastWest Dolce Vita Titanium Mastercard Benefits
One rewards point for every PHP 100 spent (Accumulated credit card rewards can be redeemed for gift certificates at partner merchants, annual fee waivers, or charity donation.)
Discounts, installment deals, and other special offers on purchases (cosmetics, perfumes, bags, etc.) with partner merchants
Discounts and privileges on health, beauty, and wellness services with partner merchants
Pampered by Dolce Vita credit card promo: Free beauty treatment for a minimum PHP 20,000 purchase using the Dolce Vita Titanium Mastercard anywhere
Annual fee: PHP 2,000
Interest rate: 3.50%
Required minimum monthly income: PHP 25,000
10. Mango-RCBC Bankard Mastercard
This RCBC credit card for women provides great rewards for fashion purchases at Mango stores. You can even use the Mango-RCBC Bankard to pay for your purchases in installments.
Mango-RCBC Bankard Mastercard Benefits
One rewards point for every PHP 125 or PHP 250 purchase in supermarkets, pharmacies, or gasoline stations (Accumulated points can be redeemed for Mango shopping vouchers)
0% installment at three or six months at any Mango store
Travel insurance coverage of up to P50,000
Purchase protection coverage of up to P50,000
Annual fee: PHP 100 monthly (total of PHP 1,200 per year)
Interest rate: 3.54%
The best credit cards for women are those that offer a lot of benefits for your usual spending categories, like shopping, health, beauty, and wellness. Moms who need to stretch their household budget can also find credit cards that provide rewards and rebates for their purchases.
You might also want to read:
Moneymax’s Parent Company, CompareAsiaGroup, Raises $20M in Experian-led Series B1 Investment
CompareAsiaGroup, Moneymax’s parent company, welcomes Experian as a new investor, leading the latest US$20 million first close of our Series B1 round of funding alongside a strategic partnership. What is Experian? Experian is the world’s leading global information services company. They empower consumers and their clients manage data with confidence. They help individuals to take […]
MMDA Violations and Penalties Motorists Must Know About
This article was published on April 16, 2015 and was updated on November 15, 2019. Everyone who drives tries their best not to violate any traffic rule—that’s a fact. However, there are moments when you’ll find yourself fined for an MMDA traffic violation, and “I didn’t know” is definitely not something you can say to […]
They say you can always make money in the Philippines if you’re smart about it. That can’t be farther from the truth. You can start a small business or invest on something profitable while you’re working a full-time job, like most adults do. You can also earn passive income by converting your home into countless […]
Is owning a credit card expensive? Will it get me into deep debt? Should I use my card less? These questions are probably running through your mind when you think of credit cards. However, such worries are just based on irrational fears of Pinoys about credit cards. In fact, you can use a credit card […]
Phone Repair in the Philippines: What are the Best Options?
When your smartphone gets damaged, one of the most lingering questions you have in mind is where to bring it for repair. You might even be considering do-it-yourself fixes, looking for DIY phone repair video tutorials on YouTube and hoping to find a way to get your device working normally again. But attempting a DIY […]
This article was published on May 25, 2016 and was updated on November 11, 2019. Did you know that you can purchase car insurance online? Yes, paperless transactions do happen in the insurance industry, and you can take advantage of the benefits of going online. Once you’ve purchased car insurance over the internet, you might […]