With rising COE prices, the dream of owning a car has become a lot more difficult for Singaporeans to achieve. But if you're reading this, you're probably one of the lucky ones who have made this dream a reality. But unless you drive one of those fascinating fully electric cars, you are probably annoyed at having to spend money on petrol.

Luckily many credit cards let you get good savings on petrol, usually when you use them to pay for fuel together with a petrol station rewards card. If you want to keep your car on the road without paying an arm and a leg for it, then using the right cashback credit card is the place to start.

A cashback credit card lets you earn cashback (also known as cash rebate) whenever you use the card to pay for things. So when you use the right card to pay for petrol, you can get some big savings!

Using GET.com's technology, we have picked the 2 best credit cards for petrol in Singapore so that you can get more for your money!

Credit CardFeaturesIntro Interest p.a.Standard Interest p.a.Annual FeeMinimum IncomeWe least likeRelated links
POSB Everyday Card

POSB Everyday Card

  • Up to 15% cash rebates on dining*EXTENDED*, overseas spend*NEW* and transport*EXTENDED*.
  • Get up to 20.1% savings on petrol at SPC.
  • Groceries Get 5% cash rebate when you shop for your groceries at Sheng Siong. - Get 3% cash rebate at the leading personal care store Watsons.
25.90% p.a.$192.60 (1 year annual fee waiver)S$30,000 (Singaporean), S$45,000 (Foreigner)
UOB One Card

UOB One Card

  • Additional 10% rebate on mobile payment transactions for Cardmembers who have successfully registered for the promotion, subject to a cap of S$50.00. For a limited time only. Other terms apply.
  • Enjoy up to 5% cash rebate based on a spend of S$2,000 monthly for each qualifying quarter with min. 5 purchases monthly to earn the quarterly cash rebate of S$300.
  • Enjoy up to 3.33% cash rebate based on a spend of S$500 or S$1,000 monthly for each qualifying quarter with min. 5 purchases monthly to earn the quarterly cash rebate of S$50 or S$100 respectively.
25% p.a.$192.60 waived first yearS$30,000 p.a. (Singaporean/PR). S$40,000 p.a. (Foreigners)