Sacombank card and Sacombank Pay account holders enjoy privileges when shopping on Tiki


Owners of Sacombank cards (including credit and payment cards) and Sacombank Pay accounts (verified) will get a preferential combo worth up to VND400,000 when shopping on e-commerce website or the Tiki shopping app from now until October 31, 2020. The program does not apply for corporate and UnionPay cards.

Accordingly, Sacombank card and Sacombank Pay account holders who create accounts on Tiki for the first time will receive a coupon for a 25% discount (VND100,000 maximum) for first purchase. Besides, both new and existing Sacombank card and Sacombank Pay account holders will receive a preferential combo with a total value of VND300,000, including a discount coupon of VND100,000 when buying a TikiNOW one-year membership package for VND499,000, a VND50,000 discount for each order for household goods worth from VND500,000 and a VND30,000 discount for each order worth at least VND300,000 for housing and lifestyle or beauty – health products, digital accessories, Vietnamese books, or consumer goods.

On May 11, 2020, Sacombank and Tiki JSC signed a five-year strategic co-operation agreement mainly for issuing Sacombank Tiki Platinum co-branded credit cards. This is a credit card with outstanding features such as the highest refund rate in the Vietnam e-commerce sector with a refund of up to 15% when shopping on Tiki, a 50% refund of the annual fee and a TikiNOW package worth VND499,000 when customers activate the card and spend from VND2 million on Tiki. In subsequent years, Sacombank Tiki Platinum cardholders will get a 20% refund of the annual fee from the second year to the fifth year if having transactions worth at least VND12 million annually and a 0.5% cashback when making transactions at other card-accepting merchants, global travel insurance with a coverage of VND11.6 billion and more. 

For more information, please call our hotline at 1900 5555 88 or 028 3526 6060; visit the website and apply for a card online at

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