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As the pandemic has been hitting the world for over a year now, we receive many questions about Thailand Travel Restrictions. We totally understand that it is heartbreaking you can’t travel as you used to. But we need to stay positive and take this hardship as a temporary period we have to endure. With that being said, if you want to travel to Thailand and stay longterm there, you can! Now is the best time to invest in Thailand and we will tell you all about it in this video!
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Why and how to get a Rakuten Credit Card (step-by-step application!)
The first year I lived in Japan, I kept using my credit card from back home. Not only was this stupid because I had to keep sending money for payment (meaning: expensive rates!), I was also missing out on the benefits of having a credit card from a local company here. The first one that I got was a Rakuten Credit Card (and I’ll later tell you why and exactly how to have one yourself).
More details and all the links found on my blog: https://thatjapanlife.com/?p=248
0:00 Why and how to get a Rakuten Credit Card (stepbystep application!)
0:26 Why a Rakuten Credit Card
3:22 Different Card Types
5:19 Creating a Rakuten Account
5:38 Stepbystep Online Application
15:45 Identity Check by Rakuten (via phonecall)
16:16 Receiving Your Credit Card
For a more detailed explanation (with pictures), you can also check out my blog post below:
Rakuten partner stores: https://pointcard.rakuten.co.jp/partner/
Rakuten Group services: https://www.rakuten.co.jp/sitemap/
Rakuten Card Types: https://www.rakutencard.co.jp/card/?lid=corp_oo_gnav_product_pc
Rakuten Account Online Application (English): https://grp01.id.rakuten.co.jp/rms/nid/registfwd?service_id=top
Rakuten Official Site: https://www.rakutencard.co.jp/campaign/rakuten_card/affiliate/a.html?scid=af_oth_pc_tg
This Credit Card in THAILAND gave me 52,000 POINTS
The Card is VISA and the annual fee 7,900 Thai Baht
I talk about how I got my Citibank Prestige credit card in Thailand. I explain the documents a foreigner needs to submit to qualify for the card. This video is not sponsored by Citibank.
For more information on Citibank credit cards please go to their website.
Thai Girl teaches you How to Get a Credit Card in Thailand
We discuss how and why to get a credit card in Thailand.
Looking to fully integrate or live long term in Thailand? Having credit card will become very beneficial to you.
Benefits of having a credit card in Thailand
Although it is not essential to have one, there are many benefits of having a local credit card compared to using one from your home country.
We absolutely suggest you get one if you meet the requirements.
Some of the benefits include:
Saving money on foreign currency surcharges. Having a local one means that you won’t have any extra surcharges as you would with your foreign one.
Benefits such as discounts at restaurants, for travel and cash backs helps you save money and are only available when using local credit cards, not foreign ones.
Utilities and phone bills can directly be cut from your local credit. Are saving you time to queue up.
Points earned can be used to redeem for gifts or flight tickets with Thai Airways or Bangkok Airways with some cards also offering free lounge access at the airport.
Allows you to build your credit status with the banks, which could be useful for other banking products such as loans etc.
Where can you get credit cards from?
Necessary Requirements for Credit Cards
Have a minimum monthly salary of 50,000 THB.
Have at least one year working experience.
The document required are:
Passport, Visa and valid work permit (at least 6 months validity left).
Income statement and proof of income.
Sounds like a lot of work? Use BaanSmile’s services to get assistance in getting your credit card.
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(0:49) Can I get a credit card in Thailand?
(1:26) Benefit of having a credit card in Thailand
(3:05) How to apply for a credit card
(4:00) Which banks should I go to?
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