See the benefits your credit card can bring you
Travelling with an HSBC credit card gives you access to a diversified selection of exclusive benefits and privileges, ranging from airport transfers to parking offers, travel insurance and even roadside assistance.
Travel insurance coverage
In the event of flight or baggage delays, stay worry-free with the comprehensive travel insurance coverage offered by your HSBC credit card.
Free airport transfers
HSBC China Airlines Co-Brand Credit Cards and the HSBC Premier Credit Card offer free airport transfers and cross-regional value-added airport services – privileges and services geared at bringing you comfort and convenience.
Free parking at international airports
If you're driving to international airports, HSBC credit cards offer free airport parking or special parking discounts, so you don't have to worry about where to park every time you have to take a flight.
Dedicated travel advisory services
Whether you're at home or abroad, you'll enjoy customised services offered by HSBC credit cards, including transportation booking, accommodation arrangements, travel enquiries, entertainment requests and ticket reservations, wherever you may be.
In the event of car trouble and the need for emergency assistance on the road, holders of HSBC China Airlines Co-Brand Credit Cards will have access to roadside assistance services with just one call.
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The HSBC credit card user handbook
Includes benefits and privileges, card usage information, and terms and conditions associated with different card types. If you have any additional questions, you can call our customer service hotline on (02)8072-3000.
Please note that, below information is Chinese Only.
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Please manage your finances carefully and value your credit. Interest on revolving credit and cash advance 5.68% to 15.00%. Service Charges for cash advance NT$100 + the amount of cash advance * 3.5%. Base date of interest on revolving credit: September 1 2015.