If you were one of the lucky ones to take advantage of the bonus 12,000 miles by spending only S$800 on the DBS Altitude Visa Signature Card, you can now rejoice even more as you will earn 3 miles per S$1 for all transactions that are made in foreign currency (non-SGD transactions). The usual exclusion list applies for this promotion - click HERE for the full list of terms and conditions (accurate as of 02 October 2015).
In order to earn 3 miles per S$1 on all overseas spend (this includes online-transaction as well!), you will have to hit a minimum spend of S$2,000 per calendar month (October-December 2015). Bonus miles will also be capped at S$3,000 in foreign currency per month.
Everyone knows that the DBS Woman's World MasterCard is a credit card to get in Singapore and it does not matter whether you are male or female. While reconciling my DBS Points from last statement's spending on the DBS Woman's World MasterCard, I noticed that I did not get 10X points on some of my transactions - you can request for a breakdown of DBS Points from DBS by sending a message via the secured mailbox.
The OCBC Titanium Rewards Card is one of the best credit cards in Singapore for earning miles and if you wish to understand the dynamics of this credit card, make sure you check out my previous article on everything you need to know about the OCBC Titanium Rewards Card. It appears that OCBC has introduced the opportunity to earn up to 6 miles and 2 miles per dollar on all eligible transactions made on Electronics and Gadgets as well as Dining respectively for selected cardholders. At the moment of writing, only targeted cardholders who have received either an electronic direct mail (EDM) or SMS from OCBC Bank will be able to take advantage of this promotion.
There is a top spot within the OCBC Premier Banking space and that's the Premier Private Client (PPC) - one can 'easily' join this elite group by depositing or investing S$1 million (in fresh funds) and qualifying as an Accredited Investor. What caught my eyes last evening however was the introduction of a dedicated OCBC VOYAGE Card (which I have covered previously) for the PPCs and one of the additional benefits include unlimited airport limousine transfers.
ShopBack is celebrating the upcoming Rewards Day 9.9 (yes that's 09 September 2017!) with up to 39% epic cashback! There will also be exclusive voucher codes and giveaways that will happen on that day itself. For all of us interested in all things travel, you will also be able to enjoy an enhanced cashback rate for hotel and flight bookings made on this very special day - up to 11%!
ShopBack is currently offering 12% cashback on all eligible hotel bookings made on Expedia today - your stay has to be completed before 31 December 2017. Do take note that you will have to use the special Expedia Visa URL in order to take advantage of this 12% cashback promotion. Otherwise, you will be getting 11% instead which is still amazing value for hotels that you already are planning to stay in.
Sign-up for the American Express Singapore Airlines KrisFlyer Credit Card or the American Express Singapore Airlines KrisFlyer Ascend Credit Card via Mileslife between 01 September 2017 and 31 October 2017 to benefit from an additional 2,500 KrisFlyer miles upon first spend on the card. If you use these cards on the Mileslife app, you will earn 2x bonus KrisFlyer miles for everything you spend on the app during the promotional period.
Citibank discontinued the 20X Rewards promotion with Amazon (which equates to 8 miles per S$1) last month and have just introduced Zalora as the newest partner for the 20X Rewards promotion - this will run until 31 October 2017. While this is definitely great for people who shop on Zalora (though I am not sure who in this day and age), it is certainly not as impressive as the Amazon promotion that was running prior to this.
While most banks in Singapore allow you to convert your points (or equivalent currency) earned from credit card spend into Airline or Hotel points, Citibank has one of the most comprehensive list of points transfer partners - I have previously counted the total number of partners to be at 12 but they have apparently removed Delta Skymiles from the list. There are currently 11 airline points transfer partners for Citibank if you hold an eligible credit card in Singapore.
If you have held the Citibank PremierMiles Visa Credit Card for the last 6 months of longer, chances are that you would have received a targeted offer to earn (well, purchase) 31,200 miles for S$238 once S$9,000 (in local or equivalent foreign currency) has been charged to the card between 01 July 2017 and 31 August 2017. Registration is absolutely essential for this promotion.
The wait is finally over - Mileslife is now officially launched in Singapore to offer the opportunity to earn more miles on dining, lifestyle and travel spend. To celebrate this momentous occasion, it is offering 4X more miles (up to 20 miles per S$1) on all eligible transactions made on Mileslife. Remember these miles are accorded on top of whatever you earn from your credit cards so there is definitely a huge potential to rake up those miles for free flights on First Class and Business Class!