Well you don't have a KrisFlyer account? Lucky you... said no one ever. Well, not until today at least. If you sign up to be a KrisFlyer member between 6-31 January 2016, you will stand a chance to win 100,000 KrisFlyer miles Australia, Japan, Maldives and more! Read on to find out exactly what you need to do.
To qualify for a chance to win 100,000 KrisFlyer miles, all you have to do is to sign up as a KrisFlyer member before 31 January 2016 and enter the promo code KF2016 at the bottom of the form before your submission of application. Even if you do not walk away with the grand prize of 100,000 KrisFlyer miles, you might win the consolation prizes (of 15,000 KrisFlyer miles) through the weekly draws.
Mileslife is offering 4X more miles for dining transactions made at participating Crystal Jade restaurants across Singapore from 01 July 2018 to 31 July 2018 - this means that you will be able to earn up to 8 miles per dollar at participating restaurants. Additionally, they are also giving out an additional 500 bonus miles (promo code below!) for a transaction made this month that is above the value of SGD 49.
It is no secret that the OCBC Titanium Rewards Card is one of the best credit cards in Singapore to hold - it gives you 4 miles per dollar on all eligible purchases made with the credit card and you can easily get it on contactless transactions as well (Citibank is offering 8 miles per dollar on Apple Pay transactions until 31 July 2018). Cardholders can now earn an additional 2% rebate on top of 10X OCBC$ for all eligible BEST Denki purchases.
In conjunction with Chope's seventh birthday, diners are able to register and generate a unique promo code that will give you 400 additional Chope-Dollars over the next seven reservations (2,800 additional Chope-Dollars in total!). If you do not have a Chope account, you may choose to sign-up one for free using my referral link to earn 300 Chope-Dollars on your first reservation!
You should know the drill by now - 30% off required KrisFlyer Miles to selected destinations on Singapore Airlines and SilkAir in July 2018 with the latest episode of Spontaneous Escapes. There may not be any public holidays in July but if you are thinking about a weekend escape, you will be able to travel in style (and by style I mean Business Class) from just 12,250 KrisFlyer Miles each way.
Earn 12 miles per dollar on hotel bookings made on Kaligo.com between 01 June 2018 and 31 July 2018 when you charge it to an eligible Citibank PremierMiles Card! The best credit card in Singapore typically give you 4 miles per dollar on online hotel reservations so this is essentially three times more than the usual but more importantly, there is no limit to the number of bonus miles you can earn!
I first wrote about how lucrative Alaska Airlines Mileage Plan miles are back in May last year when there was a fascinating 50% bonus on all purchased miles for eligible accounts but ever since then, the maximum bonus that I have seen is 40%. In any case, that very same promotion is back and you can now purchase Alaska Airlines Mileage Plan miles and get a 40% bonus if you purchase at least 30,000 miles at one go.
If you do not have any plans for June 2018 yet and you are thinking about going somewhere, check out Singapore Airlines KrisFlyer Spontaneous Escapes to save 30% off required KrisFlyer Miles to and from selected destinations! Thinking about trying one of the new A380 products? Flying from Singapore to Hong Kong in Business Class will just set you back 19,250 KrisFlyer Miles (instead of 27,500) each way!
OCBC Bank is currently running a limited time promotion with Emirates to offer 20X Rewards (equivalent to 8 miles per SGD) on all eligible flights booked via this specific landing page. This promotion is capped at S$1,000 (meaning to say you can only earn up to 8,000 bonus miles) and you will have to book it between 15-21 May 2018. Additionally, eligible OCBC Cardholders will also be able to enjoy up to 12% off on Flex and Flex Plus (10% off Saver) Economy Class fares.
KrisFlyer vRooms now allows KrisFlyer members to use their valuable miles on hotel stays and car rentals but the bottom line is this - save your miles for those Business Class and First Class flights instead. Now I have no expertise in car rentals but I dare say that I have had my fair share of hotel stays over the years.
My favourite frequent flyer program right now has got to be Alaska Airlines's Mileage Plan (even though I have not actually flown a single mile on Alaska Airlines before). The reason is very simple - the miles are simply worth a lot more and crediting the same revenue Business Class flights give me a whole lot more value. You might remember that these miles are also incredibly useful for traveling on Japan Airlines in Business Class and what a lot of people do not realise is that you are actually able to cancel your award tickets up to 60 days prior to departure but this is going to change on 5 June 2018.