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.
Get up to 100,000 miles (inclusive of sign-up bonus) with the new metal credit card which is launching soon in Singapore - more information to come next week!
You will no longer be able to bring a guest into a Plaza Premium Lounge with your OCBC VOYAGE Card from 15 August 2019.
Book your American Express Fine Hotels & Resorts (FHR) and International Airline Partner (IAP) rates online with the newly-revamped website.
Take a photo of your AmEx Platinum Card, share it on Instagram and get 8,000 MR Points (can be converted into 5,000 miles) - too easy!
While I thought that Express Transit Mode was not enabled in Singapore previously, a friend of mine actually noticed that that you can in fact, set up a payment card in Express Transit Mode.
3rd Night Free at the Conrad Centennial Singapore for Platinum/Centurion members - does this stack with the Hilton Spend S$500, Get S$200 Back offer? Find out now.
Planning to get a brand new Standard Chartered credit card? Simply be one of the first 15 approved applicants each day during 25-27 June 2019 (yes, there are three days) to receive up to S$500 free cash!
Get daily updates on your credit card points balance with AwardWallet (this is also a great platform to track your FFP miles and hotel points) - sign-up for free!
From 31 July 2019, the Love Dining benefit across all participating restaurants within the Conrad Centennial Singapore will end.
Commuters in Singapore can now add Mastercard as well as Visa cards to their SimplyGo accounts to enable them to use their credit and debit cards (with contactless functions) to make fare payments on the bus as well as on the train.