I have always been a strong advocate for Kaligo because it offers up to 12 miles per S$1 spent on hotel reservations. In fact, quite recently as part of my article on 6 ways to earn more miles this year, I mentioned that sometimes not having a hotel loyalty status is a good thing to have. From now until 29 February 2016, make your first booking on Kaligo and get 3,000 bonus KrisFlyer Miles. If you spend US$1,000 during this promotional period, you will get a total of 10,000 bonus KrisFlyer Miles!
Needless to say, the best way to take advantage of this promotion is to find the cheapest property in Singapore (if you do not wish to travel out of the country) and stay for one night. By picking a random date, I see the Kam Leng Hotel for just S$94++ and this will earn you 3,190 miles. In my previous article, I showed you how 1,000 KrisFlyer Miles on a Business flight redemption can be worth at least S$67. Therefore, paying less than S$110 nett for 3,190 KrisFlyer Miles, one night stay at Kam Leng Hotel (even though I really am not an advocate for this hotel at all) with complimentary breakfast is really not a bad deal at all.
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