Following the amazing opportunity to purchase 31,200 Citi Miles for S$238, Citibank is now offering Citi PremierMiles Visa Cardholders the opportunity to earn up to 3.5 Citi Miles per dollar (S$1) on all eligible foreign currency transactions charged to this card between 01 December 2017 and 31 January 2018. Registration is absolutely necessary and enrollment needs to be done before you charge the minimum sum to your credit card.
After enrolling for this promotion via SMS, you will have to charge a minimum of S$2,500 in equivalent foreign currency spend between 01 December 2017 and 31 January 2018 to earn a bonus 1.5 Citi Miles per S$1. This bonus earn rate will be capped at a qualifying spend of up to S$8,000 in equivalent foreign currency.
- Spend S$2,000 in Foreign Currency: 4,000 Citi Miles (2.0 mpd)
- Spend S$2,500 in Foreign Currency: 8,750 Citi Miles (3.5 mpd)
- Spend S$8,000 in Foreign Currency: 28,000 Citi Miles (3.5 mpd)
- Spend S$10,000 in Foreign Currency: 32,000 Citi Miles (3.2 mpd)
The best way to fully maximise this promotion is to charge anywhere between S$2,500 and S$8,000 in equivalent foreign currency transactions to your Citi PremierMiles Visa Card (but only after you have enrolled in the promotion).
(H/T: benlau1 from HWZ)
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