As some of you may know, the UOB PVRI Miles Visa Card is a Visa Infinite credit card even though it is not marketed as one - the card face simply shows Visa (without Platinum, Signature or Visa Infinite branding under it). It seems that from 01 April 2018 however, UOB will be making it a Visa Signature card officially. There will be no changes to the earn rates and you will continue to earn miles (in the form of UNI$s) on local and overseas spend at 1.4 and 2.4 miles per dollar respectively.
Visa Infinite comes with a number of dedicated benefits and there is generally a higher income requirement for these cards (typically at S$120,000 per annum). With that being said, it is possible to get a secured credit card version if you do not meet the income requirement but I cannot say that it is the most sensible thing to do.
The Citi Rewards Mastercard may not be talked about (officially) anymore but here’s how you can (and why you should) get it.
Last day to get your Marriott Bonvoy award nights in at a fixed Standard rate - changes are coming tomorrow!
If you are thinking about making yourself a S$50,000 suit at Kiton, you have until 10 October 2019 to earn 20X Membership Rewards (MR) Points here with an eligible American Express Centurion or Platinum Card.
Yantra by Hemant Oberoi has been removed from the Love Dining (Restaurant) benefit which means Platinum members will no longer be able to enjoy up to 50% off at this restaurant.
Upgrade to Ascott Star Rewards Platinum or Gold status for 24 months if you hold The Platinum Card or any American Express Platinum credit cards.
All eligible Visa Infinite members can now enjoy one free night with every three paid nights under the Infinite Nights program.
You can only convert your Chope-Dollars to KrisFlyer account once a month - do it soon if you have a huge balance expiring this year.
The brand new OCBC 90°N Card will give you up to 8 miles per dollar with no cap - here’s how you can earn 47,000 miles on your first S$5,000 spend (9.4mpd)!
My Platinum Card is up for renewal next month and with the two complimentary night at Banyan Tree/Mandarin Oriental out of the picture, should I be renewing this card for S$1,712?
New travel credit card from OCBC offers 8 miles per dollar (!) on travel and 4 miles on foreign-spend without cap until 29 February 2020. Stack it with the welcome bonus to supercharge your mile reserve - sign-up NOW for free!