Following the premature ending of 10X OCBC$ for mobile payments made using the OCBC Titanium Rewards card, OCBC has just announced that they will be removing the option for OCBC VOYAGE Cardholders to purchase 500,000 VOYAGE miles for S$10,000. The last day to take advantage of this offer is 31 August 2018 and following that, OCBC VOYAGE Cardholders will only be able to renew their VOYAGE Card by paying either S$488 or S$3,210 for 15,000 and 150,000 VOYAGE Miles respectively.
While the S$10,000 option is not necessarily the cheapest way to purchase miles in Singapore by paying for the credit card's annual fee, it certainly is one of the most convenient options to 'build your bank' - having 500,000 miles can be a great way to jump start this hobby and if you use it wisely, you can definitely get a lot of value out of these.
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