The Milelion is featured in the Straits Times!

I’m delighted to be featured in today’s (29th May) Straits Times feature on how careful credit card spending can reap massive rewards. And a big shout out to our resident guestwriter and hotel review expert Fred for being featured too.

The full article can be found here, and because over time the link will become invalid you can find a PDF version here. Or you can just click below…

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Although I am disappointed I was not portrayed as a loopy, Howard Hughes type huddled in a dim room with long fingernails, jars of urine and mountains of discarded credit cards, my hope is that with sufficient time I will achieve such levels of eccentricity.

Man, that’d be awesome for publicity.

Aaron Wong
Aaron founded The Milelion to help people travel better for less and impress chiobu. He was 50% successful.

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Hawaii

Congrats Aaron! Well done!

Marcus

Well done man! You deserved to be featured!

But they should feature your chart on how to maximise each credit card to get the spend, and not that chart which also feature useless SQ-Krisflyer-Amex cards!

Nonetheless, good article by the way!

JC

Aaron , you were already awesome even without the ST article.
One doesn’t need the ST to tell you so !

Zack

Congrats Aaron!

Sam

When I saw the article on ST, my first thought was “they must have featured Milelion!” I scanned through the paragraphs and voila! Congrats!!

Frederick

Hahahaha.

Thank you Aaron for the opportunity. Hope I didn’t reveal too much. We still need readers to come to Milelion for more info!

Frederick

So far it is Noooooo……….

Louis

I’m more dismayed by the (I think) errors on the chart – e.g. I believe they’ve used the wrong image for the SCB VI pictured is the Priority Banking version, not the general VI they more recently launched that they list the earn rate for) and have incorrect info for miles transfer fee for Citi Prestige, at least.

Vin

Awesome! Grats!

[…] Straits Times noticed that credit cards can earn miles, and thanks to consulting the MileLion got some of it […]

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