AMEX Platinum cardholders: Buy Marriott Tang Plaza dining vouchers at 50% off


Pay $100 for $200 worth of dining vouchers at the Marriott Tang Plaza Singapore, with validity till 30 November 2020.

From now till 9 July 2020, American Express Platinum cardholders can purchase S$200 worth of F&B vouchers at Marriott Tang Plaza Hotel for S$100.

This offer is available to all principal and supplementary cardholders of the AMEX Platinum Credit Card, AMEX Platinum Reserve, and the AMEX Platinum Charge

As a reminder, you can currently get a S$150 CapitaVoucher upon approval for the AMEX Platinum Credit Card, with no spending required

New Offer

AMEX Platinum Credit Card

Get a $150 Lazada and 50% off dining at restaurants & hotels
Offer Expires: Sep 30, 2020
Total Spend
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Income Req.
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Earning Rewards
0.69 mpdLocal Spend
0.69 mpdOverseas Spend
3.45 mpdPlatinum EXTRA Merchants
Other Benefits

Receive a $150 Lazada voucher upon approval, with no minimum spend required. Spend $5,000 in the first 3 months to receive a bonus of 25,000 Membership Rewards points (13,888 miles). Apply through The Milelion to receive a further bonus of 12,000 Membership Rewards points (6,667 miles)

Transfer your points to 7 different airlines and 2 hotel loyalty programs, with no transfer fees and no expiry.

Enjoy up to 50% off your dining bill at Love Dining participating restaurants and hotels (such as Fairmont, St Regis, The Capitol Kempinski, W Singapore and more), and 1 for 1 drinks under the Chillax program.

Receive spa vouchers from Advea Spa, Spa Rael and The Ultimate, and enjoy up to 40% off a la carte services.

Enjoy complimentary green fees when playing golf with a paying companion on weekdays, and two paying companions on weekends at premier golf and country clubs across Singapore, Cambodia, Indonesia, Malaysia, Philippines, Thailand and Vietnam.

AMEX Platinum x Marriott Tang Plaza promotion

Crossroads Cafe, Marriott Tang Plaza
Crossroads Cafe, Marriott Tang Plaza

To purchase these vouchers, send an email to [email protected] and quote “AMEX Love Dining Privileges”. You’ll receive a link to make payment online (payment has to be done with an AMEX card, obviously). 

There’s no limit to the number of vouchers you can buy, and validity is till 30 November 2020. Vouchers will be issued in denominations of S$50, and can be used at the following restaurants:

  • Marriott Cafe 
  • Crossroads
  • Wan Hao 
  • Lobby Lounge 
  • JAVA+

Do note that you’ll have to physically collect your vouchers at the hotel. Vouchers can be used for both dine in and take away, but cannot be combined with other promotional programs or discounts such as Love Dining.


But what about Love Dining?

Speaking of Love Dining, you may be wondering why you’d want to lock up money in vouchers when you can get 50% off on an ad-hoc basis. 

Two main reasons. First, Love Dining’s 50% off only applies when you dine with two people. The more people in your party (or if you’re dining solo), the lower the discount:

  • 2 pax: 50% off
  • 3 pax: 33% off
  • 4 pax: 25% off
  • 5-10/20 pax: 20% off*
  • Dining alone: 10-15% off
*5-10 pax for hotel partners, 5-20 pax for restaurant partners

These vouchers can therefore be used whenever you’re dining in a larger group, but still want to enjoy 50% off. 

Second, Love Dining’s discount does not extend to beverages, whether alcoholic or otherwise. These 50% off vouchers will. 

If memory serves me correctly, eatigo was also offering 50% off at Marriott Tang Plaza’s restaurants before Covid-19, so it’s worth seeing if they bring that back. Eatigo’s discount does not cover drinks, however. 


If you enjoy the restaurants at the Marriott Tang Plaza Hotel, this is a good way of securing a future discount on your dining. 

On another note, Love Dining benefits have now resumed with the reopening of restaurants under Phase 2. I visited 15 Stamford on Friday and received the usual discounts, just as before the circuit breaker.

Love Dining benefits are not affected by the government’s advisory against offering promotions in the first two weeks of Phase 2. In all likelihood, that rule was intended for promotions above and beyond what the restaurant normally offers, as opposed to evergreen ones. 

Aaron Wong
Aaron founded The Milelion with the intention of helping people travel better for less and impressing chiobu. He was 50% successful.

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just use eatigo



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