Citi PremierMiles extends 45,000 miles sign-up bonus till 31 March 2022


Apply for the Citi PremierMiles Card by 31 Mar 2022 and get 45,000 miles with S$9,000 spend in the first 3 months.

In November 2020, Citibank significantly enhanced the sign-up bonus on the Citi PremierMiles Card, increasing it from 37,300 miles to 45,000 miles while holding the spending requirement constant at S$9,000. 

This offer has now been further extended to applications received by 31 March 2022. Do note that it is not available for applications via SingSaver, so use this link instead if you prefer alternative gifts like an iRobot, S$400 Apple vouchers or S$350 cash.

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Citibank is running separate sign-up offers for both new-to-bank and existing customers, so you’ll still be eligible for something even if you already hold a Citibank credit card. 

⚠️ For the purpose of this offer, Citibank defines a new-to-bank customer as someone who does not currently hold a principal Citi credit card, and has not done so in the 12 months prior to 1 November 2020.

New-to-bank Customers

New-to-bank customers can select from two different sign-up offers at the point of application. 

Option 1: Spend S$9K, Get 45,000 miles

New-to-bank customers who pay the S$192.60 annual fee and spend S$9,000 within 3 months of approval will receive a total of 45,000 miles.

📅  Citi has a generous definition of “3 months”. The qualifying period starts from the date of card approval to three months after the end of the month of approval. So if you were approved on 2 Jul 2021, for example, you’d have until 31 Oct 2021 to hit the qualifying spend. 

This is broken down into:

  • 10,800 base miles from spending S$9,000 @ 1.2 mpd
  • 10,000 miles for paying the S$192.60 annual fee
  • 24,200 bonus miles for meeting the spending requirement

The T&C for this sign up offer can be found here.

Option 2: Spend S$4K, Get 18,000 miles plus fee waiver

New-to-bank customers who prefer not to pay the annual fee can still get a smaller sign-up bonus. 

By spending S$4,000 within 3 months of approval, they’ll earn a total of 18,000 miles. This is broken down into:

  • 4,800 base miles from spending S$4,000 @ 1.2 mpd
  • 13,200 bonus miles for meeting the spending requirement

The T&C for this sign-up offer can be found here.

Existing Customers

If you’re an existing customer, apply via the official website and you should be able to choose from the above two options.

Option 1: Spend S$9K, Get 24,300 miles + S$100 Kaligo e-voucher

Existing customers who pay the annual fee and spend S$9,000 within 3 months of approval get a S$100 e-voucher and 24,300 miles. This is broken down into:

  • 10,800 base miles from spending S$9,000 @ 1.2 mpd
  • 10,000 miles for paying the S$192.60 annual fee
  • 3,500 miles for meeting the spending requirement

The e-voucher comes with a few strings attached so do take note. You’ll need to go to to spend the voucher, and your stay must be at least two nights. The voucher is valid till 31 December 2021. 

The T&C for this sign-up bonus can be found here. 

Option 2: Fee Waiver

Existing customers can also opt for a waiver of the first year’s annual fee. If you do, that’s all you get- no bonus miles, no nothing. 

What counts as qualifying spend?

Qualifying spend refers to retail transactions charged to the card, and excludes the following: 

  • annual fees, interest charges, late payment charges, GST, cash advances, instalment/easy/extended/equal payment plans, preferred payment plans, balance transfers, cash advances, quasi-cash transactions, all fees charged by Citibank or third party, miscellaneous charges imposed by Citibank (unless otherwise stated in writing by Citibank);
  • funds transfers using the card as source of funds;
  • bill payments (including via Citibank Online or via any other channel or agent)

Other payments like insurance, education or government services will count towards the qualifying spend, but will not earn any base points. CardUp payments count towards the sign-up bonus, and will also earn base points as per normal. 

Citibank has confirmed that spending on Citi PayAll will count towards the qualifying spend, which is good news for those with rent, education expenses, taxes or condo fees to pay.

Citi Miles are one of the most valuable transfer currencies in Singapore

Citi PremierMiles cardholders get access to 11 different frequent flyer programs and one hotel partner, the widest selection of any bank in Singapore.

Partner Transfer Ratio

A S$26.75 conversion fee applies for every transfer, and do note that Thank You points earned on the Citi Prestige/Citi Rewards cards do not pool with Citi Miles, so you’ll have to redeem them separately.

The flexibility of Citi Miles means they’re a great way to enjoy sweet spots in programs like Etihad Guest, British Airways Avios and Turkish Miles&Smiles.

For example, you could redeem a Singapore to Europe round-trip Business Class flight for just 90,000 miles with Miles&Smiles. That’s half the price that Singapore Airlines charges (albeit with fuel surcharges), which means you could fly two people with Miles&Smiles for the cost of flying one with KrisFlyer. 

Overview: Citi PremierMiles Card

citi premiermiles card reviewApply Here
Income Req. S$30,000 p.a  Points Validity No Expiry
Annual Fee S$192.60
(First Year Free)
10,000 Citi Miles
(10,000 miles)
Miles with
Annual Fee
10,000 Transfer
  • Singapore Airlines
  • British Airways
  • Cathay Pacific
  • Etihad
  • EVA Air
  • Flying Blue
  • Malaysia Airlines
  • Qantas
  • Qatar Airways
  • Turkish Airlines
  • IHG
FCY Fee 3.25% Transfer Fee S$26.75
Local Earn 1.2 mpd Points Pool? No
FCY Earn 2.0 mpd Lounge Access? Yes: 2 x Priority Pass
Special Earn 7 mpd on Agoda, 10 mpd on Kaligo Airport Limo? No
Cardholder Terms and Conditions

The Citi PremierMiles Card earns 1.2 mpd on local spend and 2.0 mpd on overseas spend. Citibank awards points on every dollar of spending, and the minimum spend to earn points is S$1. 

The Citi PremierMiles Card comes with a Priority Pass membership that provides two complimentary visits per calendar year. Note that this is slightly different from most other credit cards on the market, which award their free visits per membership year.

Read a full review of the Citi PremierMiles Card here. 


The Citi PremierMiles Card is a solid general spending card to have in your wallet, and the improved sign-up bonus only sweetens the deal. Assuming you’re able to spend S$9,000 in the first 3 months, it’s definitely one of the first sign-up bonuses I’d consider. 

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

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Hi Aaron,

I believe payall’s 2.5MPD promo has lasped


Hi Aaron, will we receive 10,000 miles every year upon paying the annual fee?


Hi Aaron,

Is the confirmation that Citi Payall transactions count towards the promo spend somewhere on the website / T&Cs? I tried messaging Citibank to ask but they’re just giving me a runaround

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