Travel Better for Less
Every bank in Singapore offers a card at the $120K level…except the largest one.
Hilton has narrowed the list of programs which it’ll match status from, which means no more GHA Black matches to Diamond.
Great from the outside, disappointing on the inside.
All the deals from the world of miles and points.
AMEX’s latest transfer partner has pesky fuel surcharges, but potential sweet spots for Tokyo and Osaka.
Singapore Airlines is adding Taittinger Comtes de Champagne to the lineup, with a new Lalique amenity kit and enhanced caviar service to come.
Don’t know anything about crypto? Then the MCO Visa is not for you.
At this month’s meetup, learn everything you ever wanted to know about airfare pricing.
Apply for an eligible Citi credit card by 31 October and get S$250 cash (usual: S$200) as a new-to-bank customer.
It’s a common objection to playing the miles game- “but I just want to use one card!” Well, you can, but it’s not the smartest way of going about it.
Heads up UOB cardholders: For a S$50 annual fee, you can enjoy automatic monthly KrisFlyer conversions. Is it worth it?
Get a guaranteed 2,000 points after two stays, a targeted bonus after that. Register between now and 31 December 2019 and stay between 29 October to 14 January 2020.
UOB has upsized the miles on overseas dining, shopping and accommodation plus public transport to 4.4 mpd until the end of the year. Caps apply.
Alaska has shut down the much-loved JAL one-way trick, effectively doubling the price of a Business Class ticket to Japan. What now?
The X Card is now back in plastic form with the same 60,000 miles sign up bonus.