If you have been waiting for a transfer bonus to Singapore’s KrisFlyer program, you’re in luck.
To be clear, the only reason you might want Singapore miles is if you are looking to fly long-haul in a premium class cabin on Singapore Airlines. That’s because Singapore doesn’t share that award inventory with Star Alliance partners except *extremely* rarely.
And with that is the caveat that KrisFlyer miles hard expire at 3 years and cannot be extended (although they are currently extending miles expiring during COVID, but only in small increments).
But if with all that said you need some Singapore KrisFlyer miles, transfer before November 22nd, 2021 from any transferable bank point (Chase, Citi, Amex, Capital One, Brex) and you’ll get a bonus of 12% if you transfer up to 49,999 miles in one transaction or 15% if you transfer 50,000 of more in one transaction.
More details on the Singapore Airlines KrisFlyer promo page.
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