The Singapore Airlines KrisFlyer program has launched a milestone rewards program that sees members earning bonuses as they earn more and more Elite Miles in a calendar year. At the lower levels the bonuses aren't particularly exciting, but once you earn 20,000 Elite Miles things start to look a lot more interesting and the bonuses start to have some actual value.
Singapore Airlines is the latest airline to offer a bonus to anyone transferring points from most (possibly all) of its bank partners around the world. In the case of the United States, transfers from Amex, Citi, Chase, Capital One appear to qualify but with over 40 participating banks around the world, most readers should be able to make the most of this offer if it works for them (some may be able to get a 20% bonus).
A few months ago, Singapore Airlines announced that it was offering 1-year elite status extensions to all its KrisFlyer and PPS Club elites whose membership year ends between March 2020 and February 2021. Now the airline has gone further and announced that it is bringing in a measure to help its elites retain their status for a further year.
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We've already seen Singapore Airlines offering some amazing discounts on award fares as it celebrates 21 years of the KrisFlyer program, and now the airline is offering members the chance to boost their mileage balances when they refer friends and family who go on to make a qualifying transaction with the airline.
Singapore Airlines has just announced its first set of Spontaneous Escapes offers for 2020 as there are some fantastic deals on offer. To celebrate the 21st 'birthday' of the KrisFlyer loyalty program the airline is offering an extra 21% off select award bookings to take the total available discount to an incredible 51%...and select routes to/from the US, Europe, and Australia are all included!
In this set of Spontaneous Escapes deals Singapore Airlines is offering the usual discounts on flights between Singapore and various destinations in Asia but there are also some very good Business Class deals for travel to/from Europe, Australia, and the US.
In this set of Spontaneous Escapes deals we're seeing the usual discounts on flights between Singapore and various destinations in Asia but we're also seeing a couple of good Business Class deals to Europe, a few nice deals to/from Australia and two good Premium Economy deals on routes to/from the United States.
Singapore Airlines has published its 'Spontaneous Escapes' for September 2019 and, as usual, the airline is offering discounts of up to 30% on Business Class, Premium Economy and Economy Class award bookings on select routes.
Singapore Airlines has published its 'Spontaneous Escapes' for August 2019 and once again we're seeing the airline offering discounts of up to 30% on Business Class, Premium Economy and Economy Class award bookings on select routes.