Earn Miles on Everyday Spending
A card that lets you earn KrisFlyer miles directly, with bonus miles for day-to-day spending like dining and online shopping. To get the bonus miles, spend at least $500 a year on Singapore Airlines (or related companies).
S$1 = 3 Miles
on Singapore Airlines, SilkAir, Scoot and KrisShop
S$1 = 3 Miles
on dining, food delivery, online shopping and travel, and transport spend
S$1 = 1.2 Miles
on all other spend
Online Promo
Receive S$300 Cashback for new to UOB cardmembers for 1st 100 Customers to make a min spend of $1.5K within 30 days of card approval. T&Cs Apply.
Receive 3,000 miles when you make a minimum spend of S$5. T&Cs Apply.
Valid until 31 Oct 2021 - See more details below

Are you eligible?

    • S$300 Cashback Promotion valid only for the subsequent 100 new-to-UOB cardmembers
    • 3,000 miles Promotion valid only for new UOB cardmembers

What you need to know

  1. S$300 Cashback Promotion - To qualify for the reward, make a min. spend of S$1,500 within 30 days of card approval
  2. 3,000 miles Promotion - Make a min. spend of S$5 on your first transaction to be eligible for the reward

Quick Facts

Get the maximum value by

Spending at least $500 a year on Singapore Airlines to unlock bonus miles for daily spending categories.

Good for

People who want to earn miles fast with day-to-day spending.

Categories to maximise this card

Dining, online shopping, online travel and transport

What people use it for

Everyday expenses and travel bookings

Get if

You see yourself spending at least $500 on Singapore Airlines or Scoot a year and your expenses are high enough such that you do not worry about expiring miles.

All Details

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