High Miles Earn Rate
Entry-level miles card with higher-than-average earn rates of 1.4 miles per dollar locally and 2.4 miles per dollar overseas. Also offers one of the best promotional rates for Expedia and Agoda, at 6 miles per dollar.
S$1 = 2.4 Miles
Overseas Spending Rewards
Min. Spend per month
Foreign Transaction Fee
Online Promo
Get up to 44,000 miles when you successfully apply for a UOB PRVI Miles Card and spend a min. of S$1,000 on their new UOB PRVI credit card for 2 consecutive months from card approval date. T&Cs apply.
Valid until 28 Feb 2023 - See more details below

Are you eligible?

    • Limited to the first 300 new-to-UOB Credit Cardmembers who apply for a UOB PRVI Miles Card.
    • Promotion is valid till 28 February 2023
    • Valid for New Cardholders only

What you need to know

  1. Charge a minimum of S$1,000 in Eligible Transactions per month for 2 consecutive months from your card approval date
  2. Make full payment for the Eligible Card's Annual Fee.
  3. Register to participate in the promotion.

Quick Facts

Get the maximum value by

Using it to pay for travel expenses, preferably with Agoda and Expedia bookings.

Good for

Business travellers who are high spenders. People (e.g. breadwinners) who spend a lot locally in a single month.

Categories to maximise this card

Travel and General spending.

What people use it for

Travel expenses, local household spending (e.g. groceries, dining, kids' enrichment).

Get if

You are a frequent traveller, or you pay for high personal or household expenses every month.

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