Tap with no cap with OCBC Titanium Rewards and Samsung Pay

The OCBC Titanium Rewards Card earns you 4 mpd for all mobile payments irrespective of the merchants you perform the transaction with. Mobile payments include Apple Pay, Android Pay and Samsung Pay. Most mobile payments utilise Near Field Communication (NFC) technology, whose terminals accept payments of up to S$100 only. Do take note, however, that…

Save miles for upgrade redemptions on Singapore Airlines

Most of you should already know that your miles can be used to either redeem an award ticket in full, or to redeem an upgrade to the next cabin class. This post will be focusing on the latter mode of redemption on Star Alliance carriers. Based on the Star Alliance upgrade chart (Singapore is classified…

Battle of the 10x Rewards (or 4 miles per dollar) cards: Who’s the Winner?

As I have mentioned before, a specialised spending strategy will take you further when it come to earning miles, when compared with a general spending strategy. Yes, it is extremely convenient to have a one-size-fits-all card, where you don’t have to bother about switching cards between different types of transactions. However, for now, given that…

The only two cards that allow for a free conversion from points to miles

Here in Singapore, most credit cards charge a processing fee for the conversion of points to miles. If you are in the business of accumulating miles for travel, such processing fees are unavoidable. Some credit cards impose a fee per conversion, while others impose a one time annual fee for an unlimited number of conversions….

Credit Cards that you should have in 2018 to earn you the most miles

We all use our credit cards for different transactions. Sometimes having many cards can get a little confusing, especially when you are deciding which card will give you the most miles for any given transaction. In this post, I will outline some of the key credit cards that you should be holding on to, if…