Big Buff: UOB Lady’s Cards Increase Earn Rates By 50% – Now 6 Miles Per Dollar
Happy International Women’s Day! For almost a year from 8th March 2023 to 29th February 2024, UOB has increased the earn rates of UOB Lady’s Card and UOB Lady’s Solitaire Card to 6 miles per dollar on selected categories – a 50% boost from their previous 4 miles per dollar earn rates.
This is given in blocks of 15X UNI$ per S$5 spent, and remember that bank points can be traded for things like cash and vouchers, making the UOB Lady’s Cards 3% cashback card of sorts (15 cents per S$5 spent) on selected categories. You could even transfer the miles to Kris+ to be spent at a rate of 0.667 cents per mile, making this a 4% card of sorts. (Thanks Sole guy!)
Also, if you use your miles as cash to pay for flights on Singapore Air or Scoot, 6 miles per dollar is equivalent to a 5.7% rebate card.
The UOB Lady’s Cards give their high earn rates on categories that users select, and they may pick from the following:
- Beauty & Wellness
UOB Lady’s Card users can choose one category while the higher-end (S$120,000 annual income requirement) UOB Lady’s Solitaire Card users can choose two categories. The choice of categories can be changed every calendar quarter.
Unfortunately, unlike DBS’s card for the ladies, you must indeed be a woman to apply for the UOB Lady’s Card.
Get up to S$510 in Grab vouchers & lululemon Gift Card
A silk twilly scarf designed by Tiffany Lovage when you apply! Terms and conditions apply.
15X UNI$ per dollar spent (6mpd) on selected category until 29th February 2024
In a world where 4 miles per dollar is the norm, 6 miles per dollar is very attractive and even cashback people shouldn’t ignore this, assuming you are of the fairer gender. Heck, gents may even find it worth the trouble to get a female friend/relative to sign up for the card for his usage, though depending on the airline, note that points can only be transferred to a frequent flyer account of the same name as the cardholder.
Given a promotional period of a year and excluding half the population from this earn rate, I wonder if UOB is experimenting and considering whether to roll it out to their other cards. I’m hoping yes.
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