Hot Deal: Get S$250, ErgoTune, Xiaomi Redmi Note 11, or AirPods Pro With American Express KrisFlyer Cards

Apply for either the Amex KrisFlyer (Blue) or the Amex KrisFlyer Ascend to get as much as S$250 in cash via PayNow, or a choice of hot products like ErgoTune chairs, Xiaomi handphone, or AirPods Pro! Offer is until 17th July 2022.

Key differences between the Amex KrisFlyer Cards

Amex KrisFlyer (Blue)Amex KrisFlyer Ascend
Annual Fee$176.55 (fee waived)$337.05
Annual Income$30,000$50,000
Earn Rate1.1 miles per dollar1.2 miles per dollar
Lounge AccessNone4 Plaza Premium Lounge visits a year
Free Hotel NightNoneComplimentary night each year at participating Hilton Properties

Essentially, the choice boils down to whether you want to pay an annual fee for Ascend’s lounge visits and free night stay at one of the participating Hilton locations. Both cards have pretty low earn rates and shouldn’t be your card of choice since you should always put spend on a 4 miles per dollar card as far as possible.

Applicants of the Amex KrisFlyer (Blue) card has to spend $1,000 within 60 days of card approval. Ascend applicants have a smaller minimum spend of $500 within 30 days.

Amex KrisFlyer

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New to Amex Basic Cards

Sign up and make your first transaction as a first-time Amex KrisFlyer cardholder5,000 miles
Spend S$500 on eligible transactions within 30 days from card approval21,450 miles
Base earn rate on S$500 spend550 miles
Total 27,000 KrisFlyer miles
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Until 29th May 2024

Amex KrisFlyer earns 1.1 KrisFlyer miles per S$1 spent, and it’s credited directly to your KrisFlyer Account.

Amex KrisFlyer Ascend

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Annual fee: S$343.35 (inclusive 9% GST)

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Promo from Amex

Receive up to 31,500 KrisFlyer miles

Compulsory annual fee of S$340.20 and min. spending of S$1,000 within 30 days of card approval New to Amex: 27,800 KrisFlyer miles 

Existing Amex cardholders: 17,800 KrisFlyer miles
First time you charge to your card5,000 KrisFlyer miles
(Applicable for first-time American Express Singapore Airlines Credit Card applicants only)
Spend a minimum of S$1,000 in the first month of Card Membership.1,000 KrisFlyer miles 

Base earn rate on S$1,000 spend1,200 KrisFlyer miles 
TotalNew to Amex: 35,000 KrisFlyer miles

Existing Amex Cardholder: 25,000 KrisFlyer miles
⚠️ Holding period of at least 6 months from card approval or fees equivalent to the points credited will be charged.

Terms and conditions apply. Until 29th May 2024


  • Complimentary one night stay each year at participating Hilton Properties
  • Complimentary upgrade to Hilton Honors Silver membership tier
  • 4 complimentary airport lounge access passes
  • KrisFlyer Elite Gold Membership tier upgrade (spend above S$15,000 on eligible purchases made on within the first 12 months from card approval)

Amex KrisFlyer Ascend earns 1.2 KrisFlyer miles per S$1 spent, and it’s credited directly to your KrisFlyer Account. Complimentary one night stay each year at participating Hilton Properties and complimentary upgrade to Hilton Honors Silver membership tier, plus 4 complimentary lounge passes each year. Annual fee of S$340.20 is payable.

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