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The 'Best credit cards for KF miles accrual' master thread

Old Oct 31, 2014, 7:05 am
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I'm going to update this first post as more info flows in to create a 'master list' of all credit cards that offer a decent way of accruing miles - so please help out!

If you know of and/or use any other cards (or the ones already mentioned), please share your thoughts.

***ALL VALUES BELOW IN SINGAPORE DOLLARS (SGD)***
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In no particular order (apart from personal preference in terms of good-mileage opportunities):
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1. UOB PRVI Miles VISA, MasterCard, AMEX

VISA:
http://www.uob.com.sg/personal/cards...iles_visa.html
MasterCard:
http://www.uob.com.sg/personal/cards...astercard.html
Amex:
http://www.uob.com.sg/personal/cards...amex_card.html
http://www.uob.com.sg/personal/cards...ard/microsite/



Mileage accrual:
The earn rate will be 1.4 miles for every $1 spent in multiples of S$10 (every multiple of S$5 gives 6 to 7 miles due to 3.5 UNI$ rounding off, every S$10 gives 14 miles), and 2.4 miles for every $1 spent OVERSEAS (every $5 gives 12 miles).

Requirements: min. income $80,000 (not strict).
Cost: First year free, then S$256.80 for main, first two supplementary always free. Annual fee waiver for Amex card if you charge $50,000 or more in a year.
Miles conversion fee: $25 per conversion. UNI$ are combined in 1 cardholder's name/FIN Number/NRIC together for all UOB cards which earn UNI$.

Pros: Best mileage accrual rates for overseas spend only. 20,000 bonus miles and annual fee waiver with spend of $50,000 per year (both only for Amex card). $45 1-way airport transfer voucher for $1,000 overseas spend in a given quarter (Amex only).
Cons: AMEX not always accepted by merchants. Points allocated on every $5 spent, rounded down to next $5. Transfer in blocks of 5000 UNI$ points = 10,000 miles. Points are valid for 2 years (transfer before expiry and they will subsequently be valid for a further 3 years from the date of transfer to KrisFlyer).

2. UOB Preferred Platinum Visa


http://www.uob.com.sg/personal/cards..._platinum.html
http://www.uob.com.sg/personal/cards...visa_card.html


Mileage accrual: Earn 4 miles for every $1 spent using ONLY MOBILE CONTACTLESS every $5 gives 10 UNI$ which equal 20 miles). Same incredible mileage-earning ratio for internet shopping with certain restrictions (travel-related, utilities, etc.). Earn 0.4 mile for every $1 for regular, signature-based payments AND ORPHAN SPEND DUE TO $5 ROUNDING OR EXCEEDING THE BONUS U$2000 SPEND (every $5 gives 1 UNI$ which equal 2 miles).

Earning 4 miles/$ is limited to the first S$1110 spent during the per calendar month (via Mobile Contactless). 2,000UNI$ refers to the extra 9UNI$ and does not include the normal 1UNI$.(Stop when you notice you earn 3UNI$ (1 + bonus 2) for the last S$5 transaction. ($1110/5)x9=1998UNI$, hence the last S$5 transaction will earn 2 bonus UNI$. The total bonus UNI$ awarded to you from qualifying spend on Selected Online Transactions and Mobile Contactless Transactions is capped at UNI$2,000 for each calendar month. THE CAP IS ON THE 9 UNI$ BONUS NOT 10UNI$ TOTAL YOU GET WITH BASE OF U$1 PER $ SPEND

Keep in mind that some merchants offer different, non-mileage accruing awards with UOB cards which are called SMART$. Some popular merchants include Cold Storage, Guardian and Giant Supermarket, ToastBox and Starbucks. A full list of merchants where Mobile contactless transactions will NOT earn miles can be found here:
http://www.uob.com.sg/personal/cards...smartclub.html

Requirements: min. income $30,000 ($60,000 for foreigners).
Cost: First year free, then $192.60 for main and $96.30 for supplementary. Annual fee waived off easily.
Miles conversion fee: $25 per conversion, in blocks of 5000 UNI$=10,000 miles. UNI$ are combined in 1 cardholder's name for all UOB cards.

Pros: Incredible mileage accrual rates for Paywave transactions (not all merchants - some give SMART$ instead which are different rewards!) as well as internet transactions (some restrictions apply).
Cons: Points allocated on every $5 spent, rounded down to next $5. Transfer in blocks of 5000 UNI$ points = 10,000 miles. Points are valid for 2 years (transfer before expiry and they will subsequently be valid for a further 3 years from the date of transfer to KrisFlyer).

3. Citi PremierMiles MasterCard

https://www.citibank.com.sg/credit-cards/travel/premiermiles-card/?ecid=PSGONSGCCAENPM

Mileage accrual: Earn 1.2 miles for every $1 spent. Earn 2 miles for every $1 spent OVERSEAS. 10,000 bonus miles for each annual membership renewal.

Requirements: min. income $50,000 for VISA. Principal cardholder must be at least 21 years of age.
Cost: First year free, then $192.60 for VISA main, supplementary always free. Annual fee waiver available in exchange for forfeiting the 10,000renewal bonus.
Miles conversion fee: $25 per conversion.

Pros: Decent all-rounder, good for overseas spend. Points never expire. Bonus miles for annual card renewal. 11 frequent flyer programs & 3 hotel programs to choose from, including EVA Air - only 25,000 miles for 1 way Business Class within Asia!!
Cons: No miles awarded for EZ-Link & Transitlink transactions. Miles awarded per S$1. Cents not included. 1.2 miles/S$1. Transfer in blocks of 10,000 miles.

4. DBS Altitude VISA/AMEX

http://www.dbs.com/sg/personal/cards...e/default.aspx
http://www.dbs.com/sg/personal/cards...e/default.aspx



Mileage accrual: Earn 1.2 miles for every $1 spent (every $5 gives 3 DBS points which equal 6 miles). Earn 2 miles for every $1 spent OVERSEAS.

Requirements: min. income $80,000.
Cost: First year free, then $180 for main and $90 for supplementary. Annual fee waiver if you charge $25,000 or more in a year.
Miles conversion fee: S$26.75 per transfer, redeem 1700 DBS points to waive off.

Pros: Points never expire. No rounding down transaction amount to nearest $5 (calculation is done as follows: DBS points = 'transaction amount' divided by 5, multiply by 3, after that round down to nearest whole number. Minimum spend is S$1.67. Each DBS point = 2 miles). Earn 3 miles per S$1 spent on all online Flight and Hotel transactions (capped at S$5,000 per month). 10,000 miles renewal bonus if you have to pay card renewal fees.
Cons: All local spend now down to 1.2 miles/$ (since Dec 1, 2013). AMEX not always accepted by merchants. Transfer in blocks of 5000 DBS points = 10,000 miles (on the plus side points don't expire). Per transfer of S$26.75, redeem 1700 DBS points to waive off.

5. Maybank Horizon Platinum Visa

http://info.maybank2u.com.sg/persona...visa-card.aspx



Earn 3.2 air miles (8X TREATS Points) with every dollar spent on dining, petrol, taxi fares and hotel bookings at Agoda.com/horizon
Earn 2 air miles (5X TREATS Points) with every dollar spent on air tickets, travel packages and foreign currency transactions, with a minimal S$300 in a calendar month

Earn 0.4 mile for every $1 spent elsewhere (1 mile for every $2.50 spent).

Requirements: min. income $30,000 ($80,000 for foreigners).
Cost: $150 for main, supplementary always free. Unsure of any annual fee waiver conditions.
Miles conversion fee: In blocks of 5,000 points to 2000 Asia Miles or KrisFlyer. S$26.75 fee applies.

Pros: Great for ticket purchases and overseas spend. Complimentary access to selected VIP airport lounges when you charge a minimum of S$400 in a single transaction on air tickets or travel packages to your Card 3 months prior to the date of travel.
Cons: Great ONLY for ticket purchases and overseas spend. Points are valid for 1 year only, expire either on 30 June or 31 December of the same year if not Rewards Infinite member.

6. Singapore Airlines KrisFlyer Ascend AMEX

https://www.americanexpress.com/sg/s...nd-credit-card



Mileage accrual: Earn 1.2 KrisFlyer miles for every S$1 spent on all your eligible purchases with your Card

Earn 2 KrisFlyer miles for every S$1 equivalent in foreign currency spent overseas on eligible purchases during June and December

Requirements: min. income $50,000 ($60,000 for foreigners). Principal cardholder must be over 21 years of age.
Cost: First year free, otherwise $256.80 for main, 2 supplementary cards always free (more available at $80.25 each). Annual fee cannot be waived unless you spend alot.
Miles conversion fee: None - your KrisFlyer miles are transferred to your account directly with no conversion fees or charges.

Pros: None, except for welcome offers (4 complimentary airport lounge access vouchers, one complimentary night with Millennium Hotels and Resorts).

Cons: Simply nothing special - there are better cards available for all types of purchases, including flight tickets, even with all of the bonuses above applied. AMEX not always accepted by merchants.

7. Citibank Rewards Card

http://www.citibank.com.sg/gcb/credi...CACRENCCHOCALM



Earn 10X Rewards (10 Rewards Points or 4 Miles for every S$1 spent) when you shop for clothes, bags and shoes or at departmental stores or online shopping websites, including SingTel & M1 online bill payment!

Pros: Transfer to 11 FFPs & 3 Hotel programs in blocks of 25,000 points=10,000 miles; S$25 fee.

Cons: Points awarded per S$1 spend. Cents not included. Cannot combined Thank You Points across cards.

8. DBS Woman's World MasterCard Card

http://www.dbs.com.sg/personal/cards...astercard-card



10X Rewards for Online Retail Purchases
T&C Here: https://www.dbs.com.sg/iwov-resource...s_card_tnc.pdf

Pros: Men also can get this card!! DBS points are combined in 1 cardholder's name. No rounding down transaction amount to nearest $5 (calculation is done as follows: DBS points = 'transaction amount' divided by 5, multiply by 10, after that round down to nearest whole number. Minimum spend is S$1. Each DBS point = 2 miles).

Cons: DBS points are valid for 1 year based on card anniversary date. The additional 9X DBS Points for online retail spend in a calendar month will be awarded on the 16th of the next calendar month. If the above days are not working days, the Points will be awarded on the next working day. The additional 9X DBS Points are only applicable to the first S$2,000 online retail spend every calendar month.

9. OCBC Titanium Rewards Card

https://www.ocbc.com/personal-bankin...astercard.html

10x OCBC$ on your shopping Local & Overseas Shopping Transactions, Local & Overseas Department Store Transactions and Local & Overseas Online Transactions.
The remaining 9 OCBC$ will be posted to the Card Account by the end of the next calendar month

https://www.ocbc.com/assets/pdf/card...ons.pdf?rand=1
10,000 KrisFlyer miles requires OCBC$ 25000, For each conversion of OCBC$ to KrisFlyer miles a fee of S$25 will be charged

10. UOB Lady's Card
https://www.uob.com.sg/personal/card...ard/index.page

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The 'Best credit cards for KF miles accrual' master thread

Old May 28, 2013, 7:18 am
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Originally Posted by percysmith
Well of course I suppose all banks will try and pretend chargeback rights don't exist, they have to spend time and money servicing the request.
Unfortunately for them Visa does publish the VIOR so we can prove what they can do.

However, if they don't want to care, does MAS care? Seems like the answer in HK (to HKMA) is yes, though we don't know for sure. Normally when a customer has a clear right (i.e. not a commercial dispute) and invokes a HKMA complaint, the bank will fold. Has anyone gone down the MAS path for Singapore https://secure.mas.gov.sg/consumerfeedback/ ?
No, what I mean is that if you have the right, the banks will do it, if you insist on it. However, the end result is usually that the banks will tell you that they have investigated and found in favour of the merchant. Unless you have some irrefutable proof (maybe a recording of the cashier confirming local currency?), don't expect the banks to fight for your rights.

Even a complaint to MAS will probably result in them telling you the bank has done their due diligence.
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Old May 28, 2013, 9:30 am
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Originally Posted by Archieflyer
No, what I mean is that if you have the right, the banks will do it, if you insist on it. However, the end result is usually that the banks will tell you that they have investigated and found in favour of the merchant. Unless you have some irrefutable proof (maybe a recording of the cashier confirming local currency?), don't expect the banks to fight for your rights.

Even a complaint to MAS will probably result in them telling you the bank has done their due diligence.
I would think the following is irrefutable:

- a carbon slip with the local currency being selected (see page 3 of http://www.scribd.com/doc/143923335/...rgeback-Form-1 ); or

- a copy of the *merchant* thermal slip with the local currency being selected (this would have to be a smartphone snap in order to be irrefutable, as you would tick/circle, sign and hand back the merchant slip to the merchant and get a cardholder slip without your selection recorded).

Fortunately as a former British colony like we in HK, Singaporean cardholders probably can resort to bills of exchanges common law for card slips - bankers are only meant to pay what is on the face of the card slip. If the cardholder can produce a copy of the slip the merchant received (either one of the above) then the case is irrefutable.

http://www.chipandspin.co.uk/spin.pdf

Sales vouchers were governed by laws that evolved for cheques
Although as applied to lingua101, this means Singaporean banks can't be arsed to require Chinese banks to produce the merchant's card slips even though document retrieval is possible via Visanet. He'll probably lose every case for which he doens't have a carbon card slip (and I don't suppose he'd be aware of the need to photo card slips until now).

But since the DBS Fortress slip is carbon, that can surely be charged back akin to my Macanese card slip!

(Oh well, I wouldn't try to chargeback without a carbon copy/snapshop of the slip here in HK either)

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Old May 28, 2013, 10:03 pm
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Hi, just wondering, if I am about to apply for a "secured credit card" by placing a 10k FD in a bank, am I able to get one of the cards from page 1?
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Old May 29, 2013, 12:07 am
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Originally Posted by invisible
It is not yet, but it is quoted in SGD on the reservation.

Well, let's see how it materializes in the credit card slip once I am there.
If Credit Card I think you will be charged in IDR, as the Indonesian Merchant bank cannot charge you in SGD (not aware that DCC option is even avail in ID).

Not sure about Bintan, as some of the resort is actually own by Sporean business, which may use Singapore Bank as merchant bank (is there any rule that prevent this to happen, i.e. cross border merchant bank?)

BTW why we are talking this here. the mods may get angry
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Old May 29, 2013, 2:23 am
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I keep hearing it is not possible to charge in IDR in ID - more than one merchant told me it is Bank Indonesia foreign currency requirements - both in Bintan as well as Bali.

And no DCC whatsoever - even when using a Visa in St Regis Bali restaurant - whose Shenzhen counterpart caused me much DCC grief.

U have to trust the merchant on the USD/SGD:IDR however. Fluctuates somewhat even among big hotels
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Old May 29, 2013, 9:46 am
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Originally Posted by percysmith
BTW - re Citi - I've been exchanging MSN messages with a friend of the SO who got overcharged (not DCC) by a Hilton in Europe (taxes were added when hotel reservation confirmation did not mention), Citi HK wants to charge HK$50 for any chargeback regardless of whether the complaint is ultimately successful or not!
I called up Citi myself to double check and they said "well, your friend can apply for a waiver if the chargeback is ultimately successful". I never disputed a charge with Citi (I do my best to avoid using it - when the earn rate is equal to another card the other card gets used).
Same for Citi SG?
Oh no. It is DCC after all. The booking was made on a cancellable rate months ago, the hotel charged friend of SO two days prior to check-in and applied DCC.

There was no way for the hotel to pass to the rate to friend of SO if the booking was from months ago (the hotel had to wait until end of cancellable period), so I'm thinking of a chargeback based on the absurdity of the circumstances which DCC was supposedly "authorised" alone.

http://www.flyertalk.com/forum/europ...l#post20829662
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Old May 30, 2013, 5:08 pm
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Saw my statement that conversion of UNI$ to miles will be charged at $25 from June 5th.

Take note if you've been planning to convert
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Old May 31, 2013, 2:01 am
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I keep hearing it is not possible to charge in IDR in ID - more than one merchant told me it is Bank Indonesia foreign currency requirements - both in Bintan as well as Bali.

And no DCC whatsoever - even when using a Visa in St Regis Bali restaurant - whose Shenzhen counterpart caused me much DCC grief.

U have to trust the merchant on the USD/SGD:IDR however. Fluctuates somewhat even among big hotels
Not sure about Bintan, but for Bali for sure the CC will be charged in IDR. As I said I do not think ID bank can process USD payment. All my charge in Bali were in IDR although price is stated in USD.

Like I said the USD price is normally put to ensure "stability" of the price
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Old Jun 1, 2013, 2:05 am
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Originally Posted by percysmith
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I keep hearing it is not possible to charge in IDR in ID - more than one merchant told me it is Bank Indonesia foreign currency requirements - both in Bintan as well as Bali.

I've charged IDR in Jakarta and Batam many times. Both on USD (Char Sapphire Preferred) and SGD (Citi Premiermiles) cards.
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Old Jun 1, 2013, 7:50 am
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Originally Posted by hclee01
https://sg.anz.com/ANZPrivileges/car...-sure-win-spin

From 1 May to 30 Jun 2013, look forward to guaranteed gifts as follows:

Receive gifts with ANZ Online Sure-win Spin

Accumulate S$1,000 on ANZ Credit Card and get 2 pins to win a variety of gifts including S$10,000 cash credit, iPad Mini, dining and shopping vouchers, airlines tickets and more. You will get 1 spin for every S$500 charged thereafter and double spins for overseas spend.

To participate, SMS <surewin> space <16-digit credit card no> space <mobile number> to 77288.

Get up to S$50 cash credit every week

Enjoy S$5 cash credit every time you charge S$100 or more to your ANZ Credit Card, up to 10 redemptions or S$50 each week.

To redeem, SMS <cash> space <16-digit credit card no> space <spend amount> to 77288.

Terms & Conditions:
- Valid from 1 May to 30 Jun 2013 and open to all Principal & Supplementary Cardmembers

- A return SMS acknowledgement will be sent to the Cardmember

- To qualify for the ANZ Online Sure-Win Spin, Cardmember must send an SMS with the required format to 77288 and charge a min of S$1,000 to ANZ cards to earn the first 2 spins. Thereafter, every subsequent S$500 will earn 1 spin. Every S$500 charged in foreign currency (other than SGD) will earn double the number of spins. Each card can earn up to a max of 20 spins throughout the promotion period. Cardmembers will receive the URL to log on with their unique User ID and the number of spins earned based on accumulated card spend over the promotion period. SMS will be sent before 31 Jul 2013. Gifts in the ANZ Online Sure-Win Spin should be awarded in the form of bonus Rewards Points / Travel$.

- To qualify for the S$5 Cash Credit, Cardmembers must charge a min of S$100 to ANZ cards in a single receipt within the promotion period and send SMS to 77288. Cardmembers may submit no more than 10 redemption requests per calendar week. A calendar week begins on Monday and ends on Sunday. Each successful redemption will be awarded 260 bonus Rewards Points / 1050 bonus Travel$, which can be used to redeem S$5 cash credit from the ANZ Rewards Program or keep the points for future redemption. Total number of redemption is limited to 30,000 throughout the promotion period, treated on first come first served basis, while stocks last.

As such, for the S$5 Cash Credit, every S$100 will give you 1,190 Travel$ (140 Travel$ + 1,050 Travel$). As such, S$1 = 11.9 miles! Very good promotion!
I called up ANZ and ask if the 30,000 quota for the S$5 cash credit has reached, today, 1/6/13. ANZ say the reply SMS is just an acknowledgement, and not a confirmation that you are the first 30,000 redemptions.

1 month has passed. I suspect quota already reached. Because the CSO said that some people spend $1000, but split into 10 charge slips so send 10 SMSes. So from now onwards its up to you to take the risk if you want to participate in the S$5 cash credit promotion.

You will know how many of the SMSes you sent are within the first 30,000 when you get your September 2013 statement and see how many 1050 Travel$ is credited.
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Old Jun 1, 2013, 8:44 am
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Split to S$1,000 slips - split to not-rounded amounts maybe? S$1,001, S$1,002...S$1,009 and so on?

Similar to what we do in HK when trying to exploit a spending offer by buying coupons even tho T&C forbids it. We figured the banks can't figure out what we're buying unless they're filtering by multiples of $100/$1,000...so the more paranoid of us will throw in a chupa chup with the coupons to throw off the rounding.

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Old Jun 3, 2013, 9:06 pm
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AMERICAN EXPRESS COBRAND (SQCB) Bonus Miles - First Card Spend

I got the new Amex SIA card and was given this 5000 miles, although I already had the 5000 for the previous Amex SIA card last year. Anyone receiving the same?
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Old Jun 3, 2013, 9:50 pm
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Originally Posted by Marsy
AMERICAN EXPRESS COBRAND (SQCB) Bonus Miles - First Card Spend

I got the new Amex SIA card and was given this 5000 miles, although I already had the 5000 for the previous Amex SIA card last year. Anyone receiving the same?
Nice Marsy! ^
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Old Jun 3, 2013, 10:59 pm
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Originally Posted by lcpteck
Nice Marsy! ^
Surprised to see a bunch of miles coming in this morning, went to check the details and saw this
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Old Jun 4, 2013, 12:27 am
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Originally Posted by Marsy
AMERICAN EXPRESS COBRAND (SQCB) Bonus Miles - First Card Spend

I got the new Amex SIA card and was given this 5000 miles, although I already had the 5000 for the previous Amex SIA card last year. Anyone receiving the same?
Me too: http://www.flyertalk.com/forum/20784043-post1566.html

I had 2 KrisFlyer Gold cards in the past, last one cancelled in 2010, 5000 bonus miles was given for the first KrisFlyer Gold card only, did not get for the 2nd one.

Seems like everyone got the 5000 bonus miles from KrisFlyer Ascend, whether or not you hold the KrisFlyer Gold card in the past.
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