Singapore Airlines Launched KrisFlyer back in June this year and they been steadily increasing the number of merchants and they’ve added a couple of new ones and have some new promotions going on until the end of 2014.
What is KrisFlyer Spree
Just as a quick recap KrisFlyer Spree it’s an online shopping mall basically that allows you to collect KrisFlyer Miles for your online purchases. KrisFlyer Spree is available in multiple countries (not just Singapore), and has hundreds of merchants offering different amounts of Miles from just a few to tens or perhaps hundreds for every $10 USD spent. I have reviewed it before when it was launched and if you want to check out that post to learn more then click on the link below:
New Merchants Launched in Singapore October 2014
Ashford Singapore which is a luxury watch seller is new to KrisFlyer Spree and you can check out the existing merchants here. In Singapore the number of merchants is quite limited compared to the UK, US or Australia but they do include big ones like Apple, Microsoft and Courts.
New and Existing Promotions Until the End of 2014
KrisFlyer Spree also has a promotions section offering either a voucher for a discount at the store or bonus KrisFlyer Miles. These are the current offers available:
- Microsoft – 10% off Surface Pro 3 accessories & $20 off Office 365 with bundled purchase of Surface Pro 3 + Office 365 yearly subscription when you use promo code “SIA10”. Valid until 31 December 2014.
- The Folio Society – 10% discount on all items except Limited Editions and existing special offers from 1st Oct 2014 to 31st Dec 2014.
- Redmart – 15% off for first time purchase available until 31st December 2014
- Roses Only – 10% off on all items from with promo code “KRISROSES10” until 31st December 2014.
You can find all of the promotion on the KrisFlyer Spree website here.
Tracking and Claiming Miles
I’ve currently got a few pending miles on my account that have been there for over 6 weeks now from Apple and FoodPanda. I advise you that you keep an eye on your spend through KrisFlyer Spree and be ready to claim if they aren’t posting correctly. Some conversations on Flyertalk have stated that although it seems to take a long time they are eventually posting.
Have you used KrisFlyer Spree in Singapore or elsewhere what did you think?