500 Free Singapore Krisflyer Miles for new accounts


Singapore KrisFlyer is offering 500 free miles for new members just for signing up for an account with promo code JOINKF2017. Registration is simple and only takes a minute. Note that KrisFlyer miles expire 3 years after they are earned, regardless of activity. Still, free miles are free miles.

The Deal

  • 500 Free Singapore Krisflyer Miles
  • Direct link to offer here

Key Terms

  • New accounts only
  • Must use promo code JOINKF2017
  • Must register by April 14, 2017

The Bottom Line

Singapore Airlines is a transfer partner will all of the major transferable programs (Ultimate Rewards, Thank You Rewards, Members Rewards, and Starwood Preferred Guest), making it easy to put together the miles for an award ticket. Singapore Krisflyer can also be a great place to credit paid travel on United since most fare classes still Krisflyer miles based on distance flown. Additionally, Singapore offers better rates for award flights on some of United’s flights than you could get using United miles — making Krisflyer a program worth looking into for new members.

H/T: Slickdeals

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    • Sorry for the late reply. Like I said, you can credit most United fare classes to Singapore to get credit based on miles flown. Alternatively, paid flights on any Star Alliance carrier (Lufthansa, Swiss, Austrian, SAS, South African, Thai, ANA, Air India, Air China, etc.) could be credited to Singapore. Check wheretocredit.com to see earning rates.

    • I would expect at least 2-3 weeks. Promotions like these usually take a bit to hit your account. If it doesn’t post after 2 or 3 weeks, I’d reach out to Singapore via email or Twitter.

    • I’m not sure exactly when the points will post, but promotions like these usually take at least a couple of weeks to post. Even a paid flight doesn’t post to your mileage account immediately — I’d give it a couple of weeks. If you don’t see any points 2-3 weeks after registering, try reaching out via email or Twitter to Singapore.

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