Singapore Airlines KrisFlyer Guides
Singapore Airlines fly to Auckland, Wellington and Christchurch. Their KrisFlyer frequent flyer program partners with the American Express Membership Rewards program.
KrisFlyer provides well-priced redemptions on Singapore Airlines flights, especially in Business and First Class. As a result, it's a program you need to know about if you're aiming to travel in style using your points.
We look at the latest offers where you can pick up some extra miles with KrisFlyer over the summer holidays.
There are a heap of ways to earn KrisFlyer miles from your hotel stays, here in New Zealand and abroad. Here’s how to get started.
It may be in your best interest to save KrisFlyer miles by mixing Singapore Airlines flights with its Star Alliance partners like Lufthansa, ANA and Asiana but do watch out for fuel surcharges.
KrisFlyer offers some well-known redemptions on its own flights – but its partners can provide value too. Here’s our take on some of the best uses of a chunky KrisFlyer balance.
This is a unique partnership that most other programs don’t have. Why would you forgo value in converting your Velocity Points into KrisFlyer miles?
Given Velocity members can book directly book Singapore Airlines First Class awards, here’s our comparison guide. The results may surprise you.
One of the best ways to maximise a one-way or roundtrip award redemption on Singapore Airlines’ frequent flyer programme KrisFlyer is to add stopovers, usually in Singapore, but now available in most cities as you make your way to your final destination.
Those based in Christchurch with the flexibility to travel in September can get a big win from their KrisFlyer (or Velocity) balance.
Singapore Airlines have announced that they are discontinuing their Capital Express flight between Wellington and Canberra as of 30 April – but there is a silver lining for those who still want to fly with the airline from the windy city.
This guide explains that using your points for travel on partner airlines can reduce fuel surcharges significantly.
How you can pick up some extra KrisFlyer miles on shopping until August.
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80,000 Membership Rewards Points plus $200 travel credit and unlimited lounge access with the Amex Platinum Charge
The is the highest points-earning card in the market and includes unlimited airport lounge access, a $200 travel credit, a free hotel night, and the equivalent of 40,000 points with the likes of Qantas, Asia Miles and KrisFlyer.
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KrisFlyer devaluation hits NZ travellers hard but possible savings when travelling outside of our region
The elimination of fuel surcharges on award tickets on Singapore Airlines will have no tempering effect on the points increase for flights from New Zealand as those surcharges are not applied here anyway. Where savings are to be made are for travel between and within the eight award zones that were not affected by points increases and where fuel surcharges will now disappear.