Long story short : Use Citi PayAll for 1.67¢ per mile -- skip this post if it isn't attractive to you. This is not a sponsored post. Citi PayAll is a Citibank payment utility. I can now pay rent, school and enrichment expenses, taxes, condominium management fees and electricity bills using my credit card via the Citi PayAll feature for a small fee - which is 2% in my case. … [Read more...] about Using Citi PayAll To Pay Income Tax For 1.2 KrisFlyer Miles Per Dollar
There are no foreign lands; it is the traveler only who is foreign - words of wisdom by Robert Louis Stevenson. A miles collector and a pool villa addict, I share about how we can travel more for less.
[Psst. No affiliate links for credit cards sign-ups because few people read my blog haha.] How time flies. It has been thirty months since I started my little project to start collecting air miles. What gives? OK, the bad news first. I regret to inform that I have not flown on Singapore Airlines Suites Class yet. This is not due to a lack of air miles but rather, life have … [Read more...] about What Happened After Thirty Months Of Collecting Air Miles
J3B is the ultimate triple destinations for Singaporeans to go travelling on the cheap - Johor Bahru, Batam and Bintan. (OK maybe Bintan isn't that cheap) Since I'm on the topic of cheap getaways, I'm going to be heading to Johor Bahru for our cheap getaway once again. Delicious food and cheap buys. Movies and massage when we feel like it. Stayed at various hotels … [Read more...] about I Love $50 Cheap Getaways. Let’s Go!
Sometimes, the most boring posts are the most helpful! After working hard accumulating all these miles, it is finally time to redeem those sweet, sweet miles to actually start flying in luxury. I recently wrote about using 40,000 KrisFlyer miles to redeem for 4 business-class flights with Singapore Airlines. What I didn't mention was that I didn't have enough miles in … [Read more...] about Redeeming DBS Points For KrisFlyer Miles
[Disclosure : Not a sponsored post] Once upon a time, I was in the cash-back camp .. using a miles card. Ha! Didn't see that coming, did you?! My first credit card with Citi was the Premiere Miles. Of course, the conversion rates were different back then. 1,000 Citi Miles could be converted into a $10 rebate which effectively made it an 1.2% rebate card on everything. No … [Read more...] about Miles vs Cash-back : No Prize For Guessing Which Camp I’m In