All posts tagged: Mileslife

Mileslife suspends operations in Singapore

Announcement made last night through the Mileslife app, although not unexpected. Mileslife last night put out a sudden announcement that it was suspending operations in Singapore: ‘Suspended temporarily’ While Mileslife did say it’s a ‘temporary’ suspension and said they are hoping to return by July, it remains to be seen if they can even successfully return to the market. If you have been following their development closely, you will have come across many signs of issues brewing with Mileslife since several months ago. It started with this case of a merchant in China complaining about the non-payment of dues owed, and following that, a spate of ‘temporary suspension’ of partnerships by several airlines including Singapore Airlines and British Airways. There were also reports of Mileslife merchants who had verbally told customers that they were not accepting Mileslife payments anymore, including Crystal Jade group of restaurants. It’s worthwhile to note that while Mileslife has suspended operations in Singapore, from online reports it seems like they are still working well in Hong Kong and China, although the …

Qantas Frequent Flyer now available on Mileslife

Mileslife today announced Qantas as its latest frequent flyer programme partner, enabling Qantas Frequent Flyer members to earn Qantas Points on the Mileslife’s network. Mileslife is currently available in Singapore, Hong Kong and China, and allow users to earn miles on lifestyle spending through its app at select merchants. Earn bonus points from now till 11 April 2019 In celebration of the new partnership, new users to the app who link their Qantas Frequent Flyer accounts will earn a bonus 2,500 Qantas Frequent Flyer points when they spend a minimum of S$30. For every additional $30 spend from now until 11 April 2019, users will also earn an extra 150 points on top of the on-going earn rates. This promotion is capped at 7,500 points (i.e. a maximum spend of S$1,500). Other frequent flyer programmes Qantas is the 17th airline to join the programme, with other major airlines such as Singapore Airlines, ANA, British Airways, EVA Air, Emirates and Lufthansa already on the programme.