All posts tagged: X Card

Get 40,000 miles when you sign up for Standard Chartered Bank X Card

No minimum spend required, but you will need to fork out $695.50 for the annual fee (1.7 cents per mile) SingSaver is currently running a sign-up promotion for SCB’s X Card, offering 40,000 miles as a sign-up gift if you pay the $695.50 annual fee, up from the usual 30,000 miles. This offer effectively lowers the 2.3 cents per mile you would normal pay for to 1.74 cents per mile. How to apply The promotion mechanics are pretty straightforward: simply apply through SingSaver’s website. The bonus miles will be credited to your account directly, there is no need to fill up a separate redemption form. The 40,000 miles will be transferred in the form of 100,000 360° Rewards Points that you can use on 11 different partners (see below). Note that the annual fee is $695.50 cannot be waived. An overview of the card: Income requirement: S$80,000 p.a. (or $30,000 p.a. for Priority Banking customers) Annual fee: S$695.50 for principal cardmembers, S$107 for supplementary cards Annual fee gift: 30,000 miles (in the form of 75,000 reward points) Earn …

Standard Chartered Bank launched the X Card – so what’s the verdict out there?

Miles collectors in Singapore have another reason to celebrate recently – the launch of the Standard Chartered Visa Infinite X Credit Card. Targeted at millenials, it comes with a very attractive sign-up bonus: 100,000 miles. Of course everyone got slightly excited. Who doesn’t want a (almost) free one-way business class ticket to the US? Update (1 Aug 2019): Standard Chartered now puts out on their website that the 100,000 miles offer has been fully taken up, and now new applicants can only enjoy up to 60,000 miles. Because I’m so late in doing this review, here’s what every other travel/airline/miles writer have said about the card so far: Milelion: A 100,000 miles sign up bonus is something few of us thought we’d ever see in Singapore, and for those with upcoming big ticket spending, it’s an absolute no-brainer. I’m sure there’ll be much more to say about the X Card in the days and weeks to come, but in the meantime, be sure to get approved before 31 August if you want to snag the 100,000 miles sign …