Making journey as exciting as the destination

Mastercard continues to offer cardholders the finer things in life, and this time, the leading global payments and technology company partners with no less than the world’s most awarded airline, Singapore Airlines, to make your journey just as exciting as the destination. 

To bring you Priceless experiences that turn to lasting memories, Mastercard is offering a luxurious upgrade for an unforgettable vacation.

Your next travel is off to a great start when you book a flight on Singapore Airlines with your Mastercard credit or debit card. The limited offer promotion allows you to enjoy a free one-sector upgrade when you book flights departing from Manila, Cebu, Davao or Kalibo heading to Sydney, Auckland, Cape Town, Johannesburg, London, Frankfurt, Munich, Zurich, Paris, Dusseldorf, Amsterdam, Dubai, Mumbai, New Delhi, San Francisco, Los Angeles, Tokyo and Hong Kong.

Book an Economy seat on Singapore Airlines and get upgraded to Premium Economy Class, with greater seat comfort, more food and beverage options, as well as inflight and on-ground privileges such as priority check-in and more baggage allowance. Enjoy your journey as you relax on the leather seats with an eight-inch recline, calf rest and foot bar. Indulge in the great selection of inflight entertainment with 13.3” full HD touchscreen monitors in every seat. 

Expect consistently excellent and award-winning service from the airline. Book your flights at Singapore Airlines, but first make sure you’re a KrisFlyer member to avail of your upgrade and other amazing perks. 

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Topics: Mastercard , Singapore Airlines
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