East West Banking Corp. and Singapore Airlines renewed their partnership for five more years with the benefits-packed credit card, the EastWest Singapore Airlines KrisFlyer Mastercard.
Cardholders can look forward to more ways to earn miles easier and gain exclusive access to travel, shopping, dining benefits and more.
Launched in 2019, the EastWest Singapore Airlines KrisFlyer Mastercard is positioned as the best-in-class airline cobrand card in the Philippines that enables cardholders to fulfill their dreams and aspirations to travel by earning miles faster. The card boasts a generous spend-to-miles conversion rate, with cardholders earning three times more miles when they spend on Singapore Airlines Group, e-commerce and cross-border. In addition, cardholders can earn up to 15,000 anniversary bonus miles each year.
The card also offers other benefits such as low foreign currency conversion of 1.7 percent, up to 4 complimentary lounge access per year, and free comprehensive travel insurance and convenience insurance of up to P20 million for cardholders and their family members.
The contract signing was attended by representatives from both EastWest and Singapore Airlines and signifies the strong commitment from both partners to continuously offer the best deals for KrisFlyer members and EastWest customers.
“The partnership extension is a sign of more exciting times ahead for our clients, especially for frequent flyers. The EastWest Singapore Airlines KrisFlyer Mastercard offers generous spend-to-miles conversion rates and the lowest foreign currency conversion fee, that I’m sure travelers will enjoy,” said Lawrence Lee, executive vice president and consumer lending head of EastWest.
“The partnership signals our commitment to offer more ways for KrisFlyer members in the Philippines to earn miles as well as to enjoy more rewards. With the EastWest Singapore Airlines KrisFlyer MasterCard, our customers can live and breathe the things they love, from flying, shopping, dining, to exploring new experiences, and be rewarded for it,” said Rachel Tan, vice president of KrisFlyer Partnerships of Singapore Airlines.