Promo: S$100 AirAsia Credit with American Express Credit Cards

Promo: S$100 AirAsia Credit with American Express Credit Cards

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This new AirAsia promo gives you a S$100 credit when you purchase a flight with your American Express credit card. Valid until 6 April 2017.

Studies show that on Mondays, 98% of adults in Singapore are more likely to spend 3/4ths of their working hours daydreaming about their next holiday abroad.

Just kidding – we totally made that statistic up. But if you are sitting at your desk, fantasizing about taking a few days off work to travel somewhere, here’s an AirAsia promo that will save you S$100 on your next flight. And we promise, it’s 100% legitimate.

AirAsia is giving out a S$100 credit to registered American Express cardmembers who purchase their flight tickets using their credit card, in SGD. So if you have an American Express card issued in Singapore by American Express, DBS, or UOB, now is the time to stop daydreaming and start planning your holiday!

Follow these simple steps to claim your S$100 AirAsia credit:

Step 1: Register your American Express credit card. This promotion is limited to the first 8,000 registered cards only, so act fast!

Step 2: Book an AirAsia flight ticket worth S$250 or more in SGD through the AirAsia website or the mobile app. Valid for flight bookings purchased between 7 March 2017 and 6 April 2017.

Step 3: Your S$100 credit will appear on your billing statement within 5 days, but may take up to 90 days from 6 April 2017. Recommends

Can’t decide which credit card to use for this promo? We suggest booking your flight with the American Express Singapore Airlines KrisFlyer credit card, so you can get 1.1 KrisFlyer miles for every S$1 you spend.


Yes, we realise that it’s a bit odd to suggest a KrisFlyer credit card for an AirAsia promotion. But if you’re going to spend over S$200 on something, it makes sense to try to earn miles for this purchase. And yes, you can still use this credit card to earn KrisFlyer miles even when you’re making a travel booking on a different airline.

If, for whatever reason, you’re simply not a fan of Amex credit cards, you can compare other air miles credit cards at and find one that’s right for you.

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Lauren Dado

By Lauren Dado
Lauren has been a content strategist and digital marketer since 2007. As’s Content Manager, Lauren edits and publishes personal finance stories to help Singaporeans save money. Her work has appeared in publications like Her World, Asia One, and Women’s Weekly.