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8 mpd on Amazon, Deliveroo, Lazada and others with OCBC Titanium Rewards

OCBC Titanium Rewards cardholders can earn 8 mpd from home between now and the end of May 2020, including on Deliveroo and foodpanda orders

Level Up Apr 2020

OCBC is launching a new offer tomorrow for Titanium Rewards cardholders called “Level Up at Home” to earn 20X OCBC$ (8 KrisFlyer miles) for every dollar spent at a range of 10 local merchants until the end of May 2020, capped at S$500 spend per cardholder.

Level Up Apr 2020

This 8 mpd promotion is potentially worth 4,000 additional KrisFlyer miles over and above your usual earning, with the right spend in the right places, but unfortunately it’s capped at the first 5,000 to register.

If you hold this card though – it’s definitely worth trying to be among one of those for a relatively easy miles boost even from home during these COVID-19 times.


The deal

Be among the first 5,000 Titanium Rewards cardholders to successfully register through this e-form from midnight tonight (15th April 00:00 SGT onwards) in order to qualify.

You must enter your 16-digit card number and the mobile phone number associated with your card account in order to register.

Once successfully registered you’ll then be entitled to 8 miles per dollar spent at the following 10 merchants between 15th April 2020 and 31st May 2020:

8 mpd merchants
(15th Apr 2020 – 31st May 2020)
Amazon Lazada
Deliveroo Netflix
foodpanda Qoo10
FairPrice (excl. FairPrice Express) Shopee
Guardian Watsons

These transactions include face-to-face and online purchases, the latter being vital while we’re all trying to stay at home as much as possible, however they do exclude transactions relating to insurance premiums and any instalment payment plans.

Transactions must be posted to your account during the promotion period, so be careful of last-minute purchases towards the end of May 2020 as it can take a few days for transactions to actually appear on your account.


How it works

The program works in conjunction with the card’s existing 10X OCBC$ (4 mpd) rate for four of these 10 merchants (the rate you’d earn anyway), meaning you’re getting an additional 10X OCBC$ when you make a purchase.

Similarly it offers an additional 19X OCBC$ when using the other six merchants, which normally award only 1 OCBC$ per dollar spent (0.4 mpd) using this card.

Overall, the offer is capped at 9,500 additional OCBC$ over and above your usual earn rate, so for those merchants awarding the higher bonus level of 19X OCBC$ the deal tops out at S$500 spend.

The maximum spend for each merchant under this promotion remains at S$500 regardless of the bonus level offered.

Remember although the Bonus levels differ between merchants, you’ll still be getting 20X OCBC$ overall for your transaction – 8 miles per dollar.

Merchant Bonus Cap*
Amazon 10X OCBC$ S$500
Deliveroo 19X OCBC$ S$500
FairPrice (excl. Express)

* The cap is for total spend during this promotion, it doesn’t apply per merchant.

Pro Tip: Don’t forget to double-down on foodpanda orders. If you spend at least S$20 (excluding delivery) and enter your KrisFlyer number, it’s worth an extra 1 mpd on the total (including delivery and GST). That’s a fairly unbeatable 9 mpd!

Bonus miles from this offer will be credited by 30th June 2020. Full terms and conditions for the promotion are available here.



8 miles per dollar is hard to come by these days, since the Citi Apple Pay promotion ended in 2018, so if you hold the OCBC Titanium Rewards card and manage to register after 00:00 on 15th April 2020 as one of the first 5,000 cardholders, this is a great way to channel some of your spend online between now and the end of May 2020 for up to 4,000 additional miles over your usual earn rate.

Remember that OCBC$ only transfer to KrisFlyer.

Fast Facts

Card trans

Annual fee: $192.60/yr (first 2 years free)
Sign-up bonus:
Local & Overseas earn rate: 0.4 miles per $1
Bonus earn rate: 4 miles per $1*
Foreign transaction fee: 3.25%
Minimum age: 21
Minimum income (Singaporean/PR): $30,000/yr
Minimum income (Foreigner): $45,000/yr
* Specific categories


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    1. If you check the T&C the cap is actually 9,500 bonus OCBC$ across all merchants and transactions.

      For the merchants normally already offering 10X OCBC$ the bonus is another 10X OCBC$ per dollar spent, so you can rack up $950 of spend with these.

      For merchants that only ever offered 1X OCBC$ per dollar spent normally, the bonus is 19X OCBC$, which is just $500 spend.

      Either way you get the same bonus ‘difference’ in total. You’ll just reach it sooner with the merchants that usually awarded at the lower level.

      1. Thanks. I understand… I saw the T&Cs. I just thought a bit confusing if you dont read carefully or think of the implications, since technically (and in avoidance of doubt, they said) it is 9,500 bonus OCBC$ across all merchants and transactions (Condition 9) but they still mention $500 here and there like that is the threshold.

      2. Yeah they haven’t made it the simplest offer to get your head around. I guess quoting $500 is on the safe side!

  1. How would I know if I qualified? After submission, I was brought to a page with a green check and a message sayin “Thank you for participating in the OCBC Titanium Rewards Card 20X OCBC$ Campaign 2020!”. Does this mean I qualify

    1. no. you can try using random numbers, and they still give you the same messge.

      There is no way of knowing if you are the first 5000!

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