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Renew or upgrade Singapore Airlines KrisFlyer & PPS status without flying

Renew or upgrade your Singapore Airlines KrisFlyer or PPS status level with everyday spend, or by converting bank points, between now and 28th February 2022.

Singapore Airlines has a new offer for KrisFlyer and PPS Club members to earn Elite miles or PPS Value without flying, in order to retain or even upgrade their status level, as the effects of the COVID-19 pandemic continue to make it almost impossible to achieve renewal the ‘traditional way’.

Between now and 28th February 2022 (i.e. for almost the next eleven months), you’ll be able to unlock status credits from your everyday spending, and by transferring bank reward points into KrisFlyer miles, which will count towards your next membership renewal.

Besides earning PPS Value and Elite miles from flights, you can now earn status credits on your everyday spend and activities. From 7 April 2021 to 28 February 2022, accumulate status credits as you shop, spend and convert partner reward points to KrisFlyer miles, to count towards your PPS Club or KrisFlyer Elite membership renewal.

Singapore Airlines

This is a similar initiative to the one launched in September 2020, though in that case status credit earning was capped and only went part of the way to unlocking full renewal from ground-based earning, also not permitting a membership upgrade.

What’s different this time?

The number of status credits (Elite miles for KrisFlyer members or PPS Value for PPS Club members) you can earn during this period is unlimited this time round, for those whose renewal is due between March 2022 and February 2023.


Remember KrisFlyer has already granted a blanket one-year status extension for those whose membership years were ending between March 2021 and February 2022, the second consecutive year it has done so due to the lack of travel opportunities caused by the COVID-19 pandemic.

What you’ll be able to achieve

First thing to note is that the retention and upgrade offers are only intra-programme.

That’s to say a KrisFlyer member cannot jump to PPS Club status under this promotion, since they cannot earn additional PPS Value with these new options. Promotion from KrisFlyer into the PPS Club will continue to be based on PPS Value earned from revenue flights.

Singapore Airlines is offering the following possibilities for members to renew or upgrade their status tiers.

Options for KrisFlyer members

Current Status Tier Your Options Elite Miles Required
KrisFlyer KrisFlyer Elite Silver
KrisFlyer Elite Gold
KrisFlyer Elite Silver KrisFlyer Elite Silver
KrisFlyer Elite Gold
KrisFlyer Elite Gold KrisFlyer Elite Gold

As you can see, even if you don’t currently hold any status in the KrisFlyer programme you can upgrade to the Elite Silver or Elite Gold tier with 25,000 or 50,000 Elite miles via this promotion.

Unfortunately KrisFlyer Elite Silver (KFES) doesn’t really get you much, so it’s the upgrade to Gold most of our readers will be eyeing here.

KFES has no priority check-in, no complimentary lounge access, no priority boarding, not even an extra baggage allowance! It’s a complete waste of time.

Options for PPS Club members

Current Status Tier Your Options PPS Value Required

PPS Club

PPS Club

PPS Club Solitaire

PPS Club Solitaire

PPS Club Solitaire

Methods to earn status credits

There are six distinct methods for earning Elite miles or PPS Value without flying between now and 28th February 2022, as outlined below.

Ways to earn status credits

Method KrisFlyer PPS Club
KrisShop spend 3 Elite miles
per S$1
1 PPS Value
per S$1

Kris+ spend
3 Elite miles
per S$1
1 PPS Value
per S$1
Convert bank points to KrisFlyer miles 1 Elite mile
per 5 miles
1 PPS Value
per 10 miles
Note: Min. 10,000 KF miles per transfer

Convert DBS or UOB points to KrisPay miles
1 Elite mile
per 5 miles
1 PPS Value
per 10 miles
Co-brand credit card spend 1 Elite mile
per 5 miles
1 PPS Value
per 10 miles
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Spend / Convert with Non-Air Partners
1 Elite mile
per 5 miles
1 PPS Value
per 10 miles

The KrisFlyer miles for the qualifying transaction must be first earned or converted successfully, as per the applicable partner conversion terms and conditions.

Thereafter, it will take up to seven working days for the PPS Value or Elite miles to be credited to the members’ account, though at least one of our readers has already provided a data point that this happened the next day.


Note that Elite miles accrued from this campaign will not count towards the attainment of the new KrisFlyer Milestone Rewards.

Double status credits for the next two weeks

Singapore Airlines is offering a launch promotion for existing Elite and PPS Club members earning Elite miles and PPS Value between 7th April and 21st April 2021 on successfully completed qualifying transactions through spend accrued at the KrisShop, on KrisFlyer Spree and at Kris+ merchants.

To qualify, you’ll need to already hold some elite status with the airline, i.e. already be Elite Silver, Elite Gold or a PPS Club member. Basic KrisFlyer members will not receive these double status credits.

Double status credits

Method This image has an empty alt attribute; its file name is KF-Silver-Gold.pngKrisFlyer Elite PPS Club
KrisShop spend 6 Elite miles
per S$1
2 PPS Value
per S$1

Kris+ spend
6 Elite miles
per S$1
2 PPS Value
per S$1
KrisFlyer Spree 2 Elite miles
per 5 miles
2 PPS Value
per 10 miles

Unfortunately there is no double status credit offer for the other conversion methods, like bank points to miles conversions (that would be too good to be true!).

How it works

Here’s an example of how a basic KrisFlyer member with zero current Elite miles balance could unlock the KrisFlyer Elite Gold tier for a year, by making the following spend / conversions to earn the required 50,000 Elite miles:

  • S$1,000 spend online at KrisShop (= 3,000 Elite miles)
  • S$1,000 spend in-store at Harvey Norman, earning KrisFlyer miles by scanning their Kris+ app at checkout (= 3,000 Elite miles)
  • 220,000 miles transfer from credit card points to KrisFlyer miles (= 44,000 Elite miles)
  • Total: 50,000 Elite miles
    (KFEG unlocked )

Conversion from bank points

Let’s start by looking at what’s by far the easiest way for most of our readers to retain their status or, perhaps better still, earn a higher tier in the programme if applicable.

That’s to convert your bank or credit card reward points into KrisFlyer miles, where you’ll earn 1 Elite mile for every 5 KrisFlyer miles transferred as a KrisFlyer member or 1 PPS Value for every 10 KrisFlyer miles transferred as a PPS Club member.

Banks supporting transfers to KrisFlyer in Singapore

Transfers are recognised from all of KrisFlyer’s global bank partners (see the full list here), so this is a great option for those based outside Singapore too.

You’ll have to transfer a minimum of 10,000 KrisFlyer miles per conversion for it to be counted, but you’ll receive status credits for all of them combined.

For example, if you’re a KrisFlyer member and you transfer:

  • 9,500 miles from American Express (not counted)
  • 10,000 miles from Citi (counted)
  • 100,000 miles from UOB (counted)
  • 110,000 miles total ÷ 5 = 22,000 Elite miles

Note how the first transfer here from American Express didn’t earn you any Elite miles, because it was less than 10,000 miles.

Here are the miles volumes you’ll need to transfer to retain your status or earn a tier upgrade, using this option in isolation and assuming you’re starting from a zero Elite miles / PPS Value position:

Conversion from bank points
New / Renewed
Status Tier
Transfer Needed
KFES 125,000 miles
KFEG 250,000 miles
PPS 250,000 miles
PPS Solitaire 500,000 miles

Conversion must be successfully completed by 28th February 2022 at 11.59pm Singapore Time, so do factor in the lead time for bank-to-KrisFlyer transfers if you’re planning to do this towards the end of the promotion.

For many of our readers, unlocking a year’s KrisFlyer Elite Gold status will be the big attraction here, for when travel resumes. (Photo: Lucas Wunderlich)

The downside? You’ll probably lose flexibility by committing to the KrisFlyer programme (from Citi in Singapore, for example, you can transfer to 11 different FFPs, including oneworld programmes like Asia Miles and Qatar Privilege Club).

You’ll also be exposed to KrisFlyer’s fixed 36-month expiry policy for your miles, so if you are going to proceed with this, it’s best to leave it as late as possible so you have a full three years to use the miles.

If you transfer now, you’ll probably be waiting the best part of a year to start redeeming again at a decent rate, giving you perhaps only two years to then fully use the miles. Also, you probably don’t need the status extension or upgrade right now, while travel is still close to non-existent.

You can also transfer from UOB UNI$ or DBS Points into KrisFlyer miles via Kris+ and earn status credits in the process at the same rates for any valid transfer amount, though that process involves a 15% penalty on the conversion rate, so it’s hardly ever worth considering.

Co-brand credit card spend

If you’re holding a Singapore Airlines co-brand credit card, it’s a little more complicated. Since these cards automatically transfer miles into your KrisFlyer account on a monthly basis, you’ll only earn status credits for these automatic transfers made between now and 28th February 2022.


That means you’ll have to make fresh spend on the cards to accrue enough Elite miles or PPS Value over the next eleven months to earn a status renewal or upgrade solely based on this method, at the same rates applicable to bank points to status credit conversions.

Status credit earning is subject to a minimum of 100 KrisFlyer miles accrued from each of your co-brand cards’ qualifying spend per statement month.

A full list of KrisFlyer co-brand credit cards, which includes international cards, is available here.

Here’s an example of the spend required on the KrisFlyer Amex (Blue) or KrisFlyer Amex Ascend, assuming local spend at 1.1 mpd or 1.2 mpd respectively.

Co-brand credit card spend
New / Renewed
Status Tier
Spend Needed
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KFES S$113,637 S$104,167
KFEG S$227,273 S$208,334
PPS S$227,273 S$208,334
PPS Solitaire S$454,545 S$416,667

The interesting thing here is that if you meet this spend anyway on your card over the next 11 months, you’ll find yourself renewed or upgraded without any further action on your part!

For example, a basic KrisFlyer member spending S$210,000 on their KrisFlyer Ascend card anyway over the next 10 months will find themselves upgraded to KrisFlyer Elite Gold status without even asking.

KrisShop or Kris+ spend

At the KrisShop, or when making in-store transactions at any Kris+ earning merchant, you’ll earn 3 Elite miles for every S$1 spent as a KrisFlyer member or 1 PPS Value for every S$1 spent as a PPS Club member.

This only applies when spending at these merchants using cash or card, not by redeeming your KrisFlyer or KrisPay miles (neither of which you should be doing anyway given the awful rates offered!).

Remember though that both KrisShop and Kris+ are offering double status credits for spend made between now and 21st April 2021 if you already hold Elite or PPS Club status, upping the earn rate to 6 Elite miles and 2 PPS Value respectively for that period for those members.

If you want to solely use KrisShop or Kris+ purchases to retain or upgrade your status tier, here’s how much you’d have to spend either between now and 21st April 2021 (as an existing Elite or PPS Club member) or between 22nd April 2021 and 28th February 2022, or as a basic KrisFlyer member throughout the total promotion period.

KrisShop / Kris+ spend
New / Renewed
Status Tier
Spend Needed
Existing Elite & PPS Club members

7 Apr 2021
21 Apr 2021

22 Apr 2021
28 Feb 2022*
KFES S$4,167 S$8,334
KFEG S$8,334 S$16,667
PPS S$12,500 S$208,334
PPS Solitaire S$454,545 S$416,667

* Higher spend also applicable to KrisFlyer basic members, with no Elite status, from 7 Apr 2021 to 28 Feb 2022.

At KrisShop, Elite miles or PPS Value will be earned on the net amount paid with a credit or debit card, excluding delivery charges, prevailing taxes, customs/import duties and postal clearance.

This Breitling watch comes with 51,000 Elite miles for an existing Elite Silver or Gold member, if you buy it before 21st April!

At Kris+, you’ll earn based on the total tax-inclusive amount paid by cash, debit or credit card at the merchant itself, provided you earn KrisPay miles via the Kris+ app at the time of payment.

Kris+ earning merchants (full list here) that are also useful for big-ticket items include Harvey Norman and Challenger, so you could go some way to hitting the requirement by simply spending here and picking up some additional KrisFlyer miles in the process.

Note that the Kris+ mobile app is only available for use when earning miles at stores in Singapore.

Spend or convert with Non-Air Partners

KrisFlyer’s ‘Non-Air Partners’ are those at which you can earn miles, or from which you can convert miles into the programme, excluding bank partners, co-brand cards, KrisShop and Kris+ partners.

For example miles earned from Grab Rewards conversions to KrisFlyer and transfers from Marriott Bonvoy points into KrisFlyer would all be included in this category.

See the full list of Non-Air Partners here.

Unfortunately there is a 500 miles minimum per transaction rule imposed for KrisFlyer miles earning or transferring in this category to also accrue status credits, at a rate of 1 Elite Mile per 5 miles transferred, or 1 PPS Value per 10 miles transferred.


Take a transfer from Grab Rewards points, for example.

Only the largest transfer block (5,000 points > 500 miles) will also earn status credits (100 Elite miles or 50 PPS Value in that case), since 500 miles is the minimum per conversion.

You probably won’t want to be using this method much, but if you were to do so to achieve all the status credits needed for tier retention / upgrade, here’s how many KrisFlyer miles you’d have to transfer between now and 28th February 2022, in 500+ mile blocks.

Conversion from Non-Air Partners
New / Renewed
Status Tier
Transfer Needed
KFES 125,000 miles
KFEG 250,000 miles
PPS 250,000 miles
PPS Solitaire 500,000 miles

Like with bank points transfers, conversion from Non-Air Partners must be successfully completed by 28th February 2022 at 11.59pm Singapore Time, so beware of the lead time, which can differ significantly between partners.

How does this work alongside current status extensions?

The one-year status extension for KrisFlyer and PPS Club members announced in January means that:

  • For KrisFlyer basic members, there was no impact.
  • For KrisFlyer Elite members, Elite miles were rolled over to count towards requalification in the subsequent year.
  • For PPS Club members, PPS Value was extended by one or two years, to count towards future requalification in the future.

What it effectively means is that if a KrisFlyer member without status uses this promotion to upgrade to the KrisFlyer Elite Gold tier by earning 50,000 Elite miles, the membership will be valid for 12 months from the date it was earned (e.g. earned in May 2021, valid until April 2022).

If an existing KrisFlyer Elite Gold status holder uses this promotion to retain the status by earning 50,000 Elite miles, the membership will be valid for two years from the end of the current membership year, provided this year’s extension hasn’t taken effect yet. That’s because at the end of the current membership year (March 2021 to February 2022), Singapore Airlines is already gifting a one-year extension.

For example, an existing KrisFlyer Elite Gold status holder who just got a free status extension in March 2021, and now has an expiry of March 2022, will in fact hold KFEG until March 2023 by participating in this offer.

An existing KFEG holder whose membership year ends in September 2021 will get a free status extension until September 2022, then this further one-year extension would take it to September 2023.

Even those picking up a ‘free’ status extension from SIA can benefit from this promotion, by earning an extra year on top of that. (Photo: Singapore Airlines)

It’s a little confusing but it means those who have just received or have yet to receive their extension from SIA will still benefit, the additional year will just be tagged on to the end of the next ‘refreshed’ membership cycle.



KrisFlyer Elite Gold benefits

Most of our readers interested in this campaign will be doing so to obtain KrisFlyer Elite Gold tier status, equivalent to Star Alliance Gold membership.

It probably seems like a strange time to strive for this, while travel remains almost impossible, however with continued COVID-19 vaccine rollout around the world there is still hope for travel starting to progressively open up, especially in the second half of 2021.


Additionally, many people will be able to defer the start of this status to early 2022, thanks to the generous timeframe for this campaign.

Here’s the full suite of applicable benefits for the ‘KFEG’ tier.

KrisFlyer Elite Gold benefits

  • 25% tier bonus on actual miles flown with Singapore Airlines and SilkAir
  • Complimentary ‘Forward Zone’ and ‘Standard’ seat selection when you fly in Economy Class on Singapore Airlines or SilkAir
  • 15% discount on other seat selection fees
  • 10% discount on seat selection fees for travel companions on the same booking
  • Priority reservation waitlist
  • Airport lounge access (KrisFlyer Gold Lounge at Changi Airport, SilverKris lounges outside Singapore and Star Alliance Gold Lounges worldwide)
  • Priority airport check-in
  • Priority security and immigration at selected airports
  • Priority baggage handling
  • Priority airport standby
  • Additional 20kg baggage allowance
  • Priority boarding for Economy Class
  • Waived or discounted KrisFlyer service fees

For those less familiar, here are our picks of the major KFEG highlights (click to expand).

Seat selection benefits

Before you've even stepped out of your home for your trip, Singapore Airlines will allow you to choose any available 'Forward Zone' and 'Standard' seats in Economy Class for free as a KrisFlyer Elite Gold member, saving you up to US$35 per flight on the airline's longest services.

You'll also get a 15% discount on the selection fees for Extra Legroom Seats in both Economy and Premium Economy Class. This also applies to 'Solo' seats in Premium Economy on non-stop Airbus A350ULR flights to and from the USA.

Advance selection of extra legroom seats in Premium Economy comes at a 15% discount for KrisFlyer Elite Gold members. (Photo: Singapore Airlines)

Your travelling companions on the same booking will also get a 10% discount on seat fees, even if they are not KrisFlyer members.

Additional baggage allowance
Priority check-in

An extra 20kg of baggage allowance, or an extra piece of luggage up to 23kg on USA flights, can be a very useful benefit of KrisFlyer Gold status.

This lifts your check-in limit to at least 50kg in Economy Class, 55kg in Premium Economy, 60kg in Business Class and 70kg in First Class or Suites.

You will also benefit from priority check-in across the SIA network, which in our experience varies from being a dedicated desk, or a shared KrisFlyer Gold / Premium Economy or Business Class desk, depending on the airport.

When flying on a Star Alliance carrier, you'll also be eligible to use the dedicated Star Alliance Gold check-in desk, where available.

(Photo: MainlyMiles)

Lounge access

The primary benefit of KrisFlyer Elite Gold status, which is equivalent to the Star Alliance Gold tier, is lounge access when flying in Economy or Premium Economy Class with Singapore Airlines, SilkAir or a Star Alliance carrier.

(Photo: Singapore Airlines)

Note that the KrisFlyer Gold lounge at Changi Airport is currently closed due to COVID-19. Eligible KrisFlyer Elite Gold members are instead invited to the SilverKris Business Class lounge during this period.

Unfortunately the overseas SilverKris lounge network has already been trimmed from 13 to 10 due to COVID-19, with SIA's lounges in Adelaide, Delhi and Kuala Lumpur now permanently closed.

Priority security and boarding

At several airports worldwide, Star Alliance Gold status entitles you to use the 'Gold Track' priority security clearance lanes.

You'll also get priority boarding when travelling in Premium Economy or Economy Class, which can be useful for securing prime overhead locker space on busy flights.

Priority baggage handling

As your trip comes to an end, you should find your checked baggage is prioritised to reach the reclaim belt in one of the first batches as a KrisFlyer Elite Gold member, though actual experience with this does vary!

Other benefits

  • Shangri-La Golden Circle Gold status, with fast track to Jade membership when you stay for one night (on a qualifying rate) at any Shangri-La Hotel and Resort, Kerry Hotel, Traders Hotel or Hotel Jen worldwide.
  • Complimentary upgrade from Standard Class to Business First Class on Heathrow Express trains.
  • Waived or discounted service fees, including changing your redemption nominees for free.


The standout option here is for those without status (even brand new members) to score KrisFlyer Elite Gold tier by simply transferring 250,000 miles from your credit card points into KrisFlyer miles between now and 28th February 2022.

There is no rush to do so, however.

For one thing, travel isn’t even back on the cards just yet, plus you don’t want the expiry clock to start ticking on 250,000 KrisFlyer miles any sooner than is necessary.

KrisFlyer Elite Gold status will be tempting for many to enjoy, but only once travel resumes. (Photo: MainlyMiles)

For many, that will make February 2022 a perfect time to transfer the miles across, giving you Gold status until early 2023, or even longer for those who already boast this tier.

For those who wish to use a variety of the different status credit earning options to obtain a retention or upgrade, however, it will probably mean ‘ticking along’ with the various methods throughout the year.

Are you planning to jump in with this status renewal or upgrade offer? Let us know in the comments section below.

(Cover Photo: Julian Herzog)



  1. Thank you for the helpful summary. Do you have any words of wisdom for a current PPS club member? As I see it, there is a choice to be made between achieving 50k PPS value and being Solitaire for a year vs achieving 49k PPS value and basically being PPS for two years (with the reserve value carrying over and assuming $1k+ of business+ flights in that year.).
    Do you have any guidance for someone in that situation?

    1. I’d say take the solitaire. downgrade from solitaire goes thru pps first year, then down to KFEG the following year. Unless SQ changes their old practice.

  2. The double status credit is only valid for KF Elite and PPS members. A normal KF member without elite silver or gold status wouldn’t be able to take advantage of the double status credit promo.

    1. As Penguin pointed out, this is only applicable to existing Elite or PPS Club status holders, so you have to already be Silver or above to qualify for the double status credits.

  3. “You’ll have to transfer a minimum of 10,000 KrisFlyer miles per conversion for it to be counted, but you’ll receive status credits for all of them combined.”

    Does this requirement apply to Grab Rewards point conversion?

    1. No, Grab Rewards conversions fall under the “Non-Air Partners” category, which requires a minimum of 500 miles credited per transfer to qualify for the additional Elite miles / PPS Value.

      That means the largest Grab > KrisFlyer transfer block (5,000 points > 500 miles) will qualify, but the smaller ones won’t.

  4. Great article as always thanks 🙏

    Can I just clarify as KF member if I make the 250k transfer now my Gold status would last till 28 Feb 2022 or 1 full year from now? I still get 1 year if I wait till say Oct right?

    1. Yes you’ll get 1 full year from the status upgrade taking effect (which will be around 7 days after the 250,000 miles land in your account), provided you make the transfer within the overall promotion window.

      It’s therefore much better to maximise the offer by waiting for travel to restart first then making the 250k transfer to get a fresh year of Gold when you’ll get most use from it. 28th Feb 2022 is just the cutoff date for the promotion, so if you delay your 250k transfer to say 15th Feb 2022, you’ll then have KFEG status from Feb 2022 to Jan 2023.

      For a lot of people, that will be the optimal thing to do.

  5. Thanks for your wonderfully detailed article Andrew.

    I had a question regarding my situation. I’m KFES and my renewal cycle is Nov. So I received my first extension from Nov 20 – Nov 21. I understand I’ll get a second extension from Nov21 – Nov 22.

    So if I want to get to KFEG do I have to transfer 125k miles by Feb 22 given that I’m am KFES or would I have to transfer the full the full 250k to become a KFEG.

    1. You would need to transfer 250k I’m afraid.

      125k would extend your KFES by another year, tagged on to the end of your extended status (so you’d then be KFES until Nov 2023).

      250k will upgrade you to KFEG for a year, from around the date of transfer crediting to your account (latest 28 Feb 2022, which would give you until Jan 2023).

      If you did 250k now you’d be KFEG from Apr21-Mar22, which is probably a bit of a waste!

      Hope that makes sense?

      1. Thanks yes that does make sense. I was trying to be oversmart and trying to see how I could game the system to give me an even longer KFEG – by transferring 125k miles in Nov 21 to become KFEG from KFES and then getting a 1 year extension till Nov 22. Then I would transfer 125k miles in Feb 22 and get a further extension till Nov 23. By which time covid would have mutated into a 3 headed dragon and got us all anyways. 🙂

        Separately, the analysis you’ve been doing has been really fantastic. I’ve been able to score some great F & J awards thanks to the way you’ve been dissecting routes and seats etc.! So thanks a lot!

  6. so according to my account I have 13k PPS value at the moment (current PPS) and 25k reserve expiring April 2022 and 25k reserve expiring April 2023. My membership year expires 30 April, so am I right in assuming that if I transfer 370,000 miles across now I get to Solitaire for 2021-2022 and I only need 25k PPS value (or another 250k miles) to renew Solitaire for another year next year?

    1. Technically no, it shouldn’t count, per the T&C for the status match offer:

      .”Welcome KrisFlyer miles earned from enrolment and/or first-time transactions, using the co-brand card(s) and KrisFlyer miles awarded as prizes under lucky draws are not Qualifying Transactions and will not accrue Elite miles under this Campaign. SIA reserves the right to exclude other promotional campaigns and transactions from earning Elite miles under this Campaign. Please refer to the terms and conditions for each promotional campaign for more information.”

      When you combine this statement with the T&C for the Amex Spend and Get offer you’re referring to:

      “This promotion is not valid with other promotions unless otherwise expressly stated.”

      In reality though… it’s possible they’ll miss this and award status credits anyway. You’ll find out in July basically!

  7. any updates on this great article? Im planning to transfer my HSBC UK rewards to Kris this month as I’m also told there is a bonus transfer running

  8. Also wondering, do you need to transfer all 250,000 miles at one go to qualify for the upgrade (from KFES to KFEG, for eg), or can I transfer the miles in tranches, so long as I fulfill all 250,000 before the Feb 2022 expiration date for the promo? Unfortunately I had just transferred 200k from credit card points, did I miss out on this promo?

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