5 Responses

  1. Boraxo
    Boraxo at |

    Considering Singapores track record at the Olympia I think lifetime status was the least they could offer. But then SQ has never been known as a generous program, with hard mileage expiration and little C/F international award inventory for *A partners.
    That being said, I wouldn’t turn down a million miles on any airline except maybe spirit

  2. Raymond Chiu
    Raymond Chiu at |

    One million SGD on top of this isn’t a bad payout for the hard work.

  3. Andy
    Andy at |

    Ahh on cue there that you cannot please everyone. Wow.

    Boraxo…. Umm people like you are the reason airlines like Delta say “screw it, whatever you give em as free they’ll want more”

    In my opinion, SQ miles are the very easiest miles to earn, as ALL flexible card points transfer to them. If you put a bit of effort you can then fly arguably one of the very best products in the sky, and certainly the best service, for just a few hundred dollars. They have a global route structure with some limitations but global none the less. I love flying them and their business class is better than First on many airlines. I’m grateful for what I can get for as long as it lasts.

    That’s good of you not to turn down a million miles though.

  4. Chris Rauschnot
    Chris Rauschnot at |

    See what I mean, James. You wake up one day with 1m miles in your flight account. 😉

  5. Grant
    Grant at |

    The video of his father watching him win a gold metal from Signapore gave me goosebumps:

    http://www.straitstimes.com/sport/watch-joseph-schoolings-dad-reacts-when-son-scores-olympic-gold