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EXCLUSIVE: Heathrow Rewards adds Singapore Airlines Krisflyer as a partner

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Heathrow Rewards, the loyalty scheme for shopping at Heathrow, is launching a new airline transfer partner today – Singapore Airlines Krisflyer.

Heathrow Rewards gives you 1 point for every £1 spent in Heathrow (1 per £10 on foreign exchange) or on Heathrow Express tickets (online bookings only). Once you’ve earned 250 points you can exchange them for miles or shopping vouchers.

Heathrow Rewards

Krisflyer joins the other Heathrow Rewards airline transfer partners:

British Airways / Aer Lingus / Avios

Emirates Skywards

Etihad Guest

Virgin Flying Club

Lufthansa Miles & More

The transfer rate will be the standard 1:1, with a minimum transfer of 250 Heathrow Rewards points.

You can only transfer points TO Krisflyer.  Unlike the Heathrow Rewards partnerships with Emirates and Lufthansa, it is NOT possible to transfer your Singapore Airlines miles into Heathrow Rewards points.

Krisflyer miles are relatively tricky to pick up if you live in the UK – although you can transfer American Express Membership Rewards points – so this is a good opportunity.

If you have an active Krisflyer account, you should remember that there is a very generous Heathrow Rewards sign-up bonus currently running.

You can currently earn 3,000 Heathrow Rewards points by opening an account and spending £150 in one day.

This is a very generous offer – as good as it has ever got with Heathrow Rewards.

Convert these to Krisflyer and you will receive 3,000 miles.

The link to the 3,000 point sign-up offer is on the website here.  Whilst the deal is being promoted by Avios, there is no requirement to send the bonus points there – you are totally fine to transfer the points to Krisflyer and get the 50% bonus.

Remember that Heathrow Rewards accounts are restricted to one per household so you cannot open another for your partner at the same address.

Comments (46)

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  • RK says:

    O/T – booked my first mileage flight to US for next year on AA miles.
    Fly out on BA and return on AA metal
    Have been able to book AA seats in advance (rtn journey) any advice how I book the seats going out on BA, flying CW outbound
    I have no BAEC status
    Thanks in advance

  • bigglesgirl says:

    Sorry what’s this 50% bonus?

  • Jonathan says:

    OT: I have a Singapore flight coming up and am looking at inventive options to earn miles/ points on it, ideally without having to setup a KrisFlyer account.

    I see that I can’t credit Krisflyer miles into Heathrow Rewards. Would the the best option just crediting to Virgin / Miles & More (and either leave there or credit to HR)?


    • Rob says:

      Probably – Virgin is more flexible especially with Air France / KLM joining as redemption partners next year.

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