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  • NotTheRealRob 86 posts

    Hello

    My wife has just 10,800 miles due to expire soon. There is no plans to fly with them so I was wondering if anyone had any ideas how to either move them, spend them on something small or donate them if no other options.

    With such a small amount not too bothered if loose just double checking.

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    BuildBackBetter 705 posts

    https://milelion.com/2019/12/01/the-milelions-krisflyer-guide-redeeming-miles-for-non-flight-options/
    An old article but most options are still available.
    Are the miles expiring from April 2022? I think you can still get them extended one more time. But not worth it unless you redeem for SQ award tickets.

    Froggee 884 posts
    NotTheRealRob 86 posts

    I’ve just made a purchase on the KrisFlyer shop. I got terrible value do to paying imports fees and shipping that cost more than the product itself but better than expired points.

    Benilyn 150 posts

    I’ve just made a purchase on the KrisFlyer shop. I got terrible value do to paying imports fees and shipping that cost more than the product itself but better than expired points.

    But they allowed you to pay shipping and taxes with points?

    NotTheRealRob 86 posts

    Yes I paid all shipping and taxes with my points. I paid 10800 points for an AirTag as I said poor value in comparison to saving up and spending on flights but not an option for us on Singapore

    meta 1,422 posts

    I think any miles expiring by end of March will be extended by further six months (meaning September 2022). They are extending in batches per expiry date. You can then extend them for a further 12 months for $12 per 10k miles. This is what I am hoping to do with my Krisflyer miles if I am not able to use them by the end of September.

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