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    How to double your Asia Miles
    Turn your everyday spending into more rewards with these handy tips
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    Looking to boost your Asia Miles? You can multiply your miles when you make a purchase from one of our 800+ partners using a Standard Chartered Cathay Mastercard®, or by easily converting your credit card points from our finance partners to unlock extra rewards. From earning double miles to enjoying complimentary hotel stays, read on to discover how to get the most out of your spending.

    Pay once, earn twice with Standard Chartered Cathay Mastercard

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    Pay once, earn twice

    Make purchases using your Standard Chartered Cathay Mastercard to earn Asia Miles twice in a single transaction. Not only do you earn miles by spending with any of our partners, but you can also enjoy an accelerated earn rate of up to HKD2=1 just for using the card. You accrue Status Points too, which can go towards upgrading your Cathay membership. 

    Haven’t got the Standard Chartered Cathay Mastercard yet? You can quickly convert your other existing credit card points into Asia Miles free of charge via selected finance partners. These include HSBC, Citibank, DBS, The Bank of East Asia, American Express, Standard Chartered Bank, AEON, BOC Credit Card, Bank of Communications, China Construction Bank (Asia) Corporation Limited, Fubon Bank (Hong Kong), Shanghai Commercial Bank, and CMB Wing Lung Bank. 

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    Travel 

    When it comes to travelling, there are multiple ways to earn more Asia Miles. All members booking Cathay Pacific or HK Express can enjoy a rate of HKD3=1, but you can use your Standard Chartered Cathay Mastercard to earn additional miles. For instance, as a member, you can book a one-way trip from Hong Kong to London for HK$5,090, earning you 3,330 Asia Miles from your flight. Use your Standard Chartered Cathay Mastercard to earn an additional 1,272 miles at HKD4=1 for online spending. On top of that, every accumulated HK$8,000 worth of spending gets you a bonus of 2,000 (at up to HKD2=1). Cardholders can enjoy a maximum of 4,000 during the promotion period. 

    If you’re a Standard Chartered Cathay Mastercard – Priority Banking or Standard Chartered Cathay Mastercard - Priority Private cardholder, you can elevate your journey further with exclusive additional travel privileges. Perks include two sharable First class and eight sharable Business class lounge passes for you and your loved ones to start your trip off pampered, well-fed and relaxed.

    Go on holidays with your Standard Chartered Cathay Mastercard

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    Accommodation

    After securing your flights, it’s time to lock down your hotels. Luckily enough, you can book your stay through Cathay Holidays. Members can redeem their hard-earned Asia Miles on accommodation around the globe – and earn extra miles when you do so. We have some great Flight + Hotel packages available, as well as hotel-only options in cities all over the world. From start to finish, we make booking your holiday effortless.

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    Car rental

    Once you’ve arrived at your destination, make sure to travel in style with one of our car rental partners. When you book with Hertz between 23 January – 31 March, you’ll enjoy up to 1,000 (double miles earning) as well as a 10% discount promotion in selected destinations. And if you rent a car for seven days or more, you’ll enjoy one day free. 

    Shop to your heart's content with Cathay Pacific Standard Chartered Mastercard

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    Shopping

    We’re here to help make earning Asia Miles a seamless, integral part of your everyday life – and that includes your everyday shopping. When you pick up HK$2,500 worth of groceries at Taste, you earn 500 MoneyBack Points, that can be converted into 100 miles. And if you pay with your Standard Chartered Cathay Mastercard, you’ll earn an additional 416 miles at HKD6=1. All you have to do is link your Cathay account to your MoneyBack account and convert your points into Asia Miles on designated websites or at any MoneyBack kiosk. 

    We've got retail partners for all your shopping needs, including skincare at Clarins, furniture at Ulferts, travel necessities at Samsonite and dinner party essentials at Ponti Wine Cellars. 

    Dine on the best eats with Cathay Pacific Standard Chartered Mastercard

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    Dining

    Whether you’re celebrating a special moment or simply catching up, why not treat yourself and your loved ones to a delicious meal at one of our partner restaurants? Simply show your membership QR code when you pay the bill to earn Asia Miles, at up to HKD4=2 for Standard Chartered Cathay Mastercard holders. And from 10 January until 18 February 2024, cardholders can earn up to HKD1=1 when you dine at selected Chinese restaurants in town – including Chinesology, where you’ll find a limited-edition menu for Chinese New Year. 

    If you’re looking for new places to dine this month, consider some of our featured picks: Yakiniku Kakura , Infiniti C , Moments Together , Takano Ramen , Dab-pa , APT Coffee , Drink Up  , and Acquasala

    Live well with the Cathay Pacific Standard Chartered Mastercard

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    Wellness

    Believe it or not, you can earn Asia Miles without spending a dollar – we reward the time and effort you invest into creating a healthy, fulfilling lifestyle. The wellness space in the Asia Miles by Cathay app encourages you to meet your health goals to earn miles. You can earn up to seven miles per day and up to 2,555 miles per year by hitting your daily wellness goals. 

    To unlock even more opportunities, register for one of Cigna's health insurance plans to enjoy five times more miles (totalling to an extra 12,000 per year – or 22,000 with the 10,000 welcome offer).  

    This article was originally published in June 2023 and updated in January 2024. 

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