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Convert Credit Card points to Enrich Miles – Bonus

November 17, 20162 minute read
Enrich Credit Card points conversion

Enrich Credit Card points conversion can earn you a bonus with extra points upon conversion. For Malaysia Airlines Enrich members who apply to convert their Credit Card points to Enrich Miles by 30th November 2016, they’ll be rewarded with 10% more miles on the conversion. Holders of credit cards from Bank Simpanan Nasional are entitled to collect 20% Bonus Miles.

Enrich Credit Card points conversion eligibility

Credit card holders of the following Malaysian banks are eligible for the bonus miles redemption:

  • Alliance Bank
  • AmBank
  • Amex Malaysia
  • Bank Islam
  • Bank Simpanan Nasional
  • CIMB Bank
  • Citibank Malaysia
  • Hong Leong Bank
  • HSBC
  • Maybank
  • Public Bank
  • RHB Bank
  • Standard Chartered Bank
  • UOB

As well as the two following banks in Saudi Arabia and Indonesia:

  • The National Commercial Bank Saudi Arabia (NCB)
  • Bank Danamon, Indonesia

Convert your points and Win

In addition to the Bonus Miles, Enrich members will also be given the chance to win an all expense trip to catch Liverpool vs. Manchester City Live at Anfield on 31st December 2016. To qualify, members must have the highest credit card conversion to Enrich Miles to be in the running. ** Terms and conditions apply.

Once I make the Enrich Credit Card points conversion, how can I use the points?

Enrich Miles can be redeemed for:

  • Malaysia Airlines award ticket,
  • companion travel,
  • seat upgrades,
  • oneworld and partner airlines award tickets,
  • Enrich vouchers for Temptations in-flight shopping onboard Malaysia Airlines flights,
  • excess baggage and
  • Golden Lounge access vouchers.

If you’re not already an Enrich member, why not sign up and turn some of those unused credit card points into trips and other products?

For more information on the bank conversion campaign, Enrich members may visit the Malaysia Airlines website or go directly to the Malaysia Airlines Enrich website.

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