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By Thu Thuy - The Saigon Times Daily
Thursday,  Mar 4,2010,15:11 (GMT+7)
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By Thu Thuy - The Saigon Times Daily

HCMC - HSBC Vietnam has cooperated with AsiaMilesTM to launch the HSBC Mileage Program that enables all HSBC credit card holders to redeem Rewards points for Asia Miles, one of Asia’s leading travel reward programs.

Customers can then redeem Asia Miles for flight awards and many other lifestyle rewards from categories such as hotel and holiday packages, wining and dining, leisure and sport, electronics and accessories, household and health and beauty. Vị trí đặt quảng cáo

The program is among the first of its kind to be introduced in Vietnam and is offered to both Classic and Gold Visa cardholders of HSBC.

Lyndsay Rajah, head of Personal Financial Services of HSBC (Vietnam), said in a statement, “We have chosen Asia Miles as it is a leading travel reward program in Asia and includes a wide network of popular partner airlines such as Cathay Pacific, American Airlines, Qantas and Air China. This ensures it is a competitive travel reward program for our customers, especially for frequent travelers.”

For every VND1,000 spent on an HSBC credit card, customers earn one Rewards point. They can redeem 36 points for one Asia Mile. Accumulated points can be transferred to Asia Miles via HSBC’s dedicated customer service hotline at 848 3724 7247.

In addition to flight awards from 20 Asia Miles partner airlines and other lifestyle awards, cardholders can also redeem their Rewards points from HSBC’s extensive Rewards catalogue, which features more than 100 items ranging from HSBC branded gifts, dining vouchers and shopping vouchers to home appliances and electronic gadgets.

Asia Miles has more than 400 partners worldwide in nine categories. Its 20 airline partners also include British Airways, Dragonair, Royal Brunei Airlines and Vietnam Airlines. Asia Miles also has a list of partners in finance and insurance, hotels, telecoms, car & transport, retail, dining and banquets, travel and leisure and professional services.

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