We all love going to IKEA.

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It’s like stepping into a pocket dimension where time stands still, budget is not a concern, and the fact that our homes have limited space is but a mere memory.

But if you’re an OCBC Titanium Rewards Card holder, we’ve got some great news for you.

Shop And Earn Miles For Your Next Vacation

From 1 – 11 March 2018, OCBC Titanium Rewards card holders who shop IN-STORE at IKEA Alexander or IKEA Tampines, will be able to earn 30 times OCBC$ per dollar spent at IKEA.

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Let us break it down for you.

Usually, every dollar you spend on your OCBC Titanium Rewards card, earns you 10 OCBC$. And every 10 OCBC$ is worth 4 miles.

Normal rate:
1 SGD = 10 OCBC$ = 4 miles

But during this promotion period, every dollar spent at IKEA from 1 March to 11 March 2018, you will earn 30 OCBC$, which gives you 12 miles per dollar.

Promotion rate:
1 SGD = 30 OCBC$ = 12 miles

You can earn a maximum of SGD$1000 worth of OCBC$ with this promotion. Meaning you get up to 12,000 miles on your OCBC Titanium Rewards card!

That’s not all, because we’re all Singaporean and we love free stuff, for every $150 spent in a single receipt, you will be able to receive a $10 IKEA gift card! (Limited to the first 2,088 redemptions)

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One last thing.

In order to qualify for this promotion, you must be an OCBC Titanium Rewards card holder (of course) and your account must be active and in good standing at the time of your purchase.

The promotion is valid for in-store transactions only.

Purchases made under the OCBC 0% installment payment plan, purchases made in the IKEA Restaurant and cafe, and any purchases made on http://www.ikea.com/sg/en/ will NOT be valid for this promotion.

More details can be found here.

What are you waiting for? It’s time to head back to IKEA with your OCBC Titanium Rewards card!

Who knows? You could’ve already paid for the air tickets for your next vacation with your IKEA purchase!

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