Malaysia Airlines Enrich has published a new promotion called Triple Everything offering 3X Enrich Miles (both award and elite miles) as well as triple sector credits on flights taken until 31 March 2019.
As we’re slowly nearing the end of the year it’s not uncommon that many airlines and hotels are rolling out elite multipliers to help boost the amount of elite travelers of their loyalty programs.
Malaysia Airlines has informed about this promotion via email and on their website (access here).
Yearning for that much-needed retreat? Whether it’s somewhere to ring in the New Year or starting off 2019 with brand new adventures, we have an exclusive offer to get your holiday planning started on a high!
For a limited time only, book your next vacation to any destination with Malaysia Airlines and be rewarded with 3X the benefits to bring you closer to your next Enrich Elite tier status, and a whole world of privileges that come along with it.
- Purchased tickets: 09 – 15 October 2018
- Flights taken until: 31 March 2019
Malaysia Airlines Enrich has three different status level:
- Silver (oneWorld Ruby) at 25,000 miles or 30 sectors
- Gold (oneWorld Sapphire) at 50,000 miles or 50 sectors
- Platinum (oneWorld Emerald) at 100,000 miles or 100 sectors
The following chart offers an example of how many miles you could earn during this promotion:
The chart shows how easy it would be to quickly qualify for even their top tier Platinum (Emerald) status. One KUL-LHR roundtrip plus a little bit on top in Business Class would get you Platinum which is pretty good. I’m not a big fan of the Enrich redemption rates but if status is your aim then this promotion is pretty good.
Unfortunately there are none of these low fare Business Class sales ex BKK going on at the moment or I’d book something for January to March 2019.
Here are the full promotional details:
This is probably one of the easiest ways to get oneWorld Emerald or Sapphire status if one has the chance of flying on Malaysia Airlines. Even better if you can time it for early 2019 so the status lasts a full 2 years.
If you already have a ticket you could maybe have it reissued with a flight change and the ticketing date will then count under the promotional terms. I understand they want to boost their sales and get more cash in but such promotions that only count new bookings always rub me the wrong way (BA is notorious for those as well).