If you have the ANZ Travel Card, you’d realise that there are several benefits of having the card, including
– Earning up to 2.8 miles with every $1 spent (with designated merchants) or 1.4 miles with all other spendings.
– Complimentary airport limousine departure transfers with minimum spending of $1,500
– Travel accident and inconvenience insurance coverage when you purchase your air tickets using the ANZ Travel Card
Our favourite perk of having the ANZ Travel Card? Airport lounge access of course!
Airport Lounge access with ANZ Travel Card
You may have read our coverage of Dnata SkyView Lounge and SATS Premier Lounge. These were lounges that provided complimentary access with the ANZ Veloce partnership. To find out which are the lounges currently available with the ANZ Travel Card, all you have to do is visit the Veloce Website and key in the first 6 digits of your credit card number. It will then show you the available lounges associated with your credit card (in this case, the ANZ Travel Card).
Correct as of February 2015
During our latest visit, we were surprised to know that the complimentary lounges at Changi Airport has changed…again…(maybe the next time we won’t be so surprised anymore :P)
Unfortunately, with this round of revision, both lounges do not offer complimentary alcoholic beverages. Nonetheless, you’d be happy to note other services available at these lounges…
Changi Airport Terminal 1 : Airport Wellness Oasis
If you’re departing from T1, instead of the Dnata Skyview Lounge, ANZ Travel Card holders can visit the Airport Wellness Oasis just below it.
What we love about the new lounge is that it offers a 20 minutes complimentary fish spa! You can do this “treatment” once at departure and another when you arrive back in SG again Food wise, it is nothing to shout about. Beverages such as soft drinks, juice and coffee/tea are available and showering facilities are complimentary as well.
Changi Airport Terminal 3 : Ambassador Transit Lounge
At Terminal 3, you can visit the Ambassador Transit Lounge. Again, alcoholic beverages are not complimentary. However, views over the Butterfly Garden offers a relaxing vibe to this lounge.
Food offered at the Ambassador Transit Lounge is certainly better than the Airport Wellness Oasis. With convenience offered by the Sky Train, it is really easy to travel internally between terminals (and thus lounges!).
Saw this update at ANZ Travel Visa’s website
From 1 September 2016, receive two complimentary access to over 800 DragonPass lounges around the world when you charge a minimum of $10,000 to your ANZ Travel Card in each calendar quarter. A unique DragonPass membership number will be issued to you when you qualify.
That’s a spend of $10,000 in 3 months! Guess we’ll probably not be renewing with ANZ Travel Card anymore. If you have any thoughts on this, tell us more in the comments section below!
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