Racheal Lee
Oct 11, 2012

American Express launches integrated year-end promotion

SINGAPORE - Financial services provider American Express has launched an integrated promotion giving away round-the-world Singapore Airlines tickets to drive card usage over the festive season.

American Express launches integrated year-end promotion

From 8 October to 31 December, the campaign will utilise print, radio and digital to connect with current and prospective American Express members over the festive spending period.

The primary target is promoting card usage among existing cardholders in Singapore and overseas, with the secondary target pegged on acquisitions.

Participants stand the chance to win 12 pairs of round-the-world business class tickets from Singapore Airlines. One winner will be announced every fortnight in the Straits Times from 5 November through the end of the campaign.

Every S$10 spent on an American Express card equals one chance to win. Cardholders can earn two chances spending with Singapore Airlines, ION Orchard or The Shoppes at Marina Bay Sands and 10 chances when applying for a new or supplementary card. 

The campaign launched with a full-page, full-colour ad in Straits Times and Today. For one week, Class95FM DJs, during the Open Talk segment on Morning Drive Time, will weave the campaign into their conversations and dish out pointers on how to win. Radio commercial spots will run until 9 December.

Online, the campaign looks to drive awareness and fan engagement through banners linking to a microsite carrying the promotion details, and American Express card applications for non-members.

OgilvyOne Singapore developed the campaign in partnership with media agency Mindshare.

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