IHG is offering an 100% bonus for purchasing IHG Rewards points, which is at par with the best points promotions they usually offer, and can be redeemed for cheaper nights at InterContinental, Crowne Plaza and other IHG hotels.
One of the best ways to use your KrisFlyer miles (or Velocity points) is to fly around the world in Business Class or First Class with Singapore Airlines and its Star Alliance partners, stopping over in up to seven cities.
There is a 20-50% bonus on offer when purchasing miles, which is the most generous (occasionally) offered but it’s a targeted promotion, so log in your account to see if you’re eligible.
American Express is now offering a huge 100,000 bonus of Velocity points for new cardholders with the Velocity Platinum credit card until July 31st.
As the largest foreign airline servicing Australia and carrying almost one out of every ten passengers in and out of the country, using your Qantas Points on Emirates flights to New Zealand, Southeast Asia, Dubai and beyond is a great option.
A list of the highest earning Qantas-linked credit cards in Australia to maximise the points you earn from your day-to-day spend, updated with recent earn rate changes.
Coles have good news for cardholders of the Coles Rewards MasterCard, indicating they have no plans to make any changes to the card as a result of the RBA interchange legislation.
Qatar Airways’ flagship First Class Lounge in Doha is one of the most outlandish lounge experiences I have had to date.
These two large technology companies have partnered with Qantas’ program for SMEs, offering bonus points on TVs and smartphones until the end of the financial year and ongoing earn opportunities for electronics purchases.
With six out of every ten frequent flyer points coming from credit cards, getting the right mix of cards in your wallet is important to planning your next trip. Here are our highlights for this month.
Avianca’s frequent flyer program is offering a 100-125% bonus on miles purchased until 30 May, with the bonus increasing the more miles you buy. Good for Star Alliance premium travel in our region but careful of the upcoming devaluation.
Qantas Frequent Flyer is offering a discount of almost half-price on one-, two- and four-year memberships to its Qantas Club, which gives you access to lounges, priority check-in, domestic upgrades and an additional checked baggage allowance.
Due to Australia’s highly urbanised population, travellers based in regional and rural areas don’t often enjoy the same earning and redeeming options as those in major cities, so this is great news for those living in or near places like Newcastle, Dubbo and Coffs Harbour.