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Our picks to earn big points and access premium travel benefits with American Express Membership Rewards, Qantas Points and Velocity points.
You have been working hard to build up your points balances and now have your eye on a specific redemption. But have you been in the same situation as me that you just can’t work out where to easily find the correct price on the frequent flyer program’s website? This directory may help.
American Express’ Qantas Ultimate card is back up to 100,000 bonus Qantas points for new cardholders for the next couple of weeks, with a free Qantas domestic flight each year.
The new American Express Business Explorer card is a simple and powerful points earner for businesses spending on average around $8,500 per month, where a 50,000 point bonus each year kicks in.
This offer is one of the cheapest it has ever been since we started tracking their promotions. Buying AA miles makes the most sense when topping up your balance for a specific Business or First Class redemption on American Airlines, Etihad Airways or a oneworld partner like Qantas.
In welcome news, Velocity Frequent Flyer has announced that you can now use your Velocity points to book First Class seats on Singapore Airlines without having to transfer your points to KrisFlyer. Here are our expert tips on how to maximise value and instructions on how to book.
Now that Velocity members can book directly book Singapore Airlines First Class awards, I’ve revisited this comparison guide. The results may surprise you.
This bonus is lower than that which is usually offered but good for those who can’t wait until the (expected) next 15% transfer bonus around November of this year.
ANZ are offering 40,000 bonus Velocity Points when you spend $500 spend on eligible purchases in the first three months with the ANZ Rewards Travel Adventures Visa, designed to appeal to both travellers and those interested in rewards points.
Discovering this tool saved me potentially overspending 18,000 points on a recent award redemption from Singapore to Hong Kong. Here are step-by-step instructions on how to save yourself time and stress when booking your next award flight.
A beautifully-designed but small space with better food and drink options than the Business Class side but lacking the ‘wow’ factor of some other First Class lounges.