Recent travel arrangements saw most of the Point Hacks team with flights departing from Sydney’s International Terminal and an opportunity to check out Qantas’ Sydney International Business Lounge.
Did you know you can use points earned from your Citi Prestige Visa on Garuda Indonesia First Class, Virgin Atlantic Upper Class, avoiding expensive plane tickets in South America, and booking Radisson Blu hotels for cheap? In this guide, we go beyond the common transfer partners that you probably know quite a bit about to explore unique ways to use your Citibank Rewards points.
Here is an easy way to trigger 1,000 free points for your IHG account, which is a nice head for earning enough points for a free night at a hotel during one of IHG’s quarterly PointBreaks promotions.
We take a look at this useful benefit, with a list of included cities, maps of the range of transfers permitted, how to book the service, and our tips for getting the best value out of it.
We’re launching a free weekly email newsletter – ‘Impulse Points’ – in collaboration with award search and booking service iFLYflat to inspire you to use your points more spontaneously.
Qantas are going to start operating an A330 between Melbourne and Narita, with a heap of Business Class award availability opening up over the weekend. Here’s how to use different points currencies to book.
Virgin Australia has a sale on for flights to Hamilton Island from February to June next year for up to 25% off the average price.
Changing an award flight booked using Qantas Points will cost you an extra 1500 points and cancelling it 1000 points more under new rules to come into effect from 15 December 2016.
This video from vlogger Casey Neistat does a great and entertaining job of showing the best parts of the Emirates experience on a flight from JFK to Dubai, the Business and First Class seats, cabins, inflight bar and the infamous shower / spa room for First Class passengers.
We’ve been busy updating the way our instant emails work, along with some new features in the Point Hacks cards table which gives an overview of every rewards credit card on the market.
Given that Emirates are one of Qantas’ key airline partners when it comes to using your Qantas Points effectively, it’s about time we showed you how.
From 31 October 2016, Emirates will make three changes to its New Zealand services, replacing the Boeing 777s that it currently uses for Sydney to Bangkok as well as direct Auckland to Dubai services with Airbus A380s.
Hey You is an iOS, Android and Windows phone app that allows you to order drinks and snacks from local cafés around you. Why is it handy for earning more points? Hey You handles the payment between you and the retailer, and it accepts American Express.