This guide is most useful for travellers with a lot of flying time on their hands, plus those living in WA, SA, ACT and NT.
This deal gets you to the US in style in Business Class on American Airlines’ new services from Sydney and Auckland and earns you great status credits for Qantas, plus you get to travel First Class within the US!
ANZ have launched a new American Express and Visa companion card account linked to ANZ Rewards – the ‘ANZ Rewards Travel Adventures card’.
Fiji Airways can prove to be a hidden gem when using Qantas Points to get to the US. With it’s fleet upgrade and new seasonal service to San Francisco, we look at how to use Fiji Airways as a Qantas Point redemption option for flights to the USA.
With prices to Manila usually hovering around $600, getting there for just over half of that is a great deal!
Understanding how the Qantas and Emirates partnership works for points earn is important if you have plans to fly on either carrier – booking in different ways can impact how many points you can earn, and how much value you’ll get.
In this super guide we run through the various ways you can use points outside of Qantas Frequent Flyer for Qantas flights, opening up non-Qantas linked credit card points to use with Qantas.
Qantas is running a trial to give lower-tier frequent flyers the opportunity to buy a day pass for Qantas lounges in Australia and overseas from $49.
Singapore Airlines’ KrisFlyer frequent flyer program is one of the most useful out there. Its unique partnership with Virgin Australia’s Velocity program, flexible change policy, great stopover options and easy earning opportunities means it should be on most frequent flyers’ radars.
With over half of smartphones in Australia running the Android platform, we weigh up the advantages and disadvantages of the three types of Android digital wallet services on the market in 2016.
ANZ has become the first of the Big Four banks to jump on the Apple Pay bandwagon, joining American Express as the only two institutions offering this quite secure and convenient method of payment.
The good news for people in the frequent flyer points game is that there are no extra costs to the consumer and you still earn rewards just as you would if you used the physical credit or debit card, but you also benefit from increased security and convenience.
Given that many guides we’ve published on Velocity over the last couple of years relied on old pricing from their old award charts, it was worth going back and updating them – here’s the list.
Qantas has a Fly Away Sale to Noumea until the end of 24 June, with around a 25% and 35% discount on regular Economy and Business Class prices respectively and good availability, including the September-October 2016 and April 2017 school holidays.