Earlier this week, Etihad Guest made some minor changes to award pricing on its own flights—here is how they affect you.
If you have a specific redemption on an airline like Qantas, Cathay Pacific or Japan Airlines in mind, then this is a good offer to top up your balance. Otherwise, you might want to sit this one out.
AAdvantage seems to be giving some of their members free status until May. I was successful in getting Platinum status, which is equivalent to oneworld Sapphire/Qantas Gold. Try your luck!
You’ll pay no annual fee for the first year plus receive 75,000 bonus Qantas Points and discounted Qantas Club membership.
Melbourne’s Qantas Club is the go-to lounge for many of Qantas’ frequent flyers and lounge members plus their guests.
The Qantas Domestic Business Lounge is an exclusive area which caters to Business Class guests, Platinum frequent flyers and higher. We take a look at its main points of difference compared to the adjacent Qantas Club.
We take a look at Virgin Australia’s largest lounge, last refurbished and doubled in size during 2014 to cope with the increase in passenger load.
This standout deal is only for those who want to get to Europe for the lowest possible price, forgoing checked baggage and bringing their own food.
Have you ever wondered which airline’s frequent flyer program you can get the most benefit from crediting your next flight to?
Nine months after their first promotion, you can again pick up some big points for opening a fuel card with Caltex but this time there is a minimum spend requirement.
The Point Hacks tool is pretty useful for seeing how you could be earning more points for your everyday spend at a range of Australian retailers.
Some of your points expire after 18 months, some after 36 months; depending on the airline, they may expire after a certain length of inactivity whilst some will disappear a certain time after you earn them. Read up on how to protect your balances.