In an effort to make the points world easier to understand, we’ve gotten into video.

Point Hacks on YouTube

To start off with, we’ve got a nine-episode beginner’s course, which covers topics like:

  • How do frequent flyer points work?
  • Which frequent flyer credit card is right for you?
  • Qantas vs Velocity: which is the best?

We’ll be adding more helpful videos in the near future!

You can check out our YouTube channel here.

How to access Point Hacks news and tips

You can stay in-the-know with all Point Hacks news through the following channels:

Or you can just explore the Point Hacks website at your leisure.

If you are new to the points game, or just want a refresher, we’d suggest signing up to our free email course to get started!


Facebook

As part of a mid-2018 overhaul by Facebook, they have now gone back to prioritising your friends and family’s posts over those of businesses, like us—which is how it probably should be on a ‘social’ network.

However, if you would like to follow Point Hacks a little more closely on Facebook, then you can do two things:

1. You can opt to see posts from us at the top of your feed by navigating to our page > click Following > click See first in your news feed

Follow Point Hacks on Facebook

2. By clicking on the edit (pencil) button next to notifications and selecting Standard in the pop-up box, you will receive a notification when we post something, ensuring you are never missing out on the latest news, guide or deal!

Setting Facebook notification

Instagram

You’ll find photos and explanations of flights, lounges, hotels, deals and tips updated regularly on the Point Hacks Instagram feed, with links to guides and posts on our website.

Click the ‘Follow’ button in the top right-hand corner of the picture below. If you don’t have the Instagram app, you can download it for iOS and Android.

Is there another way you would like to access Point Hacks news? Please feel free to let us know in the comments below.

Point Hacks is now on YouTube! Check out our new beginner’s course was last modified: May 20th, 2019 by Matt Moffitt