In our last guide to the Australian credit system, we offer up some tips on how to manage your credit record and maintain a good credit score.
AirAsia has cheap flights to the Sri Lankan capital Colombo in February and March, which is towards the end of the dry season and an ideal time to visit this booming tourist destination.
We did a quick road test of Agoda PointsMAX to check out their points-earning hotel booking service, which partners with a large number of frequent flyer programs.
Go behind the scenes of the elusive mileage broker businesses, where you can sell all of your miles to a broker who gets full control of your account, and buy miles from another who runs over 500 frequent flyer accounts.
In our next guide to how the Australian credit system works, we’ll look into how upcoming changes in the credit reporting system might affect credit scores.
In this guide we’ll look at how loans and credit card applications could impact credit scores – the second part of a series of guides about how the Australian credit system works.
In a new series of guides we’ll try to explain how the Australian credit system works, thanks to some of the experts at MoneyPlace who have years of experience at major banks. In this first guide we’ll look at the credit card assessment process.
Qantas’ regional arm has a quick sale across its network and there are good savings to be made as a lot of the routes lack competition. Dates are quite open until the end of March next year and must be booked by the end of Thursday.
You have probably heard stories of people either voluntarily or involuntarily getting bumped from a flight because of overbooking. Let my experience be a lesson to you (and me): be at the gate, and be at the gate on-time!
Starwood Preferred Guest points are a particularly valuable currency, and the new Amex Explorer card is confirmed as a Starwood Preferred Guest points transfer partner – and at a great transfer rate, meaning a superb 1 Starpoint per $ earn rate on the card.
Crediting Virgin Australia flights bought this month to MilleMiglia instead of Velocity will net you double miles in Economy Class and triple miles in Business, but is it worth the switch? If flying domestically, no; but if travelling abroad, yes.
If you factor in the the Best Rate Guarantee facility that Online Travel Agents offer, booking through OTAs instead of direct with the hotel becomes the cheaper option 100% of the time.
Qatar Airways has kicked off the Early Bird Sale season with cheap flights in Economy Class to these three regions, coupling it with a triple miles promotion and 10% discount on award redemptions. Sale ends 5 September.