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  • Bag a Bargain Airfare by Going Foreign



    This week our members spill some money-saving secrets. Bagging a bargain is more exciting when you have an audience who appreciate your purchasing talents. Our members are a captivated audience when it comes to saving cash on airfares.

    Take for example the recent Qantas "Asia on Sale" promotion (no longer available). Before splashing your cash and booking online on the Qantas or other Australian booking sites such as Expedia.com.au, our members suggest searching for the same flights on non-Australian websites.

    Some savvy members managed to get an effective 20% discount on the identical flight by booking on the Brazilian version of Expedia! Translating these foreign websites can present a challenge but again, our member are happy to help. Other helpful sites revealed by our members include Air Asia and "Scoot".

    Our members agree that sharing information is the cornerstone of an effective online community and so they vow to share and assist each other in securing the best deals.

    Share your money-saving tips and hints HERE.
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    luxury-lizard

    Re: Avianca "Life Miles" - Questions and Discussion

    I'm having a problem booking AC - every time I press continue after selecting the flight(s) I get an error / contact support. I've sent screen shots to LM and fully expect no issues booking what I...

    luxury-lizard Today, 11:50 AM Go to last post
    kitkatff

    Re: MH J earn

    interestingly I reckon if people fly enough MH or QR, they'd be better off getting status with them and using that oneworld status on domestic QF if needed. Could be counter productive for QF for...

    kitkatff Today, 11:47 AM Go to last post
    BD1959

    Re: MH J earn

    I haven't seen MH this low - can you please provide source.

    Regards,

    BD

    BD1959 Today, 11:45 AM Go to last post
    coolkid101

    Re: Avianca "Life Miles" - Questions and Discussion

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    coolkid101 Today, 11:43 AM Go to last post
    RooFlyer

    Re: 28 Degrees payment fee

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    RooFlyer Today, 11:42 AM Go to last post
    DavidMjps

    Re: Heathrow connection time

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    DavidMjps Today, 11:30 AM Go to last post
    JohnK

    Re: Changi QF lounge timing?

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    I miss the Skyview lounge.

    JohnK Today, 11:24 AM Go to last post
    JohnK

    Re: No show of one pax on a PNR with two pax.

    They would have to move someone there very late in the check-in process. I would say good chance of a spare seat if check-in late.

    JohnK Today, 11:22 AM Go to last post
    serfty

    Re: MVP rate

    There's plenty of reference on this forum - sadly MVP is not directly searchable, so use this link to search:

    Google search AFF for "Hilton MVP"

    Other than that, there is the "Team USA" rate:
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    serfty Today, 11:21 AM Go to last post
    prozac

    Re: Westpac Altitude Points Devalue September 2016

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