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Well that's definitely something they bank on happening to a percentage of points. And they would really like us to buy more toasters based on the number of emails I get encouraging me to buy goods...TomVexille Today, 07:10 PM
I was about to edit my reply to include that.
Then again, maybe Qantas was hoping the points would expire and the liability written down that way, than have the points redeemed.
A minimum spend requirement to achieve status would straighten that out. And given the number of people in this thread concerned about "cheapo" Platinums, I suspect they'll get right behind this...SQ421 Today, 07:05 PM
But you're only concentrating on the pure cash aspect of it. The fact is that the points spent have a value. And that every point held by QFF members was sold by QFF to a bank, or a supermarket, or...TomVexille Today, 07:05 PM
If lack of spend was a factor, maybe leaving mASA as is but attaching a $$$ spend requirement to Platinum One would've been the way to go.
In the scenario you describe, neither you nor mASA...
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