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Sounds easy but it really is not.It all started when I got declined by Nordstrom for their credit card in late June. Now I wanted that card to participate in their 15th July sale where I can get trousers on sale for $129 down from $275 and I can get them from 5th July.In America, Australians credit record files do not exist so basically we are an invisible group needing to use cash cards,Visa and MasterCards and American Express cards from Australia. Now the only card that stacks up is the 28 degree
Having moved on from buying air tickets I took the step of becoming a member of both SQ and QF points schemes.
Tools used this year are:
Woolies everyday card $89 for QF point per dollar on MasterCard.
Amex Ultimate $495 less free ticket PER-SYD-PER at 1.5 points a dollar on QF.
Westpac Platinum Kris Flyer at $195 with a point a dollar Visa until March15th and 1.5 points a dollar on Amex.
CitiSelect $749 for QF point per dollar.
Biggest issue has been getting
We chose to upgrade to First on our cheapie Expedia ticket today because it was 50 bucks less the 25 charge for the checked bag.
Well done Frieda at US Air. She loaded our Kris frequent flyer numbers so 25 bucks later each we got out of the crampathon.
We drove to Las Vegas in our unlimited mileage hire car and it takes 4.5 hours each way from the Los Angeles beaches.
At 107 degrees and heading higher this week I would suggest going there outside of the summer heat.
Love and Human Nature shows were great and so was Le Reve.
Your accommodation is subsidized by those mug gamblers so you can get very good value for your money.
We used lasvegas.com as a guide just to work out our plan.
Great food and lots of fun
Only 18 percent of its customers say they are satisfied.
What I say is you can build your own satisfaction by using their 2 best products.
Firstly you can get an easy after purchase rebate of $3,000 a time buying a Commodore using their Holden card using only 30,000 points.This can be after the fleet discount so it is almost $8k per Commodore.
Secondly their Kris Flyer card is a screamer if you go platinum because of the flight availability.If you redeem about 200,000 points to
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