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I'm flying on Monday with two other persons, however I can only get one guest in. I rang Qantas thinking that I could purchase a guest pass. I was surprised to hear that you need to pay $350 for it!
This is ridiculous, that Qantas does not offer this option, I never take anyone there, perhaps they should do something like 15 guest access per membership year, no matter how many guest you bring in at the time.
Anyway, any suggestion for me to bring my 3rd friend in?
A simple friendly request to the Lounge Dragon to take an extra guest in "just this once" has always worked for me.
Give that a go.
I notice Virgin charges $65 for extra guests. You'd want to be there for at least 4 hours for that price.
September Meetings (September 2011) thread to see if anyone else is flying at that time. (Also did you post your flights there?)
AFF #10 - Perth 11-13 November 2016
QFF Platinum (OW Emerald) & LTG, Velocity FF Silver, UA Nothing (thank goodness), HHonors Diamond, IHG Rewards Platinum, SPG Gold, Hertz Gold No 1, Ansett -- nothing any more!
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