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On Enrich, I recently cashed in 37.5K points for return J class MEL-KUL-MEL - on a 50% discount special that runs to the end of May. Taxes were a bit high ($400) but nevertheless I was happy with the overall award being in J class.
Now some tips, the (Adelaide based?) Enrich call centre aren't necessarily difficult to deal with, but do take a long time to get through to. To get around this I called their Malaysia number to check availability and later to make the booking. They also allowed my to hold booking for about 5 days before ticketing, but had to call back the Australian call centre to actually do the ticketing - which is where the 25 mins on hold came into the equation.
For paid travel I'd still be doing 100% QF if not OW and putting miles to AA.
I see this CC points thing as an opportunity to check out airlines I'd otherwise never pay to fly.
There's enough whine here. I'll bring some cheese.
Ripples through the market:
Interesting flow on effects from the Qantas move:
Last week: Signed up for the Westpac Krisflyer partner card
Tonight : Updated my Avis Wizard profile to credit points to Krisflyer replacing QFF of past 7 years
I'll be interested to see how this change flows through out activities.
There are parts of me which wished I'd transferred a huge amount of points before the transfer period ended, but as per previous posts I refused to based on my strong beliefs that Qantas should not dominate the FF market in this particular way.
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