There are two types of rewards credit cards. With co-branded credit cards, such as Qantas Frequent Flyer cards, your points will go straight into your airline's frequent flyer account. Alternatively, flexible rewards programs give you the option of transferring your points to a selection of different airlines as you wish to use them. Many Australian banks give you the option … [Read more...]
Non-Airline Loyalty Programs
Non-Airline Loyalty Programs is a popular topic at the Australian Frequent Flyer. In this category we provide tips, tricks and chat about Non-Airline Loyalty Programs. This includes credit cards, hotels and supermarket loyalty programs.
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There are rumours that Hilton Hotels could soon be returning to Melbourne with up to three new properties. The popular American hotel chain is planning to open a new Hilton-branded hotel, alongside a Curio Collection and Double Tree. AFF moderator JessicaTam has the scoop on the new Hilton hotels in Melbourne. Initially, Hilton had planned to purchase an existing property on … [Read more...]
Credit card sign-up bonuses are one of the easiest ways to accumulate frequent flyer points quickly and relatively cheaply! Just by applying for a credit card and paying the annual fee, you can earn thousands of frequent flyer points towards your next trip. If you're thinking about applying for a new credit card, why not take advantage of these great sign-up deals and top up … [Read more...]
IHG Rewards Club points can be redeemed for hotel stays or transferred to a range of airline frequent flyer programs. When redeeming for Reward Nights, hotel rooms normally cost between 10,000 and 70,000 points per night. But there are some great deals to be found in IHG's regular PointBreaks promotions, with rooms from just 5,000 points per night. IHG Rewards Club releases … [Read more...]
An AFF member is unimpressed with Bankwest after their credit card was stolen and used for $4,000 worth of fraudulent transactions. opusman immediately contacted Bankwest to dispute the transactions. But Bankwest has advised that it will take up to 8 weeks to investigate. In the meantime, opusman says the bank has instructed them to continue paying off the card in full - … [Read more...]