Credit cards are one of the most popular ways to earn frequent flyer points. Depending on your expenditure, you could earn many thousands of points each year from credit card spend. So, it's worth seeking a credit card that allows you to maximise your point-earning potential. If you're looking to collect Virgin Australia Velocity points for your credit card spend, there are … [Read more...]
Credit Cards and their loyalty programs is a popular topic at the Australian Frequent Flyer. We provide tips, tricks and chat about the various credit card loyalty programs available in Australia. These include cards from American Express, ANZ, Citibank, Commonwealth Bank, Diners Club, National Australia Bank, and Westpac.
If you want to earn tens of thousands of frequent flyer points with credit cards, you should definitely read our guide on how to take advantage of Credit Card Sign-up Bonuses.
Several loyalty program devaluations affecting Australians will take place after next weekend. Over the coming days, Amex Membership Rewards, Westpac Altitude Rewards and Singapore Airlines KrisFlyer are all changing their programs for the worse. It's now your last chance to prepare for the upcoming changes! So we thought we'd give a quick recap of what's changing next … [Read more...]
Credit card sign-up bonuses are one of the easiest ways to accumulate frequent flyer points quickly and relatively cheaply! By applying for a credit card and paying the annual fee, you can earn tens of 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 … [Read more...]
Bankwest will next month reduce the overall amount of Qantas points that can be earned on its Bankwest Qantas MasterCard credit cards. The devaluation will take effect from 22 May 2019 and impacts the Bankwest Qantas Classic MasterCard, Bankwest Qantas Platinum MasterCard and Bankwest Qantas World MasterCard. Bankwest is making changes to the number of Qantas points earned … [Read more...]
Westpac's Altitude Rewards program will no longer offer Velocity auto-redemption from 15 April 2019. This is bad news for Altitude Rewards members, as Velocity auto-redemption is currently the only way to transfer Altitude points to Virgin Australia's Velocity Frequent Flyer program at a 2:1 rate. With auto-redemptions being discontinued, transfers from Altitude to Velocity … [Read more...]