With Flybuys now partnering with Virgin Australia and Etihad Airways, there are more ways than ever to redeem points! Your weekly shop at Coles can be converted to a wide range of rewards including free flights, upgrades, gift vouchers, merchandise and money off your shop. But which rewards offer the greatest value? One of the unique features of the Flybuys program is that … [Read more...]
While at first glance Supermarket chat might not seem that relevant to Australian Frequent Flyers. But don't be deceived - there are some great ways to travel better and for less by taking advantage of the Flybuys and Woolworths Rewards supermarket loyalty programs!
You should definitely read our guide which explains how to Maximise Coles Flybuys & Woolworths Rewards points!
Thanks to the new partnership between Flybuys and Virgin Australia's Velocity program, there are now more ways than ever to redeem your Flybuys points! Flybuys points, which are earned at Coles, can be redeemed for groceries, merchandise and gift vouchers, as well as flights and hotels booked through the Flybuys travel portal. But if you want to redeem your points for … [Read more...]
In exciting news for frequent flyers, it's now possible to earn Virgin Velocity points and status credits by shopping at Coles! There's even a 15% bonus available on point transfers from Coles' Flybuys program to Velocity Frequent Flyer until the end of November. 2,000 Flybuys points, usually worth $10, can now be converted to 870 Virgin Velocity points. This is exactly the … [Read more...]
Woolworths has announced long-awaited changes to its unpopular loyalty program. Woolworths customers will once again be able to earn Qantas points at the checkout, and points will now be earned on all purchases – not just specially-marked promotional items. From Wednesday 31 August, one Woolworths Point will be earned for every dollar spent at Woolworths, BWS and … [Read more...]
If you shop at Coles or Woolworths, scanning your loyalty card every week, chances are you're constantly disappointed with the lack of meaningful rewards. The reason for this is that supermarket loyalty programs are not actually designed to reward loyal customers at all. They're designed to encourage customers to shop more often and to spend more. They are also set up to … [Read more...]