Many of us like to pick up a bottle or two of duty-free alcohol when flying back to Australia from overseas. But many flyers have been caught out by the restrictions placed on liquids carried onto Australia-bound flights. Countless unsuspecting travellers have had their liquor confiscated before they've even made it onto the aircraft! So, what are the rules on carrying … [Read more...]
Wine is a popular topic at the Australian Frequent Flyer. Here we provide tips, tricks and chat about wine and some great wine deals available for frequent flyers.
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Qantas epiQure is now Qantas Wine, and to celebrate the name change there are some brilliant wine deals this week! Qantas Wine is a popular place to buy wine online due to the generous amounts of bonus Qantas points offered on some wine cases. In fact, buying wine from Qantas Wine is a cheaper way to acquire Qantas points than buying top-up points - and you also get to keep … [Read more...]
Qantas epiQure is Qantas' online wine retailer. It's a popular place among AFF members to buy wine due to the generous amounts of bonus Qantas points that come with many of the wines. What's more, Qantas is currently offering up to 10,000 bonus Qantas points and free delivery on all Qantas epiQure wine purchases over the Easter long weekend! Buying wine from Qantas epiQure … [Read more...]
Stoneleigh Wines is currently running a unique promotion. By purchasing 6 bottles of wine, you'll receive a free return flight! To claim the complimentary flights, you'll need to purchase any six bottles of wine from the list on the winemaker's website. Some of these wines cost less than $15 per bottle. You'll then need to complete the form on the Stoneleigh website, and … [Read more...]
Airport Duty Free outlets were once a great place to pick up a bargain. But it seems that bargains are now few and far between. Taxes and duties should not be payable on Duty Free alcohol. Yet it's often the same price – or even more expensive – at the airport than Dan Murphy's or the local supermarket. So, why is Duty Free so expensive? And are there any bargains still out … [Read more...]