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    Virgin pilots offered galactic gig

    I wonder how many Virgin frequent flyer points you'd need :D
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    virgin credit card ripping off its australian customers

    The point written by other users are quite valid, the credit card market in the UK is very different and far more competitive than the Australian market. The good news is that the Virgin Credit Card is currently offering 0% balance transfers for 6 months to Australian customers. I run a...
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    Citibank Gold Card

    Just wanted to clear a few things up as seems to be a bit of confusion and incorrect figures in the above posts. The Citibank Gold credit card does offer a transfer rate of 4.9% for the life of the balance. The annual fee of $119 may be a bit steep although you do get some good travel...
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    Join Virgin Atlantic?

    Obviously the only actual Virgin Atlantic flights from Australia are from Sydney to Hong Kong and on to London Heathrow. Using your points with Air NZ, Singapore or on the Virgin code share flights share as UK on Malaysia airlines could be an option. With the amount of points you have it could...
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    What's the best points credit card?

    What's people experience with frequent flyer credit cards in terms of which one is best for earning points. A good website for comparing cards is Click4Credit.com.au who have many of the cards available and some have a points calculator. The AMEX rewards maximiser sounds good as has no annual...
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    10,000 bonus points offer extended through March

    ANZ have extended there 10,000 bonus Qantas frequent flyer point offer with there Frequent Flyer Visa card until the end of March. Probably makes it quite competitive as you get 1 point per $1 spent on purchases plus the 10,000 points after making you first purchase. Here is a points...
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