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    Attention: WA Qantas Frequent Flyer members

    Fellow Sandgropers, I didn't know there was already a thread on this and posted something myself last week at "The Australian Frequent Flyer Forum Index -> Qantas Frequent Flyer" under "Qantas points specials" Who spends the most time, distance and money travelling from A to B in Australia...
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    Citibank ready credit

    Last year I signed up to Ready Credit as part of a Diners Club promotion -- got a cheque book and card as well as a bottle of Moet. :) It is a really convenient line of credit like they say, just write a cheque and off it goes. There are no strings attached, however they do charge about 5%...
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    Qantas points "specials"

    As a QC member, I regularly get e-mails about domestic and international upgrade specials, where you need less points than normal for certain destinations. Well, Qantas, I live in PERTH and there are NEVER any domestic specials for residents of WA. I've also noticed there is nothing for SA...
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    Overseas Tropical Getaway for 30K - 40K points

    Jim, How about coming over to WA, there's thousands of km's of coastline and heaps of nice places to visit here, plus its a 5-hour journey from Queensland.....at least you'll feel like you're in another country! You'll easily get to Perth for 30,000 points. I am thinking of doing the...
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    Waitlisting for Upgrades

    I was waitlisted for two Qantas LAX-MEL economy-business upgrades in October for a November flight and they came through much to the delight of my father and his wife (officially my step-mother which is counted). They visited the USA for a whole month mind you but they stuck to their original...
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    Citibank Airport Offer

    shyguy, it may pay you to look at the terms and conditions of the offer, namely the annual fee and payment terms. I investigated the Citibank Gold Visa card when they ran their TV promotion back in May and the card's annual fee is well over $100 pa. Even their Silver card was not as...
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    New Diners / Qantas FF card

    For those existing Diners Club and Qantas Club members like me who are considering taking up the new co-branded Diners/Qantas Frequent Flyer card, I have one word of advice -- don't. It is a blatant rip-off. As a former Diners/Ansett Golden Wing card owner, I only pay $47.50 pa membership...
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