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Anita Kaarina

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If does not have enough points for the trip that one wants to make - just a little short, can one pay for the rest of it?

Thank you for the good answers in the previous post!
 
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Anita Kaarina said:
If does not have enough points for the trip that one wants to make - just a little short, can one pay for the rest of it?

Thank you for the good answers in the previous post!

Anita Kaarina, on Qantas, effectively, yes, though you actually purchase the shortfall in points, rather than make up a cash difference on the ticket. Details here:

http://www.qantas.com.au/fflyer/dyn/program/usingPoints/topupPoints

You could also have a family member transfer points to you.
 
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