Around the World using Qantas Frequent Flyer Points

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cinogirl

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Next year (probably June, possibly January 2014) I plan to go from Canberra to London (with a stop on the way, not sure where), stop over for about a week in the UK, fly to Fort Lauderdale or Port Canaveral and do a cruise, and back home (with a stopover on the way home).

Any ideas on the best route, maximising my points? I currently have 177,000 points and am FF Bronze. Thank you.
 
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You want a "Qantas oneWorld Classic Award" zone 10 - 140000 points, 5 stop overs, 35000 miles.
Frequent Flyer - Using Points - Qantas & Partner Classic Awards - Points Tables

T&Cs: Frequent Flyer - About the Program - Terms & Conditions
14.5 Qantas & Partner Classic Awards - oneworld Award booking conditions14.5.1 A oneworld Award is a Classic Award Itinerary that includes travel on at least two oneworld Alliance Airlines other than Qantas and does not include any travel on any airline that is not a oneworld Alliance Airline.14.5.2 Classic Awards using the oneworld Classic Award table must be no more than a distance of 56,315 kilometres (35,000 miles). Longer journeys must be broken into separate Itineraries.14.5.3 A one way oneworld Award Itinerary will be charged as a return Itinerary. oneworld Award Itineraries finishing in a port other than the port of origin must include the distance to return directly to the port of origin when calculating the number of Points required to redeem the Flight Award and the maximum distance for the Itinerary.14.5.4 The following Stopover conditions apply:
(a) up to five free Stopovers are permitted;
(b) additional Stopovers are not permitted;
(c) only one Stopover is permitted in any one city in the Itinerary; and
(d) only two Transfers may be taken at any one city in the Itinerary.
14.5.5 Surface Segments are permitted as part of oneworld Award Itineraries, but the distance between the disembarkation point and the next embarkation point will be included in the Award Point zone calculation for that Itinerary.14.5.6 Where mixed-class travel is booked, the whole Itinerary will be calculated using the Points level for the highest class booked.

There's a massive thread on them here: http://www.australianfrequentflyer....ogram/oneworld-award-140k-280k-420k-8228.html
 

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