The 'letter' from Amex certainly says they do review what is said here. Actually, I find it quite an interesting structure for a rewards program, but haven't worked out its value (or otherwise) for me.mileagemax said:Also interesting to note the targetting advertising letter from AMEX on this site. Maybe someone in Marketing there actually reads our posts. All businesses should do similar if they want to be customer centric.
Correct!!!kyle said:I thought you could only choose the destination and date, but not airline or time of departure.
Can I pick the airline that I want to fly on?
No. The Membership Travel Services agent will pick the airline on which you will fly from a range of reputable domestic and international airlines based on airline availability.
Can I pick the exact time/flight that I want?No. However, you can nominate the day that you want to fly and when flying to domestic Capital Cities whether you would like to fly in the morning (AM) or the afternoon/evening (PM) and we will endeavor to find you a suitable flight based on availability.
I want to redeem my points for a flight to Melbourne. Are you going to make me fly into Avalon?
No, all flights will be to/from the major airport of each destination.
You can still apply for the Maximiser..PaulZ said:Having a look at the AMEX website... It would appear that this new Blue Sky Card has replaced the Rewards Maximizer??
I can no longer see that card in their product portfolio on the compare cards page!!!