Commonwealth Bank ... it's not too late for 1 to 1 points

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  1. D&M

    D&M Newbie

    Jul 2, 2004
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    Commbank changed it's credit card program as of yesterday - 1st July, so that it take 2 CBA True Award points to get 1 QFF point. It was a 1 for 1 deal up until then.

    I don't know how they got away with it when NAB tried the same thing a few years ago the ACCC stopped them straight away.

    Anyway, I found out that Commbank will still exchange points 1 for 1 at least for a litlle while longer - maybe only a few days. You just have to call them and complain that they didn't provide enough warning which is true they didn't.

    I don't know how long it will last but if you have Commbank True Awards points and you want frequent flyer points better exchange them quick before the Commonwealth cuts your points in half.

    M
     

  2. Prof Richard

    Prof Richard Newbie

    Jul 6, 2004
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    Thanks for the tip. I called them today (7/7) and was still able to transfer my gold visa points at 1 for 1. The guy I spoke to suggested they were still giving people a last chance to convert at the old rate, so be quick! :)
     
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