- Jan 13, 2006
Do you ever think this will happen. My wife has quite a few points while I have only a few thousand that are likely to languish for ever
2.5 Membership of the Velocity Program is personal to you. This means that membership, Velocity Membership Cards and all benefits associated with membership (including Points and Rewards) are not transferable to anyone else.
You may use your Points to acquire an Air Reward on Virgin Blue, Pacific Blue Aust, Pacific Blue NZ or Polynesian Blue for another person. An additional booking charge will apply unless the person is a member of your immediate family (namely spouse [including de facto partner], parent, step parent, parent in law, grandparent, brother, sister, child (including foster child and step child), grandchild, son, daughter, son-in-law and daughter-in-law).
QF allows transfer of points between eligible family members so one would think that it may be in DJ's best interests to introduce the same to Velocity.oz_mark said:If enough people with languishing pionts do this, then just maybe they will provide a mechanism to do it.
HA allows the transfer of points to anyone who holds their credit card. Our family uses this extensively and it's one of the things that I love about their programJohnK said:Do any frequent flyer programs allow transfer of points? It is not possible to transfer points in Royal Orchid Plus, Kris Flyer or Icarus ffp's.