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How can I be a free member of QFF?

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DavidRoger

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Hi all

I am resident of Australia. Can anyone please suggest me that how can I become a free member of QFF?

Thank u
David
 

Mal

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Three ways that I'm aware of for "free" membership.

1. Sign up for an Earth or Earth+ card from Westpac (http://www.earth.com.au). Free membership to the Qantas FF scheme comes with the card and there is no annual fee for the first year. (Although, the free FF membership is for a limited time. Don't know when that will end)
2. Join the Qantas club. (Costs $ of course). You get "free" membership then.
3. If you live overseas (aka have a mailing address overseas apart from NZ) you can join for free. A little bit of a dodgy method and may not be advisable. Eventually you'll move back to Australia.
 

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DavidRoger said:
Hi all

I am resident of Australia. Can anyone please suggest me that how can I become a free member of QFF?

Thank u
David
1. Register at a suitale overseas address, then 'move' back to Australia
2. Join the Qantas club - FF membership is thrown in
3. Get an earth+ card. Free FF membership is a bonus extra, no annual fee for the first year, so get the FF membership, then close the card.

probably other ideas.
 
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Mal said:
Three ways that I'm aware of for "free" membership.

1. Sign up for an Earth or Earth+ card from Westpac (http://www.earth.com.au). Free membership to the Qantas FF scheme comes with the card and there is no annual fee for the first year. (Although, the free FF membership is for a limited time. Don't know when that will end)
2. Join the Qantas club. (Costs $ of course). You get "free" membership then.
3. If you live overseas (aka have a mailing address overseas apart from NZ) you can join for free. A little bit of a dodgy method and may not be advisable. Eventually you'll move back to Australia.
what Mal said :)

Obviously got to hit reply before me :p
 

Evan

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- Get your work to pay for it ;)
- Join AA instead (free)

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