NM said:But you can redeem for the OneWorld Award which can be done as an Around The World itinieray, but limited to 35,000 miles maximum. Rules are quite different to OneWorld Explorer rules. You are limited to a maximum of 5 stopovers.
In many cases it will be an assisted booking. I have not done one in a few years and back when I did it, the only option was via the phone. It took me about 10 phone calls over a few weeks to get it all finalised (7 people travelling on two similar but slightly different itineraries).browski said:NM, which on-line screen do you book this One-World "Around the World" itinerary from - or is it an assisted booking?
browski said:In Economy?
NM said:If all your flights segments can be booked via the on-line system, then the system should automatically build as a OneWorld Award.
flyer4703 said:About 300,000 now all from flying, try to burn them as I earn them after all the points I had been saving with Ansett disappeared overnight
one9 said:I have 1,200,000 in QFF and around 1,600,000 on NAB Amex Ant Gold card.
These are 99.5% from credit card spending on my business.
Whilst I have taken a few award first and business class trips over the last two years, I am earning more points than I can use as I don't fly that often.
Also because when I fly I use award tickets, I have no status.
With the NAB Amex points, I can use these to book flights through Harvery World Travel. I am tempted to book an international trip first class through them to get some status, rather than booking an award ticket. I can also use them to book hotel booking.
Newcastle Flyer said:Hi there, I am new to this board and thought I would start with this message.
I currently have 875,000 QFF points, mostly earned via credit card with work purchases. I no longer transfer my points from my westpac altitude card to Qantas since they halved the amount of points you get on transfer. I now use my credit card points for Myers vouchers and the like.