Need to find a Qantas Club corp. program

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From a customer service perspective I would suggest that those that did advise interest in joining by way of a message in the forum, or a message direct to Admin should be permitted to join in the group.

I concur. Remember, to maintain the corporate scheme I believe we need to ensure the continued participation of at least 10 members. This would be a sure-fire way to keep our numbers up.

PS - I was pleased to receive my membership kit in the post today. :D
 

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.... and I agree with both wallacej and Brettmcg :)

When we initially launched the drive to get the 10 founding members, I was not aware that they had to be new Qantas Club members. So those (non GOLD) members who were already QF Club members were not able to participate in the founding group, even though they did express interest.

So, this is the executive decision: All those (non GOLD) members who contacted me before 10 August about renewing their QF Club membership under our scheme can qualify to use our corporate scheme. Just PM me..


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I concur. Remember, to maintain the corporate scheme I believe we need to ensure the continued participation of at least 10 members. This would be a sure-fire way to keep our numbers up.

PS - I was pleased to receive my membership kit in the post today. :D
 

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Only goes to show - what a fine resource/forum AFF is. :D
 

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serfty said:
Only goes to show - what a fine resource/forum AFF is. :D

And a friendly bunch of professionals that can negotiate a successful outcome...

ONCE AGAIN...WELL DONE...:D

 

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OK, I can live with the new interpretation.
I suspect I might have to stump up my $50 when my own membership expires as it is my partner, not me, who is one of the 'founding 11' :)
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Admin, do we have to have PM'ed you or just registered interest early in the piece?

Originally posted 18 April 2007:
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Unfortunately I only just renewed mine in February, however I will definaltely use it next february if it is about (60k points is a lot to use! But it was better than having to pay a new joining fee)
 

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Sequel - by "contacted me", I mean either PMing me or posting a message on the board (as you did). So, you qualify!


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.... and I agree with both wallacej and Brettmcg :)

When we initially launched the drive to get the 10 founding members, I was not aware that they had to be new Qantas Club members. So those (non GOLD) members who were already QF Club members were not able to participate in the founding group, even though they did express interest.

So, this is the executive decision: All those (non GOLD) members who contacted me before 10 August about renewing their QF Club membership under our scheme can qualify to use our corporate scheme. Just PM me..
 

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So, how can I transfer my exisitng Qantas Club membership?
respectfully yours

Paul R

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Details on how our GOLD members can take advantage of our Qantas Club Corporate scheme have now been posted on the GOLD MEMBERSHIP PRIVILEGES forum.

If you are not a GOLD member, click HERE for more information about our membership levels and the massive benefis of being a GOLD member. :D

(If you choose not to become a GOLD member and want to join a Qantas Club Corporate scheme do a Google Search. You may well find that you already are a member of an organisation/club/professional body which have their own scheme and you can therefore get the discount.)
 
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As someone that was becoming confused by the development of this thread,this response from a fellow FF does make things a little clearer for me. I am an existing QC member and have been so since 1993. I did respond to the thread initially but since then it all seemed to trail off into somewhere else. Simply put, can I transfer my membership and enjoy the lower fees?

respectfully yours

Paul R



If I may suggest to the management that those ppl that registered their interest (prior to the announcement that sufficient numbers had been reached), but were already QC members, should be permitted to join this group.

I would certainly only limit it to those that responded prior to the establishment of this group. I do recall that when this first started, there was a call for anyone that wanted to join the group, then it was realised that it had to be NEW members.

From a customer service perspective I would suggest that those that did advise interest in joining by way of a message in the forum, or a message direct to Admin should be permitted to join in the group.

I can't imagine that there are very many. However, just to ease the peace and try and have a win win for all this maybe an option worth conisdering.

From my side, now I have this founding member status, I am now considering parting with the membership fee because I see the value in this site, and may well be happy to contribute to the ongoing success of this site.

That's my two bobs worth to try and patch this up...


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Paul R Ronis said:
As someone that was becoming confused by the development of this thread,this response from a fellow FF does make things a little clearer for me. I am an existing QC member and have been so since 1993. I did respond to the thread initially but since then it all seemed to trail off into somewhere else. Simply put, can I transfer my membership and enjoy the lower fees?

respectfully yours

Paul R



If I may suggest to the management that those ppl that registered their interest (prior to the announcement that sufficient numbers had been reached), but were already QC members, should be permitted to join this group.

I would certainly only limit it to those that responded prior to the establishment of this group. I do recall that when this first started, there was a call for anyone that wanted to join the group, then it was realised that it had to be NEW members.

From a customer service perspective I would suggest that those that did advise interest in joining by way of a message in the forum, or a message direct to Admin should be permitted to join in the group.

I can't imagine that there are very many. However, just to ease the peace and try and have a win win for all this maybe an option worth conisdering.

From my side, now I have this founding member status, I am now considering parting with the membership fee because I see the value in this site, and may well be happy to contribute to the ongoing success of this site.

That's my two bobs worth to try and patch this up...


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Um.. it has already been decided that this would be the case.
 

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Paul R Ronis said:
As someone that was becoming confused by the development of this thread,this response from a fellow FF does make things a little clearer for me. I am an existing QC member and have been so since 1993. I did respond to the thread initially but since then it all seemed to trail off into somewhere else. Simply put, can I transfer my membership and enjoy the lower fees?

Just send a Private Message to Admin and all can be arranged

Dave
 

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I am going to lock this thread now (and make it sticky) because things are getting unmanageable and a bit confusing.

This is the situation:

1. We now have a frequentflyer.com.au Corporate Qantas Club membership scheme.

2. All our GOLD subscribers are entitled to significant savings (currently $200) when joining Qantas Club under our scheme or, if already a Qantas Club member renewing their Qantas Club subscription under our scheme. See details at http://www.frequentflyer.com.au/community/gold-membership-privileges/

3. Any non GOLD frequentflyer.com.au member who contacted me or posted on this thread before 10 August about renewing their QF Club membership under our scheme can qualify to use our corporate scheme. PM me approximately 3 weeks before your current Qantas Club membership expires for details.

I hope this clears up the confusion.

Thanks
 
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Current Qantas Club Rates (Australian Residents) as at 11 March 2009

Individual Membership: $775 for 1st year. Renewal fee is $405 for 1 year or $730 for 2 years.

AFF Corporate Scheme: $555 for 1st year. Renewal fee is $325 for 1 year or $570 for 2 years.

(Please note that these rates are determined by Qantas, and do change from time-to-time)

NOTE: For reasons beyond our control, our Qantas Club corporate scheme is not available to NZ residents. It is available for residents of Australia and all other countries, excluding new Zealand.
 
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Qantas Corporate Club Rates (Australian Residents) effective 1 May 2010

We have been advised that Qantas will be increasing their Qantas Corporate Club rates, effective 1 May 2010.

Joining Fee remains the same at $230
1 year renewal increases from $325 to $355
2 year renewal increases from $570 to $625

So, if you join (for 1 year) after 1 May, the total cost will be $585 (230 + 355)

(Please note that these rates are determined by Qantas, and do change from time-to-time)

NOTE 1: For reasons beyond our control, our Qantas Club corporate scheme is not available to NZ residents. It is available for residents of Australia and all other countries, excluding new Zealand.
NOTE 2: Qantas no longer accept cheques for payment. You will need to pay with a credit card
 
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Qantas Corporate Club Rates (Australian Residents) effective 1 February 2011

Today I was advised by Qantas that their Qantas Corporate Club rates increased last month.

Joining Fee remains the same at $230
1 year renewal increases from $355 to $390
2 year renewal increases from $625 to $690

So, if you join (for 1 year), the total cost is now $620 (230 + 390)

As at the time of writing this, I see Qantas haven't yet updated their forms as they still show the old price.

(Please note that these rates are determined by Qantas, and do change from time-to-time)

NOTE 1: For reasons beyond our control, our Qantas Club corporate scheme is not available to NZ residents. It is available for residents of Australia and all other countries, excluding new Zealand.
NOTE 2: Qantas no longer accept cheques for payment. You will need to pay with a credit card
 

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Qantas Corporate Club Rates (Australian Residents) effective 1 July 2012

Today I was advised by Qantas that their Qantas Corporate Club rates increased last month.

Joining Fee remains the same at $230
1 year renewal increases from $390 to $400
2 year renewal increases from $690 to $710

So, if you join (for 1 year), the total cost is now $630 (230 + 400)

As at the time of writing this, I see Qantas haven't yet updated their forms as they still show the old price.

(Please note that these rates are determined by Qantas, and do change from time-to-time)

NOTE 1: For reasons beyond our control, our Qantas Club corporate scheme is not available to NZ residents. It is available for residents of Australia and all other countries, excluding new Zealand.
NOTE 2: Qantas no longer accept cheques for payment. You will need to pay with a credit card
 

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Re: Need to find a Qantas Club corp. program

Qantas Corporate Club Rates (Australian Residents) effective 3 Aug 2014

Today I was advised by Qantas that their Qantas Corporate Club rates have increased.

Joining Fee increases from $230 to $240
1 year renewal increases from $400 to $420
2 year renewal increases from $710 to $750

So, if you join (for 1 year), the total cost is now $660 ($240 + $420)

As at the time of writing this, I see Qantas haven't yet updated their forms as they still show the old price.

(Please note that these rates are determined by Qantas, and do change from time-to-time)

NOTE 1: For reasons beyond our control, our Qantas Club corporate scheme is not available to NZ residents. It is available for residents of Australia and all other countries, excluding new Zealand.
NOTE 2: Qantas no longer accept cheques for payment. You will need to pay with a credit card
 
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