Newbie asking....Double Dipping???

Discussion in 'Qantas Frequent Flyer Program' started by Gum Nut, Apr 29, 2003.

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  1. Gum Nut

    Gum Nut Newbie

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    I'm obviously showing my newbie status not only on this board but about some aspects of the QFF program in general...for that I won't apologise but -

    What is Double Dipping all about...?

    I've seen references to it but never studied the 'art' of it...

    Some opinions on this would be appreciated.

    GumNut
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  2. redrat

    redrat Member

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    If you use an Amex or Visa card to buy your travel and you are enrolled in their respective rewards program and also have a FF card, then not only do you get the flying points but you can then transfer the points accrued in the rewards program to the FF program.
    I think I read somewhere else that even transferring credit card amounts to other cards allows a 'double dip' between the two card reward programs.

    Personally, I use the cards points to buy things for the rest of the family. This is to make up (read 'bribe') for all the time I spend travelling.
     
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