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AustraliaPoochie

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I tried to ask about if "smokes and mobile phone recharges" were excluded, yup, as you mentioned Sudoer, he wasn't sure if they were excluded, which we sort of knew from the VA and BP/OTR (SA) days...
He just shook his head, but allowed me to scan my QFF card onto reader.
I didn't buy fuel, as I don't drive, so for a $7 sandwich and $3 aerated sparkling water, $10 total 200 QFF points, no SC of course, but everything to keep my QFF points from expiring is a plus, seeing we are not sure what will happen to VFF (moving forward), if they will keep their linkage/liaison with FB, for eg.
23rd Nov, I missed MattG's webinar, as to if he had any inside info from VFF/VA2/Bain's plans for the VA2 airline.
 

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I tried to ask about if "smokes and mobile phone recharges" were excluded, yup, as you mentioned Sudoer, he wasn't sure if they were excluded, which we sort of knew from the VA and BP/OTR (SA) days...
He just shook his head, but allowed me to scan my QFF card onto reader.
I didn't buy fuel, as I don't drive, so for a $7 sandwich and $3 aerated sparkling water, $10 total 200 QFF points, no SC of course, but everything to keep my QFF points from expiring is a plus, seeing we are not sure what will happen to VFF (moving forward), if they will keep their linkage/liaison with FB, for eg.
23rd Nov, I missed MattG's webinar, as to if he had any inside info from VFF/VA2/Bain's plans for the VA2 airline.

Agree it keeps your points from expiring but given so many discussions on points earning methods (particularly the breadcrumps Wellbeing App provide on a weekly basis), I'm surprised that would be a consideration. For 200 points, I'd be aiming for something very low in cost, not $10 unless that $7.00 sandwich and the $3 water is what you had planned for that day.
 

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Agree it keeps your points from expiring but given so many discussions on points earning methods (particularly the breadcrumps Wellbeing App provide on a weekly basis), I'm surprised that would be a consideration. For 200 points, I'd be aiming for something very low in cost, not $10 unless that $7.00 sandwich and the $3 water is what you had planned for that day.

I just saw the post above from AIRwin (I received the same offer). Easier to do that and your 18 months is sorted than heading in for spend.
 

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Free 50 bonus points just for activating the offer from BP to celebrate reaching 1 million BP Rewards members, and another 150 points on the next visit to BP with no minimum spend...

Yes, same offer here.
 

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QFF points have appeared very quickly, in my QFF account, after me buying items at AMPM who run some BP outlets in SA, (not OTR locales) in SA.
Much faster than the slow po*e way of EDR/WWR.
Have to travel a bit further away from home, pain in the bu* a bit, as I don't drive, but good way to keep QFF account alive.
I know there are other ways, but this bp rewards system is very good.
Yep, a coffee and 2 kit kats (as in chocolate bars)... will make up $10.
I recently got a sandwich and a sparkling water, $10, 200 QFF points.
Edit: now, lets just imagine IF we can get 1 QFF SC per $10 spent, dream on, yes, dream on, but what if!
 
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BP is offering a chance to win a share of 20 million Qantas Points, plus a share of $20,000 worth of BP Gift Cards...
 

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So I get this offer by email 4 hours ago
To earn 5x Qantas Points, simply activate your offer, then visit bp and purchase fuel and any eligible in store product in the same transaction!
And when I click the link I get a message saying the offer expired already. Fine print in the email...
^ Offer runs from 14:00 AEDT 25/11/2020 to 23:59 AEDT 8/12/2020 (“Promotion Period”).

BP IT having a bad hair day maybe?

Cheers skip
 
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Same offer for me. I won't be bothering. Earning snippets of QFF points really isn't that appealing at the moment given the number I have and the opportunity to use them is much reduced.
 

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So I get this offer by email 4 hours ago

And when I click the link I get a message saying the offer expired already. Fine print...


BP IT having a bad hair day maybe?

Cheers skip
In the email it says 8th Dec.

Slight aside, I received a Mastercard offer today of spend $40 or more at BP to receive 150 points.

Approx 33l of 98RON on my MC for (66 x 5) + 40 + 150 = 520 points. Not bad.
 

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