- Mar 28, 2014
London going gangbusters. 2m already after 90min in
|Auction||RRP||Points||Points Per $ of Value||PAX||Points per Pax|
|Tee time||$ 7,500||700,001||93.3||4||175,000|
|SYD for NYE experience||$ 15,000||1,115,000||74.3||2||557,500|
|First class, all the way experience||$ 10,000||530,013||53.0||15||35,334|
|Winter in Whistler, BC experience||$ 50,000||2,750,001||55.0||2||1,375,001|
|London calling experience||$ 40,000||2,520,000||63.0||2||1,260,000|
|Devour South Australia experience||$ 20,000||900,510||45.0||2||450,255|
|The private jet set experience||$ 50,000||3,600,000||72.0||24||150,000|
Interesting that the Whistler trip went for more points than the London trip.
When you are getting 2c value per point it's not so bad - but I would question the estimated value of some of these items.
My pleasure.Brilliant table Fergo747. Very interesting. thank you!
Agreed on both points, particularly the 'estimated value' - there is no way a dinner for 15 pax in the F-lounge by NP is worth over $650 per person. I mean that's more expensive that Quay with the premium wine pairing...
Interesting. Am I right in thinking that when flying, a business class seat is roughly twice the price of a premium economy one. And this offer had two premium economy seats or one business class one. So the selling price should have been the same? Perhaps a demonstration that people really think premium economy is overpriced and overrated.Yesterday was the last day. There were two items auctioned - a pair of 747 Premium Economy seats which went for 510,747 points and an A330 Business seat which went for 1,888,889 points.