Questions about frequent flyer points

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  1. Anita Kaarina

    Anita Kaarina Newbie

    Oct 1, 2006
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    How long are your earned frequent flyer points kept?

    Where do I find out how many points I have?

    How many points does one need to fly to NZ from Sydney?

    Do they have flights from Williamtown to NZ?

    Thanks in advance!
     

  2. NM

    NM
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    Assuming you are asking specifically about Qantas Frequent Flyer program, points do not expire so long as you have some activity on your account in the last 3 years.
    You can check on-line at www.qantas.com.au or can phone the Qantas FF service centre on the number listed on the back of your memberships card.
    The points requirements are listed on the Qantas web site via this link.

    From that web site you will see that you need 18,000 points to get to NZ from Sydney, and another 18,000 points is you want to get back to Sydney.
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  3. Kiwi Flyer

    Kiwi Flyer Senior Member

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    Welcome to AFF Anita Kaarina :)

    Points expire after 3 years (36 months) of no activity.

    If you know your PIN you can log in to the Qantas website and look it up, otherwise you will need to phone Qantas.

    SYD (Sydney) to AKL/WLG/CHC (Auckland, Wellington or Christchurch) is 18,000 points in economy one way, assuming you take a direct flight (not via Brisbane or Melbourne).

    Qantas flights to NZ are from BNE (Brisbane), SYD (Sydney Kingsford Smith), MEL (Melbourne) and ADL (Adelaide).
     
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