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Russell Corr

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Is anyone a member of the VS FF Scheme?

I am assuming most people are aware of their current double miles promotion for flights ex Sydney. My wife joined as she took a flight to Europe (Premium Economy) and has just received 62,000 miles which is already a good way to getting a wide range of redemptions.

For those out there not tied to QF or any particular scheme who fly to HKG or LHR regularly VS could be a good way of earning miles fast until the end of the year that can be redeemed on a range of airlines.

The redemptions seem to be good but the downside is the miles expire.

Cheers,
Russell
 
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I'm not but one of my best friends sent his mother VS to LHR last week, via HKG; so I know that she joined their FF program and was on the double points promo.

He's gone to join her, so won't be back in australia for a couple of weeks. I'll find out more then...
 
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Virgin is an excellent scheme - with low points required, good service and availability on VA or prtners - inc SIA. In addition, the Club at JFK has a great restaurant which I visited last month while flying in SIA on a First Class award through Virgin Atlantic.
 
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