If you're a loyal Oneworld, Star Alliance or SkyTeam flyer, you probably try to fly with airlines from your alliance at every opportunity. But, as great as airline alliances and partnerships are, they don't cover every corner of the globe. When travelling overseas, you'll occasionally need to fly with obscure airlines that aren't part of any alliance. When flying with an … [Read more...]
Australian Frequent Flyers are always looking at ways to earn points. Flying is the obvious way to earn points, but don't discount the many other ways you can earn frequent flyer points.
Read our guide on how to Maximise Coles Flybuys & Woolworths Rewards points to learn how you can earn points while doing your weekly shop.
Need a few more Velocity status credits to reach the next tier with Virgin Australia? The easiest way to upgrade to Silver, Gold or Platinum status is to take a status run. Earlier this week we showed you some of the top Qantas status runs. Now we turn our attention to Virgin Australia status runs. Here are five of the most popular Virgin Australia status runs for earning … [Read more...]
Just short of the next status tier with Qantas Frequent Flyer? If you haven't quite flown enough in your membership year to qualify (or re-qualify) for elite status, you might consider undertaking a Qantas status run. Status credits, which count towards your membership level with the airline, can only be earned by flying. The concept of a "status run" is to book a flight … [Read more...]
Credit card sign-up bonuses are one of the easiest ways to accumulate frequent flyer points quickly and relatively cheaply! Just by applying for a credit card and paying the annual fee, you can earn thousands of frequent flyer points towards your next trip. If you're thinking about applying for a new credit card, why not take advantage of these great sign-up deals and top up … [Read more...]
If you regularly travel overseas or shop online, you're probably after a credit card that allows you to earn points on your overseas purchases. The trouble is, most Australian point-earning credit cards charge international transaction fees - typically around 3% - when you use the card overseas. Thankfully, there are a few Australian credit cards that award points for … [Read more...]