Dan Murphy's is popular with wine-loving Australian Frequent Flyer members for its wide range of alcoholic beverages and regular deals - many of which are shared on AFF's dedicated Dan Murphy's Wine Deals thread. But did you know that you can also save at least an additional 5% off anything sold at Dan Murphy's? The trick is to purchase Woolworths or WISH e-gift cards … [Read more...]
Wine is a popular topic at the Australian Frequent Flyer. Here we provide tips, tricks & chat about wine and some great wine deals available for frequent flyers.
Be sure to read our guide How to Get Free Qantas Wine Premium Membership which covers Qantas Wine premium membership benefits and explains how to become a premium member for free and how to get Qantas Wine bonus points.
We all know that Qantas points can be redeemed for things like Classic Flight Rewards and Classic Upgrade Rewards. But Qantas Frequent Flyer is also now offering Classic Wine Rewards, or the ability to redeem your Qantas points for wine at fixed rates. Qantas Classic Wine Rewards can be used to purchase sparkling, red and white wine using your Qantas points, with free … [Read more...]
Qantas Wine is an online retailer selling wine, spirits and gourmet food. One of the reasons that it's so popular among Qantas Frequent Flyer members is the ability to earn Qantas points on wine purchases - often with generous bonus points available. Anyone can purchase wine from the Qantas Wine online store, but there are some additional benefits available to premium … [Read more...]
IN BRIEF | Dan Murphy's will temporarily stop offering up to 3.5% cashback on online purchases via Cashrewards from today, as the liquor retailer struggles to keep up with demand. A notice on the Cashrewards website reads: Effective noon AEDT 20/03/20 until further notice, cashback will be unavailable for purchases at Dan Murphy's. Dan Murphy's is facing fulfilment … [Read more...]
Just months after withdrawing it to new applicants, Citibank has re-launched its Citi Prestige credit card with fewer benefits than before. But the $700 annual fee has not been reduced. The new-but-not-improved Citi Prestige card was put back on the market at the beginning of this month. Meanwhile, Citibank has rebranded several of its other Australian credit cards. As of 19 … [Read more...]