Singapore Airlines will increase the cost of KrisFlyer Star Alliance awards in Business and First Class from 16 April 2019. When redeeming KrisFlyer miles, the Star Alliance award chart is used for any booking that includes travel on a Star Alliance partner airline/s. This covers bookings exclusively on a partner airline, such as Thai Airways or Air New Zealand. Bookings … [Read more...]
Redeem Points is a popular topic at the Australian Frequent Flyer, as much of our focus is about getting the best value when redeeming your frequent flyer points.
To find out how you can redeem your points effectively, you should definitely read our guide on how to fly around the world using the Qantas Oneworld Award. This is probably the very best way to redeem Qantas frequent flyer points!
Buying American Airlines AAdvantage miles is a clever way to save money on premium cabin airfares! The idea is to buy miles during special promotions, then to redeem them for flights worth more than what you've paid for the miles. American Airlines runs regular promotions allowing you to save money or earn bonus miles when you buy AAdvantage miles. You can then redeem … [Read more...]
Qantas is currently offering a discount on Classic Flight Reward bookings made using Qantas points. Until midnight on Monday 25 March, you can get 30% off the points required for Classic Flight Rewards on Qantas, Emirates and Jetstar flights. However, this discount only applies to Economy awards - and not to Premium Economy, Business or First redemptions. With this … [Read more...]
There is now less than a month to go until major changes to American Express - the biggest shake-up to Australian credit card rewards since the RBA regulation changes of 2017 - take effect. On Monday 15 April 2019, a significant devaluation will hit Amex credit cards and the Amex Membership Rewards program in Australia. If you have Amex Membership Rewards Ascent or Gateway … [Read more...]
Business class on flights within Europe is not usually renowned for high quality. In fact, flying Euro-Business class typically means sitting in a regular Economy seat at the front of the plane with a blocked middle seat. You'll get a nicer meal, lounge access and personalised service on board. But there is nothing special whatsoever about the hard product. Thankfully, there … [Read more...]