The Airpoints Mall is New Zealand’s largest online mall, with over 160 retailers. You will earn 1 Airpoints Dollar for every NZ$100 you spend, or the foreign equivalent.
American Airlines is running another promotion for purchasing AAdvantage miles – offering up to 85,000 bonus miles plus 10% off which comes out to 1.83 US cents per mile.
With the largest lounge network in Australia and a respectable offering in New Zealand and overseas, Qantas lounge access is a valuable perk to passengers travelling in Business or First Class, and higher-tier frequent flyers.
Australia’s second-busiest airport in its fastest-growing city is set to get a new lounge courtesy of the premium card issuer in the second half of 2017. Here is what to expect.
The United States is one of the most popular routes for New Zealanders to redeem frequent flyer points, however, it is also one of the hardest routes to find Business Class or First Class award availability on due to high demand. Here are your best options for using Velocity Points fly across the Pacific.
It may be in your best interest to save KrisFlyer miles by mixing Singapore Airlines flights with its Star Alliance partners like Lufthansa, ANA and Asiana but do watch out for fuel surcharges.
One of the best ways to maximise a one-way or roundtrip award redemption on Singapore Airlines’ frequent flyer program KrisFlyer is to add stopovers, usually in Singapore, but now available in most cities as you make your way to your final destination. This guide shows why this is a great idea.
Velocity’s estore allows Velocity members to earn points for purchases made online after signing in and clicking through to a range of retailers.
This guide runs through the different ways of how to use your frequent flyer points to get yourself across the Pacific to Mexico, with pricing and airline options – concentrating on those routes that get you there directly, with no backtrack to Australia.