Cathay Pacific Asia Miles Guides
The Asia Miles program from Cathay Pacific is potentially far better value for redemptions, point for point, than Qantas Frequent Flyer - and as a result, Asia Miles is in the top four frequent flyer programs Australian travellers need to be aware of.
While it's harder to accrue Asia Miles from a wide range of sources in Australia, earning miles from credit card spend is very doable with a number of bank rewards program offering transfers to Asia Miles, including Altitude Rewards, Membership Rewards and ANZ Rewards.
Rent a car with Hertz, Avis or Budget and you can earn extra Asia Miles.
There are a heap of ways to earn Asia Miles from your hotel stays, here in New Zealand and abroad. Here’s how to get started.
80,000 Membership Rewards Points plus $200 travel credit and unlimited lounge access with the Amex Platinum Charge
The is the highest points-earning card in the market and includes unlimited airport lounge access, a $200 travel credit, a free hotel night, and the equivalent of 40,000 points with the likes of Qantas, Asia Miles and KrisFlyer.
There is a new ‘Carrier Charge’ coming, which will increase in cost the further you fly.
Asia Miles iShop is an online mall which kicks you back a number of Asia Miles per dollar spent if you click through from their site. This guide looks at the range of Australian and New Zealand retailers that you can earn Asia Miles with.
It’s harder to earn Asia Miles from day-to-day activities outside of Amex credit card spend in New Zealand, but Asia Miles redemption rates are cheaper than Qantas Frequent Flyer for oneworld flights, and as such it deserves your attention.
Pick up some bonus Asia Miles courtesy of mum on your next flight and hotel package booking.
Cathay Pacific’s Asia Miles program is a partner with American Express Membership Rewards, New Zealand’s only flexible point program. If the majority of your points come from credit card spend on your Amex, then an […]
Frequent flyer programs generally fall into two camps when it comes to selling you points or miles directly – those who allow it, or even promote it aggressively, and those who either don’t allow it […]