Qantas Frequent Flyer Guides
Qantas Frequent Flyer is, fairly obviously, the biggest travel loyalty program in Australia, with somewhere between 25% and 50% of the Australian population as members, and the most common way in which Australians engage in earning frequent flyer points.This is the full list of Point Hacks guides NZ relating to Qantas Frequent Flyer - learn how to earn more Qantas Points in New Zealand and use them better.
These links will save you and your friends and family $60 NZD for each person that signs up.
Qantas Online Mall allows Qantas frequent flyer members to earn points for purchases made online after signing in and clicking through to a range of retailers.
Rent a car with Avis in Australia and you’ll pick up some extra points.
Is this the most rewarding frequent flyer partnership with the accommodation service? Let’s compare to Qantas and Delta.
An easy points offer to take advantage of if you have travel planned up into the New Year.
Given that Qantas runs periodic bonus Status Credits promotions, for those looking at achieving or retaining Qantas elite status, here are some of the best flights to take in order to fast-track your way to Gold or above.
Don’t let accounts with a few thousand points go to waste! Qantas offer the ability to transfer points to another nominated family member.
Qantas Frequent Flyer and Uber have launched a new partnership offering members and riders the option of earning Qantas Points at select Australian airports – useful for Kiwis who are crossing the ditch for business, or to see family and friends.
Qantas FF vs Emirates Skywards – which program should you choose if earning points on Economy tickets to redeem for Business awards?
Understanding how the Qantas and Emirates partnership works for points earn is important if you have plans to fly on either carrier – booking in different ways can impact how many points you can earn, and how much value you’ll get.
For those on the hunt for Qantas Frequent Flyer status (Gold and Platinum are those most worth aiming for), finding double status credit offers are a bit like getting a key to the status kingdom […]
For those with an eligible card, this is a useful offer for redemptions on Qantas, Emirates and oneworld airlines.
This guide explains that using your points for travel on partner airlines can reduce fuel surcharges significantly.
How to fly around the world in Business Class for 280,000 Qantas Points with the oneworld Classic Flight Reward
If you wait until after 18 September, you’ll need to pay 38,000 more points for your round-the-world Business Class trip.
Fiji Airways can prove to be a hidden gem when using Qantas Points, particularly on flights to the US, Japan, Hong Kong and Singapore.
Ever been quoted over 500,000 points for a redemption? Here’s how to avoid that.
How to redeem Qantas Points for Jetstar flights from and within New Zealand - not good value for most routes in New Zealand
Jetstar is New Zealand’s second biggest domestic airline. In this guide, we advise when it might be good value to dip into your Qantas Points balance for a flight redemption (hint – not very often), and provide step-by-step instructions on how to make an award booking.
This valuable perk will disappear from next month. Here is what to do if you already have a booking or plan to make one.
There’s a heap of options to fly between the East Coast of the US and Europe. In this guide, we cover which airlines and routes you can use with your Qantas Points and Asia Miles, how much they cost in Business and First Class, how to search and book these awards, and our tips to get the best-value redemption.
If you are looking to upgrade a paid ticket to the next cabin, then you need a couple of thousand fewer points than before. Note that Discount Economy tickets are still ineligible.
Here is our roundup of the handful of options for using Qantas Points to get to Bali from New Zealand.
Read why I gave Qantas’ newest plane a five-star rating on my flight from Melbourne to Perth. I explain how this seat differs from the A330 one, and how to use your Qantas Points, Asia Miles and other points currencies to make a redemption.
With Qantas’ partnership with Emirates, an ongoing and useful provider of benefits to points collectors, redeemers and frequent flyers, flying Emirates’ top premium cabin has become one of the best ways to use your Qantas Points balance.
Let’s look at the important difference between a transit and a stopover, along with three examples of incorporating stopovers in Dubai, Hong Kong and Auckland on your next trip overseas and minimising the points you spend.
Qantas’ new Perth – London direct flight is now bookable, and with seasonal direct Auckland – Perth flights available between November – April of each year, you can now start planning how to use points (and which points to use) to fly it.
Business Class availability for Qantas flights to the US are known as one of hardest points seats to find out there – we’ll look at ways to get a seat on these flights, as well […]
Qatar Airways is a great option to target using Asia Miles, Qantas Points and AAdvantage miles, and will become an even more attractive prospect with the introduction of its updated Business Class product from mid-2017.
Using 54,000 Qantas Points on this flight really is a stellar use of your Qantas balance. We cover how to easily book an award seat, what to expect in the air, and how to choose the best lounges before your flight and the best seats onboard.
Emirates A380 flights are the ones to aim for if you’re looking for comfort, service and amenities, whilst earning or redeeming Qantas Points. Here we sample their Trans-Tasman Business Class service between Auckland and Sydney.
Changing an award flight booked using Qantas Points will cost you an extra 1500 points and cancelling it 1000 points more under new rules to come into effect from 15 December 2016.
Qantas are running a short promo for up to a 25% bonus on points transfers from credit card programs until 31st August 2016. The bonus isn’t as high as the offer that was run back […]
In this guide we’ll look at some of the different ways you can buy Qantas Points – specifically, to top-up your account – and the costs involved.