A big factor in people applying for credit cards is to earn large sign-up bonuses. In order to earn the bonus points, you usually have to meet a minimum spend requirement but how do you know if you have met that threshold?
New Zealanders can earn miles with Cathay Pacific’s Asia Miles program, and Singapore Airlines Krisflyer, on everyday spend with an American Express Membership Rewards Credit Card. Understanding how you can use both programs effectively can yield some really good opportunities to get more out of your points with oneworld and Star Alliance airlines, respectively.
This is one of the world’s best ways to fly, with a comfortable bed and high degree of privacy, but it is due for a makeover. Still a great use of KrisFlyer miles or Velocity points.
As Economy cabins become more cramped, getting the most legroom is increasingly important to our comfort, especially on longer flights. This simple app helps not only travellers at the back of the plane but those in all cabins to maximise their space.
There is no reason to avoid this product, but at the same time, no reason to actively seek it out either. Having said that, thanks to the spacious seat and comfortable bed, I would not hesitate to fly in their First Class again if the opportunity came up.
The embattled national carrier of Malaysia has stepped up its game, refurbishing its Business Class offerings to and from Auckland, and completing upgrades to their lounges over the next few months.
Here’s a few photos of the welcome pack you receive after joining InterContinental Ambassador – a great program that will pay for itself if you frequently stay at Intercontinental Hotels around the world.
Online sports store onsport.com.au has boosted its ongoing Velocity points earn rate to 15 points per $ AUD spent until 17 August.
Fly Cathay Pacific First Class for just 26,000 points, enjoy Emirates luxury with a return trip to Australia, and forgo high cash fares in Economy by using your Qantas Points to their maximum value.