How to earn points on electronics and appliances purchases with Kogan.com

Please note that purchases from Kogan.com/nz are not eligible for Qantas Points earn. This was brought to our attention by one of our readers, with Kogan later confirming that their FAQ and T&Cs were in error and should not have referred to the New Zealand website, which has since been corrected. We have kept this article for reference only.


Australian-based online retailer Kogan.com has undergone huge growth over the past few years and is a valuable option for online purchases earning Qantas or Velocity Points. Continue reading…

How to earn Velocity points by shopping online through the Velocity eStore

Velocity Frequent Flyer’s Velocity eStore is one of the handiest sites out there for increasing your Velocity Points balance.

They have a wide range of partner online retailers, and if you have plans to shop online for gifts for family and friends, then figuring out what you can earn in return either by using the Velocity eStore or as cashback through CashRewards is worth a couple of minutes of your time.
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Earn Asia Miles by shopping online with Asia Miles iShop and other partners

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.

These portals work by ensuring you log in with your Frequent Flyer program credentials before then being referred out (with a click) once logged in to make a transaction over on the retailer’s website.

The Asia Miles iShop is useful to know of if you’re in the hunt for Asia Miles – even though it’s based in Hong Kong, there are still some relevant local and international partners. Continue reading…