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The Frequent Flyer Gazette

Monday, 8 July 2019

Qantas Club Membership Guide
Qantas Club members have access to 24 airport lounges in Australia, as well as dozens of overseas lounges when flying with Qantas or Jetstar. Qantas Club lounges offer complimentary food and drinks, wifi, showers, newspapers and work stations, making them a great place to relax and refresh before your flight. Membership also includes benefits such as extra baggage allowance when flying Qantas.

Upon reaching Qantas Gold or Oneworld Sapphire status, frequent flyers can enjoy complimentary access to all Qantas Club lounges. But if you don't quite fly enough to earn Gold status, purchasing a Qantas Club membership will also get you into the lounge.
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Singapore Airlines Lounge Upgrades
Singapore Airlines will finally upgrade its underwhelming KrisFlyer Gold Lounge at Singapore's Changi Airport from next month. Singapore Airlines is also renovating its Business Class Lounge, First Class Lounge and The Private Room, in that order, followed finally by the KrisFlyer Gold Lounge. Work will begin next month and will be completed by mid-2021. The entire more...
No Qantas Points at Rockpool Restaurants
It will no longer be possible to earn or redeem Qantas Frequent Flyer points at Rockpool Dining Group restaurants from 15 August 2019. Bars and restaurants in the Rockpool portfolio include Burger Project, The Bavarian, Sake and Spice Temple. Qantas Frequent Flyer members can currently earn 1 Qantas point per $1 spent at Burger Project or Fratelli Famous, or 2 points per dollar at more...
 
 
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Get more out of your frequent flyer points!
Are you new to the frequent flyer points game? Or perhaps you'd like to get more out of your frequent flyer points and airline loyalty?

Frequent Flyer Solutions offers a comprehensive training program that will teach you how to really travel better, for less! You'll learn how to earn and redeem points effectively, how get a status match, which credit cards to pay your tax with, how to get cheap flights, and much more! It really is the ultimate resource for frequent flyers.

The 10 easy-to-follow training courses are packed with useful tips and strategies:
  • Course 1: Frequent Flyer 101
  • Course 2: Frequent Flyer Programs
  • Course 3: Credit Cards
  • Course 4: Buy Points
  • Course 5: Redeem Points
  • Course 6: Upgrade 101
  • Course 7: Cheap Airfares
  • Course 8: Airline Status
  • Course 9: Loyalty Programs
  • Course 10: Overseas Travel

By joining Frequent Flyer Solutions for free, you can already access the first unit of every course! And Business Class members receive full, unlimited access to all of the training as well as all Frequent Flyer Solutions webinars. This includes the next webinar, 'Qantas Changes: Maximise Your Points' on 14 August 2019.

 
 
Best Credit Cards for Overseas Spend
Wondering which are the best credit cards for overseas and online spending in 2019? When travelling overseas or paying in a foreign currency online, it's prudent to use a credit card that charges no international transaction or "forex" fees. Most Australian credit cards charge international purchase fees of around 3% - in addition to any margin the bank is making on the exchange rate - which can really add up over time. So, if more...
Fifth-Freedom Routes on Oneworld Airlines
If you want to fly with a Oneworld airline, but aren't flying to or from a Oneworld hub airport, it can be worth looking for Oneworld fifth-freedom routes. Seven of the Oneworld member airlines operate 22 fifth-freedom flights all around the world. This creates more opportunities for passengers booking a Oneworld Explorer round-the-world ticket, redeeming points for a Oneworld Award, or just looking for ways to more...
 
 
 
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