As someone who tries to find as many compelling reasons to actually go and out and exercise as possible, learning that I can earn frequent flyer points just by downloading an app certainly helps inspire me to get out and run (or, you know, attach it to a pet and rack up those handy, free points).
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Booking free or discounted flights is one of the most popular ways to redeem Qantas points. However, the Qantas Frequent Flyer website has never been particularly user-friendly. Qantas is looking to fix this issue with the introduction of 'Where Can I Go?'; an interactive map that allows customers to search and explore
travel destinations using Classic Flight Rewards, Points Plus Pay or cash. Here are the details.
Dear Lifehacker, I am starting to collect points from different airlines. I am starting to sign up to credit cards as a part of my effort to do so -- Amex has been rewarding because we can transfer the points to Singapore Airlines, Etihad, and so on. Do you have any tips to earn more points? I know buying wine from the Qantas online store is one of the best ways, but I don’t spend on wine.
Reward miles are a little misleading. They aren't always based on how many miles you fly, and the rewards don't actually equate to miles, either. There are tools to help you compare flight prices in terms of miles, but this rule of thumb works well for estimating.
Hey Lifehacker, I flew with Malaysia Airlines in September 2013. I did not have the flights linked to my Malaysia Airlines Enrich account so did not earn points there. I became a Qantas frequent flyer in December 2013, however I am unable to claim the missing points there as my account was not active at that time. I cannot remember my Enrich ID or password. Is there any way to get these points on my Qantas FF account?