Member since 18 Sep 2018
Total posts 3
I renewed my Qantas Club membership a few months ago. Now their flights are so expensive it's not worth flying with them. Should I be entitled to a pro rata refund for my membership, given I was entitled to assume they would not start profiteering on their main domestic routes?
Member since 08 Feb 2018
Total posts 154
Lol, they’ve been profiteering for years!
Member since 22 Jan 2019
Total posts 14
Understand the sentiment, but making an assumption (on what information?)about what airfares will be in the future and then when it doesn't hold true is an issue for the party making that assumption.
I might be entitled to assume interest rates are going to rise in the short term and make investments accordingly. If they don't go up and I lose money, I'm not entitled to ask the RBA to cover my losses.
Qantas - Qantas Frequent Flyer
Member since 09 May 2013
Total posts 399
You have to read the policy on cancellation. Looks like you do not have a genuine reason, and cancelling it due to high ticket prices would not get you anywhere i believe.
Member since 04 Nov 2011
Total posts 220
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