Member since 11 May 2015
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What is the advantage of joining Business Traveller?
Member since 21 Apr 2012
Total posts 2,058
Narcissism knows no bounds ;)
Member since 06 Jun 2014
Total posts 56
It also provides you with a platform to ask redundant questions.
Member since 24 Apr 2012
Total posts 1,113
Hi Earp, welcome!
Registered users can ask and answer questions (as you've done just now), can upvote or downvote comments on articles and responses to questions, can 'watch' various pages to receive alerts when additional comments are added (handy if you're involved in a discussion), can mark articles as 'favourites' either for easy reference or to return and read later on the same or a different device, and can also contribute a flight, lounge, hotel or tech review.
Virgin Australia - Velocity Rewards
Member since 31 Jan 2012
Total posts 57
Points hacks and the best way to earn FF points. Which credit card to use. Hotel reviews. New product reviews. Lounges and reviews of lounges. Assistance in booking routes from fellow users. Latest aviation news. And so much more.Tech reviews and travel apps that make your trip more pleasent. The list goes on
Qantas - Qantas Frequent Flyer
Member since 25 Jan 2013
Total posts 108
I always liked a good 'dorothy dixer'.
Cause I'm not as much of a frequent flyer as some other contributors, a lot of AusBT for me is aspirational and reading up on any new routes or specials available.
I'm more of a bargain hunter then a lofty Platinum, but enjoy the tales from the pointy end.
Member since 21 Aug 2014
Total posts 186
Why ask us when you have joined already :)
Member since 21 Mar 2011
Total posts 428
If you have to fly for work, or for leisure/pleasure, AusBT and AFF will help you get information on SC or Status Credit accumulation tips.
That these days is more important than purely frequent flyer miles or points, which a lot of places will now give out for spending money with them, ie, credit cards, Woolworths EDR, etc. These do not help you climb the SC ladder, but flying with your airline of choice, which ever one, at least cost, but accumulating the most SC is the aim.
I have not seen credit cards that give out SC, it has been mentioned on AFF that there are such cards, but I have not ever seen them.
MEL-SYD-BNE gives me 30 in whY, but gives me 120 in J which is half of what I need to keep QF PS. OR 60% of what I would need to keep VA PS.
And the inequlity
Qantas-Silver frequent flyer retain-250 QF SC
Virgin Australia-Silver frequent flyer retain-200 VA SC
But which of these 2 are the best, only considering these 2.
Qantas of course, has the better program, VA has its good points, but still, its lounges have a long way to go to go over the top of the QP (Qantas Club).
Member since 28 Jan 2015
Total posts 94
And most importantly, Qantas has the larger international network to leverage your FF status with
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