Member since 05 Mar 2015
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Member since 18 Aug 2017
Total posts 42
Why would they probably be P or P1”s ? Plenty of people are on the high wage to be able to get a Titanium card but are infrequent flyers.
Member since 04 Nov 2011
Total posts 202
Not sure why you expect people to be Paltinum and high flyers just because they earn high incomes....can’t see any correlation at all.
Member since 05 Dec 2018
Total posts 93
Agreed you cant assume people on high incomes fly allot. Also they may fly a spread of airlines frequently, thus have not got status with Qantas.So permanent access to first class lounge would be a massive incentive. Would be great for example flying on a Qantas 787 where there is no first class. They could put a rule that you only get the access when on Qantas metal and no code-share. I think that is fair.Whats your thoughts ?
Member since 27 Nov 2014
> permanent access to first class lounge would be a massive incentiveIt's 2 passes per year, which really is not very much.
Member since 07 Oct 2012
Total posts 764
There is no permanent access, just a couple of access passes per year.
Sorry wasn’t clear, what I was saying ‘hypothetically’ if Qantas offered First Class passes as a perm thing, the offer would be sweeter.
Member since 13 Apr 2018
I'd apply right away if the card gave unlimited access to the First Class lounge.
Member since 02 Jul 2011
Total posts 835
Their card. Their rules.
It’s not two passes for $1200...the passes are a small part of the value proposition. The card is not as bad as people are making out. Book a return flight to the US or Europe for 2 in J and it has paid for itself...which is what I will be doing so will be applying for one.
Member since 02 May 2017
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Member since 06 Jun 2017
Total posts 26
Lololol amen sister.
It’s called 10% discount off QF flights....even sale fares. Can’t be too hard to calculate why it pays for itself.
That is a good point.. 😊
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