Member since 30 Jul 2018
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Virgin Australia - Velocity Rewards
Member since 06 Aug 2017
Total posts 179
That does sound feasible but if it were me I'd simply convert my Amplify and Velocity points to KrisFlyer and do everything on a single booking: Sydney-London on KrisFlyer, and Frankfurt-Sydney on KrisFlyer. There are advantages to being on a single booking with the one airline for the whole trip, and the booking process will potentially be a lot less of a hassle. As you say, you're only a few points short of having enough points to do this, and a credit card sign-up bonus will get you well over the line. This will also mean that you won't need to convert all your Velocity points, and only convert what you need as a "top-up". Alternatively you could convert your Amplify points to Velocity and fly one way using KrisFlyer and the other way using Velocity.
SilkAir - KrisFlyer
Member since 07 Dec 2017
Total posts 18
Thanks for the feedback Soon.
Member since 28 Jan 2019
Total posts 2
Sounds very complicated process
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