Frequent flyer News
As Australia gets travelling again, you could earn as many as 120,000 bonus Velocity Points from a single card application.
Get gratis Gold status for four months, and lock it in for a full year with just one trip across the Tasman.
Turn your credit card points into Cathay Pacific Asia Miles to book business class flights across Oneworld and even Star Alliance.
Give your Malaysia Airlines Enrich frequent flyer account a boost, with up to 100,000 bonus miles on the table from a single card.
The airline is moving towards digital cards on its smartphone apps.
Ignite your Qantas Points balance with our roundup of the best credit card sign-up deals, beginning at a hefty 150,000 points.
Now, how game are you to book flights almost a year in advance...?
In keeping with Virgin's mid-market value position, 7-Eleven would make a suitably mainstream points partner.
This Qantas status challenge targets Aussie and Kiwi frequent flyers from over a dozen competing airlines.
Tired of hunting for frequent flyer 'reward seats'? Earn Airpoints Dollars instead, and book any seat on any AirNZ flight.
Send your Singapore Airlines miles soaring with these top credit card deals, beginning at a hefty 100,000 KrisFlyer miles.
Lifetime Silver isn't just the half-way point to Lifetime Gold: it's your ticket to a raft of perks for the rest of your life...
From headphones to iPhones plus flights and upgrades, here are some of the best (and worst) ways to spend Velocity Points.
Recently landed a Virgin Australia status match? You now have more time to qualify for a full year of Velocity Gold status.
Regional Express will tackle Qantas and Virgin on the popular Sydney-Melbourne-Brisbane routes, but without a rewards program.
From flights and business class upgrades through to gift cards and merchandise, here are the worst and best ways to spend points.
Some perks are coming back for Virgin's most privileged flyers, says Virgin CEO Jayne Hrdlicka.
It’s easy to check how many Qantas Points and status credits you’ll earn in the air, and how many you’d need to fly or upgrade.