Frequent flyer News
Virgin Australia's Silver, Gold and Platinum frequent flyers will now scoop up extra points on airport rides with Ola.
Japan Airlines is bringing back first class on its Sydney-Tokyo flights, and you can book it with your Qantas Points right now.
A Qantas Platinum card is your key to four months of free Star Alliance Gold, and just one flight could extend it for a year.
Velocity Frequent Flyer members can soon earn 20% more Velocity points and up to 50% more status credits on Virgin and partners.
Korean Air is completely redesigning Skypass, including frequent flyer tiers and benefits, earning and spending miles, and more.
Bankwest customers will earn fewer Qantas Points on their savings balance, and on Debit Mastercard purchases, from April 2020.
CBA’s new top-tier credit card packs in bonus points on overseas purchases: plus, no foreign transaction fees.
Skip that $100 sign-up fee: here's how your family and friends can join Qantas Frequent Flyer without paying a cent.
Maximising credit card frequent flyer points isn't difficult, when you create a strategy that suits you.
United's Status Match Challenge is back in 2020, and it's your shortcut to Star Alliance Gold perks.
Recent changes to United's MileagePlus loyalty scheme are a case study in marketplace design.
You can now earn and spend Qantas Points across all Air France and KLM flights globally: plus, new perks for Gold and Platinum.
Under the proposal, any Oneworld airline's frequent flyer points could be used for an upgrade on any other alliance member.
The new points-for-petrol partnership between Qantas and BP is set to take off early next year.
Velocity Frequent Flyer members can now upgrade to business class on Delta flights for as few as 3,900 Velocity points.
Now you can earn Qantas Frequent Flyer points with all Uber and Uber Eats bookings, even worldwide.
A frequent flyer survey reveals how Qantas is considering a range of status-based benefits beyond Lifetime Gold.
The Uber Rewards program has signed up Qantas as a points partner, but the 'exchange rate' leaves much to be desired.