• Thanks for you comments, but over the years, i have continued to see points devalued. Yet I see the Loyalty programs as large source of revenue for the company.If any other business offered schemes like this where you purchase "Credits" from them, which is what you are really doing with Hire cars...

  • You are correct.All I can do is to try and send my spending to something that MAY help Australia 

  • Hi Steve, It frustrates me that once a post is made there is No Edit option, so I'd better check spelling and grammar more carefully before pressing SEND :). I have also rechecked the exact numbersI pay $395 per year for the Credit CARD Package, and over 4 years spent 270K on the Credit Card, for...

  • I feel  your frustration. The reason I still try to fly QF, is that at least some jobs remain in Australia. Its not that I think Qantas cares about its customers. I know that a lot of maintenance now gets done off shore, but some is still done here, and the Cabin Crew etc appear to be Aussie...

  • Hi Camel,  I agree that my wife loosing the points is on her. However she stays home most of the time, and is not across the rules. (However she can cook and do things like that better than me) Yes she could have done something, to earn 1 point, if that was in her mind, but like a lot of peo...

  • Thank you, excellent advice, and probably obvious when you think about it !!!. Qantas Customer support did not know this. In the last few days they have agreed that I can purchase a Lounge Pass at the Shongololo Lounge and they will refund the money to me. However this is a ONE OFF.Qantas advise ...

  • I am travelling with QANTAS on a Business Class Tickets SYD to JNB and then transiting thru JNB for 4 hours. to another QF Flight number, although its operated by EL AL. I did this same route last year. The Normal Qantas Lounge at JNB (Shongololo Lounge) refused me entry, as they are only contr...