In a sign of the shifting powers in Australian finance, ASX-listed buy now pay later service Afterpay is joining the Qantas Frequent Flyers program. New Afterpay customers will earn 500 Qantas Points for joining and adding their QFF membership number to their Afterpay account and then 1 point per $1 spent, up to a total… Read more »
Qantas has partnered with Uber to allow passengers to book rides to and from Australian airports and tally Frequent Flyer points along the way.
AirActive is a fitness activity booking app rewarding users with Velocity Frequent Flyer points with each booking made and offering on and off-peak pricing.
Australian ridesharing service GoCatch has today announced its passengers will be able to earn Qantas Frequent Flyer points when completing a journey. The new point system is part of the startups focus on providing better transport experience.
Startup iFLYflat redeems 7 million frequent flyer points, saving customers over $1 million in flights
Eighteen months ago, entrepreneur and mathematical whiz, Steve Hui, embarked on a mission to get more Australians flying first class. How? Certainly not by paying the exorbitant retail price of $15,000, but by hacking through the frequent flyer points system so that clients pay no more than $6,000, or better yet, nothing. That’s not to say clients have to choose first class. Hui helps clients maximise their points so they can choose to fly in any class they want.
In October last year, entrepreneur Steve Hui founded travel startup iFLYflat after uncovering the secret formula for flying first-class at just a fraction of the retail cost, or in some circumstances, for ‘free’. Instead of paying up to $15,000 for a return flight, Hui guarantees to get the average consumer a first-class seat for just $6000 – less than half the retail cost.