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    I have heard they're doing this but doesn't bother me.

    Is it you accumulate points on the rewards or you have to pay with a credit card to get the points?

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    I think customers should get a choice.
    FF points or the money off.
    I'd prefer the FF points.

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    How many points did you get per $?

    I only get FF buy paying groceries with my CC.

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    I'm annoyed. We fly quite a bit and the points are very handy. I've been sticking with my local woollies even though the range isn't the best. I won't be sticking around after December based on the new program.

    I note the Qantas email says you get ff points until December 31st and they are negotiating what happens after that.

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    Peeved off here too it's dodgey.

    I think you should be able to select which you'd prefer. It can't be that hard to work out.

    Has anyone thought about a social media movement to complain???

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    Does anyone know what happens with the ff points that you have already accumulated?

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    Quote Originally Posted by My Beloved Ones View Post
    Does anyone know what happens with the ff points that you have already accumulated?
    You keep them - Qantas put out a media release that they stay the same.

    I can't find what happens with the Everyday Rewards points though - do they just convert to the $ off or do we loose them?

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    They are getting rid of it because it costs them too much.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ExcuseMyFrench View Post
    How many points did you get per $?

    I only get FF buy paying groceries with my CC.
    1 point for every $1 when you spend over $30, plus often lots of bonus points on offer. You need your everyday rewards card to be linked to ff

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    It doesn't really bother me, I had mine set up so that every 3 months, I would automatically get a Woolies voucher with my FF points. So now it just means I don't have to remember to use the voucher.


 

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