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    Default Qantas frequent flyers

    Hi ladies

    Is it normal to pay $90 to join the qantas frequent flyers program?

    TIA

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    I think you do have to pay now, but hopefully points don't expire like they used to.

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    Thanks @amyd and @CitrusRain

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    Can't you join still through Woolworth everyday rewards card? I did and didn't pay a thing

    Sent from my GT-N7105T using The Bub Hub mobile app

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    Thanks @ProudMumma34 ill check it out

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    There is free membership at the moment at www.qantas.com/freejoin

    Hope that helps

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    Thanks @bluemarlin wooo hoo

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    What does everyone else do with their frequent flier points and fly buys points ?

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    Nothing with woolies. They send a 5 buck card every now and then. I don't spend much there.

    Flybys I convert to guy by dollars. Sometimes I spend on groceries but most I buy gifts. I am getting dd3 bike with them for her birthday.

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    We just used our Flybuys for a night at The Langham for our wedding anniversary. It cost us 56,000 points, so we're now back down to about 4,000, but it was worth it.


 

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