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    DavidOctober 16, 2017

    Fee Free credit cards with complimentary airport lounge access

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      ArnoldOctober 16, 2017Staff

      Hi David,

      Thanks for your inquiry

      Many premium credit cards provide complimentary access to airport lounges, giving you the opportunity to relax between flights and enjoy premium services without paying an entry fee. Please check out this page to compare these cards. Once you have chosen the right card for you please click the green ‘Go to Site’ button to continue.

      Hope this information helps


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    StacieAugust 1, 2017

    I need a quotes for travel insurance for my mother in law from Vietnam she is 67 years old who coming to Australia for holiday for 3 months plus from 13/08/2017.

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      LiezlAugust 2, 2017Staff

      Hi Stacie,

      Thanks for reaching out.

      You may get an inbound travel insurance for your mother-in-law from our comparison page here. Simply click the “Get Quote” button of the insurance brand of your choice to get a quote. Please make sure to check the product details and if necessary contact the insurance company directly to enquire, before you purchase a policy.


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    RodJuly 17, 2017

    Do you have comparisons for car hire in Melbourne Australia

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      DanielleJuly 18, 2017Staff

      Hi Rod,

      Thank you for contacting finder. We are a comparison website and general information service, we’re more than happy to offer general advice.

      You may refer to this page for options that may suit your needs. You may review and compare the offers available on the table. Once you have selected one, you may proceed by clicking the green “Get deal” button.

      I hope this helps.


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    DanielleJuly 11, 2017Staff

    Hi Col,

    Thank you for contacting finder. We are a comparison website and general information service, we’re more than happy to offer general advice.

    You may refer to our Travel Money Guide page for options that may suit your needs as well as tips that you might find helpful. You may review and compare the offers available on the table. Once you have selected one, you may proceed by clicking the green “Go to Site” button.

    I hope this helps.


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    TDDJanuary 24, 2017

    Hello, I have never travelled overseas. I am going from Australia to Untied Kingdom and Ireland later in 2017. I am so confused about travelling with cards. I bank with BankVic (police credit union) and have a Visa credit card and Visa debit card. They do not have travel cards. Friends have told me (1) don’t worry just use your current cards and get some cash out of a bank in pounds for Britain and Euros for Ireland… another fiend says get a Citibank transaction account and put pounds and euros in it and make withdrawals at ATMs. I don’t mind having to pay a small ATM fee over there, just like here however I am uncertain if I will have access to compatible ATMs. I am also concerned about losses relating to conversion rates and credit card purchases .Any advice greatly appreciated. TDD

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      MayJanuary 25, 2017Staff

      Hi TDD,

      Thanks for your inquiry.

      As is a comparative financial service, we’re unable to suggest or recommend one specific travel card to our users as the best option depends ultimately on your own financial situation, travel plans and spending habits.

      Nonetheless, when you travel, it’s best that you have a combination of cash and a travel card. To give you options on the travel card you can bring to the UK, you can check this page. There are tips and guide about travel money cards on the same page and the possibles fees you will incur and you can avoid are also explained.

      Hope this helps.


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    JulieJanuary 19, 2017

    Can I use my qantas ff points with Hawaiian Airlines?

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      MayJanuary 19, 2017Staff

      Hi Julie,

      Thanks for your question.

      Unfortunately, Hawaiian Airlines is not among the partner airlines of Qantas, so I’m afraid you won’t be able to use your Qantas points with them. You can find a list of their partners on this page.


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    DamianJanuary 18, 2017

    I want travel insurance for snow biking in japan, on an organised tour,
    who offers this cover ?

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      RichardJanuary 23, 2017Staff

      Hi Damian,

      Thanks for getting in touch. Unfortunately, none of the travel insurance brands in our panel currently cover snow biking.

      All the best,

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    JivkaDecember 12, 2016

    Do I have to live in Australia to get a long term travel insurance?
    I’m a Canadian resident

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      MauriceDecember 15, 2016Staff

      Hi Jivka,

      Generally yes. If you meet certain criteria from the insurer for non-resident applicants, you may be covered for outbound travel up to 12-18 months. It’s a good idea to check directly with an insurer to find out if you’re covered as well as the total duration of your cover.

      You might find this page useful.

      I hope this helps,


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    susanOctober 22, 2016

    my husband and I have booked a cruise using our platinum mastercard, are we both covered for health insurance and do we need to let someone know times and dates of the cruise

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      StephanieOctober 25, 2016Staff

      Hi Susan,

      Depending on your card’s terms and conditions you might be eligible for health and/or travel insurance with your booking. You can find more about credit card travel insurance policies here.

      It might also be worth contacting your card issuer to confirm your policy and whether it covers your upcoming trip.

      I hope that helps,


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    IanOctober 16, 2016

    Have heard about incredible snow holiday deals in Colorado for next winter, like $20 U.S. lift tickets/day for 1 adult & up to 4 kids, along with inexpensive on snow accommodations, but can’t find any info.

    Also there are apparently last minute fares in early January from Sydney to USA for $1599, but can’t find them either.

    A friend said he saw deal on gumtree but can’t find it.

    Any suggestions ?

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      StephanieOctober 17, 2016Staff

      Hi Ian,

      Thanks for your question.

      I’m unsure where the deals you found were, but for cheap flights a good source is I Want That Flight. Flights from Sydney to Colorado between January and February are around $1200 return.

      In terms of ski passes, you might like to look at the official resort site or daily deals websites such as Scoopon and Groupon.

      I’m sorry I couldn’t have been of more help.



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      October 18, 2016

      I found it. There’s a wholesaler called kiss travel international, who has blocks of seats to USA departing December 29 or January 5. They said they had around 2 dozen seats left at the $1599 price & they said they are advertising them on click frenzy tonight.

      They also do all North American ski resorts & yes for $20 U.S. you can get adult passes with kids under 13 years free, when you book 13 nights accommodation. In January & February this starts at $146 U.S. for a 4 star ski in, ski out hotel room.

      Book less nights & lifts go up slightly but still incredibly cheap compared to the $146 U.S. you pay at ticket window at resort.

      Book 10 nights anytime in season & lifts go up to $22.50 U.S/day/adult (10 days lifts)

      Book 7 nights & they go up to $50 U.S./day/adult (7 days lifts).

      All lifts come with kids free & a thing called a secret pass which is like a ski school line.

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      StephanieOctober 19, 2016Staff

      Hi Ian,
      Good to hear that you found the deal!
      All the best with your travels,

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