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    PeteDecember 18, 2018

    From 18.12.18
    From May, Finder Customer Care-Thanks for reaching out.

    Well, both actually have competitive frequent flyer programs. However, I can’t really tell which would be better off for you as that would entirely depend on how you’re going to use the rewards and which one you’d frequently use to earn the points. Nevertheless, we have an article on this page that outlines the head-to-head comparison of the two programs. I hope you’ll find it useful in your decision.

    Cheers,
    May
    Thanks May, The Finder FF comparison is helpful. Reviewing it made me realise I’m deeply embedded in the Qantas customer ‘ecosystem’, having QFF, Q-cash, and CC linked to QFF. plus I prefer to travel with Q with exit row seats available, plus their O/S flights go to where I usually want to be. So I’ll continue with what I have , thanks for confirming that this works best for me. P

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    PeteDecember 12, 2018

    For accumulating air travel points in Aust and Overseas, which is better Qantas Frequent Flyer points or Velocity points? I currently have QFF but I’m considering Velocity Points (I have a Velocity card but don’t use it much), so I would like to know which points system will give me the best value for air travel. This may affect the credit card I use for accumulating points.

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      MayDecember 18, 2018Staff

      Hi Pete,

      Thanks for reaching out.

      Well, both actually have competitive frequent flyer programs. However, I can’t really tell which would be better off for you as that would entirely depend on how you’re going to use the rewards and which one you’d frequently use to earn the points. Nevertheless, we have an article on this page that outlines the head-to-head comparison of the two programs. I hope you’ll find it useful in your decision.

      Cheers,
      May

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