Earning Frequent Flyer points may be easier than you think, with these simple everyday activities giving you the opportunity to up your balance.
Whether you’re a seasoned Frequent Flyer point collector or have only just jumped joined, here’s how to get even more.
Well without realising, there are actually lots of things you probably already do everyday, that can get you that one step closer to that free (or upgraded) flight.
Virgin Australia has revealed how you can earn Velocity points without even booking a flight.
Park the car
Book ahead with Book A Bay at any of Wilson Parking’s 85 participating car parks across Australia and you’ll earn 5 Velocity Points per $1 spent on your ticket.
Sign up to Presto’s Velocity offer and you could be eligible to receive 600 Velocity Points. You can also earn 50 Velocity Points for every paid month you stay subscribed to the package.
Not only will you get access to hundreds of restaurants with OpenTable, but you’ll also earn 300 Velocity Points for every honoured booking. If you want to stay in, you can order Menulog via the Velocity eStore and earn 2 Velocity Points per $1 spent.
Join Jetts Fitness and you’ll be rewarded with 2 Velocity Points per $1 spent on your ongoing membership, as well as 60 bonus Velocity Points if you make 5 or more visits to any Jetts gym in a month.
Pay your bills
Sign up to Australia Post’s MyPost Digital Mailbox and you’ll be rewarded with 50 Velocity Points every time you pay a bill of $50 or more.
Buy someone a present
RedBalloon offers thousands of once-in-a-lifetime experience’s- all of which will earn you 2 Velocity Points per $1 spent.
Fill up the car
You can’t escape filling the car up, so make it that bi sweeter by heading into BP next time you’re low and earn 2 Velocity Points per litre purchased and 2 Velocity Points per $1 spent in-store, while you’re there!