This course explains how to fly in Business and First Class for just a fraction of the price! The trick is to buy frequent flyer points, then to find the "sweet spots" to redeem the points for maximum value.
Course 4, "Buy Points", will show you how to do this with 7 overseas frequent flyer programs. You'll learn how to buy points, how to redeem the points and where the value lies.
Buying points can make sense where the cost of the points is lower than the value of the reward for which they are redeemed. For example, you could buy $500 worth of points and redeem them for a Business Class flight worth over $2,000!
If you happen to have a very high credit card spend, you may have more points than you know what to do with. For everyone else, buying points is a cost-effective way to boost your frequent flyer point balance.
|Module 1||Introduction to Buying Points|
|The basics of buying points for discounted premium cabin travel.|
|Unit 1||4.1.1 Why Buy Frequent Flyer Points?|
|Unit 2||4.1.2 Preparation & Potential Risks|
|Unit 3||4.1.3 Buying Qantas & Velocity Points|
|Module 2||Key Programs that Sell Points|
|Learn the ins & outs of 7 international frequent flyer programs that sell points, including how & when to buy them and how best to redeem them.|
|Unit 1||4.2.1 American Airlines AAdvantage|
|Unit 2||4.2.2 Alaska Airlines Mileage Plan|
|Unit 3||4.2.3 United Mileage Plus|
|Unit 4||4.2.4 Avianca LifeMiles|
|Unit 5||4.2.5 Aegean Miles+Bonus|
|Unit 6||4.2.6 Etihad Guest|
|Unit 7||4.2.7 British Airways Executive Club|
|Unit 8||4.2.8 Marriott Bonvoy|
|Module 3||End of Course 4 Quiz|
End of Course 4 Quiz
|Unit 1||End of Course 4 Quiz|