Qantas bizarrely continues to charge Australians $89.50 to join its loyalty program, Qantas Frequent Flyer. That’s pretty steep when you consider that almost all other major airlines around the world (including Virgin Australia) provide free access to their loyalty programs.
All it takes is a simple Google search to find ways to get around paying Qantas’ joining fee. That means many Australians are getting free membership while those who pay for it probably feel duped when they realise they wasted their money.
This begs the question, why is Qantas persisting with this silly joining fee? Because it thinks it can get away with it, of course.
If you know someone who wants to join QFF, they can do so for free via this link:
Make sure you send your family and friends this link so they can save $89.50 (and, of course, tell them to follow The High Life for the best points tips!).
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