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Australia to Dublin or London

Australia to Dublin or London

  1. Renae

    Hi Lucky
    I’m hoping that you can please help me. I’m trying to use my points to fly from the east coast of Australia back to Dublin or London in business or first class. I have 200’000 citi points , 50’000 Amex, 80’000 chase. What would be the best partner should I transfer miles to fly this route? Thank you!

  2. MidSouthSkier

    [USER=1715]@Renae[/USER] – I’d check into Singapore Airlines Kris Flyer miles. It’s a transfer partner for all 3 programs. Business class is 95K each way. First class is 132.5K each way. If you book online you get an online booking discount of 15% of your miles.

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