Have been told by others that they travel very regularly (2 to 3 times every month for whole year) using frequent flyer miles or points. So they do not need to spend money buying the air tickets.
While this may apply to a rare trip once in a long while, this cannot apply to frequent and constant air travel. So I don't buy the story. Common sense tells you it is not true.
Checked the internet and it seems like you get an economy ticket for 1 short trip worth about $600 SGD after trading in 25,000 frequent flyer miles. Is that correct? Like me know actual figures, if it is inaccurate.
How far is 25,000 air miles?
That is flying from SG to BKK 28 times one way or 14 times round trip.
Is frequent flyer miles (FFM) scheme a real benefit? Or is it a meaningless scam?
Any experience facing many restrictions and limitations trying to use the FFM?
Any seasoned air traveler here in CS can tell us more about FFM?