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AirAsia makes it easier to redeem BIG Fixed Points.

by on April 9, 2015
 

AirAsia BIG has announced changes to their Reward programme, introducing AirAsia BIG Fixed Points, which allows all AirAsia BIG Shots to redeem AirAsia flights across the group network based on a fixed amount of BIG Points. This is expected to improve clarity and make it easier to redeem flights.

AirAsia BIG Fixed Points makes the process easier by categorising the points requirement according to flight duration. This will range from 4,500 BIG Points for flights of less than an hour, up to 30,000 BIG Points for flights of more than six hours.

Introductory bonus!

In celebration of the launch, AirAsia BIG is offering the first 50 special redemptions per day, until 10th April 2015 with a one way free flight. To redeem, you can log in at the AirAsia BIG website.

With over 12 million BIG Shots worldwide, this new initiative allows you to use your points more easily as you can plan ahead. As the points can be used at any time, rather than only during a redemption period, the choice is given to the passengers to select their destination and timing (subject to availability, of course) rather than have to make a quick decision based on the choices offered.

With more than 80 destinations spread over 20 countries, your points will now have more value, especially as you can earn BIG Points via all entities under the Tune Group of companies such as AirAsia, Tune Hotels and Tune Talk.

In addition, AirAsia has over 100 BIG Loyalty Partners across the region, including Citibank, Petronas, Maybank, WCT Holdings Berhad (Paradigm Mall & [email protected]), Agoda, Hilton Worldwide, Bank of the Philippines Islands (BPI), Starhub, DBS Bank, Bangkok Bank, King Power, CIMB Niaga from which you can accrue BIG Fixed Points.

For a detailed list of flights redeemable with the AirAsia BIG Fixed Points and other applicable terms and conditions, please refer to the AirAsia BIG website.

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