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More Choice for NZ Fly Buys Members

More Choice for NZ Fly Buys Members

An exclusive new partnership means Fly Buys Members can now collect points at any of Choice Hotels Australasia’s 31 Comfort, Quality and Clarion hotels across New Zealand.

The new arrangement sees Choice Hotels Australasia (CHA) becoming the only accommodation partner offering Fly Buys points in New Zealand.

Plus, as a special launch offer, Fly Buys members can collect 20 Bonus points for staying at a CHA hotel from now through to August 31, 2008.

“CHA has been a valued part of our Fly Buys programme for members wanting to redeem their Fly Buys points for the past 18 months,” said Loyalty New Zealand CEO Andy Symons.

“But CHA now becomes the only hotel group offering Fly Buys members the opportunity to collect points as well.”

CHA Managing Director David Bayes said the hotel group was very excited to be part of NZ’s largest loyalty programme.

“Fly Buys has 1.1 million members and amazing brand awareness throughout New Zealand, so we see Fly Buys as a marvellous opportunity to grow our customer base in New Zealand.”


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