Wilson Parking is leaving Virgin Australia's Velocity Frequent Flyer program, which saw travellers earn Velocity Points every time they parked their vehicle.
Wilson is Australia’s largest secure parking operator with more than 400 car parks across Australia, and became a Velocity partner in May 2010. Velocity members can currently earn five points per dollar spent when they pre-book a parking space.
Frequent parkers (as opposed to frequent flyers) can also pick up two Velocity Points per dollar if they belong to the car park firm's own Wilson One loyalty program.
However, the Hong Kong-based company will exit the Velocity scheme from 30 May 2019.
Wilson Parking says its Wilson One members "will receive Velocity Points for parking transactions made up to and including 30 May 2019. Monthly Parking customers will receive Velocity Points for their May 2019 invoice."
Outstanding claims for missing Velocity points will be settled "no later than 30 May 2019."