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1,000 bonus Qantas Points with new flight bookings


Potentially double your points for a single trip.

Here's an appealing and broad bonus Qantas Points offer to end the week with: the chance to earn 1,000 bonus points on any new flight booking.

1,000 points is the minimum earn for a Qantas domestic flight, so this potentially gives you the chance to double your points on what might otherwise be an unremarkable earner. It works for any new domestic or international booking made from today to 31 May 2018, provided the flight is for travel between 11 April 2018 and 15 May 2019 – a broad range of dates that covers the next Christmas and Easter, as well as several school holidays.

Qantas is promoting the deal as a "celebration" of its points-earning partnership with Uber, which actually launched back in October last year. However, there's no requirement to actually book an Uber to earn the bonus points.

Here are the conditions to keep an eye on:

  • Before making any booking, register on Qantas' site to be eligible for the bonus Qantas Points. The bonus points only apply to the member who has registered, so if you're travelling with someone else you'll want to register separately and book separately to maximise your points.
  • Book a domestic or international flight (which must have a QF flight number, and can't be a Reward flight) before 31 May 2017, for travel between 11 April 2018 and 15 May 2019.
  • As is typical for bonus offers, it may take up to 6 weeks after your flight for the points to show up.
  • You can only score the 1,000 bonus points for one booking made during the eligibility period, so it doesn't make a difference which flight you attach it to. If you need to make a booking in the next six weeks, make sure you've signed up and it will be applied to your next booking.

Qantas has just expanded its points redemption to include all oneworld partners, so those points are more valuable than ever.

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