Double your Qantas Points and status credits with Qantas Aquire

Posted: 5 February 2016 2:05 pm


Qantas Aquire members can double their points and Status Credits on flights booked before the end of February.

Qantas has announced that its Aquire business loyalty frequent flyer scheme will be offering members double the rewards this month. Discover how you can pick up some extra points on your next business trip here.

If you’re a Qantas Aquire member, you can earn double Acquire Qantas Points and 50% more Status Credits on all eligible flights booked before 29 February 2016. As usual, if you provide your business’ ABN and the relevant Qantas Frequent Flyer number when booking, your business will earn the extra points while you’ll earn both the points and the bonus status credits.

The travel period you can book your flights between begins from now until 30 April 2016, so start planning!

Eligible flights include domestic or international flights that have a Qantas "QF" flight number and are operated by Qantas, Emirates or American Airlines. Your ticket number must commence with "081", list the "QF" flight number and can't be used before you've signed up to the Aquire program. See our Qantas Frequent Flyer guide for more information about the terms and conditions of the program.

If you were already planning a business trip over the next few months, this will help snowball your points balance even quicker. If you want more information on how Aquire works, we've got you covered.

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