Earn double Qantas Points on all Qantas flights
Book any Qantas flight before Monday and earn twice as many points.
In case you needed a little push to book your next holiday, Qantas’ latest bonus points deal is giving you twice as many reasons to book but do it fast.
If you book a Qantas operated flight between Thursday 19 January and Monday 23 January, you’ll earn twice as many Qantas Points as you usually would. The flights must be booked for travel between 1 February 2017 and 7 January 2018, giving you a window of almost a whole year to travel. Plus, the bonus points deal applies to all available cabins and all destinations in Australia and around the world. Just make sure that any international flights have a flight code beginning with QF to ensure it’s eligible for the bonus points.
All you need to do is register for the deal, make your booking within the eligible dates and make sure you enter your Qantas Frequent Flyer number at the time of booking.
Qantas has a minimum points guarantee of 800 points, which would double to 1,600 points for the duration of the promotion, but exactly how many extra points you could earn will depend on your flight. For example, if you booked a flight in Premium Economy from Sydney to Los Angeles, you would regularly earn 11,250 Qantas Points. During the promotional period, though, this would double to 22,500 points. This is enough to get you an Economy flight from Sydney to Denpasar, Indonesia or Auckland, New Zealand. Of course, the higher your cabin and the more expensive the flight, the more points you’ll earn. If you book a business flight from Sydney to Melbourne by 11.59pm on Monday, you could earn 2,800 points.
Flights are subject to availability but you can use the Qantas Points calculator on the airline’s website to estimate how many extra points you could earn on your next trip.
With the summer holiday period coming to a close, there’s no better time to book your next trip and double your rewards with Qantas’ bonus points deal. See our guide on how to earn more Qantas Points for more ways to boost your points balance.
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