Earn double Qantas Points this Mother’s Day

Sally McMullen 21 April 2016 NEWS


Not sure what to get your mum for Mother’s Day? Discover how you can get her the perfect gift and be rewarded with Qantas Points at the same time.

Picking a Mother’s Day present can be a difficult task. But what if you could pick the perfect present and earn points in the process? Qantas is offering its frequent flyers this sweet deal, awarding a bonus double points when you book a Qantas Activity this Mother’s Day. So long as you make the purchase before the 8 May 2016 and complete the activity by the 31 July 2016, you’ll have your Mother’s Day gift in the bag and will earn bonus points to boot.

So you can forget the fluffy robe and candle combo.Think out of the box this year and gift your mum with memories she can keep with Qantas Activities. If your mum is a thrill-seeker, gift her with a Harbour Bridge Climb or a trip to explore the Great Barrier Reef. If she is a culture buff, consider a family holiday to the Vatican City or tantalise her taste buds with a wine tasting. Regardless of your mum’s interest, you’re bound to find something close to home or overseas with the 10,000 activities in over 800 destinations on offer.

Mothersdayqantas Sunday 8 May is fast approaching, so there’s no better time than the present to pick up a present for your Mama. And if you can earn extra rewards at the same time, that just gives you an extra incentive to spoil your Mum this year.

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