Earn Qantas Points on Deliveroo orders

Posted: 26 October 2016 10:18 am News

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You can now earn Qantas Points on your next meal without even leaving the house.

Two of Australia's favourite roos have partnered up with the alliance between Qantas and Deliveroo, the takeaway delivery service. As of today, Qantas Frequent Flyer members in Australia can now earn two Qantas Points for every dollar they spend ordering meals from their favourite restaurant through Deliveroo. So whether you feel like a greasy burger from Mary's, some authentic Italian from Jamie's Italian or fresh rice paper rolls from Miss Chu, you'll be rewarded for your next take away order.

This partnership is the first time Qantas has added an online food delivery company to its ever-growing list of partners. Recognising that we're making purchases online and with our mobiles more and more, Qantas has jumped on the chance for Frequent Flyers to pick up points on everyday purchases.

To earn points, you need to download the Deliveroo app or go to the Deliveroo website, click on "My Account" and enter your Qantas Frequent Flyer details into the Qantas tab. Once you've done this, all future Deliveroo orders will get you closer to redeeming your dream reward.

Unless you use a frequent flyer credit card to make food delivery orders, Qantas' latest deal is the only way you can earn airline loyalty points from online food delivery in Australia. If you're not a Qantas points collector, check out our round-up of Deliveroo codes for other potential ways to save.

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