How to earn Qantas Points on Uber trips to the airport
You can score points with every Uber journey.
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To earn points, you'll need to link your Uber account with your Qantas Frequent Flyer account. You can do this through the Qantas app by tapping "book" and then "Uber".
How many Qantas Points can I earn with Uber?
There are two ways you can earn Qantas Points with Uber:
- You can earn Qantas Points directly when you're travelling to and from selected larger Australian airports.
- You can convert Uber Rewards points to Qantas Points. Uber Rewards will launch in Australia in early 2020. Once that happens, you'll be able to convert 750 Uber Rewards to 200 Qantas Points. You'll only be able to do that if you're a Gold, Platinum or Diamond Uber Rewards member. To reach Gold, you need to earn 1,200 Uber Rewards.
You'll earn 1 Qantas Point for every $1 spent on airport Uber trips, regardless of your tier.
You can earn points when travelling between these eligible airports:
- Byron Bay
- Gold Coast
Earn 2,000 bonus Qantas Points on your first Uber trip
If you haven’t signed up to Uber yet, you can score 2,000 bonus Qantas Points if you join and book your first Uber trip for anywhere in Australia (not just trips to the airport!).
This partnership is one of two ways frequent flyers can earn Qantas Points on transport. You can also download the ingogo app and link it to your Qantas account to earn points on your next taxi trip. Check out our guide to earning frequent flyer points with rideshare and taxi services for more ways to boost your points.
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