Earn up to 15,000 bonus Qantas Points on premium wines
Treat yourself to big brand wines and bonus points until 5 July.
Qantas Wines’ biggest bonus points offer is back! Until 5 July 2018 (unless it sells out prior), you can score up to 15,000 bonus Qantas Points on a selection of premium wines.
The line up of eligible wines includes a bunch of big brands from around Australia as well as Halliday-rated bottles. To give you an idea, here are some of the wines that will help boost your points balance.
|Forest Hill Block 5 Cabernet Sauvignon 2012||$330 per case of 6||15,000|
|Forest Hill Block 9 Shiraz 2012||$300 per case of 6||15,000|
|Giant Steps Yarra Valley Chardonnay 2016||$348 per case of 12||15,000|
|Eden Road The Long Road Pinot Noir 2017||$294 per case of 12||10,000|
|Yarrabank Cuvee Vintage Sparkling 2011||$195 per case of 6||7,000|
|dArenberg Sticks Tempranillo 2012||$162 per case of 6||5,000|
On top of the bonus, Qantas Frequent Flyer members will earn 1 point per $1 they spend at Qantas Wines, while Qantas Wines Premium members get 3 points per $1.
There are also a bunch of exclusive offers available to premium Qantas Wines members. For example, you'll score 15,000 bonus points on a Voyager Mixed Case until early July. Containing a selection of six back-vintages, it includes two bottles of the 2010, 2011 and 2012 vintages of the Voyager Estate Cabernet Merlot and will set you back $360 per case. This is just one of the offers reserved for premium members, so make sure to compare some of your other options on the Qantas Wine website.
THE POINTS FINDER TAKE
When Qantas Wines hosted a similar 15,000 bonus points offer last month, the eligible wines sold out in hours. So you should jump on this offer fast!
With only a few days left in the month, you can check out finder's top 10 Qantas Wine picks for the month for more ways to earn Qantas Points on your next premium drop!
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