Earn up to 5,000 bonus points with Qantas Cash

Sally McMullen 20 November 2017 NEWS

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Reach your next holiday quicker by topping up your Qantas Cash card this month.

Are you heading on a holiday soon? If so, now might be the right time to get your travel money in order. Qantas is rewarding organised travellers who top up their Qantas Cash card this month. If you load your Qantas Cash card with at least AU$2,000 and load it into a supported foreign currency, you could score between 1,500 and 5,000 Qantas Points.

The number of points you can earn will vary depending on how much you load on your card, so you can compare your points potential below:

Load amountBonus Qantas Points
AU$2,000 to AU$4,9991,500 points
AU$5,000 or more5,000 points

The 10 supported foreign currencies you can transfer your Australian dollars to includes: USD, GBP, EUR, SGD, NZD, HKD, JPY, CAD, THB or AED.

Alone, 5,000 Qantas Points can’t get you very far. But when you combine the bonus points with the Qantas Points you’d usually earn when you spend with your Qantas Cash, the perks can easily add up. Let’s say you’ve loaded and spent the equivalent AU$5,000 in one of the foreign currencies supported by your Qantas Cash card. Combining the bonus points and the standard 1.5 points per $1 spent overseas, you’d score 12,500 Qantas Points.

That’s enough points to fly from Sydney to the Gold Coast in Economy (8,000 points) and almost enough to take the trip in Business Class (16,000 points)!

This offer is available to cardholders until 15 December 2017. Plus, if you haven’t activated your Qantas Cash card yet, you could score another bonus 500 Qantas Points when you do.

Want to discover more ways you can boost your Qantas Points balance? Check out our guide to the Qantas Frequent Flyer program.

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