April’s 18 best Qantas epiQure bonus points wine deals
You can score 10,000 points with a single case of shiraz for $300, plus a full round-up of all the other big-points deals.
The stand-out deal amongst the bonus points offers for wine lovers through Qantas epiQure this month is a case of Woodlands Cabernet Merlot 2015, which offers up a sweet 10,000 bonus Qantas Points and is on sale at $300 for a case of 12.
The Woodlands is a well-regarded drop and is served in business class on select Qantas flights. 10,000 points is enough to cover a short-hop domestic flight on Qantas (such as Sydney to Brisbane), which could be worth more than $300 if you pick a flight at the right time.
Another deal which jumps out is the Byron and Harold Rose and Thorns Shiraz 2016, which offers 8,000 points on a case of 12 for $198 (and is also a Qantas business favourite). Dollar-for-dollar, that's the best points-earning wine option out there this month, with 40 points earned per dollar spent.
There are four other deals offering 10,000 bonus points on offer, though they're priced a little higher than the Woodlands deal. For $324, you can score a dozen bottles of Willoughby Park Chardonnay or Cabernet Sauvignon, or an Ironclad Cabernet Malbec. A little pricier again is the Brokenwood Sticky Wicket Semillon 2014 vintage, which costs $336.
That's not the most expensive wine with a big bonus points deal attached this month, though. The 2017 vintage of the Grosset Polish Hill Riesling will score you 7,000 Qantas points if you purchase a dozen, but you'll pay $623.88.
The table below shows all 18 of the currently available bonus points deals through epiQure which offer 6,000 bonus points per case or more. On top of that, any Qantas Frequent Flyer member will earn $1 per point they spend at epiQure, while epiQure Premium members get $3 per point.
|Woodlands Cabernet Merlot 2015||$300.00||10,000|
|Willoughby Park Chardonnay Kalgan 2017||$324.00||10,000|
|Ironcloud Cabernet Malbec Rock of Solitude 2015||$324.00||10,000|
|Willoughby Park Cabernet Sauvignon 2014||$324.00||10,000|
|Brokenwood Sticky Wicket Semillon 2014||$336.00||10,000|
|Forest Hill Estate Shiraz 2014||$288.00||8,500|
|Byron and Harold Rose and Thorns Shiraz 2016||$198.00||8,000|
|Risky Business Shiraz Grenache Tempranillo Margaret River 2016||$240.00||7,000|
|Risky Business Chardonnay Margaret River 2016||$240.00||7,000|
|Kilikanoon Skilly Valley Pinot Gris 2016||$240.00||7,000|
|Entertaining Essentials - Reds||$270.00||7,000|
|The Lane Block 2 Pinot Gris 2016||$300.00||7,000|
|Grosset Polish Hill Riesling 2017||$623.88||7,000|
|The Lane Block 10 Sauvignon Blanc 2017||$240.00||6,500|
|McPherson MWC Shiraz Mourvedre 2016||$209.97||6,000|
|Plantagenet Three Lions Chardonnay 2017||$214.20||6,000|
|Ottelia Pinot Gris 2016||$222.00||6,000|
The list is sorted by points by default, but you can click on the column headings to sort. Prices are correct at time of writing but could subsequently go up, and the best-value deals are likely to sell out, so get in quickly if you're keen. Remember to pay using a card that also earns Qantas Points to ensure you earn even more (and check out our full guide if you're looking for a new Qantas-earning credit card).
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