finder Rewards Roundup: Airbnb, Qantas, American Express

Angus Kidman 7 October 2016


Get more points and more benefits with the latest frequent flyer, credit card rewards and hotel offers.

Earn Qantas Frequent Flyer points with Airbnb bookings

As we reported earlier this week, you can now earn Qantas Frequent Flyer points for any Airbnb booking, at a rate of one point per dollar. The fact that it's not restricted in any way (unlike many hotel earning offers) is very welcome. Just remember you have to log in through the Qantas site in order to qualify for the points, and they can take up to eight weeks to appear. More details in our full story.

American Express Platinum Business Card bonus points offer boost

American Express has increased its bonus points offer for its Platinum Business Card. Sign up for and be approved for the card before 30 November and you'll receive 150,000 bonus points if you spend $5,000 within the first two months. The bonus offer was previously 100,000 points, so that's a generous increase.Check out the full details for the card.

Free breakfast at Accor

Accor is offering free breakfast across its Australian hotels for bookings made by LeClub AccorHotels members. The offer applies for stays between 10 October 2016 and 31 March 2017. As is often the case, there are some black-out dates at specific hotels and some cheaper chains, so double-check when booking.

finder Rewards Roundup highlights and compares the latest credit card, airline and frequent flyer rewards offers. Check back every Friday for the latest rewards deals and to find out how you can get more out of your points this week.

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