Buy an iPhone or Mac and score LOADS of free Qantas Points right now

Posted: 6 April 2022 11:33 am
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This clever gift card hack could get you a tech upgrade and up to 350,000 Qantas Points.

Apple lover who also craves Qantas Points? This is your lucky week.

From today until Tuesday 13 April, Apple gift cards earn 20 times their face value in Everyday Rewards points when you buy them at Woolworths.

You're limited to buying 10 cards a day, which you can spend on any purchases in Apple's own store.

If you purchased 70 $500 cards (the highest value available) across the week, you'd earn a whopping 700,000 Woolworths Rewards points.

You can then convert them (following our easy guide) to 350,000 Qantas Points – enough for a round-the-world oneworld Business Classic Reward.

(Incidentally, that's way more generous than a similar recent offer at Coles, which capped out at 45,000 points.)

Obviously, I don't imagine too many people are planning to spend $35,000 on new Apple gear this week, lovers of the hyper-pricey Mac Pro ($10,000+) aside.

But you'd still get a hefty points top-up if you decided to buy (for instance) a best-in-class iPhone 13 Pro with 512GB of storage for $2,219, or a Mac Studio for $3,100-odd.

If you don't want to spend thousands of dollars up front on a phone, definitely compare carrier plans for iPhone instead.

But if you're thinking about an upgrade, this is a great week to do it.

Happy phone hunting, and happy flying!

Want to keep your frequent flyer points balance growing? Check out the latest credit card sign-up deals.

Angus Kidman's Findings column looks at new developments and research that help you save money, make wise decisions and enjoy your life more.

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