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Qantas Store Winter Warmers bonus points offers, ranked

Posted: 28 July 2020 2:29 pm
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Earn up to 8 Qantas Points per $1 spent.

Qantas Frequent Flyer is currently featuring bonus offers for almost 100 brands offering Qantas Points for purchases through the Qantas Store. The "Winter Warmers" deals cover fashion, homewares and technology.

I'm expecting we'll keep seeing these kinds of offers from airlines throughout 2020. With flying heavily curtailed by the coronavirus pandemic, bonus points when shopping are one of the more reliable options for boosting your points total.

You can see the full list of current offers, which run until 31 July 2020, in this table. The best offer is 8 Qantas Points per $1 spent. The least generous offer is 2 Qantas Points per $1 spent. I've also noted the regular points per $1 each brand offers and what percentage increase that represents. The percentage is interesting, but don't use it as a deciding factor: the number of points you're getting for your spend is what counts.

StoreSale/$Normal/$% increase
hardtofind8560.00%
Ella Bache8560.00%
Edible Blooms8633.33%
CAMILLA AND MARC7475.00%
Aje7540.00%
Apero7475.00%
Princess Highway7475.00%
Dangerfield7475.00%
Aveda7540.00%
Crabtree & Evelyn7540.00%
Stylerunner7616.67%
P.E Nation7475.00%
2XU72250.00%
Vistaprint7616.67%
Lvly7540.00%
NET-A-PORTER6450.00%
Marks & Spencer6520.00%
LOVER6520.00%
Alannah Hill6450.00%
Review6520.00%
boohoo6520.00%
Skechers6520.00%
Shoe Warehouse6450.00%
Boody6450.00%
Taking Shape6450.00%
24S.com6450.00%
Gorman6450.00%
EMU Australia6450.00%
Black Pepper6520.00%
Charles Tyrwhitt6520.00%
GAZMAN6450.00%
Jack London6450.00%
boohooMAN6520.00%
Nourished Life6450.00%
Estee Lauder6520.00%
Jo Malone6450.00%
Bobbi Brown6520.00%
The Athlete's Foot6520.00%
ASICS6450.00%
L'Urv6450.00%
Under Armour6520.00%
B.O.D By Finch6520.00%
Berlei6450.00%
Adairs6450.00%
RedBalloon6450.00%
Country Road5425.00%
Seed5425.00%
Sportscraft5425.00%
Mimco5425.00%
Saba5425.00%
PrettyLittleThing5425.00%
Modibodi5366.67%
Bras N Things5366.67%
Petal & Pup52150.00%
Trenery5425.00%
Blue Illusion5425.00%
R.M. Williams5425.00%
M.J. Bale5366.67%
City Beach5425.00%
Connor5425.00%
La Mer5425.00%
New Balance5425.00%
Zanui5425.00%
Canningvale5366.67%
Castlery5425.00%
HP51400.00%
Purebaby5425.00%
THE ICONIC42100.00%
Nine West42100.00%
Sunglass Hut4333.33%
Selfridges & Co4333.33%
Nasty Gal4333.33%
Rockmans42100.00%
French Connection4333.33%
Ray-Ban4333.33%
Harvey Nichols4333.33%
Aquila4333.33%
Superdry4333.33%
Levi's4333.33%
Charlotte Tilbury42100.00%
Endora4333.33%
Mountain Designs4333.33%
Oakley4333.33%
Sportitude4333.33%
Lorna Jane42100.00%
Microsoft42100.00%
KitchenAid42100.00%
Xbox42100.00%
Frozen The Musical4333.33%
Farfetch3250.00%
SurfStitch3250.00%
glamaCo3250.00%
Sony3250.00%
Temple & Webster31200.00%
Bed Threads3250.00%
Pizza Hut3250.00%
Patagonia21100.00%
Bing Lee21100.00%
Youfoodz21100.00%

So are these deals worth taking up? I'd start with the standard logic: if you were planning to buy something anyway, getting extra bonus points is always welcome. But purchases made purely to earn points make a lot less sense.

You should also compare prices outside the points ecosystem before buying. Earning extra points on a laptop purchase is handy, but saving $500 on the same model by shopping elsewhere is likely to be better value overall. 1,000 Qantas Points is worth (as a rule of thumb) at least $20. If you're spending $50 more for 1,000 Qantas Points, it's rather less likely to be a worthwhile transaction.

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

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