Use Netflix to get 2,500 free Velocity points: Here’s how

Posted: 28 April 2022 10:00 am

Get points from Virgin while you binge on your favourite shows.

Here's a great way to get some bonus Velocity points this week, for something you're likely already paying for.

If you buy a $50 Netflix card from Coles this week, you'll score 1,000 bonus Flybuys points.

That converts to 500 Velocity Points if you've linked your accounts (which I recommend everyone does).

You can buy a maximum of 5 cards under the deal, which adds up to 2,500 Velocity Points.

(You can get the same deal on a $100 card, but you don't earn any more points for it, so I'd always stick with the cheaper card and buy more of them.)

Netflix is massively popular. Roy Morgan data shows more than 14 million Australians use it. Velocity Frequent Flyer has over 10 million members. There's a lot of overlap there.

Just apply the gift card(s) to your account and you'll be covered for months.

Not sure how to apply the card? Our full guide to Netflix points deals explains the process.

Coles ran the same deal at the beginning of April 2022, so if you missed out then, this is your chance.

The deal runs from 27 April to 3 May 2022.

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. This column was updated on 28 April 2022 with details of the newest Coles offer.

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