Get 50% more Status Credits on Qantas flights

Sally McMullen 3 July 2017

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Move up the Qantas Frequent Flyer tiers faster with the airline’s latest status credits offer.

Are you looking to escape the Australian winter? If the answer is yes, there’s never been a better time to book a flight if you’re a Qantas Frequent Flyer.

If you book a Qantas flight between 3 July 2017 and 9 July 2017, you’ll be rewarded with 50% more Status Credits! Just make sure you register for the offer via the Qantas website and book an eligible flight with a QF flight number for travel until 31 October 2017.

The number of Status Credits you could earn will depend on your flight. While a flight to London would usually reward you with 140 Status Credits, you’ll receive 210 Status Credits while the promotion is in place. Meanwhile, a domestic flight from Melbourne to Brisbane would ordinarily get you 30 Status Credits, but you’d receive 45 if you booked before Halloween.

The offer is also available on an unlimited number of flights, so it could help you get more bang for your buck if you have a few trips planned.

Qantas currently offers four Status Credit tiers: Silver, Gold, Platinum and Platinum One. The higher you ascend, the better the perks. However, some of the benefits you can expect from Status Credits tiers include lounge access, higher earn rates, preferred seating and priority check-in.

This is just one of the few Status Credits offers available on the market right now. For example, if you apply for the ANZ Frequent Flyer Black credit card by 30 September 2017, then book and travel on a return flight with Qantas by 31 January 2018, you’ll also receive a bonus 75 Status Credits.

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