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How to score 1,000 bonus Qantas Points with Woolworths

Posted: 18 September 2017 4:29 pm News


Convert your Woolworths Rewards to Qantas Points and collect an extra 1,000 points this week.

Did you know that you can exchange your Woolworths Rewards for Qantas Points? Well, you can and there’s never been a better time to convert your supermarket rewards to frequent flyer points than this week.

You can collect 1 Woolworths Rewards point for every $1 you spend at Woolworths supermarkets, BWS and Caltex Woolworths fuel outlets. Normally, you can convert 2,000 Woolworths Rewards at a time and receive 0.43 Qantas Points per grocery store point you converted.

This means you’d usually get 870 Qantas Points in total for every 2,000 Woolworths Rewards you converted. But if you convert your Woolworths Rewards to Qantas Points by Friday 22 September 2017, you’ll also score 1,000 bonus Qantas Points!

Although the Woolworths Rewards and Qantas Frequent Flyer scheme doesn’t offer the most competitive exchange rate, this bonus points offer is an easy way to pick up extra Qantas Points for $0.


You can convert your rewards by signing into your Woolworths Rewards account and selecting the "Convert to Qantas Points" option.

If you don’t already belong to the Woolworths Frequent Flyer program, you can sign up for free online. Or if you don’t have a Qantas Frequent Flyer account, you can save on the regular $89.95 joining fee if you sign up online via this link.

Want to know how many frequent flyer points you could earn on your average grocery shopping bill? Check out our Woolworths Rewards and Qantas Frequent Flyer calculator to see how many Qantas Points you could earn based on how much you spend at Woolies each month.

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