Join the Qantas Club and get the first six months free
From lounge passes to priority check in, enjoy all of the Qantas Club perks for a quarter of the price.
If you’re a frequent flyer, you could travel in luxury before you even step on the plane and access Australia’s largest lounge network when you join the Qantas Club. And whether you’re renewing your membership or signing up for the first time, you can sign up and save this week.
If you sign up for a Qantas Club two-year membership, you’ll get the first six months free. This means you could save $245 in Qantas Club fees. You can compare the different cash and points prices below.
|Payment option||Standard two-year membership fee||Promotional price|
|Cash||AU $980||AU $735|
|Qantas Points||155,000 points||116,000 points|
Unfortunately, if you’re not already a member, the one-off Qantas Club joining fee of $399 still applies.
As a Qantas Club member, you can take advantage of unlimited access to the Qantas lounge network, a complimentary guest visit each time you travel plus departure upgrades when using Qantas Points on domestic flights. You can also take advantage of additional checked baggage and priority check in on economy or premium economy flights. Plus, you’ll earn 3 Qantas Points per $1 spent on your Qantas Club membership when you pay with cash or a credit card.
If you were already planning on joining the Qantas Club or need to renew your membership, this promotion is an easy way to sign up and enjoy the exclusive perks for less. Earlier this year, Qantas also rewarded frequent flyers with 40% off their Qantas Club membership.
This current offer ends at midnight on Thursday 23 November 2017, so you’ll need to get cracking if you want to take advantage of this offer while it lasts.
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