Kogan sale is offering 10 times more Qantas Frequent Flyer points

Peter Terlato 8 June 2016

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One-week sale could be a handy way to rack up some extra points.

For the next week Qantas frequent flyer members can earn 10 points for every $1 spent shopping at Australia's largest online department store, Kogan.

The bonus points offer, which began at midnight on 7 June, runs for one week until 11:59pm 14 June. To be eligible you'll need to be a member of Kogan.com and attach your Qantas Frequent Flyer membership number to your account.

To receive points purchases must be made from a list of eligible products, ranging from LED TVs and Apple iPhones to mixed bundles of wine and luxury cotton bed linen.

A quick scroll through the offer list reveals Kogan has included hundreds of items from a variety of product categories including electrical devices, haberdashery goods, clothing and sportswear, beauty and fashion accessories, and toys.

As well as plenty of Kogan's own-brand items for sale, there's a good mix of name-brand products - Lego, Dell, Lenovo, Belkin, Yves Saint Laurent, Estee Lauder and Asics - available too.

Some of the products are heavily discounted. For example a Lavazza Minù coffee capsule machine with 96 Lavazza capsules retails for $177.93 but on Kogan will set you back just $69. You can save $50 on a Philips 5W Stereo Bluetooth Speaker, paying $49 instead of the RRP of $99 and earn 490 frequent flyer points.

Many of the items included in the sale offer free shipping but take note as some do not and delivery charges can add up.

Be aware that bonus points may take up to 8 weeks to be credited your account and any cancelled or refunded purchases, as well as commercial and wholesale orders, will exclude you from the offer.

Only one Qantas Frequent Flyer number can be linked to a Kogan.com account and they must belong to the same person. Additionally, you can't swap points for cash or store credit and past purchases don't apply.

In April last year, Kogan and Qantas partnered to offer a 1 for 1 points for dollars spent scheme.

Kogan’s latest own-brand mobile handset is being marketed as a challenger to "premium" phones but there are still some potential catches to be aware of, while Kogan Mobile’s phone service now offers 4G through Vodafone and a new high-data plan.

Earlier this week Virgin Australia began offering double points for Velocity frequent flyers shopping online at selected retailers.

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