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Money Hack: Free Stan membership for 3 months

Posted: 15 August 2018 10:00 am
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Fly with Qantas and score three months of streaming for free.

Whether you want to binge reruns of The Office or catch up on the latest episode of Younger, Qantas travellers can get a 3-month Stan subscription for free right now.

The Australian streaming service currently offers a 30-day free trial for new customers, but you can nab an extra two months on top of that if you’re travelling on a Qantas flight that includes in-flight Wi-Fi. Here’s how it works.

The hack

Qantas is rewarding travellers with the 3-month Stan Standard Plan subscriptions when they opt into using free in-flight Wi-Fi on select B737 and A330 domestic services. The Stan Standard subscription usually sets you back $12 per month, so you’ll save $36 with this deal.

When you’re on board and in the air, connect your device to Qantas Free Inflight Wi-Fi, go to wifi.qantas.com in your browser and enter your details. Once you’re signed in, follow the prompts to get your Stan subscription. You’ll receive a code which you can use to sign up and get your 3-month Stan subscription for free.

This offer is only available to new Stan customers, so you can’t take advantage of this deal if you’ve already signed up to the streaming service. It's available until 30 April 2019, so there is still plenty of time to get your free subscription if you have a flight coming up over the next few months.

Qantas offered a similar deal with Netflix earlier this year, although that offer was also available to existing subscribers as well as Netflix newbies.

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