Money Hack: Earn Qantas Points by protecting your business vehicles

Posted: 26 May 2018 10:00 am

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The two Aussie icon companies have come together to reward small businesses.

Despite it being their primary function, it's difficult to rely on vehicles to keep your business moving. Breakdowns can happen anywhere and can really affect your cash flow. This is why roadside assistance can be a good option to consider to protect your staff and your business. If you're looking to get roadside assistance, the NRMA has sweetened its offering through a new partnership with Qantas.

The hack

Sign up for NRMA roadside assistance for business and you can earn 8 Qantas Points on every $1 spent until June 30. This is double the standard 4 points per $1 you'd usually collect. If you aren't a Qantas Business Rewards member, NRMA has also waived the $89.50 joining fee so you can sign up for free. You'll earn points on the membership fee as well as various assist products including passenger assist, light commercial assist and heavy vehicle assist.

If you already have NRMA roadside assistance for business you can still take advantage of the offer by adding an extra vehicle to your membership. Don't worry if you don't have another vehicle to add, you will still earn 4 Qantas Points per $1 spent on your renewal payment.

Make sure you review NRMA's roadside assist product to make sure it's right for your business, but some of the features include:

  • Nationwide protection
  • 24/7 assistance
  • Up to 100km towing
  • Added assistance for major breakdowns
  • Unlimited callouts
  • Access to Business Member Benefits such as discounts on car rental and corporate driver training

Find out more about the offer on NRMA's website

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