Netflix frequent flyer deal: 2,000 bonus flybuys points

Posted: 24 July 2018 9:36 am

Pay for your streaming and earn extra Velocity Points.

Points booster alert! Coles is offering 2,000 flybuys points for purchases of Netflix gift cards.

The deal is listed in the current Coles catalogue and covers Netflix gift card purchases of $50 or more from 25 to 31 July 2018.

You can also earn 2,000 bonus points with gift cards for eBay, Country Road, Ticketmaster or on the "Teens Gift Card", which covers half-a-dozen retailers. But the Netflix option looks the most appealing, since that's a service that millions of Australians already subscribe to.

To add the gift card credit to your account, just head to your Netflix account page and use the "Redeem gift card or promo" option.

Points Finder recommends converting flybuys points into Velocity Points, since you can usually get more value from them that way. 2,000 bonus flybuys points equates to 870 Velocity points for use on Virgin Australia.


If you're a Netflix subscriber, this is a no-brainer way to get some extra points, especially as there aren't any additional gift card charges.

As with most Coles deals, you can only score the bonus points once per flybuys household, so there's no point in buying multiple cards. Learn about how flybuys works and how to earn more points through it with our detailed Points Finder guide, and then use our roundup of what's new on Netflix and other streaming services to help plan your viewing.

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