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How to get the $50 Qantas promo code


Every Qantas Frequent Flyer member is eligible, so what's the catch?

Qantas is offering a $50 credit to all members of Qantas Frequent Flyer.

The credit is, in effect, a belated apology for the shocker year Qantas has experienced, with daily reports of delayed and cancelled flights and missing luggage.

"2 years on the ground was tough on everyone, and we know the return to flying hasn't all gone smoothly," Qantas CEO Alan Joyce said in a video announcing the credit.

"Over the past few months, too many of you have had flights delayed flights, cancelled or bags misplaced. There are good reasons why, but when it comes to what you expect from Qantas, it's not good enough."

The $50 credit is available to any Australian or New Zealand member of Qantas Frequent Flyer.

You claim the promo code through the Qantas app, so you need to have that installed and be logged in.

The offer should show on your app home screen. Just click the Accept button and it will be shown on screen, and also emailed to the address you have registered with Qantas.

The $50 promo code can be redeemed in the Qantas app on iPhone or Android.

The $50 promo code can be redeemed in the Qantas app on iPhone or Android. Image: Supplied

As usual, the first thing I ask is: What's the catch?

There are 5 main restrictions to be aware of:

  • You can only use it for return flights.
  • Only Qantas-operated flights are eligible (so no Jetstar).
  • You have to book the flight by 30 November 2022.
  • You have to take the flight by 30 June 2023
  • You have to book through the Qantas site, the Qantas app or by calling Qantas – you can't use a travel agent or an aggregator site.

I took 4 flights with Qantas last week (more on that soon), and luckily for me none of them was delayed.

But I'll still take the $50, because every little bit helps.

Want to keep your frequent flyer points balance growing? Check out the latest credit card sign-up deals.

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