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Score extra Qantas Points from Netflix right now: Here’s how


Get up to 20,000 Qantas Points with this BIG W deal.

If you buy a $30 or more Netflix card from BIG W this week, you'll score bonus Everyday Rewards points.

Converting those to Qantas Points will get you more value (here's how and why you should do that).

Here's how many Everyday Rewards points and Qantas Points you'll get from each card type:

ValueEveryday Rewards pointsQantas Points
Variable20 x dollar value10 x dollar value

Just apply the gift card to your account after purchase – we've got a detailed guide on how to do that.

Once that credit runs out, Netflix will resume using your standard payment method. (With luck, another gift card offer will have shown up by then.)

The deal runs from 25–31 August 2022 and is only available in-store.

The maximum number of cards you can buy under the promotion is 10.

If you purchased 10 $200 cards, you'd score 20,000 Qantas Points.

That would cost you a hefty $2,000 and is enough to cover 7 years of the Netflix Premium plan at current rates of $22.99 a month.

I doubt many people will do that, but grabbing a couple of cards is an easy points-boosting strategy almost everyone can use.

Roy Morgan data shows that more than 14 million Australians use Netflix. Qantas Frequent Flyer has more than 13 million members.

We often see this kind of deal through BIG W's sister supermarket Woolworths – the most recent one of those was in May 2022.

However, this is the first time in a long while we've seen it as a BIG W offer.

Unlike most supermarket offers, it also applies to sub-$50 cards.

My standard points advice is always "don't buy something purely for the points".

But if you're already paying for Netflix anyway, this is a no-brainer.

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

Angus Kidman's Findings column looks at new developments and research that help you save money, make wise decisions and enjoy your life more.

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