Qantas Aquire offers inactive members 10,000 bonus points

Sally McMullen 17 February 2016


Has it been a while since you used your Qantas Aquire account? Kickstart your balance again with 10,000 bonus Aquire Points

Qantas is showering members of its business Qantas Aquire program with bonus perks this month. As well as the opportunity to double your points when you book flights before the end of February, Qantas has announced another way Aquire members can increase their points total.

Aquire members who hadn’t used their accounts in a while received a nice surprise in their email inbox today. Qantas Aquire emailed inactive members explaining that when they spend and earn 100 points with any of the 10 listed partners, they can earn a bonus 10,000 Aquire points.

The partners you can earn with include:

  • Qantas
  • Qantas Freight
  • Avis
  • Budget
  • Westpac
  • Harvey Norman
  • Staples
  • Digital Pacific
  • Storage King
  • Deloitte

How much you’ll have to spend to earn 100 points will vary according to the partner exchange rate. You can expect the bonus points to appear in your account around 12 weeks after payment. The promotion doesn't currently have an end date, but keep an eye on the Qantas website for this.

While this promotion has initially been sent out to inactive Aquire members, there’s nothing in the terms and conditions that excludes other Aquire members from taking advantage of the bonus points offer as well. So whether you regularly dip into your Aquire account or you haven’t thought about it in months, there’s nothing stopping you from enjoying an extra 10,000 points.

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