Save 25% Qantas Points on Economy flight rewards this week
You can get more value for your points with Qantas, Jetstar and Emirates until this Friday.
If you have Qantas Points to spend, you can travel further for less with this rewards flight sale. For the next five days, you can spend 25% fewer Qantas Points when you book eligible Economy Classic Flight Rewards on Qantas, Jetstar and Emirates-operated flights. Just make sure that the flights have a "QF", "JQ" or "EK" flight number.
You can take advantage of the sale for eligible flights booked by 11:59pm 28 September 2018 for travel between 14 October 2018 and 29 August 2019.
So, let’s say you want to book an economy one-way flight from Sydney to LA. While this would usually cost you 45,000 Qantas Points, you could book this same trip for 33,750 points this week!
THE POINTS FINDER TAKE
While you can often get better points value if you book flights rewards in business class or above, this 25% discount is a good reason to fork out your points for an economy flight.
To book your flights using points, log in to your Qantas Frequent Flyer account and select "Use points - Classic Flight Rewards" to search for your flights. As long as you book an eligible flight, the 25% discount will automatically apply to your flight.
The 25% discount doesn’t apply to taxes, fees and carrier charges, so you’ll need to factor this into your overall flight costs. As always, Classic Flight Rewards are subject to availability, so you may need to be a little flexible.
Emirates Skywards is also running a similar offer this week. If you pay with your Skywards Miles by 28 September 2018, you'll save 25% off Economy Saver Classic Rewards seats with Emirates or Qantas. Eligible flights include international Emirates or Qantas flights departing from Australia as well as domestic Qantas flights for travel between 14 October 2018 and 29 August 2019.
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