Qantas epiQure changes name to Qantas Wine
Celebrate the switch with a deal offering 15,000 Qantas Points.
Qantas has rebranded its epiQure wine store, with the site now going under the more obvious name of Qantas Wine.
"Qantas epiQure is now, simply and proudly, Qantas Wine", an email sent to existing customers notes. "The best things in life are simple. And now, so is our name: Qantas Wine".
While the name and logo have changed, the site address remains qantasepiqure.com.au for now.
Whatever the branding, buying wine through the site remains one of the most cost-effective ways to top up your Qantas Points. Underscoring that, there's currently an offer of six bottles of Voyager Estate Cabernet Sauvignon Merlot 2012 with 15,000 bonus points for $360. Based on past experience, that will sell out quickly, so dive in if you're tempted. If you had to buy 15,000 Qantas Points directly, that would cost $460 – more than the wine itself.
Buying wine through Qantas is often cheaper than paying to purchase points directly, with the added bonus that there are no restrictions on how often you do it and you get the wine as well as the points. Check out our round-up of June's current wine offers.
Qantas has recently adjusted branding on a number of its projects. Qantas Cash has switched to Qantas Travel Money, while its health insurance offering has changed from Qantas Assure to Qantas Insurance.
THE POINTS FINDER TAKEWhatever the branding, Qantas Wine is a useful way to top up your points total (and score some excellent wine in the process).
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