Qantas flights to London will earn you triple points

Posted: 28 June 2016 9:53 am


50,000 extra points on return economy airfares.

Qantas Airways is offering customers the ability to earn triple points on flights from Sydney or Melbourne to London.

For a limited time frequent flyer members will be rewarded with 50,000 extra points on new bookings made between 28 June and 4 July 2016.

Qantas frequent flyers would normally earn 24,800 frequent flyer points on return flights between Sydney or Melbourne and London. But with the bonus the total jumps to 74,400 points.

Eligible flights include economy fares aboard Qantas flights between Sydney and Dubai and Dubai and London Heathrow, and fares between Melbourne and Dubai and Dubai and London Heathrow.

The bonus point fares are valid for travel between 4 October and 22 November 2016 or 24 January and 28 March 2017.

Bonus points are based on the applicable base rate and don't include any status points that may apply to tier members.

Bonus points can't be earned on Classic Flight Rewards or any non-Qantas operated flights that carry a QF flight code and each passenger on a single booking must register to qualify for the bonus.

It's quite easy to earn frequent flyer points in your everyday life. We've compiled a guide outlining 22 ways to score points faster.

Now is an opportune time for Aussies considering travel to Britain. Following the UK's decision to leave the EU, the pound has taken a hammering, adding value for overseas holidaymakers.

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