Qantas Insurance offering up to 200,000 points
But you have to get in before 30 June.
Reminder: if you're looking to boost your Qantas Points total, there are some tempting offers for bonus points with Qantas Life Insurance and Qantas Income Protection Insurance right now. You can score up to 200,000 bonus Qantas Points as a new customer, which is twice as high as the regular deal offered with these policies.
How can you score 200,000 Qantas Points?
The number of points you'll earn depends on what you pay each month for cover. To earn any points, the policy (life or income protection) must cost at least $25 a month. To earn the maximum 200,000 points, you'll need to be paying at least $300 a month. (How much your policy costs will vary depending on inclusions, your age and occupation, and other factors.)
As with any points deal, it's important to understand all the conditions. Points will be credited in eight equal monthly portions, beginning after you've held the policy for 60 continuous days. If you don't pay your premium, the points offer will lapse. Also, bear in mind you can't take up the bonus points offer if you're a current Qantas Assure Life Protect policyholder, or if you've held such a policy in the last 12 months.
THE POINTS FINDER TAKEAs points deals go, this is quite impressive. You could easily spend 200,000 points on a flight worth more than $2,700 – so the points themselves could potentially offset the cost of the policy. For instance, two return premium economy Sydney to Hong Kong fares require 180,000 points (plus taxes and charges). The regular price for those two return fares is around $2,800 and higher during peak seasons.
Qantas Insurance is only offering the bonus points for customers who sign up before 30 June 2018. To learn more about the different packages and decide whether they suit your needs, check out finder's Qantas Life Insurance review and Qantas Income Protection Insurance review.
Qantas Insurance changed its name from Qantas Assure earlier this month, at the same time that Qantas epiQure switched to being branded as Qantas Wine.
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