Qantas Points bonus 40% transfer deal
Credit card transfers can earn extra points during June.
Qantas is offering up to 40% in bonus points for customers who transfer points from credit cards and charge cards during June.
Transfers made between 1 June and 30 June 2018 will receive the bonus. The higher the number of points you transfer, the bigger the bonus percentage. The table below shows the details:
|Qantas Points transferred||Bonus percentage|
|Up to 350,000||15%|
The bonus percentage is based on the number of Qantas Points you earn from the transfer. That will vary depending on your card and your own spending patterns. This deal doesn't apply to points transfers from Woolworths Rewards.
Qantas's page about the deal notes that it's only available to Qantas Frequent Flyer members who have received an email, so it's worth checking your inbox to see if you're amongst the customers targeted for the offer.
If you do qualify, then it may be worth holding off the transfer until later in the month, so that spending during June also counts towards your total.
To make the transfer, you'll either need to use your card provider's website or contact your provider's call centre. If you need help with that process, check out Points Finder's detailed guide to points transfers.
Qantas's deal comes a month after Virgin launched a similar deal for Velocity Points transfers, which also offered a top 40% bonus rate for large transfers. The Virgin offer was originally due to end on 31 May but Virgin has extended it to 10 June.
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THE POINTS FINDER TAKEThis is a generous bonus offer. Even if you're only transferring a small number of points, getting 15% extra on top helps boost your total.
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