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Receive bonus Qantas Points on hotel bookings today

Posted: 29 February 2016 1:43 pm News

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Book your accommodation through Qantas Hotels and earn a bonus 12 Qantas Points per dollar spent for today only.

To celebrate the leap year and end of summer, Qantas is surprising frequent flyers with a way to extend the holiday season. Qantas Hotels is offering an exclusive one-day promotion that will let frequent flyers earn a bonus 12 points per dollar spent on bookings with Qantas’ hotel partners.

Given the usual earn rate is 3 Qantas Points per dollar spent, this is a great way to earn four times as many points on your next hotel stay.

The offer is only open until 11.59pm 29 February 2016, though, so you’ll need to get in quick!

How can I earn bonus Qantas Points on hotel stays?

If you book through the Qantas Hotels website, you can choose to earn quadruple points with approximately 100,000 accommodation options, including 13,000 Frequent Flyer partner hotels, around the world.

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Just make sure to login to your Qantas Frequent Flyer account or quote your Qantas Frequent Flyer membership number at the time of booking to ensure you can collect the points.

The offer is only available until midnight tonight and is subject to availability, so what are you frequent flyers waiting for? Start booking!

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