Redeem your Qantas Points with the new interactive map
Booking flights with your Qantas Points just got easier.
Qantas is determined to spark the wanderlust of frequent flyers everywhere with the introduction of the new “Where Can I Go?” interactive map. Available from today, Qantas Frequent Flyers can use the map to search and explore the travel destinations that they can reach using Classic Flight Rewards, Points Plus Pay or cash.
You can also filter your search based on your budget, points balance, cabin preference, length of trip and travel dates. Previously, you either had to use the points calculator or trawl through the list of hundreds of points destinations on the Qantas website.
This makes it a lot easier to compare the different ways that you can redeem your hard-earned points for domestic and international trips. For example, if you have 70,000 Qantas Points, you can use your points to travel to 61 destinations from Sydney. Some of your options include a return trip to Perth in business class or to Shanghai in economy.
“The new ‘Where Can I Go?’ interactive map gives our customers access to information and inspiration when planning their next trip – whether it’s for business or a family holiday,” said a spokesperson from Qantas.
You can access the Where Can I Go map through the Qantas website (which you can use on your desktop, smartphone or tablet) and it will also be integrated into the Qantas App later this year. Please note that this is very different to the existing “Where Could I Go?” tool, which is essentially a list of locations you can travel to depending on where you’re departing from.
If you’ve ever tried to redeem your Qantas Points for flights, you probably know that comparing the different ways you can redeem your points hasn’t always been the easiest process. This is a big step up for the loyalty program and its frequent flyers.
Want some more inspiration for how you can redeem your Qantas Points? Check out our guide on the best ways to spend 100,000 Qantas Points for some more ideas.
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