Transfer credit card rewards and score up to 30% bonus Qantas Points

Sally McMullen 1 March 2017 NEWS

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Move your credit reward points to your Qantas account to boost your balance with up to 30% bonus points.

If you hold a credit or charge card that allows you to transfer your bank’s reward points to Qantas Points, there’s no better time to get those points movin'. This month, if you transfer your reward points to your frequent flyer account, you’ll receive up to 30% more points, on top of what you're already moving across.

There are minimum numbers of points you can transfer, and the number of bonus points you can collect depends on the number of points you move across. See a breakdown of the process below.

Bonus points Points transfer amount
30% more Qantas Points 1,000,000 Qantas Points and over
25% more Qantas Points 350,000 to 999,999 Qantas Points
15% more Qantas Points Up to 349,999 Qantas Points

You can make multiple transfers and the more reward points you transfer, the bigger your bonus bounty.

While there aren’t many indirect rewards credit cards that allow you to transfer points to a Qantas Frequent Flyer account, you can take advantage with cards such as the American Express Platinum Charge card, Westpac Altitude Business Gold credit card or Altitude Business Platinum card.

Plus, the act of transferring your points is relatively easy. Simply visit the points transfer page of your card provider’s website or phone the number on the back of your card and transfer points between 1-31 March 2017. Make sure you’ve linked your credit card rewards and frequent flyer account to make the transfer.

This isn't the first time Qantas has hosted a bonus points transfer offer, but it's only available for a limited time. These promotions are usually targeted at credit card holders who've previously transferred their reward points to Qantas Points. Whether or not you reach the 15% or 30% bonus offer, this is an easy win for points chasers who want to give their Qantas Points balance a leg up this month.

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