Win your share of 30 million Qantas Points
Walk your way to bonus points and one of 30 Qantas flight vouchers.
Qantas Frequent Flyer is celebrating its 30th birthday by giving members the chance to collect a share of 30 million Qantas Points. Plus, you could also win one of 30 Qantas flight vouchers.
So, how can you get a piece of the points? You need to use the Qantas Assure App to track your steps and beat the national average of 7,400 steps taken every day. Each time you reach the 8,000 step goal, you’ll collect 30 Qantas Points and an entry into the draw for one of 30 $1,000 Qantas flight vouchers.
So, as long as you reach at least 8,000 steps each day, you’ll collect the bonus points and receive another entry to win flight vouchers. There’s a maximum points collection of 30 Qantas Points per day, so you won’t earn 60 points if you walk 16,000 steps in one day.
Qantas is also offering quick ways to pick up bonus points and entries throughout the month. Whether it’s from buying your morning coffee or locating “instant scan & win” pop-up stations in Sydney and Melbourne, check out the Qantas website for more ways to pick up points this month.
You can also visit the Qantas website to compare the average steps among participants today, including a breakdown of how frequent flyers are performing by state and territory.
If you don’t already have the Qantas Assure App, you can download it for free and earn 150 Qantas Points via the App Store or Google Play.
The competition runs for the entire month and closes at 11:59pm on 31 October 2017. So tie up those running shoes to boost your balance and get a chance to win free flights this spring.
Since launching in 2016, Qantas Frequent Flyers have been able to use the Qantas Assure app to track their physical activity and collect points on everything from walking, swimming, dancing and even cleaning the house. Want to know more ways you can earn points? Check out our guide to every way you can collect Qantas Points for more tips.
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