Fancy becoming a points millionaire? Uber and Qantas Frequent Flyer could make that dream come true. That’s thanks to a generous promotion serving up 20 prizes of one million Qantas Points this April. All up, that’s a cool 20 million Qantas Points on the table.

Simply link your Qantas Frequent Flyer and Uber accounts to be in with a shot for the daily draw. And what’s more, every eligible airport trip* with Uber gets you a bonus entry. Who doesn’t like increasing those odds?

Our vision is to create a seamless and stress-free end-to-end travel journey for Qantas Frequent Flyer (QFF) members, and we believe this next iteration of our long-standing partnership with Qantas Frequent Flyer will achieve that.

Given how often Qantas Frequent Flyers are riding with Uber to and from airports, it is a great way for members to boost their points balances – and for simply linking your Qantas Frequent Flyer and Uber account this month – you could become a Points millionaire overnight!

– Dom Taylor, Managing Director Uber ANZ, April 2024
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What could you do with one million Qantas Points?

A cool seven figures of Qantas Points can really get you travelling. But what could you do with such a bounty of Qantas Points if you become a points millionaire through this Uber promotion? Here are just some of the many ways you could spend those points on Classic Flight Rewards:

  • Book two round-the-world trips in First Class. That’s 455,000 Qantas Points per ticket – 910,000 Qantas Points (plus taxes, fees and carrier charges) in total. Plus, you’ll have enough points left over for a one-way Business Class ticket from Australia to Asia.
  • Take three return Business Class jaunts from the east coast to London with Qantas. At 289,200 Qantas Points per round trip, that’s 867,000 Qantas Points (plus taxes, fees and carrier charges) for a trio of trips to Blighty. And with a million points to spend, you’re very close to having enough for another one-way flight to the UK.
  • Enjoy 12 return Business Class trips between Perth and the East Coast. At 83,000 Qantas Points (plus taxes, fees and carrier charges) return, your bounty would comfortably unlock those 12 trips – with 4,000 Qantas Points to spare.
  • Take 125 one-way short domestic flights in Economy. This is true of flights measuring 600 miles or less in length. For instance, Sydney to Brisbane, Melbourne to Sydney, Canberra to Brisbane and Hobart to Melbourne.
Two round-the-world First Class trips with Qantas and partners? That’s a possibility with a million Qantas Points.

Figures listed here are based on Qantas Classic Flight Rewards and are subject to reward seat availability, which can be limited. Taxes, fees and charges are also payable when redeeming for flights and vary between routes.

Earning Qantas Points with Uber

Are you taking your first-ever trip with Uber? There’s something else in store for you as well. You’ll fetch a bonus of 1,000 Qantas Points on that first ride. You just need to link your Qantas and Uber accounts before taking that journey.

Beyond prizes and sign-up incentives, all Qantas Frequent Flyer members can also take home Qantas Points on eligible rides*. On journeys to and from eligible airports*, members can earn:

  • One Qantas Point per $1 spent on eligible Uber Reserve airport rides.
  • One Qantas Point per $2 spent on all other eligible airport rides.
  • When using Uber For Business, one Qantas Point per $1 spent on Business Comfort, Business Electric and Premier journeys.

Uber is a convenient and seamless airport pick up option. That’s especially true in Melbourne, where the Uber pickup is right outside the terminal. Cars are ready and waiting: you simply order a ride through the Uber app. Then, at the airport, show your six digit pin code to the next available driver, and you’re off!

Your Uber ride will be billed to your preferred credit card. This presents yet another way to earn Qantas Points. In fact, it’s something of a double dip. You could earn points directly from Uber into your Qantas account from eligible rides*. And when you pay for that ride using points-earning plastic, you can earn Qantas Points again.

Of course, if you took an Uber to the airport, you could take another on your arrival – and earn more points again. Whether you’re flying for business or leisure, those rewards can really start to add up.

Also read: The Ultimate Guide to earning Qantas Points with Uber

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Win one million Qantas Points with Uber was last modified: April 25th, 2024 by Point Hacks