UPDATE 27 July 2021 | The offer has been extended to 31 July 2021. Christmas might just have come early for your Qantas Points balance, thanks to a merry triple points deal on your next post-lockdown adventure with Qantas. In fact, you’re encouraged to plan ahead for the upcoming festive season with Qantas also extending its ‘Fly Flexible’ policy to cover unlimited fee-free changes until 28 February 2022.
It’s a really challenging time for many Australians as we navigate these latest outbreaks, but we know planning holidays and family reunions brings a lot of excitement and gives people something to look forward to. With the vaccine rollout ramping up and flexibility on all of our fares, there’s no better time to book your next trip.
This is one of our biggest-ever offers and we hope it will inspire travellers to start planning their next holiday to reconnect with loved ones around Australia and across the Tasman.– Stephanie Tully, Qantas Chief Customer Officer, 22 July 2021
Qantas touts itself as ‘the only airline in Australia operating 787s and A330s domestically. Business Class guests enjoy lie-flat beds while everyone else can still relish the extra space and entertainment on those flights.
Deal: Triple Qantas Points on flights, hotels and more
|Expiry: Register and book by 11:59pm AEST, 31 July 2021|
To kick things off, you need to register through this link to enjoy triple Qantas Points on flights – that’s a minimum of 2,400 points per flight! Eligible travel dates range from 28 July 2021 to 30 June 2022, so you can plan your Christmas getaway or even lock something in for next year’s winter trip.
Until 31 July 2021, earn 9 Qantas Points per A$1 spent on hotels and resorts in Australia and New Zealand through Qantas Hotels. Say you book a room for five nights at A$200 a night – enjoy 9,000 Qantas Points back after your stay, instead of the standard 3,000 points – enough for a short Qantas Economy Classic Reward flight.
Avis joins in on the fun too. Instead of the usual 4 points per dollar, nab an incredible 12 Qantas Points per A$1 spent on Avis vehicles within Australia. A $1,000 weekly rental just became so much more rewarding when you’re showered with 12,000 points afterwards. That’s enough to fly Brisbane-Cairns on a reward seat (+ taxes).
Finally, let Qantas Holidays do all the work and sort out your Qantas flights and hotel stay in one go. You will also earn 9 Qantas Points per A$1 spent on a flight + hotel package, instead of the usual 3 points per dollar.
Summing up: other ways to boost your balance
Qantas’ latest triple points offers is one of the biggest frequent flyer bonus points deals we’ve seen in recent times. If you’ve been on the fence with booking, now could be the time to take the plunge.
It’s especially a no-brainer with Qantas Hotels and Avis car hire, both of which have flexible booking options so you can secure a triple-points deal now, but still have the ability to cancel later on.
There are a number of other ways to earn bonus Qantas Points, including by signing up to a Qantas Points-earning credit card, buying wine through Qantas Wine, swiping your Woolworths Rewards card and booking accommodation through Airbnb. And here are some of the best ways to use them.