Online sports store onsport.com.au has boosted its Qantas Points earn rate fivefold for the rest of the month. With COVID-19 forcing people to stay home more, this is a great opportunity to stock up on home workout equipment like resistance bands and exercise balls.



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Earn 10 Qantas Points per $ spent at onsport.com.au was last modified: March 28th, 2020 by Matt Moffitt

Current onsport.com.au bonus Qantas Points offer

Instead of the regular 2 points you’ll earn 10 Qantas Points per $ spent on all purchases at onsport.com.au (except gift cards) until 31 March. That includes things like activewear, sports equipment, and AFL & NRL merchandise.

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Plus, the site is currently running an up to 40% flash sale on selected items. For example, you can get 15% off a Fitbit Versa 2, available for $280. You’ll pick up 2,800 Qantas Points, worth ~$53, which is equivalent to a ~20% return on your purchase.

Shipping is free on orders of $50 or more and is a flat rate of $9 for anything less than that.

How to earn Qantas Points at onsport.com.au

  1. Sign up for a free onsport account or log in to your account
  2. Link your Qantas Frequent Flyer number to your onsport account
  3. Shop and earn Qantas Points on your purchases (regular rate is 2 Qantas Points per $ spent)
  4. Wait up to 45 days for the points to land in your Qantas account

onsport.com.au bonus Qantas Points offer history

  • March 2020: 10 points per $ spent

Summing up

Here in Australia, we are known for our love of sports. The ability to earn frequent flyer points on purchases of activewear and sporting equipment is a welcome one.

Look out for bonus Qantas Points offers to maximise the value of your purchases at onsport.com.au.

Supplementary images courtesy onsport.com.au and Qantas Frequent Flyer.

Earn 10 Qantas Points per $ spent at onsport.com.au was last modified: March 28th, 2020 by Matt Moffitt