Bonus Points or Status Credits via Qantas Business Rewards

Qantas Business Rewards double status credits offer June 2021
Example of a targeted Qantas Business Rewards offer from June 2021.

Eligible Qantas Business Rewards members can earn double status credits or 1,000 bonus Qantas points for every Qantas flight booked during the next 3 months, and flown by the end of this year, thanks to a new promotion.

The targeted offers were emailed to many Qantas Business Rewards members last Thursday. Some members received the double status credits offer, while others received the bonus points offer.

To take advantage of your offer, you would need to click on the registration link in your personalised email sent by [email protected]

Qantas Business Rewards bonus points offer June 2021
Some members received an offer of 1,000 bonus Qantas points per flight, instead of double status credits.

With this offer, the traveller would receive the bonus points or status credits when flying for the business whose Qantas Business Rewards account has registered for the offer. In other words, if your business’s ABN is linked to the traveller’s booking, the traveller will receive the bonus. This is in addition to any regular points and/or status credits normally earned by both the business and the traveller.

To take advantage of this offer, you would need to register for the offer by 24 June 2021. The bonus points or status credits would be earned on any Qantas marketed flight booked between 10 June to 10 September 2021, and flown by 31 December 2021. To be eligible, the flight would need to be booked on Qantas ticket stock (i.e. the ticket number must begin with “081”.

Here are some of the other offer terms & conditions to be aware of:

The bonus Qantas Points may take up to 6 weeks after travel has been completed on each Eligible Flight to be credited to your business’ account. A business that has a Corporate Airfares or rebate agreement with Qantas; or is a travel agent, travel wholesaler, travel consolidator or other seller or re-seller of air travel, is not eligible for this offer. This offer cannot be used in conjunction with any other bonus offer by Qantas. Only one bonus Qantas Points offer can be used per individual qualifying segment of your itinerary. If you qualify for multiple offers, the offer first registered for will be applied to each individual qualifying segment. Flight gift vouchers purchased during the promotion but not redeemed for an eligible flight booking during the promotion period will not earn bonus Qantas Points.

Qantas has run several Double Status Credits promotions in recent months, including an offer for trans-Tasman flights which was open to all Qantas Frequent Flyer members, and a domestic & trans-Tasman offer exclusive for Points Club members last month. There was also a Double Status Credits promo covering domestic flights in March 2021. But most Qantas Double Status Credits offers only cover a short booking window; a booking window of 3 months is unusual for this kind of offer.

Did your Qantas Business Rewards account receive an offer? Join the discussion on the Australian Frequent Flyer forum: Qantas Business Rewards Double Status Credits (? Targeted)

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