Made some Ebay purchase last month and nothing! Also used Virgin Estore from the same computer and no problem. I need to make $600 of Ebay purchases but worried I won't get any points so may stick to Virgin.
17th. I am aware they take 30 days but no confirmation of purchase email was received like earlier transactions. I got a confirmation email from the Virgin estore for a purchase made the following day so am worried about spending via Qantas mall.When in November did you make the purchases? It does take 30 days or so for the points to post.
I'm having a problem (i think??)
I get to the following webpage.. But no matter how long i leave it the loading circle just keeps ticking in circles and i never get redirected. (Same problem for DJ's and Ebay) Should i try another computer to make sure i get the points? As I'm not entirely convinced i have been registered properly...
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Hi tomo.Are you supposed to get a confirmation on screen or by email about points earned? I received a email from DJ stating order number but not Qantas Mall?
Some points have just come through although I'm a little confused. The website is saying that you get 5 points per dollar spent (https://onlinemall.qantaspoints.com/info/81336/15657/apple-store/afsrc=1 ) and I believe there's also meant to be double points until Dec 31st too.
I spent $2049 but today I've just received 4655 points with the description stating "APPLE STORE ". How did they get that figure? It's closes to 2 points per dollar spent, but that's still not accurate.
Should I expect to get a few separate lumps of points?
Some more info in a parallel thread (mods may care to merge, as info currently discussed almost identical)
I bought a $2000 computer through them and got 10,000 points last year.I see a few people have had success with ebay purchases. Has anyone had success with earning points for, umm, very large purchases? I'm a little surprised that there is no limit on the number of QF points you can earn through ebay. Other than a small number of restrictions (real estate, charity items, business and industrial equipment and gold, gold, silver etc.) it seems to be fair game.
So if I was to buy a toaster for $1000, I'd get 2000 points, yeah?