Qantas Wine latest offering

I bought a case of these as a weekday pizza wine. Seemed to be a decent combo of wine and points. I haven't tried it yet (case was delivered yesterday - maybe pizza for dinner tonight!). Apparently, $26.99 at Dans.

Although, being on sale, it's just under the $300 spend for the new promo (that I missed out on). So just buy another case of points and wine!
I think I would have enjoyed the Alkoomi but in the end went for a mixed case with 12,000 bonus points for $318. Enough to meet the minimum spend requirement.

Edit: For those wondering about points, this earned 12,954 Qantas Points for $318 = 40.73 pts per dollar
 
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Seems like a fair deal but my apartment complex does not like it when residents order wine or anything of that nature.
Parcel Collect address. It's free. I use it for 100% of my deliveries.

 
Seems like your apartment is also anti-alcohol. Now the problem is how to set up a parcel collect address. is it free
No, not anti-alcohol.

I use Parcel Collect becuase it's more convenient and safer. The item goes directly to the post office. I collect it when I want. I don't have to sit waiting by the doorbell and hoping I'm home. I don't have to worry about the item being stolen if left unattended. Parcels are held at the post office for up to 14 days. And my local post office is also open on the weekend.
 
I think I would have enjoyed the Alkoomi but in the end went for a mixed case with 12,000 bonus points for $318. Enough to meet the minimum spend requirement.

Edit: For those wondering about points, this earned 12,954 Qantas Points for $318 = 40.73 pts per dollar
Thanks for the heads up on that deal. After a few recent bad experiences with Qantas Wines I wasn't going to stick my neck out, but that combo and price was too tempting. Plus, the $100 voucher. Now to hope this order doesn't go via Perth again (I live in Canberra).

The voucher deal is still there, in the rotating banners at the top of the page.
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EDIT: I forgot the 10% discount from the Point Club Plus - which takes it below $300 - I've had to add an extra to get it over $300.
 
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No, not anti-alcohol.

I use Parcel Collect becuase it's more convenient and safer. The item goes directly to the post office. I collect it when I want. I don't have to sit waiting by the doorbell and hoping I'm home. I don't have to worry about the item being stolen if left unattended. Parcels are held at the post office for up to 14 days. And my local post office is also open on the weekend.
I also use Parcel Collect.
Works for me.
 
And most importantly the apartment manager wont be wondering the thousands of possibilities that you will be doing with the wine. Throwing a party? Getting yourself drunk?
A wowser? "Wowser" is an Australian and New Zealand term that refers to a person who seeks to deprive others of behaviour deemed to be immoral or sinful.

Also, “one whose sense of morality drives them to deprive others of their sinful pleasures, especially liquor” 🍷🍾

Wikipedia: Wowser - Wikipedia
 
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I cannot find T&C's. What do you think about ordering another $300 worth, likely to trigger a 2nd voucher?
Found it! It is a one hit wonder;
Important information:

* Offer ends 24 April 2024 11:59pm (AEST). Qantas may withdraw or extend these offers at any time. A$100 Qantas Hotels and Holidays voucher will be eligible to members who spend $300 or more at Qantas Wine between 18 - 24 April 2024. The voucher is subject to a $200 minimum spend in cash and is redeemable on bookings made at qantas.com/hotels or qantas.com/holidays. Voucher expires on 31 August 2024. Limit of one voucher per member. Voucher is single use only and cannot be combined or used in conjunction with any other offer. Any unused balance of the voucher will be forfeited and is not redeemable for cash. Eligible participants will be sent their A$100 Qantas Hotels and Holidays voucher on 24 May 2024.
 
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Be aware, I did the spend THEN read the t&c...
"Eligible participants will be sent their A$100 Qantas Hotels and Holidays voucher on 24 May 2024"

Damn, too late for what I've planned .
 
Be aware, I did the spend THEN read the t&c...
"Eligible participants will be sent their A$100 Qantas Hotels and Holidays voucher on 24 May 2024"

Damn, too late for what I've planned .
This is why I posted the relative T&Cs. Sorry to hear you missed out, the T&Cs were not easy to locate. Which brings me to the next question.
The voucher expires 31 August. 2024. Is it possible to use the voucher then cancel and have the $100 returned as a credit?
 
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Agree the T&Cs were hard to find but also not very helpful. "Voucher expires on 31 August 2024." Does that mean you have to make your booking by 31 August or does the hotel stay have to occur by 31 August??

Receiving voucher 24 May will be too late for hotels I need to book for first week in June but would be ok if I can book by 31 August for a trip in November. I guess I 'need' to buy wine anyway so I'll see what happens. 🤷‍♀️
 

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