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Saw it come in and haven't digested it yet. Now between that and Cellarmasters they have similar pricing per 1K bonus points:D

I'd hazard a guess the wine is slightly better from EpiQure
 

lovestotravel

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Another one of my family members just joined purchased the Tattinger and Shiraz for a very nice haul of points! They are a big fan of the wines on offer

6000+500+500+2000 = 9000 points for $500ish

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Use the WHEELSJOIN rather than the FREEJOIN code. I joined today using FREEJOIN and was about to check out with one of the $215 cases of Voyager Estate Sauvignon Blanc when I noticed it was only giving me 1 point per $. I joined under my wife's QFF account using WHEELSJOIN and the same case was earning 3 points per dollar. I went back to my account and used the WHEELSJOIN code and it then changed to 3 points per $ giving 648 base points instead of 215.

Does anybody know if this offer is still applicable?:


  • More points and no delivery charges . Earn three Qantas Points per dollar spent^ on wine and event ticket purchases made using a credit card, plus enjoy no delivery charges within Australia. Plus earn a bonus 2,000 points when you purchase your first 12 bottles of wine and a bonus 8,000 points when you purchase your first 48 bottles of wine within your first 12 months of membership*. The benefits dont end there Until 12 August 2013 Qantas epiQure members can earn four points per dollar spent~ at participating Qantas Frequent Flyer partner restaurants thats one more point per dollar spent than what you would earn as a Qantas Frequent Flyer alone.

https://www.qantasepiqure.com.au/registration/about

If it is, I should be getting 5648 points on this purchase - not too shabby.
 

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That was my thinking too. I wish epiQure would stock Pol Roger though. Infinitely better (read more to my liking)

Well I agree with you & Winston Churchill but my fave is Gosset that is a very nice drink, can't say I've seen much of it in Australia though
 
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I got an e-mail from Qantas pushing Epiqure today with the FREEJOIN code so used it... but did worry a bit that it didn't work properly when it only gave me 1pt per dollar at the checkout (it was an offer with 3000 bonus points for the case so I didn't worry at the time, but now I wonder if it worked properly... guess I'll find out in the next few days).

Use the WHEELSJOIN rather than the FREEJOIN code. I joined today using FREEJOIN and was about to check out with one of the $215 cases of Voyager Estate Sauvignon Blanc when I noticed it was only giving me 1 point per $. I joined under my wife's QFF account using WHEELSJOIN and the same case was earning 3 points per dollar. I went back to my account and used the WHEELSJOIN code and it then changed to 3 points per $ giving 648 base points instead of 215.

Does anybody know if this offer is still applicable?:


  • More points and no delivery charges . Earn three Qantas Points per dollar spent^ on wine and event ticket purchases made using a credit card, plus enjoy no delivery charges within Australia. Plus earn a bonus 2,000 points when you purchase your first 12 bottles of wine and a bonus 8,000 points when you purchase your first 48 bottles of wine within your first 12 months of membership*. The benefits dont end there Until 12 August 2013 Qantas epiQure members can earn four points per dollar spent~ at participating Qantas Frequent Flyer partner restaurants thats one more point per dollar spent than what you would earn as a Qantas Frequent Flyer alone.

https://www.qantasepiqure.com.au/registration/about

If it is, I should be getting 5648 points on this purchase - not too shabby.
 

will2rob

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I got an e-mail from Qantas pushing Epiqure today with the FREEJOIN code so used it... but did worry a bit that it didn't work properly when it only gave me 1pt per dollar at the checkout (it was an offer with 3000 bonus points for the case so I didn't worry at the time, but now I wonder if it worked properly... guess I'll find out in the next few days).

If I were you, I'd just ring up and cancel the current order (provided it hasn't shipped) and then re-do the order using WHEELJOIN. It should override the FREEJOIN code. It worked for me although I hadn't completed checkout before I redid the order with the WHEELJOIN code.
 

will2rob

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Use the WHEELSJOIN rather than the FREEJOIN code. I joined today using FREEJOIN and was about to check out with one of the $215 cases of Voyager Estate Sauvignon Blanc when I noticed it was only giving me 1 point per $. I joined under my wife's QFF account using WHEELSJOIN and the same case was earning 3 points per dollar. I went back to my account and used the WHEELSJOIN code and it then changed to 3 points per $ giving 648 base points instead of 215.

Does anybody know if this offer is still applicable?:


  • More points and no delivery charges . Earn three Qantas Points per dollar spent^ on wine and event ticket purchases made using a credit card, plus enjoy no delivery charges within Australia. Plus earn a bonus 2,000 points when you purchase your first 12 bottles of wine and a bonus 8,000 points when you purchase your first 48 bottles of wine within your first 12 months of membership*. The benefits dont end there Until 12 August 2013 Qantas epiQure members can earn four points per dollar spent~ at participating Qantas Frequent Flyer partner restaurants thats one more point per dollar spent than what you would earn as a Qantas Frequent Flyer alone.

https://www.qantasepiqure.com.au/registration/about

If it is, I should be getting 5648 points on this purchase - not too shabby.

Didn't have to wait long to find out the answer:

11 APR 14QANTAS EPIQURE - 10APR14---3,648-
11 APR 14QANTAS EPIQURE WINE - 11APR14---2,000-
 

blackcat20

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Taittinger at $300 for a 6 pack with the 3000 bonus isn't too shabby either :)

I caved. It's one of my favourites, plus I need a gift for a friend who will be minding my two dogs while I'm away. Convince my mum to take a bottle too. 3900 points from epiqure and another 300 from my credit card is a good score.
 

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I caved. It's one of my favourites, plus I need a gift for a friend who will be minding my two dogs while I'm away. Convince my mum to take a bottle too. 3900 points from epiqure and another 300 from my credit card is a good score.

Snap. Have ordered the same, but with 450 from my credit card :).
 

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I caved. It's one of my favourites, plus I need a gift for a friend who will be minding my two dogs while I'm away. Convinced my mum to take a bottle too. 3900 points from epiqure and another 300 from my credit card is a good score.

And has now convinced me to take one as well :mrgreen:
 
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