Qantas has made some improvements to its Points Club program, and to celebrate, it’s offering double status credits exclusively to Points Club and Points Club Plus members for the next three days!
All Qantas Points Club members will automatically earn double status credits on Qantas-operated flights within Australia and New Zealand booked between 18-20 May 2021. This offer covers travel dates from 22 May until 30 September 2021.
It’s not necessary to register for this promotion, but you would need to be a Points Club or Points Club member. When booking, simply enter your Qantas Frequent Flyer number on the ticket to receive double status credits.
If you’re not sure whether you’re in Qantas Points Club, you can check by logging into your Qantas Frequent Flyer account. You would need to have earned at least 150,000 Qantas points in your current of previous Qantas Frequent Flyer membership year to automatically become a member. Eligible members should have also received an email from Qantas.
Points Club and Points Club Plus members will earn double status credits on eligible Qantas-operated and marketed flights within the booking window where status credits are normally earned. If you’re in Points Club, this includes Classic Flight Reward bookings. (You can check how many status credits you’ll normally earn for a Qantas Classic Flight Reward booking on the Qantas website.)
This offer can be used to book as many flights as you like, but is only valid on Qantas domestic and trans-Tasman flights.
It seems like a simple enough offer… but in true Qantas style, the terms & conditions are 450 words long! Here are the full Qantas terms and conditions:
To take advantage of this offer, you’ll need to book by 11.59pm (AEST) on Thursday.
Qantas Frequent Flyer’s previous double status credits offer, which ran last week, was open to everyone. But that offer only covered trans-Tasman flights to/from New Zealand.
The current offer is the first such Qantas promotion that is exclusive to Points Club members. Qantas has said it will release more of these kinds of offers for Points Club members in the future.
But if you’re not in Points Club, don’t worry! As travel restrictions ease, we’ll no doubt see more double status credit offers in the future which are available to all members.
Join the discussion on the Australian Frequent Flyer forum: Double Status Credits for Points Club/Plus Members