20,000 Qantas Points (Plus Six Great Bottles of Wine) for $399

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Earn 20,000 bonus Qantas points with a $399 case of wine.

If you like wine and Qantas points, Qantas Wine has some excellent offers for you as part of its “Bonus Points Bonanza” sale.

Until 11 February 2021 (or sold out), you can earn 20,000 bonus Qantas points on a variety of wine cases starting from just $399. That’s in addition to the 1 Qantas point per dollar you can earn on all Qantas Wine purchases, which increases to 3 points per dollar for Qantas Wine Premium members. Plus, if you’re a Qantas Business Rewards member, you’ll earn an extra 2 points per dollar on Qantas Wine purchases (5 Qantas points per dollar in total).

If you need some extra Qantas Frequent Flyer points, the current Qantas Wine bonus points offers are cheaper than simply buying Qantas top-up points. Qantas Frequent Flyer normally charges $645 to buy 20,000 Qantas points. Even with the current sale on top-up points, you would still have to pay $567.60 for 20,000 points at a 12% discount.

Even with the current limited-time sale, it costs $567.60 to buy 20,000 points from Qantas.

Instead of paying that, simply take advantage of the Qantas Wine Bonus Points Bonanza. You’ll not only save money, but also get a case of great wines!

20,000 Qantas points is more than enough for a return Economy reward flight or a one-way Business Class flight on any route under 600 miles (e.g. Sydney-Melbourne or Brisbane-Canberra).

Qantas Wine bonus point offers can also be helpful if you’re trying to achieve Qantas Points Club membership. All points earned via Qantas Wine will count towards Points Club, which comes with benefits including the ability to earn status credits on Qantas Classic Flight Rewards.

If you’re a Qantas Wine Premium member (this is free for Points Club and Qantas Business Rewards members) or spend over $300, you’ll also get free delivery with Qantas Wine.

The best current Qantas Wine bonus point offers

The best offer is currently a case of six bottles of Heirloom Anevo Grenache Touriga Tempranillo 2019 for $399. This case comes with 20,000 bonus Qantas points, which means you’re getting more than 50 Qantas points per dollar (or paying less than 2 cents per Qantas point).

Get 20,000 bonus Qantas points with a $399 case of wine
Get 20,000 bonus Qantas points with a $399 case of wine.

There are also a range of cases available from $408 which come with 20,000 bonus Qantas points per case.

Offers available on the Qantas Wine website.

If you don’t want to spend as much, or only need a smaller amount of Qantas points, there are also a couple of cases costing $210 which come with 10,000 Qantas points.

Offers available on the Qantas Wine website.

While these are the best offers in terms of Qantas points, there are many other cases available which also come with generous amounts of bonus points. The Qantas Wine website has all the deals.

You can discuss the latest Qantas Wine deals on the Australian Frequent Flyer forum: Qantas Wine latest offering

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Matt Graham
The editor of Australian Frequent Flyer, Matt's passion for travel has taken him to over 60 countries… with the help of frequent flyer points, of course!
Matt's favourite destinations (so far) are Germany, Brazil, New Zealand & Kazakhstan. His interests include economics, aviation & foreign languages, and he has a soft spot for good food and red wine.

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