Update (29 January 2020) | For a limited time, you can earn 1,000 easy Qantas points just for signing up to TerryWhite Chemmart REWARDS! You would need to join by 2 February 2020 and link your Qantas Frequent Flyer account. No spend is required to earn these bonus points. This is in addition to the 1,000 bonus Qantas points you can earn by spending at least $30 at TerryWhite Chemmart within 90 days of joining. You can sign up via the Qantas Shopping website.
Original article (21 August 2019) | Qantas Frequent Flyer last month launched a points-earning partnership with TerryWhite Chemmart. To celebrate, you can currently earn 1,000 bonus Qantas points for spending $30 at any TerryWhite Chemmart pharmacy in Australia.
The bonus points are in addition to the usual 2 Qantas points per dollar earned on any purchase from participating stores.
To earn Qantas points with TerryWhite Chemmart, you’ll first need to join the TerryWhite Chemmart REWARDS loyalty program and link your Qantas Frequent Flyer account. Then, quote your Chemmart REWARDS membership number at the checkout when shopping at any TerryWhite chemist to earn points.
If you spend at least $30 in one transaction within 90 days of joining, you’ll also receive the 1,000 bonus Qantas Frequent Flyer points. If you opt-in to earning Qantas points, this bonus will be in lieu of the 300 TerryWhite Chemmart REWARDS points that you would normally earn on your first $30 purchase. 300 points with this program are worth $3, which are redeemable towards further purchases with the pharmacy.
The points could take up to 45 days to credit to your Qantas Frequent Flyer account. Points are not earned for purchases of baby formula, NDSS, DAAs, prescriptions, identified scheduled medicines or gift cards.
This promotion seems like an easy way to earn 1,000 Qantas points as many of us will need to spend $30 at a pharmacy anyway. Just beware of the excluded products that don’t earn any points.
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