Qantas Sending Targeted Status Credit Offers

An example of a current Qantas bonus status credit offer received by email
An example of a current Qantas bonus status credit offer received by email

If you’re a Qantas Frequent Flyer member, you may wish to keep an eye on your email inbox! Over recent days, Qantas has been sending out several different types of bonus status credit offers to members.

Some AFF members have received offers of 50% bonus status credits on Qantas flights to the United States. Others have been offered 25% bonus status credits on Qantas flights to New Zealand.

One AFF member, Peso, also reported yesterday receiving a targeted double status credit offer via Qantas Business Rewards. But this particular offer appears to be unique to that member.

Numerous Qantas Frequent Flyer members have received the New Zealand and USA offers. We don’t know why some members received the offers and others didn’t. But if you didn’t receive an offer, it would be a good idea to ensure you’ve opted in to receiving promotional offers from Qantas Frequent Flyer.

To use one of these offers, you’ll need to register using the link in the email received from Qantas. For the New Zealand offer, you’ll need to book by 30 March 2019 and travel during April, May or June this year. Only flights that are operated and marketed by Qantas are eligible to earn bonus status credits. So, codeshare flights (such as the Sydney-Christchurch service operated by Emirates or Sydney-Auckland with LATAM Airlines) don’t count.

There are similar criteria for the offer of 50% bonus status credits to the United States. But as offers may be personalised, be sure to check the terms & conditions in the email from Qantas.

Qantas Frequent Flyer ran a public double status credits offer which applied to all Qantas flights last month. It’s believed that Qantas may also occasionally send targeted bonus status credit offers to customers based on their browsing history on the Qantas website.

Did you receive a bonus Qantas status credit offer this week? Join the discussion on the Australian Frequent Flyer forum: Fly to New Zealand and earn 25% more Status Credits (targeted?)

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