Earn Qantas Points on SolarGain products and services


Over the last few years, Solar Power has become a popular source of power for many households. And for good reason. Firstly, it is a clean source of power, that can harvest energy from the sun. Perhaps, even more importantly for some, is that it can lower your energy bills.

So what could make purchasing Solar Products even more enticing? Qantas Points, of course. The good news is that Qantas and Solar Gain have teamed up to offer Qantas Points on Solar Gain products and services.

SolarGain offer

Qantas and SolarGain are offering Qantas Points across a range of products and services. Overall, depending on your choice of Products and Services, you could earn up to 15,000 Qantas Points. This would require you to take up a Solar PV System, Energy Storage System, and Hot Water System.

How many Qantas Points you could earn with SolarGain

Solargain supplies Qantas Points
Solar PV Systems 5,000
Solar Hot Water Systems 5,000
Battery or Energy Storage Systems 5,000
Solar PV System Upgrades 2,000
Solar PV Systems, Battery/Energy Storage Systems or Solar Hot Water Systems (sold through Retail Partners) 1,000
Solar PV or Solar Hot Water System Service and Maintenance 500

Getting The Points

In order to get the Qantas Points, there is a process to follow, but it is fairly simple.

Firstly, get a quote from SolarGain on. Following this, you can supply your Qantas Frequent Flyer number, which they will keep with your quote.

Once you have had the system installed, the points will be transferred to your Qantas Frequent Flyer account. This part could be a little slow, as the are quoting up to 60 days for this to occur.

For further information refer to the Qantas Points Solar Gain Page.

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About Author

Mark is the founder of FlyStayPoints, and caught the travel bug early in life. He discovered the benefits of travel loyalty programs in 2001, and is always learning how they can make travel better. While work takes him between Perth and Melbourne, he is always plotting his next adventure.