Earn up to 32,000 Qantas Points with a subscription to The Economist


Right now you can earn up to 32,000 Qantas Points when taking out a subscription to the Economist. This is up from the usual maximum 25,000 Qantas Points that is on offer.

The Economist comes in either a print or digital subscription, and it is possible to subscribe for either one or three years. You will receive a set number of points depending on the subscription offer you choose to take.

If you take out a subscription by 30 June 2019, you will earn points as follows:

  • Print & Digital Subscription:
    • 1 year earns 20,000 points (instead of the standard 13,000 points),
    • 3 years earns 32,000 points (instead of the standard 25,000 points).
  • Print Subscription:
    • 1 year earns 17,000 points (instead of the standard 11,000 points),
    • 3 years earns 27,000 points (instead of the standard 20,000 points).
  • Digital Subscription:
    • 1 year earns 14,000 points (instead of the standard 9,000 points),
    • 3 years earns 25,000 points (instead of the standard 15,000 points).

The offer is valid for first-time subscribers residing in Australia only. It cannot be used in conjunction with any other promotional offer or gift, or renewal subscriptions. While you can cancel the subscription within 15 days, you will not earn Qantas Points if you do so.

For further information on the promotion, head over to The Economist page on the Qantas Points website.

The Economist

The Economist is a weekly magazine-format newspaper produced in London. While it does write about Economic subjects, it also offers insights and opinions on international news, politics, business, finance, science and technology.

It has been constantly published since 1843.

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