Kayo Sports teams up with Qantas Frequent Flyer

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Qantas Frequent Flyer and Kayo Sports have teamed up to give new subscribers the chance to earn  Qantas Points.

Kicking off on 31 May, the partnership offers new subscribers to the sports streaming service points for signing up.  There are also points on offer on a monthly basis for those that maintain their subscription.

When you sign up you could earn 1,000 or 1,500 Qantas Points. In addition, you will earn 100 or 150 Qantas Points on a monthly basis.

To be eligible for the points you will need to be a new subscriber to the service. In addition, the points are not available to you, if you have held a Kayo subscription in the past 12 months

Kayo Sports Packages

You have a choice of two Kayo Sports subscription packages to choose from.  The basic subscription at $25 per month, and a premium package at $35 per month.

The number of Qantas Points that you can earn will depend on the package you sign up for.

Basic Plan

The Basic Plan has a month charge of $25. Under this plan, you are offered 1,000 Qantas Points for signing up. Ongoing, you are offered 100 points per month while you are subscribed to the service.

Premium Plan

The Basic Plan has a month charge of $35. Under this plan, you are offered 1,500 Qantas Points for signing up. Ongoing, you are offered 150 points per month while you are subscribed to the service.

There’s not a lot between the two subscription plans. Basically, the Basic Plan allows you to stream to two screens, while the Premium Plan lets you stream to three screens.

What is Kayo Sports?

Kayo Sports is a sports streaming service run by Foxtel. You could think of it being to sport what Netflix is to movies and TV shows.

The marketing suggests that it is a one stop shop for sport enthusiasts. It offers over 50 sports, including AFL, NRL, rugby league, A-League, tennis, and Formula 1.

And it’s not just live feeds. You subscription includes replays, commentary, documentaries and more. Among its display features, you will find

  • ‘split-screen’ allowing you to watch multiple matches at the same time,
  • ‘key moments’ allowing you to find the best parts of a match and
  • ‘no spoilers’ which blocks scores from appearing on screen.

For further information, head over to the QantasPoints page for Kayo Sports.

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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.