Qantas Business Rewards offers 5,000 points when earning at new partners


Qantas Business Rewards are offering members the opportunity to earn 5,000 bonus points. All you need to do is earn 500 points at selected partners where you have not previously earned points.

In order to get the 5,000 bonus points, you will need to earn those 500 points by the end of September.

How it works

In order to earn the 5,000 points, you will need to meet the following criteria:

  • be a member of Qantas Business Rewards by 11:59pm (AEST) 15 September 2019
  • spend with selected Qantas Business Rewards program partner for the first time between  19 August 2019 and 19 October 2019
  • have a minimum of 500 Qantas Points credited to your Qantas Business Rewards account before 11:59pm (AEST) 31 December 2019.

You can earn the 500 points over multiple partners – they don’t all have to come from one partner. As long as you earn 500 points total across partners you have not previously earned with, you will be in line for the bonus.

Once the 500 points have landed in your account, it may then take up to 12 weeks for the bonus points to be applied.

Unfortunately, not all partners are participating in this offer. The excluded partners are Harvey Norman Commercial, Harvey Norman Flooring, Dell, Mentored, American Express Qantas Corporate Credit Cards, Eco Structures and Todae Solar.

Join for free

As part of the promotion, Qantas are waiving the usual $89.50 fee for signing up.

For small business owners, Qantas Business Rewards can offer handy ways to earn Qantas Points, and save on Qantas services, such as flights. You have some flexibility in where you can send points that are earned in the program. For example, you can send points to yourself, employees or family members.

For further information on this promotion, please refer to the campaign page.




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