There are three Qantas Business Rewards Levels that businesses can progress through depending how many Qantas Points they earn from flying in a membership year. Each Level determines the level of discount and Qantas Points earn rate your Qantas Business Rewards customers can enjoy when they fly.
When starting out, the business earns 20 Qantas Points for every 100 points their travellers earn on eligible flights for work, going to 30 Qantas Points when they earn over 15,000 points on Level 2, and 40 Qantas Points when they are earning 80,000 points or more on Level 3
Qantas Business Rewards members can access exclusive flight savings with Member Deals. Level 1 members save 6% off the base fare of selected flights, Level 2 members save up to 8% off the base fare of selected flights, and up to 3% off Red e-Deals, and Level 3 save up to 10% off the base fare of selected flights and up to 5% off Red e-Deals
Businesses will automatically progress through the Levels as they reach the relevant earn targets, unlocking more rewards, bigger savings, and greater value.
Eligible flights the business takes with a Qantas flight number (on 081 tickets) will earn points for the business, except for example:
• Group fares
• Classic award fares (G, X, Z, U, P)
• Child and infant fares
As an agent, you have the exclusive ability to help your approved business customers fast-track to a higher Level sooner meaning that won’t have to wait a year to progress. All businesses start at Level 1, you can offer them quicker access to bigger rewards and savings at Level 2 or 3.
You can use our Qantas Business Rewards online calculatorOpens in a new tab or window to estimate how many points the business could earn.
Disclaimer: ± Qantas Points earned on air travel are determined in accordance with the Airline Earn Table. A Member's ABN and traveller's Qantas Frequent Flyer membership number must be quoted at the time of booking to earn Qantas Points for both the business and the traveller. An eligible flight means a domestic or international flight which has a Qantas 'QF' flight number on the ticket that is purchased in Australia; has a ticket number commencing with '081'; and is booked and travelled for business on or after the date the business registers for Qantas Business Rewards. Exclusions apply. The number of points awarded varies according to the business’ flying Level. Subject to the Qantas Business Rewards Airline Reward Scheme Terms and Conditions, Qantas Points are earned for each segment travelled on Eligible Flights by a Qantas Business Rewards Flyer. A segment is a portion of the journey between two consecutive points listed on an itinerary. The number of Qantas Points earned in Qantas Business Rewards is calculated by applying the percentage Earn Rate to the number of Qantas Points earned by a Bronze Qantas Frequent Flyer member in each respective booking class (including cabin bonus and Minimum Points Guarantee if applicable and excluding any bonus Qantas Points which may be offered from time to time) as specified in the Qantas Frequent Flyer Categories in the Qantas Frequent Flyer Program, for the applicable travel date. A business must be a Qantas Business Rewards Member and registered for GST or be an Australian Public or Private entity or other incorporated company, and not be a travel agent or on a Corporate Deal with Qantas to earn Qantas Points for the business from flying.
Disclaimer: ~ Savings are available exclusively to Qantas Business Rewards Members on the base fare of selected fares only and do not apply to taxes, fees and carrier charges. Availability is limited. Member Deals are subject to the Qantas Business Rewards Terms and Conditions.
Disclaimer: ^ Discounted Qantas Club membership is available to Qantas Frequent Flyer members who are Qantas Business Rewards Flyers of the Qantas Business Rewards Member. Discount applicable is dependent on membership level. The discount applies to Qantas Club Individual membership rates and is managed under the Qantas Club Qantas Business Rewards scheme. Qantas Club membership is subject to the Qantas Club Terms and Conditions. Qantas Australian Domestic and International lounge network is subject to change due to changes in state and territory specific restrictions, or health and safety advice. Please remember to check our airport service changes page for the most up to date information on Domestic and International lounge openings and updates. Lounge access eligibility conditions apply. Temporary measures have been put in place across the Qantas lounge network including capacity restrictions, physical distancing requirements and changes to our food and beverage service offerings. Business, Gold Frequent Flyers and Qantas Club members can visit the First Lounge subject to capacity limits until the neighbouring Business lounges reopen. Business customers, Platinum One, Platinum and Gold Frequent Flyers and Qantas Club members can access to Air New Zealand lounges in Auckland, Wellington, Christchurch and Queenstown, subject to opening hours and capacity limits. Please be advised that lounges are subject to capacity limits at the time of your visit. If you're flying domestically on Qantas, QantasLink or Jetstar within Australia, and on Jetstar within New Zealand you may bring one guest to join you in a Qantas Club lounge. When visiting an international Qantas Club lounge, you are able to invite one guest each time you visit. Both you and your guest need to be travelling together further that day on the same flight.