The One Simple Switch To Earn Qantas Points On The Ground

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Earn up to 15,000 bonus Qantas Points when you sign up to Red Energy and pay your energy bills.  

Charge up your Qantas Points balance

If home has become the office, the schoolroom is now Google Classroom and your Netflix account is getting a workout, be rewarded for it. By switching over to Red Energy, an Australian owned and operated gas and electricity provider, you can easily earn tonnes of Qantas Points.

If you’re not a Frequent Flyer now, you can still earn points. Start by switching to Red Energy and the Frequent Flyer joining fee ($99.50) will be waived.

New residential customers can earn up to 15,000 bonus points when they sign up to a Qantas Red plan, plus you’ll keep earning 2 points for every $1 you spend when you pay your bills on time. Most importantly, it’s easy to switch online and takes just minutes. Then, sit back and work out what you’re going to do with all your new points.

Where to use your Qantas Points

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When it is time to fly again, your 15,000 bonus Qantas Points could take you to many places around Australia. Or you could indulge with a stay at one of more than 200,000 hotels worldwide.

But there are a number of other ways to use your points – and save cash – even if you’re not travelling.

If it’s time to top up your cellar, you can put your points towards wine, beer and spirits from Qantas Wine, along with artisan produce from Australia’s leading wine regions - think Barossa Valley cheese, Margaret River nougat and Olsson’s sea salt flakes.

Or head to the Qantas Rewards Store. For the tech-head, there’s Bose noise-cancelling headphones, laptop computers, phones and tablets as well as smart home gadgets.

Film buffs will love the smart TVs and home cinema set-ups, while for kids, tweens and teens there are swing sets, fun games that sneak in some education, and a range of gaming consoles.  

How to hold onto your Qantas Points

To keep your current points active, you simply need to earn or use a single point over an 18-month period. Switching to Red Energy is one way – plus, you’ll score up to 15,000 bonus points to put towards your dream trip.

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SEE ALSO: Is Flying the Only Way to Earn and Use Qantas Points?


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