This was posted 6 years 4 months 30 days ago, and might be an out-dated deal.

Complimentary Qantas Frequent Flyer Membership (Save $82.50)

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Noticed this at the bottom of the new Qantas Cash site - http://www.qantascash.com - yet another way to get a free QFF membership.

If you're Australian resident 16 years of age or older you can receive complimentary Qantas Frequent Flyer membership, saving you $82.50. Simply complete the following online application form and you will receive your Qantas Frequent Flyer membership number instantly, so you can start earning Qantas Points straight away.
Your new Qantas Card will be sent to you in the post (please allow 14 days for delivery). Once it arrives you can apply to activate the Qantas CashTM facility to start earning Qantas Points on eligible transaction.

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  • +1 vote

    There always seems to be a way to get free membership, some of the codes in this post probably still work as well.

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    They're giving QFF memberships away because people are dropping out of the program in droves. The smart ones have realised that QFF is a monumental con and people using points for flights are being ripped off, big time, for 'taxes and surcharges' after they've already paid for the flight in points.. LOL……

    • -2 votes

      Dropping out and going where? All Frequent Flyer programmes are similar! Qantas Frequent Flyer is still way better than Velocity.

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      You do realise that the points are "free" right, at least for the actual frequent flyers. A return flight to the East Coast of US will get you enough points for a domestic flight. If you are with a FF program, you get the flight. If you are not, then you don't get the flight.

      As a Ozbagainer, you should have known not to collect points just for the sake of collecting points. Collect points only when right opportunity arises, i.e when you fly, or when you just happens to spend more than 30bucks at Woolies.

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      I take 100-150 flights a year for work.
      Frequent flyer points get me 3 or 4 overseas holidays per year to China/Japan/Korea/Taiwan etc.
      Classic awards have high taxes and levies, but you can also use any seat awards, and use points to pay taxes too, so then the flights are free.
      You also earn status credits and points on any seat awards, and often the points earned offset the extra points spent.

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        That's average of 2-3 days per flight. Are you in aviation industry by any chance?

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          could be 2 flights on same day - 2 flights to reach destination or return :)

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          Yes, true. Like fly to north/south pole 10 times a year :-)

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          I live in adelaide but never really work there

          often sydney or melbourne or both each week

          lately karratha, port hedland, which goes via perth from adelaide

          Anyone thats FIFO will do 100 flights a year

          I go home every weekend.

  • +1 vote

    I paid $300 less on my return ticket to Thailand and they still give me points. U just need to be smarter

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    This doesnt seem to work anymore. Anyone else get it working?

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    Qantas Frequent Flyer membership is free and always has been when you join Everyday Rewards (which is also free). Even if you don't shop at Woolies and don't want the free fuel vouchers, you can still sign up, get your free Qantas FF membership, cancel your Everday Rewards and keep your Qantas FF membership. You also have the option to swap your fuel vouchers for additional Qantas FF points as well. I get a free return trip from Brisbane to Sydney every year just on the points from my weekly shop and still get the fuel discounts.