expired 6 Months Free with a 2 Year Qantas Club Individual Membership ($399 to Join Plus $735 (Usually $980) for The 2 Year Membership)

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Qantas Club sale on now! Enjoy 6 months free in a 2 year Qantas Club Individual Membership when you join between 21 and 24 January 2019. Simply pay the one-off new member join fee and we'll cover 6 months of your 2 year membership fee.*

With unlimited access to the largest network of any Australian airline^, you'll receive complimentary food and drinks, free Wi-Fi and dedicated check-in at the destinations that matter to you most.

Benefits worth having:
Unlimited access to the largest lounge network of any Australian airline^;
A complimentary guest visit each time you travel˜
Request On Departure Upgrades at the airport between 3 hours and 20 minutes before your scheduled flight using Qantas Points on Australian domestic flights†
Priority check-in
Additional checked baggage allowance‡ and dedicated service desks;
Earn 3 Qantas Points per $1 spent on Qantas Club memberships paid for using cash or a credit cardΩ
30% off Secure Parking when you book parking with Secure-a-Spot#
Discounts on Qantas Meeting Rooms in Australia.

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Comments

  • +4 votes

    Put the PRICE in the TITLE please.

  • +6 votes

    What niche group of people fly enough to justify spending this much for lounge access, but then also don't fly enough to even hit Silver status and get largely the same benefits? 🤔

    • +1 vote

      I mean lounge access is a benefit you don't get until Gold or something

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      Those who (are forced to) fly Jetstar.

      And some companies don't let you keep your points :-(

    • +2 votes

      Silver only gets you one single-visit lounge invitation.

      • +2 votes

        Well worth it for families. We travel a bit (mainly Jetstar) and I enter with my membership, my wife is my free guest and the three kids all get access for free too (subject to ts and cs).

        Absolute gold internationally, coming back from Tokyo last year and the typhoon had hit the day before and the whole plane had to check in manually- the queue was out the terminal door. We were able to use the business class priority check in and waited a total of 15 seconds before being served.

        On to the lounge and all five of us get a belly full of food, I get free all you can drink with great Jap whisky included and all five of us get a shower before getting on the plane. Get a corporate deal with my association so pay about $400 per year ongoing, can claim GST and cost as business expense if it is. I am silver QFF but that lounge entry doesn't allow for guests.

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          Dubai won't let the kids in for free unfortunately.

          • +1 vote

            @shutuptakemymoney101: Depends on how full the lounge is at the time in some places. They tried to not let us all in at Tokyo saying it was full. I said my wife and I will go in and they can have the kids for a few hours… Bit of a standoff and they capitulated eventually…

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      Employees of certain public and private companies…

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    $1134 individual

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    Joining fee: A$399
    2yr fee: $735 (usually $980)

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    Note that similar savings are available through professional associations.

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    Corporate access much better than this, if your employer or professional group provides it

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    There is also a AMEX lounge which I think is free if you paid for your tix using Amex?

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    If your Virgin Silver they have an offer of $299 a year which is pretty decent if you travel a bit.

  • +1 vote

    I can't see this deal as relevant to anyone.

    Corporate discounts if your company offers them will be the best bet. After that, anyone with an ABN can join Qantas Business Rewards for free and get 20% off joining fee and yearly fees, which is still slightly better than this deal.

    This deal: $399 + $735 = $1134
    Business Rewards = ($399 + $980) * 0.8 = $1,103.20

    I guess if you fly a lot and don't make QFF Gold, (perhaps a lot of Jetstar flights) and don't have an ABN. Or even know someone with an ABN?!?!

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      ………so it's relevant to anyone that doesn't have access to QBR or an ABN?

      Hitting gold status is difficult if you don't work for a pharma company that will fly you everywhere in business.

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        You're flying enough to justify $1.1K on lounge access. But not hitting Gold. Don't know anyone with an ABN? Or even someone with a family trust?

        That's a pretty tiny sliver of the population.

        The forums are full of people selling passes for <$50 ea. So that's 20 flights in 2 years to make this worthwhile.

    • +1 vote

      wow, quick maffs!

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    Just remember that there is no Qantas Club in the Sydney and Melbourne domestic terminals from where Domestic Jetstar flights operate from. Whilst you can access Qantas lounges when flying with Jetstar, you'd need to do a terminal change (and re-enter thru security) if you are wanting to access these domestic Qantas Clubs.

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      Also, complimentary passes aren't accepted at LAX.

    • +2 votes

      It’s a long hike in Melbourne too now with Jetstar operating right down the end where Tiger used to operate from the tin shed.

      It’s about a 2km walk.

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    I let my Qantas Pub membership lapse a few years ago when I stopped travelling for work on a frequent basis. I use Dragonpass now for leisure travel and have a choice of carriers.

    https://en.dragonpass.com.cn/