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500 Qantas Points + 3 Points Per $1 Spent (up to 500 Points) @ PayPal

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URL for this deal goes to landing page @ PayPal for more details - will throw up an error If you don't click the unique link in your email from 'Qantas Frequent Flyer' if targeted for this deal

Let your everyday spend bring you closer to your dream trip with up to 1,000 bonus Qantas Points* with PayPal.

Register now to join PayPal and receive 500 Qantas Points. Then pay using PayPal for a further 3 Qantas Points on every $1 spent (up to 500 points)*. Whether shopping your favourite brands, paying bills or doing your weekly online shop, using PayPal is a safe and simple way to pay online.

Register for this exclusive offer by 31 March 2020, and spend before 30 April 2020.

T&Cs;

Register to join PayPal. You must be an existing PayPal member and register via the registration page before 31 March 2020 to earn 500 bonus Qantas Points. Only once registered will you be able to earn 3 Qantas Points per $1 when you spend with PayPal on online transactions (excluding P2P money sending or guest transactions), up to a maximum of 500 Qantas Points (or $167 spend) before 30 April 2020. This offer is only available to the recipient of the email from Qantas and cannot be shared, or redeemed by anyone else. This offer is limited to one QFF member and one PayPal account only; the same PayPal account cannot be used for this offer more than once. Qantas Points will be credited to your Qantas Frequent Flyer account 8-10 weeks after the promotion ends. Qantas may withdraw, change or extend this offer at any time. Except for any liability that cannot be excluded by law, Qantas and PayPal (including its officers, employees, agents and related bodies corporate) exclude all liability for losses or damages, whether direct, indirect, special or consequential, arising in any way out of this offer, or your participation in this offer.

PayPal is not responsible for your participation in the QFF Program, which is solely governed by the terms of the QFF Program. The PayPal service is provided by PayPal Australia Pty Limited (ABN 93 111 195 389) which holds an Australian Financial Services Licence number 304962. Any information provided is general advice only and does not take into account your objectives, financial situation or needs. Please consider the Combined Financial Services Guide and Product Disclosure Statement available at www.paypal.com.au before acquiring or using the service.

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Comments

  • +3 votes

    SORRY, THIS PAGE CANNOT BE ACCESSED. RETURN TO PAYPAL.

    Must be targetted

    • +1 vote

      It says that in the description and title.

      • +1 vote

        I saw this deal 1 min after it was posted. Targeted wasn't there previously. Was added after by OP.

          • +8 votes

            @WoodYouLikeSomeCash: There was no blue banner TARGETED due to the formatting of the title and was not in the description.

            This was corrected by mod to be shown in all 3 revisions including the first one.

            But yes, you are correct that it did say [ Targeted ] but due to formatting there was no banner. Can we move on now please, I didn't downvote your comments for the record, here's a +1 for both your comments

            • +1 vote

              @eyzonme:

              This was corrected by mod to be shown in all 3 revisions including the first one.

              That’s not how revisions / versioning works…

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                @sqeeksqeek: See OPs comment below this comment .

                The blue banner was added to the unedited (first) version and all edited versions after mods made changes.

                It was definitely not displayed originally in the first (unedited) post, even though history appears to show it was always there (as confirmed now by OP and me originally).

            • +2 votes

              @eyzonme: [TARGETED] was in the original title, I then reported it to the mods to mark as targeted (as it seems lowly plebs can't mark it as such with the blue banner).

              I then edited it a minute later to add it to the description in case it wasn't obvious from the title.

              At least it's all fixed up now.

              • -1 vote

                @BeauGiles: Thanks for confirming the blue banner was not shown in first version and was only added after by mods which now displays it even in first version prior to the edits.

                Anyway all sorted we can all move on now I hope 👌 wish I was targeted for this deal

  • +2 votes

    "Register to join PayPal. You must be an existing PayPal member…" what??? Is this for new or existing PayPal members?

    • +1 vote

      Stupidly worded, but can confirm you need to have a PayPal account - whether you create one from the targeted promo, or log in with an existing account.

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    What are good things to use PayPal to pay for? Eg something like Coles/Woolies gift vouchers?

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    The URL is fake. Good luck to those who pressed the yellow button

    • +1 vote

      Lol so they took over the official PP domain website ?
      I'd suggest you clean out your system .

  • +1 vote

    Doesn't seem like anything special - Maximum of only 1,000 points the be gained. Better than nothing, but I wouldn't go out of my way.

  • -1 vote

    People still use PayPal, wouldn't put my money with them if a hurricane was coming.

    • +1 vote

      Yeah? So how do you pay for stuff online securely and with buyer protection?

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        Bank card, prepaid card, EFTPOS, credit card.

        PayPal last time I checked is for mostly eBay or tiny businesses, but nothing beats a bank card.

        Escrow.

      • +1 vote

        PayPal is great. You do not need to enter your details over and over and you have a record of your spend. I use it to pay all my bills. The only thing that concerns me is that they classify a lot of my payments as "government services" even when it is not eg. simply energy. It happens when I use Post Billpay. Many credit cards give either reduced no reward points for government services spending.

        • +1 vote

          That's why I always add discounted prepaid cards to PayPal and use them to pay any bills that may not get credit card points.

          Cards include: Only 1, Everywhere, Vanilla Visa card, Coles MasterCard. I know you like them, too.

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            @Neoika: Yes, they are great.

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              @Yola: I have looked into this further to make sure that the way I pay my bills maximises the reward points I earn, in this case Qantas FF. Although the conditions for the American Express Westpac Altitude Black Card state that the earn is only
              "0.5 points per $1 spent at government bodies in Australia such as Australia Post & the Australian Taxation Office". I have found that I can see points I have earned on each spend online. All the payments I have made through Post Billpay including to local Government, Yarra Valley and Simply Energy have earned 1.25 points. So I am happy to keep paying all my bills through PayPal. The other benefit is that some bodies that do not allow payment by AMEX will do so if you can go through PayPal.

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    Nothing beats western union, if you're trapped in another country forward the money via Western Union and have to pick it up in person at a agent, or via bank card for what ever reason, and that's half of it.

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