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Register for an Extra 20,000 Bonus Qantas Points (First-Time Cardholders) @ QFF Credit Card

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Register for an extra 20,000 bonus Qantas Points

First-time cardholders earn an extra 20,000 bonus points - on top of existing offers of up to 130,000 Qantas Points. Register by 3 May 2020 and choose the card that best suits your needs.*

Boost your points balance now, so that you’re ready to take off when the time is right. We’re welcoming all first-time cardholders with an extra 20,000 bonus Qantas Points.^ That’s on top of our existing offers of up to 130,000 bonus Qantas Points when you meet the minimum spend criteria*.

If you have not held a Qantas Points earning credit card in the last 12 months then join now and you could earn even more points.

Simply register by 3 May 2020 for your bonus points, choose the card that best suits you and receive points into your Frequent Flyer account before 31 July.

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  • +3 votes

    Smart move. Trying to swoop in to collect all the people fleeing the sinking ship that is Virgin.

    • -1 vote

      Virgin isn't going anywhere, every government in the world is financially assisting the airlines, because airline competition is a must have for a healthy business world and tourism industry. They support about 650,000 tourism jobs in Australia, directly and indirectly. Having one airline in the country will severely damage the speed of recovery and confidence of travellers. No other airline will set up anytime soon in the current climate because just about every airline is on the brink of collapse without government help. Qantas can survive for 11 months without assistance and it's highly likely heavy travel restrictions of some sort will be around for longer than that. So they'll also be asking for help down the path no doubt. They certainly have in the past and this is predicted to be much worse than the GFC.

  • +2 votes

    People just need a job and I wonder if those QF points will be worth what they are in the near future or we should be burning our stash now on wish ecards at the crappy redemption rate. Conundrum.

  • +22 votes

    If Virgin collapses you can be sure Qantas will devalue those QFF points in an instant.

    • +2 votes

      Assuming the velocity program collapses with virgin.

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      Yeah, right now frequent flyer points are the last thing I'm interested in. Non of us will be flying for a very long time and who knows what these points will be worth by the time airlines begin flying again. Number of points means jack long term.

  • +3 votes

    Any good offers to stack this with?

    Although… Hrmmm… as per T&C - "Members must not have earned Qantas Points on a Qantas Points earning card into their Qantas Frequent Flyer account within the past 12 months from offer registration to be eligible."

    I take it this means even if you apply for a different card, so long as you had one that earnt qantas points in the last 12 months, no bonus?

  • -1 vote

    1 point per $1 spent only up to $5000. Need a bit more than 5000

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    Does anyone know any good offers with bonus points on signup and no annual fee for the first year? I did the ANZ card, then switched to the St George Card and just left them after they tried to sting me for a $275 annual fee.

    Thanks :)

    • -1 vote

      The best deals at the moment if you want to minimise the annual fee are the ANZ Frequent Flyer Platinum - with a first year fee of $100 if you spend $2k in the first 3 months and 50000 points. Or the St George Premier Everyday with a first year fee of $29 and 25000 points. Or course you won't get the bonus 20,000 points on top of this as you're already a QFF credit cardholder.

  • +8 votes

    already have a card, but I registered anyway, maybe they will stuff up and credit me the points anyway.

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    These will be almost no use when the airlines declares bankruptcy. Even if they don’t, I’d wager that they can’t afford not to dilute the value of these miles if they want to stay alive.

    • +1 vote

      Qantas will be fine. Agreed on the risk of devaluation though.

        • +2 votes

          So they are leases, so break the lease. There are often force majeure clauses on these lease agreements for such things as epidemics. Name a company that isn't getting a government bailout at the moment.

        • +1 vote

          The reality is the government won't let the national carrier go under no matter how bad it gets. yes the points could devalue somewhat though.

  • +1 vote

    Stackable with the ANZ Point Hacks deal from last month if I havn't created and linked a QFF account to my credit card yet?

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    Haven't had a Qantas card or any credit card here before as i'm a new permanent resident. What's the best card to stack this with?

    • +1 vote

      depends entirely on how much you spend, where you spend, how much you travel etc etc. finder.com.au has a good summary of most of the cards available.

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    QBR have the same promo here

  • -2 votes

    Never got my 20000 points from last year's deal.

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    Got my 20,000 points today

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    Is it okay that I applied and received my card first and only now clicked the register link? I haven’t made a purchase yet. I just didn’t realise I needed to click the rego link and receive an email.

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