Earn up to 34,500 Qantas Points by Subscribing to The Economist @ Economist.com

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Probably only likely to be picked up by people who get The Economist anyway, but if you do, this is a great way for some points.

Qantas Frequent Flyer members who sign up to The Economist before 11:59pm AEDT 31 December 2020 can earn Qantas Points as follows; Digital Subscription: 1 year earns 13,500 points (instead of the standard 9,000 points), 2 years earns 15,500 points, 3 years earns 20,500 points (instead of the standard 15,000 points). Print and Digital subscription: 1 year earns 19,500 points (instead of the standard 13,000), 2 years earns 21,500 points, 3 years earns 34,500 points (instead of the standard 25,000). Offer valid for first-time subscribers residing in Australia only, and cannot be used in conjunction with any other promotional offer or gift, or renewal subscriptions. Members must provide a valid Qantas Frequent Flyer number and surname to The Economist at the time of purchase. The subscriber may cancel the subscription within 15 days from the date of subscription and receive a full refund; subscriptions past this period are non-refundable. The Economist subscriptions are non-transferable and non-resalable. Cancelled subscriptions will not earn points. Qantas Points will be credited to the member's account up to 8 weeks after receipt of payment.

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Comments

  • Where's the price?

  • Sign up and cancel?

    • Cancelled subscriptions will not earn points.

      • What if you've already received and used them and then cancel?

        • The subscriber may cancel the subscription within 15 days from the date of subscription and receive a full refund; subscriptions past this period are non-refundable

          Qantas Points will be credited to the member's account up to 8 weeks after receipt of payment.

          You will have already paid the relevant subscription upfront, and I highly doubt the points will post within 15days
          Give it a go and report back;)

  • this one should be in the forum.. few more extra points to nowhere for now

  • 12 weeks A$55

    A$4.58 per week
    INTRODUCTORY OFFER
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    A$55 for your first 12 weeks
    Auto‑renewing at A$125 for every quarter (12 weeks) thereafter

    1 year A$475

    A$9.31 per week
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    1 year subscription (51 weeks) for only A$475
    Auto-renewing at A$475 for every 1 year thereafter

    2 year A$829

    A$8.13 per week
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    2 year subscription (102 weeks) for only A$829
    Pay A$8.13 per week

    3 year A$1,145

    A$7.48 per week
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    3 year subscription (153 weeks) for only A$1,145
    Pay A$7.48 per week

  • $1600 for 34.5k points hardly value pp let alone a deal
    $1145 for 20K points
    Long running standard deal off the qff site.

    Hold the mayo please…

  • Maybe it depends on council, but the Economist is free (both electronic and printed) in Brisbane city council libraries.

  • It may be just me, but I find their content both stuffy and boring. I'd rather read the Wall Street Journal or Business Week to The Economist.