Qantas Cash Gives 3 FF Points for One Dollar Spent

22nd May 2015

Australian airline Qantas has come up with a very appealing offer for its Qantas Cash members. The carrier offers three frequent flyer points for every Australian dollar they spend with the company.

Thanks to this, Qantas Cash members will be able to significantly increase their frequent flyer points.

Here's how the deal works.

The customer will have to land a minimum of A$1,000 in foreign currency in a single transaction by June 30 this year. This will net him or her a bonus of 2,000 Qantas Points. If they get to A$2,500 the passenger will receive 5,000 Qantas Points. Finally, for those who land A$5,000, Qantas has a 10,000 Qantas Points Bonus.

That's not all though. Qantas also lets you load up the money before 30 June, use the funds after that date, and still net the three points per one Australian dollar bonus. This is thanks to the fact that most of the points are awarded not when the customer spends the cash, but when he or she tops their card.

Head of Qantas Cash Ryan De Boer said:

"Pre-paid travel cards really are handy when heading overseas because you don't have to carry cash, but can access cash at ATMs around the globe. Plus, you can lock-in exchange rates before you travel so it gives more certainty to your holiday budgeting, and with Qantas Cash, there are no load, inactivity or monthly fees."

Bonus points will only be awarded for foreign currencies. Those paying in Australia dollars will still be getting 0.5 Qantas Points per each dollar they spend.

Qantas Cash can be accessed via the back of the Frequent Flyer membership card for members who are older than 18 years, while members between 16 and 17 years old can also request a Qantas Cash card in person.