Go further with Qantas Business Rewards


By: Qantas Business Rewards 

Save money and travel further by using Qantas Points, earned through your everyday business expenses, to book your next Qantas flight.

As a Qantas Business Rewards member, your Qantas Points can be transferred to any Qantas Frequent Flyer account and points can be used to book flights around the globe. This allows you to save money on flights, reward staff and clients and even treat family and friends. With flexibility to book a Classic Flight Reward with Qantas or choose a Points Plus Pay – Flight which can be booked on qantas.com using a combination of points and cash.

See how far our members go

One of the most successful charities in the world, the Fred Hollows Foundation, has grown significantly since it first opened its doors and now has more than 350 staff in 25 countries. The organisation’s Director of Public Affairs, Nick Martin, says that, as a Qantas Business Rewards member, the Foundation is able to use points they’ve earned from flying and with other partners to book more flights, saving the charity money in the process.

“Gabi Hollows, founding director and wife of Fred Hollows, maintains an exhausting schedule travelling around the world and across Australia as she supports The Foundation’s extensive activities. With Qantas Points earned from these flights, Gabi [can] travel further,” says Martin.

“For example, Gabi recently travelled to Hobart to present the Fred Hollows Humanity Award. Together with Premier Will Hogdman, Gabi awarded 29 primary school students for the positive contribution they are making in the community.

“With the Qantas Points Gabi and our business earned from these flights, Gabi travelled to a further four states awarding another 160 students their Fred Hollows Humanity Awards.”

SHAPE, specialists in fitouts and refurbishments, rely on points to keep their company connected and save on business travel: “We use our points to bring our people from all around the country together. It’s so much more powerful than video conferencing,” says Gerard McMahon, Group Executive Operations. “The company is earning Qantas Points and the individuals who are flying around the country are also earning Qantas Points into their own personal accounts. So it’s win-win.”

The owners of Sydney-based digital creative agency Knack Studios make the most of transferring Qantas Points from the company’s Qantas Business Rewards account to family member accounts, allowing them to book Qantas flights as well.

“It’s great that we can transfer points to staff and even family members if we need to,” says Knack Co-Creative Director and Co-Founder Rob Norman.

“If I want to fly my partner out to a client site where I’m working overseas, that’s no problem. Having that ability is a real plus for everyone in the company.”

Booking is easy

The process for using Qantas Points accumulated through your Qantas Business Rewards account to book flights is simple.

The Qantas Flights Points Calculator helps you work out how far you can travel with the points you have. For example, an economy flight one way from Sydney to Melbourne requires 8,000 Qantas Points; an economy flight one way from Sydney to Bangkok requires 28,000 points; and an economy flight one way from Sydney to Los Angeles requires 45,000 points. A business class flight from Sydney to Los Angeles one way will require 96,000 points. Taxes, fees and carrier charges also apply.

You can book your Classic Flight Rewards online. Flights can be booked from 353 days in advance to up to 24 hours before a scheduled departure; if you’re booking on qantas.com, you can book up to two hours before departure for domestic flights or up to four hours before departure for international flights.

As a Qantas Business Rewards member, you can earn Qantas Points on flights and over 40 essential business expenses – including finance, stationery, fuel and insurance. Learn more.

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A business must be a Qantas Business Rewards Member to earn Qantas Points for the business. A one-off join fee of $89.50 applies. Fees are inclusive of any applicable GST and may be varied by Qantas from time to time, without notice, in its absolute discretion. Qantas Points are offered under the applicable partner’s terms and conditions and earning thresholds may apply. Membership of Qantas Business Rewards and the earning of Qantas Points as a business are subject to the Qantas Business Rewards Terms and Conditions.

Qantas Points for business are offered under the Qantas’ Terms and Conditions and earning thresholds apply. Qantas Points earned from air travel are determined in accordance with the airline earn table. A Member’s ABN and traveller’s Qantas Frequent Flyer membership number must be quoted at the time of booking to earn Qantas Points for both the business and the traveller. An eligible flight means a domestic or international flight which has a Qantas ‘QF’ flight number on the ticket that is purchased in Australia; is operated by Qantas, Emirates or American Airlines; has a ticket number commencing with ‘081’; and is booked and travelled for business on or after the date the business registers for Qantas Business Rewards. Exclusions apply.

You must be a Qantas Frequent Flyer member to earn Qantas Points. A joining fee may apply. Membership and Qantas Points are subject to the Qantas Frequent Flyer program Terms and Conditions. Qantas Points and Status Credits (where applicable) are earned on eligible flightswith a Qantas or applicable oneworld® Alliance Airline or Airline Partner flight number on your ticket. Qantas Points and Status Credits may not be earned on some fare types and booking classes. See terms and conditions and the Airline Earning Tables for details on the conditions for the applicable airline.

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