Qantas is the biggest airline in Australia, flying to destinations across its native country and far beyond.
For regular customers, the Qantas Frequent Flyer program offers a number of impressive rewards. You’ll earn free flights, upgrades and more just for taking regular trips with Qantas or its partners in the OneWorld Alliance.
But you don’t have to redeem your miles — you call sell Qantas miles instead.
How? The Miles Market is here to show you how.
The Qantas Frequent Flyer program features multiple tiers, with increasingly-attractive benefits tied to each. To progress, you’ll have to earn a certain number of Status Credits by spending money on flights with Qantas or its Oneworld Alliance partners.
All members start at the basic Bronze level, but if you can earn 300 Status Credits you’ll graduate to the Silver tier. This unlocks a 50% points bonus, preferred seating, priority check-in and more.
Gold demands 700 Status Credits, Platinum requires 1,400 Status Credits and Platinum One needs 3,600 Status Credits. Additional benefits that come with advancing include upgrades on domestic flights, access to certain First Class lounges, waived booking charges and more.
Oneworld Alliance airlines include British Airways, American Airlines, Finnair, Japan Airlines, Malaysia Airlines and many others. But Qantas is partnered with airlines outside the alliance, such as Aer Lingus, Alaska Airlines, Emirates, Fiji Airways, Jetstar and Jet Airways.
Want to boost your earnings further? Think about registering for the Capital One Venture Rewards Credit Card. This has the power to increase your balance massively, with 50,000 bonus miles available when you spend $3,000 within your account’s first three months. That’s not easy to do, but you stand to gain a huge number of bonus points if you can pull it off.
Qantas has received some criticism for its expiry dates on frequent flyer points. If they stay in your account without any sign of activity for 18 months, they’ll be wiped — leaving you with nothing.
With this in mind, you may question how long you actually want to hold onto your Qantas Frequent Flyer points for. It’s easy to forget about the rewards in your account over time, and you could end up missing out if you don’t take advantage of them before the 18 months is over.
That’s why choosing to sell Qantas miles instead is a smart, easy way to benefit from your loyalty to the airline.
At The Miles Market, we make it simple to sell Qantas miles for real money and let others use them instead.
Just submit your details using our contact form and we’ll provide you with a highly competitive quote. With this money, you can treat yourself to your own reward and buy whatever you want.
Want to know more? Just ask!