Bei Qantas Frequent Flyer gibt es 50% der Statuspunkte …
Qantas hat schon im März den Status um ein Jahr verlängert: SUPER: Qantas verlängert Status um ein Jahr
Für Australien zeichnen sich in nächster Zukunft bis auf Neuseeland nicht wirklich internationale Verbindungen ab. In dieser Situation will Qantas trotzdem das Geschäft ankurbeln. Was wir jetzt sehen, sind Gutschriften von Statusmeilen bzw. Nächten bei den Hotelprogrammen. Marriott hat 50% der Statusnächte vom letzten Jahr gutgeschrieben. Damit kann man dann in 2020 einen höheren Status erreichen.
Die Infos von Qantas Frequent Flyer:
“Extra Status Credits: To help our most frequent flyers maintain their benefits throughout travel restrictions, eligible Silver, Gold, Platinum and Platinum One members will automatically receive 50 per cent of the Status Credits they need annually to keep their tier. Members most impacted, such as those whose membership year started at the peak of travel restrictions, will also be eligible for additional monthly Status Credits support. Loyalty Bonus’[i] for members will now also count towards reaching or retaining Platinum One until 31 December 2021.
Better value on accommodation: The number of points required for Points Plus Pay Qantas Hotels bookings will decrease by 20 per cent effective immediately[ii]. For a limited time only members will also receive 5,000 points back when they book a minimum of 3 nights and on selected Qantas Luxury offers earn up to 125 bonus Status Credits when they book before Monday 31 August 2020.
Greater flexibility: To enable members to plan their holidays with more confidence, bookings made using points on Qantas Group flights will have any change or cancellation fees waived until 31 October 2020[iii].
More Points Planes: Qantas Frequent Flyer will launch more Points Planes – exclusive flights for frequent flyer redemptions – to meet the pent-up travel demand of members and boost Australian tourism. Timings and destinations of the flights will be released over the coming months.
Improved digital experience: Qantas Frequent Flyers will soon have a new way to plan their holidays with points. ‘Dream Planner’, launching on 28 July 2020, uses real time data and notifications to keep members informed on reward seat availability and special offers to their preferred destinations.
Intention to travel for Frequent Flyers remains high at 90 per cent.
Majority of Qantas Points in the program are earned on the ground, this hasn’t changed.
Qantas Frequent Flyers typically save points over a long period of time for a big dream trip – travel still remains the number one preference to redeem points.
Qantas’ latest nationwide sale shows that Sydney-Brisbane, Melbourne-Sydney, Perth-Broome, Sydney-Cairns, Brisbane-Cairns as the most popular routes.
Other recent program updates:
Launched additional earn partners including BP and Afterpay.
Increased Wellbeing incentives to keep members active.
Giving members the opportunity to earn bonus Status Credits on the ground through partners like BP and Woolworths.
Implemented a 12 month status extension for eligible members.
[i] For every 500 Status Credits earned by a member they receive a Loyalty Bonus of either 50 Status Credits or 8,000 Qantas Points.
[ii] The 20% discount only applies to the points component of Points Plus Pay booked before 11:59 AEST Thursday 31 December 2020 and excludes Classic Hotel Rewards.
[iii] Fees will be automatically waived on changes or cancellations to any Classic Flight Reward booking, until 31 October 2020. To be eligible for the fee waiver, all flights in your booking must be Classic Flight Rewards. If you combine Classic Flight Rewards with non-Classic Flight Reward fares (“Commercial Fares”), the fee waiver will not apply. Reward Assistance and Service Fees may apply. For a list of all Classic Flight Reward service fees, see the Fee Schedule in the program Terms and Conditions.”
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