- 1 How many Qantas point do you need to fly to Europe?
- 2 What do 300000 Qantas points get you?
- 3 How far can 100000 Qantas points get you?
- 4 How many Qantas points do I need to go to Italy?
- 5 How many frequent flyer points do I need to go to Japan?
- 5.1 Can I use Qantas points to upgrade on Emirates?
- 5.2 Is it worth getting Qantas frequent flyer?
- 5.3 How many points are needed to fly to Europe?
- 5.4 How many RBC points do I need to fly to Europe?
How many Qantas point do you need to fly to Europe?
From Eastern Australia to Europe, one-stop flights
|Qantas, American Airlines||55,200||108,400|
|Other Partner Airlines||66,200||124,800|
|Two or more non-QF oneworld airlines||75,600||141,600|
What do 300000 Qantas points get you?
Ready to embark on a celebratory holiday after settling on a new house? ANZ are offering 300,000 bonus Qantas Points to eligible customers who apply for a new ANZ Home Loan of over $300,000 by 19 August 2022 and settle by 31 January 2023. We value that haul at roughly $5,400.00, which is quite significant! That’s enough to fly one person return (or two people one-way) in Qantas Business Class between Australia and London. A seat in Qantas International Business Class won’t set you back more than 144,600 points + taxes. It may be a bit more difficult to redeem your points for an international reward seat in a premium cabin this year. But your Qantas Points don’t expire as long as you earn or redeem points every 18 months.
So you can safely keep your balance going indefinitely until it’s time for a holiday. You may find the ANZ Home Loan through other mortgage brokers and finance professionals. This guide is intended to cover the points-earning features and capability of the loan and is not a general recommendation of this product.
Please review all the necessary information about this home loan to ensure it meets your personal circumstances. Further information regarding the offer, including terms and conditions, fees, charges and eligibility criteria can be found here,
How far can 100000 Qantas points get you?
1. Get up to 18 Business Class upgrades on short domestic flights – Your 100,000 Qantas Points could get you anywhere from two to 18 Business Class upgrades on Qantas domestic routes, depending on the fare and distance travelled. It takes just 5,400 Qantas Points to upgrade from Economy to Business on flights under 600 miles (965km) from a regular flexible (Economy Flex) ticket. Qantas Boeing 737 Business Class is the highest cabin level on most domestic routes. This could be a great way to reward yourself if they are frequently shuttling between two cities such as Sydney or Melbourne, and you can do this 18 times from a starting balance of 100K Qantas Points.
How many Qantas points do I need to fly to Paris?
Qantas Frequent Flyer
|Number of points||Trip type||Example route|
How many Qantas points do I need to go to Italy?
Using Qantas Points to get to Italy with Emirates and oneworld partner airlines – Qantas Points are best used with Qantas or Emirates for flights to Europe to achieve most value – redeeming for oneworld partner airlines is more expensive. The Qantas network is now only to Dubai as most of you would already know, with Emirates operating connecting flights beyond Dubai to Europe (and of course to Dubai from Australia too). Here’s how the Qantas Points pricing comes out:
|Origin||Destination||Class||Points Needed (one way)|
|Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane||All Italian cities||Business Class||128000|
|Adelaide||Bologna, Venice, Milan||Business Class||128000|
|Perth||Bologna, Venice, Milan||Business Class||112000|
|Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane||All Italian cities||First Class||192000|
|Adelaide||Bologna, Venice, Milan||First Class||192000|
|Perth||Bologna, Venice, Milan||First Class||168000|
|Dubai Stopover Options|
|Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane, Adelaide||Dubai||Business Class||96000|
|Dubai||All Italian cities||Business Class||50000|
|Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane, Adelaide||Dubai||First Class||144000|
|Dubai||All Italian cities||First Class||75000|
|Sydney, Melbourne||Dubai||Qantas Premium Economy||72000|
So there’s some fairly common pricing across most Australian cities, although Perth, Adelaide and Rome’s slightly shorter flight distances mean that the redemption cost in Qantas Points is lower for those cities. Qantas fly a Premium Economy cabin to Dubai, but Emirates don’t, so if you’re not stopping over in Dubai you’ll be charged for the higher cabin all the way to your destination.
If you do stopover in Dubai (regardless of Premium Economy travel) then the cost in Qantas Points becomes the cost of the flight to Dubai, plus the flight to Italy. I’d suggest only trying to use a Qantas Premium Economy redemption as part of an Australia to Italy flight if that’s the only cabin with availability, as otherwise it will be more expensive in terms of points.
Qantas’ pricing is not particularly competitive compared to the competition, but it has Emirates Italian route network going for it, along with generally good points redemption availability on Emirates’ flights between Dubai and Sydney. Finally, also expect to pay upwards of $600 in taxes and fees along with the points.
How far will 250000 Qantas points get you?
1. Fly return business class to Europe, east coast USA – With a quarter of a million Qantas Points under your belt, you can almost fly to the other side of the world and back in business class, with 256,000 Qantas Points buying a return business class ticket from Sydney, Melbourne or Brisbane to London, broader Europe or the US east coast, including New York City.
What will 500000 Qantas points get me?
Joined Nov 19, 2014 Posts 8
Greetings to all, Just checking if anyone has a good suggestion on how best to use 500k QFF points for flights? Welcome all suggestions and thank you. Joined Jan 21, 2014 Posts 12,807 Qantas Bronze Virgin Red
Want to earn more status credit and points whenever possible.
You can’t earn any status credits or points on reward bookings with Qantas. BTW: Joined 2014 and this is your first post?????????? Joined Nov 19, 2014 Posts 8
You can’t earn any status credits or points on reward bookings with Qantas. BTW: Joined 2014 and this is your first post?????????? How about considering not using the Classic reward so paying a higher fare to earn the SC & points? Yup, I am the quiet 1. Joined Aug 21, 2011 Posts 14,459 Qantas Platinum Virgin Platinum Star Alliance Gold
500,000 Qantas points would be enough to get you almost anywhere in Business class and back, except for Europe (although once you add your partner’s points you would have about enough for that too). So, I guess it really depends where you’d like to visit? South America would be my pick, but there are lots of other possible destinations. You also have enough points for 2x premium economy round-the-world trips (costs 210,000 points each) although that might be a slight stretch with just 2 weeks of leave! You won’t earn any points or status credits for flights booked using points, unless you use Points+Pay – but that is such poor value I would personally not even consider it. Joined Feb 21, 2006 Posts 8,063
You won’t earn any points or status credits for flights booked using points, unless you use Points+Pay – but that is such poor value I would personally not even consider it. Agree with that one, yes, it’s a option but not one any self respecting AFFer would suggest. Joined Aug 2, 2011 Posts 5,434 Qantas Platinum 1
Greetings to all, Just checking if anyone has a good suggestion on how best to use 500k QFF points for flights? Welcome all suggestions and thank you. 1.- forget girlfriend – if two pax travel it halves the available points which dramatically changes options.2.- fly Emirates F class to JFK via Dubai as a QF award booking.3.- forget earning points, use this to just enjoy 4.- That 2/3 round the world in Emirates F will change you view of flight forever. Joined Jun 19, 2006 Posts 7,464
Joelsoo, my response to your question as to how to maximise your QFF points is to not fly Qantas. Look to partner airlines with significantly lower taxes, like American Airlines and Cathy Pacific. Cathay has an outstanding First product, for example. Joined Nov 19, 2014 Posts 8
Joelsoo, my response to your question as to how to maximise your QFF points is to not fly Qantas. Look to partner airlines with significantly lower taxes, like American Airlines and Cathy Pacific. Cathay has an outstanding First product, for example. Thank you for the advice! Will look into where to go with these airlines. Joined Nov 19, 2014 Posts 8
1.- forget girlfriend – if two pax travel it halves the available points which dramatically changes options.2.- fly Emirates F class to JFK via Dubai as a QF award booking.3.- forget earning points, use this to just enjoy 4.- That 2/3 round the world in Emirates F will change you view of flight forever.
- Enjoy the Dom, enjoy the showers.5.- With 400k of your 500k points you will gain an experience that is rare and amazing.
- I have always been thinking of doing this as well, the F/J to Dubai will be a rare experience.
- But now, not so sure anymore as Europe and Middle East seems to be in a lot of mess at the moment.
Thank you for the advice and will look into it! Joined Jan 26, 2011 Posts 31,482 Qantas Platinum Virgin Red
I have always been thinking of doing this as well, the F/J to Dubai will be a rare experience. But now, not so sure anymore as Europe and Middle East seems to be in a lot of mess at the moment. Thank you for the advice and will look into it! Flying into Dubai is fine. Don’t let that stop your plans. Joined Nov 19, 2014 Posts 8
Flying into Dubai is fine. Don’t let that stop your plans. Last year was planning to go Europe, but last minute changed to China because of the attacks. This year supposed to go USA but changed plan to Japan instead. F class to dubai is only 288k points, I might be able to plan a trip with my gf afterall. Or maybe USA 💡 Joined Mar 22, 2005 Posts 45,265
You won’t earn any points or status credits for flights booked using points, unless you use Points+Pay – but that is such poor value I would personally not even consider it. Points + pay can sometimes be good value if SCs are important. Joined Aug 21, 2011 Posts 14,459 Qantas Platinum Virgin Platinum Star Alliance Gold
Points + pay can sometimes be good value if SCs are important. Perhaps for some. I would say that if Points+Pay seems like good value, it’s probably better just to buy the ticket using money and save the points for something more valuable. Joined Nov 19, 2014 Posts 8
Perhaps for some. I would say that if Points+Pay seems like good value, it’s probably better just to buy the ticket using money and save the points for something more valuable. I have been using several times for domestic travels, UK domestic on BA and once to Singapore QF during the Xmas peak season. Not too sure if I would use it for international again.
Do Qantas points expire?
Do my Qantas Points expire? As long as you continue to earn or use Qantas Points on eligible activities at least once every 18 months, your points won’t expire.
How many Qantas points do I need to fly from Perth to Bali?
How many Qantas Points do I need to fly to Bali? – Here are the one-way points needed per passenger for Qantas and Jetstar flights to Bali or back. Taxes and surcharges are extra and depend on each route. As a rough guide, a one-way Business seat from Sydney to Bali would cost you 57,000 Qantas Points and AUD$197 in taxes.
|Qantas Economy||Qantas Business|
|Melbourne to Bali||20,300 points||57,000 points|
|Sydney to Bali||20,300 points||57,000 points|
At the time of writing, Jetstar has the best availability for flights to Bali. But keep in mind taxes are quite high, even in Economy. For Jetstar flights, you probably won’t get the best value out of your points with flight rewards. After all, an Economy flight reward from Sydney requires 18,000 points and $151 in taxes.
This includes a 20kg checked baggage allowance). Jetstar’s cheapest equivalent fare in May 2022 costs just $321, for comparison. That works out to be 0.94 cents per point. Jetstar’s Business fare is $715 on the same date, so your Business Reward for 42,200 points and $211 means you’ll get 1.19 cents per point.
A bit higher than Economy, but still short of what we currently value Qantas Points. But on the other hand, Qantas Classic Flight Rewards (including both Qantas and Jetstar flights) are free to change and cancel until 28 February 2022 – and this may be extended further. Even without the waiver, the change fee is just 5,000 points and cancellations are just 6,000 points. In a time of uncertainty, flexibility is key.
How many flights is 100000 points?
Take 11 short-haul flights on American or Alaska Airlines – ZACH GRIFF/THE POINTS GUY Want to stay stateside instead? You can use 100,000 Ultimate Rewards points to take 11 short-haul flights on American Airlines or Alaska Airlines by transferring Ultimate Rewards points to British Airways Avios. Nonstop flights under 1,151 miles one-way cost 9,000 Avios and $5.60 in taxes for economy seats when saver-level awards are available (the T fare class on American).
This includes business-heavy routes like ORD to New York’s LaGuardia Airport (LGA) and Ronald Reagan Washington National Airport (DCA) to Toronto Pearson Airport (YYZ). Many of these flights can be expensive when booking at the last minute or during holidays, trade shows and other special events. You can book longer routes at competitive rates with British Airways Avios as well.
Flights up to 2,000 miles in length only cost 11,000 Avios each way. Related: 5 reasons why you should care about British Airways Avios
How many frequent flyer points do I need to go to Japan?
FREQUENT FLYERS TO ENJOY 100,000 REWARD SEATS AND POINTS PLANES TO JAPAN
|Return flights per week||One Way Economy Classic Reward|
|Cairns-Osaka||Up to four||21,500 points|
|Cairns-Tokyo (Narita)||Up to seven||21,500 points|
|Gold Coast-Tokyo (Narita)||Up to five||21,500 points|
How far will 120000 Qantas points get me?
Fly return business class to Qantas’ South Pacific destinations – Given a one-way business class ticket with Qantas from Australia’s east coast to many points in Asia sets you back 57,000 points, your haul of 120,000 Qantas Points can get you a return business class journey on a variety of routes closer to home. Using 83,000 of those points, from Sydney, you could fly return in Qantas business class to Auckland, Queenstown, Fiji, Noumea or Port Moresby. Jakarta and Denpasar (Bali) are also possible on Qantas for an additional 31,000 Qantas Points. Departing Melbourne, you could fly return to Denpasar with Qantas – or, for a reduced 83,000 points, return to Auckland, Queenstown, Christchurch or Wellington – while out of Brisbane, Qantas’ return business class flights to Noumea are available for an easy 55,200 Qantas Points.
Finally, Perth residents could fly Qantas business class return to Singapore for a cool 114,000 Qantas Points. Just be careful that sometimes, Qantas may operate its schedule between Perth and Singapore with single-aisle domestic-style Boeing 737s instead of the twin-aisle Airbus A330s, determining whether your flight has reclining seats in business class instead of fully lie-flat beds.
Keep this in mind when booking your flights.
Can I use Qantas points to upgrade on Emirates?
Claiming Qantas frequent flyer points on Emirates flights – When you travel through Qantas via Emirates, your frequent flyer account should accrue the applicable points for that trip. Use the Qantas Points Calculator to determine how many Qantas or Emirates points you may earn travelling from one destination to another today.
- Just ensure you choose the Qantas flight with a‘QF’ flight number when booking, even if the flight is through Emirates.
- It should appear as something like “Flight QF 8003 is operated by Emirates” when you are searching for ticket options online.
- You can also use points to purchase tickets for these flights or an upgrade,
These points can be used for classic flight rewards and points-plus-pay flights. Note that you can also use the Qantas Points Calculator to discover how many points it could cost you to travel. You can use your Qantas frequent flyer points as standard with an Emirates flight:
Login to Qantas.com using your frequent flyer number.Go to the “all bookings” tab and select “upgrade” for the chosen booking.For international travel, opt to be eligible for an upgrade reward.You’ll be registered for an upgrade if a seat becomes available.If an upgrade is available when you make the request, the points are immediately deducted from your account.
How many Qantas points do I need to get to Singapore?
Using Qantas Points with British Airways flights – Here are the Qantas Points needed for British Airways reward seats between Australia and Singapore, each way. Taxes are extra and hover around AU$456 for a return reward booking in any class.
|Route/Travel Class (BA)||Economy||Premium Economy||Business||First|
|Sydney-Singapore||30,200 pts||59,000 pts||75,000 pts||107,700 pts|
How many points do you need for international flight?
You need 6,000 to 20,000 miles for a free one-way flight. The exact number of miles depends on how far you’re flying, which airline you’re using and the dates of your travel. A one-way international flight will cost 35,000-50,000+ miles.
Is it worth getting Qantas frequent flyer?
How to join Qantas Frequent Flyer for free in 2023 Many Point Hacks readers are already members. But in case you (or your interested friends and family) are not, this post covers one of Qantas’ more antiquated policies – a joining fee for frequent flyer membership.
- Per person for Australian residents.
- But you can save that money by simply clicking through one of the free links below! Most overseas residents can also get it free, with New Zealand residents charged NZ$60.
- Are you a Qantas Frequent Flyer member already? Then these codes are useful for signing up friends and family when needed.
Qantas runs promotions for free memberships with their frequent flyer program partners, including banks and other program partners. So it’s possible to find a range of promotional application codes, as these links follow a common format. Watch our video or continue reading below to learn more: Did you know: You can join Qantas Frequent Flyer for free by signing up for a Qantas earning credit card – and also earn yourself a stash of bonus Qantas Points?
- Click on one of the free membership promo codes below.
- Fill out the application on the Qantas Frequent Flyer website.
- Accept the terms and conditions of the program.
Just click on any of the links below to join. You don’t actually need to make a purchase or be involved with any of the partners below to benefit from their code.
- If you want to sign up for a Qantas Points-earning credit card, such as the, then frequent flyer membership,
- This is a special code advertised by Qantas Frequent Flyer themselves, offering free membership to the family of their frequent flyer members.
- Budding young Qantas Frequent Flyers can sign-up through the, which provides activities and resources for kids when they are travelling.
- Book your next luxurious all-inclusive hotel stay and earn 1 Qantas Point per $1 spent on your holiday.
- You could pocket up to 15,000 Qantas Points on sign-up and earn 2 Qantas Points per $1
As Qantas’ major supermarket partner, earn 1 Everyday Rewards point per $1 spent at supermarkets, then swap them to Qantas Points at a rate of 2,000 to 1,000. If you’re not a Qantas Frequent Flyer member, then get the Qantas Travel Money card – which also serves as your frequent flyer membership card! You’ll earn 1.5 Qantas Points per $1 spent overseas.
- If any of these codes expire, just use a different one on the list.
- You don’t have to be a member or customer of any of those businesses to use the Qantas free sign-up codes.
- There’s no end difference overall.
- To become a member, you’ll need an ABN.
- You can join that (separate) program for free,
- As you can see, it just takes a click to avoid the $99.50 sign-up fee.
Do you know of any friends or family members who are thinking of joining Qantas Frequent Flyer? Then be sure to forward this page to them. Spread the word! How much does it cost to join Qantas Frequent Flyer? Qantas charges Australian residents AU$99.50 to join the program.
- Is there a way to avoid the sign-up fee for Qantas Frequent Flyer? Yes, you can sign up for a free membership and save $99.50 by using one of the links in our guide.
- Is it worth getting Qantas Frequent Flyer? Absolutely.
- If you can sign-up for free and earn points through flying or one of Qantas’ many partners, then it’s worth becoming a member.
Points can be used for Business Class flights and more. Do you have a travel-related question?
- to see if we have already answered your question in a post.
- You can post your question in the section of our website. Someone from the Point Hacks community – whether another reader or one of our team members – will hopefully be able to help you out.
: How to join Qantas Frequent Flyer for free in 2023
How many points are needed to fly to Europe?
2. Air France/KLM award flights to Europe from 12,000 Virgin points – Virgin Atlantic also offers excellent award pricing on its partners Air France and KLM. You can fly from the East Coast of North America to western and central Europe for as few as 12,000 Virgin points each way. Flights from the rest of the United States — including Hawaii — to Europe cost as few as 15,000 points each way during off-peak dates. So, for example, you can fly from Los Angeles to Paris nonstop for just 15,000 points each way, plus $150.50 in taxes and fees. Note that some routes have lower taxes and fees than others. For example, Virgin Atlantic charges only $22.30 in taxes and fees to fly from Minneapolis/St. Paul to Paris. Again, you can transfer points to Virgin from American Express Membership Rewards, Chase Ultimate Rewards®, Citi ThankYou Points, Bilt Rewards and Capital One Miles via Virgin Red.
How many RBC points do I need to fly to Europe?
Use the Fixed Fare Chart for Airline Tickets – One way to use your Avion points for travel is with the purchase of an airline ticket. This is the best way to get the most value out of the RBC Avion Rewards program, This has been described in detail in this article,
|Avion points||Destinations||Maximum ticket price|
|15 000||Flight within a province or neighbouring state||$350|
|35 000||Flight anywhere in Canada or the United States (except Hawaii and Alaska)||$750|
|45 000||Western Canada or the United States to Mexico, Hawaii or Alaska. Eastern Canada to Bermuda, Central America or the Caribbean||$900|
|55 000||Eastern Canada or the United States to Mexico, Hawaii or Alaska. Western Canada to Bermuda, Central America or the Caribbean||$1,100|
|65 000||Flight from Canada or United States to Europe||$1,300|
|100 000||Fly from Canada or United States to anywhere in the world!||$2,000|
So, this equates to about 2 cents per Avion point on average.
How many miles do you need to buy a flight to Europe?
Where are you traveling? – Miles shown are estimated starting values for one-way trips originating in North America, for informational purposes only. Two flight awards are needed if your one-way trip includes two long haul international flights.
|Region:||Main Cabin starting at:||Premium Economy starting at:||Business / First starting at:|
|Contiguous 48 U.S. states + Canada||7,500||–||15,000|
|Mexico + Caribbean + Central America||10,000||–||20,000|
|South America – Short Haul||15,000||–||30,000|
|Hawaii + Alaska||20,000||40,000||60,000|
|South America – Long Haul||30,000||60,000||90,000|
|Asia + Middle East + South Pacific||35,000||60,000||95,000|
How much is 60000 Qantas points worth?
Qantas and Optus have just launched a limited-time promotion where you can earn a whopping 60,000 Qantas Points if you keep your account open for 3 months at least. This deal reminds me of the Vodafone promo we had in 2018 which happened to be the last ever promotion they did with Qantas; I wonder why! This promo was brought to my attention by Russ on Instagram when it launched last week, so hat tip to him! I value 60,000 Qantas Points at around $600.