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Published on : Sunday, June 28, 2015
Qantas Frequent Flyers can now earn Qantas Points for going to the movies, as well as save up to 40 per cent off box office prices. Members will earn two points per dollar spent on movie vouchers purchased via qantaspoints.com/movies, with vouchers redeemable at over 200 cinemas around Australia including Hoyts, Event, BCC, Greater Union, and Village cinemas, plus many independent outlets.
Qantas Loyalty CEO Lesley Grant said the new benefit was created as a result of direct member feedback.“Going to the movies has been rated by our Frequent Flyers as one of their top three interests and given we’re always looking for opportunities to enhance our offering, particularly for youth and families, this seemed like an ideal fit.
“We are focused on helping our 10.7 million members reach their desired rewards faster – continuing to offer new ways to earn Qantas Points is fundamental in that.”Ms Grant said there was great value in being part of the Qantas Frequent Flyer program even for infrequent travellers.
“We have thousands of opportunities to earn Qantas Points for activities other than flying – from shopping online, buying groceries, filling up your car with fuel, through to purchasing wine and playing golf. And of course there are also thousands of ways to use points, ranging from Business class upgrades right through to over 3,000 products available through the Qantas Store.”
Ms Grant said today’s announcement complements the opportunity to redeem Qantas Points for movie tickets via the Qantas Store.“It’s great to expand our entertainment offering, giving members the opportunity to earn points for going to the movies and at the same time provide them with the chance to save money on cinema tickets.
“Customers simply buy their movie vouchers online and then take those vouchers to the box office at their chosen participating cinema. The box office will then trade the vouchers for tickets to a movie and eligible session time of the members’ choice,” Ms Grant said.