Qantas has partnered with Hello Fresh to offer up to 15,000 bonus Qantas points on the purchase of meal boxes – a generous bonus offer that could help you to boost your Qantas Frequent Flyer balance.
Hello Fresh is one of a growing number of popular meal box subscription services that operate in Australia.
The concept is simple. Customers subscribe to an ongoing meal box plan. Once a week, a Hello Fresh meal box is delivered to your home, packed with a range of fresh ingredients. The idea is that you then cook your meal with ease by following simple step-by-step recipes. Hello Fresh subscriptions can be cancelled or paused at any time.
How to earn 15,000 bonus Qantas points with Hello Fresh
Simply register for a Hello Fresh account and subscribe to a weekly Classic, Veggie or Family Box plan here.
Be sure to enter the promo code HFQANTAS15 and the email address saved in your Qantas Frequent Flyer account at the checkout.
The 15,000 bonus Qantas points are delivered over three instalments. You’ll receive:
- 5,000 Qantas points plus $25 off your first Hello Fresh box
- 5,000 Qantas points plus $25 on your second Hello Fresh box, and
- 5,000 Qantas points on your 10th Hello Fresh box.
Admittedly, you’d need to spend a significant amount over ten HelloFresh boxes to receive your for 15,000 bonus Qantas points. However, 10,000 bonus Qantas points for boxes one and two (plus a total of $50 off) will cost you much less and you can choose to pause your deliveries at this point.
At present, there doesn’t appear to be an end date to this promotion and there is no requirement for customers to be members of Qantas Assure, the insurance arm of Qantas Frequent Flyer. You will, of course, need to be a member of Qantas Frequent Flyer in order to receive your bonus Qantas points. There is a myriad of ways you can currently join Qantas Frequent Flyer for free, as we show you here.
You can review the full HelloFresh offer terms and conditions over on the Qantas Assure page here
Earn bonus Qantas points when you refer a friend to Hello Fresh
Once you’re on the Hello Fresh subscription box bandwagon, why not earn even more Qantas bonus points by referring a friend? Each time a friend subscribes to Hello Fresh, you’ll earn 1,000 bonus Qantas Points. You and your friend will also both score $50 off your next Hello Fresh order. You can refer multiple times, and there doesn’t appear to be a cap on the number of referrals you can earn.
To refer a friend to Hello Fresh, log into your account to copy and share your HelloShare code. Your 1,000 bonus Qantas points will be credited to your Qantas Frequent Flyer account within 60 days of your friend subscribing to Hello Fresh. You’ll find the full Hello Fresh and Qantas referral terms and conditions available at HelloFresh.com.au.
Delving into the contents of a Hello Fresh box
Hello Fresh offers 3 meal plans that customers can choose from – ‘Classic’, ‘Veggie’ and ‘Family’ boxes. The Classic plan offers meals with meat and fish. As expected, Veggie plans are curated for vegetarian diets. Personally, I’ve found the Family plan very similar to the Classic box, perhaps with slightly cheaper ingredients. Hello Fresh states that the Family box features recipes and ingredients that are geared around engaging fussy young eaters.
Each plan can be tailored to different options to suit your household size and preferences. When you order your subscription, you’ll be able to choose how many people you want to cook for (2 to 4 people, or a family of 4-5) as well as how many nights a week you want to cook (3, 4 or 5 meals, or 4 meals for family).
HelloFresh delivery – what to expect
HelloFresh covers a number of areas, however, there are limitations. You can find out if your area is served by HelloFresh by clicking here. Whilst delivery is usually free, some areas, including WA, may attract a delivery surcharge.
Meal box delivery times vary, depending on your location. When you subscribe, you’ll be able to select from a range of delivery options from Sunday – Tuesday, at a time that suits you.
Have you tried Hello Fresh? If so, what did you think?