Qantas Frequent Flyer dishes up points at over 40 new restaurants

To fly or dine? From today, Qantas Frequent Flyers can have their points and eat them in the form of a succulent steak too.

Qantas is serving up a healthy portion of points, thanks to a new partnership with Seagrass Boutique Hospitality Group – whose portfolio of premium and casual brands boast desired menus and popular locations. 

The latest partnership sparks a serious case of gourmand glory for Qantas Frequent Flyers who can earn and redeem points at over 40 esteemed restaurants in Australia including 6HEAD, Meat Wine and Co and Hunter and Barrel. 

With so many desirable options, your Qantas Points balance could very well become what you eat. 

To earn Qantas Points by dining, Qantas Frequent Flyers can scan their Qantas card when paying the bill. Doing so will see frequent flyer foodies enjoy the following points: 

  • 3 points per dollar spent at premium venues including 6HEAD, Hunter & Barrel and Meat & Wine Co 
  • 2 points per dollar spent at Ribs & Burgers and Italian Street Kitchen 

What’s better than pairing Qantas Points with mouth-watering food? Going back for seconds (and thirds).

Does anyone fancy a ‘triple-dip’ of Qantas Frequent Flyer points?

The new partnership also provides a unique ‘triple-dip’ treat for Qantas cardholders. 

Members will earn points when: 

  1. dining at a Seagrass venue 
  2. making a reservation through Quandoo 
  3. paying for the bill with a points-earning credit card 

If the occasion calls, Frequent Flyers can even opt for a free meal by using points to cover the bill at all venues. A Points Plus Pay option also makes it possible to put points towards part of the bill, perhaps encouraging a little extra splurge.  

However, these two options typically offer less value than a flight redemption. 

Qantas Loyalty CEO Olivia Wirth said the new partnership was intended to supply the growing demand for premium hospitality experiences in a time when the dining scene is returning to its former bustling glory. 

‘The ability to earn points towards their next dream trip while enjoying a meal in a restaurant will be a welcome addition for frequent flyers. As will treating themselves to a dining experience using their Qantas Points,’ Ms Worth said.  

Food and travel often go hand in hand, which is why the new Qantas x Seagrass partnership is a perfect pairing – quite like roasted duck and a glass (or bottle) of Pinot Noir. 

Adding even more value to the Qantas Frequent Flyer program, this tasty match is all the more reason to savour some of Australia’s most delicious dining experiences, and of course, say a hearty yes to the dessert menu.

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