Qantas Health Insurance: Score up to 150,000 Points

Best Ways to Spend 60,000 Qantas Points

Qantas has launched a three day offer on health insurance, with up to 150,000 bonus Qantas Points on the table – the biggest ever offer yet!

How this offer works

Qantas Frequent Flyer members who purchase a new Qantas Health Insurance policy between 6 April and 11:59pm AEST 8 April 2020 will earn up to 150,000 sign on Qantas Points over two years.

Head to the Qantas Insurance website here to get a quote.

The maximum number of sign on Qantas Points that can be earned in year one is 125,000 Points for Couples, Single Parents or Families and 62,500 Points for Singles. In year two, the maximum number of Qantas Points that can be earned is 25,000 for Couples, Single Parents or Families and 12,500 for Singles.

Year one points will only be awarded to the primary policyholder after the policy has been held for 60 continuous days and will be based on the level of cover held at that time.

Year two points will be awarded to the primary policyholder after the policy is held continuously for 14 months and will be based on the level of cover held at that time.

Who is eligible for the offer?

The offer is avalable to new policyholders – that means you must not have joined Qantas Health Insurance and cancelled 6 months before or during the offer period. 

This offer is not available to existing Qantas Health Insurance, nib, AAMI, Apia, GU Health or Suncorp health insurance customers.

Is Qantas Health Insurance worth it?

With up to 125,000 Qantas Points on offer for Couples, Single Parents or Families holding a top policy for just 60 continuous days, provided the health insurance cover meets your needs, this offer could represent a lucrative way to boost your Qantas Points balance. It's also a strategy to score a significant number of points that will count towards qualification for the Qantas Points Club.

However, in order to earn the additional 25,000 points, bear in mind that you'd need to hold a combined Gold Hospital and Top Extras Cover for a further 12 months. That represents a significant cost outlay, and may not be worth it, particularly if you shop around and can find a cheaper policy for your long term needs.

Will you be taking up this limited-time Qantas Health Insurance offer?

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