The Qantas Frequent Flyer members can now earn Qantas Points even when they are not flying or using their Qantas Cash! A unique partnership between Qantas and Airbnb has brought this exclusive opportunity for the Qantas customers.
Qantas Frequent Flyer program currently has 11.4 million members. The partnership between the accommodation leader and the national carrier of Australia will allow all these people to earn points by simply booking an Airbnb vacation home through qantas.com. They will earn points for every dollar spent on their booking.
Alan Joyce, the CEO of Qantas, said that such a partnership between these two companies is not surprising, especially when both the brands focus on providing their customers the best service with an exclusive focus on the use of technology. He said that the advancement of technology has revolutionised the way people now plan, book, and experience travel. According to him, the new service is another step from Qantas to reinvent airline travel experience for the travellers.
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Brian Chesky, the CEO and co-founder of Airbnb, said that the partnership is the reflection of travellers’ growing interest in having personalised and exclusive experiences available through the Airbnb community.
Mr Chesky said that Airbnb has always tried to provide its customers the real-life hospitality experience of locals. According to him, the partnership is going to bring something good for the travellers because just like Airbnb, Qanas also understands the current travel trends.
Along with the chance of earning Qantas Points, the members of Qantas Frequent Flyers will get the chance of win the ultimate Qantas Airbnb experience upon booking an Airbnb vacation home before October 31, 2016. The package offers a bunch of rewards including five nights’ Airbnb accommodation in San Francisco and return Business class tickets to San Francisco.
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The members of Qantas Frequent Flyers have to visit qantas.com/stay and book an Airbnb vacation home to earn Qantas Points.