Whether you're a sole trader or a growing enterprise, you are the spirit of Australian business and you deserve to be rewarded with exclusive savings on flights~ and Qantas Points* for your everyday business expenses.

Earn twice from your first flight

From your very first eligible flight, your business can earn Qantas Points^ on top of the flyers’ Qantas Points and Status Credits+. All you need to do sign up your business to Qantas Business Rewards then enter your business’ ABN and flyer’s Qantas Frequent Flyer number into the same flight booking.

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Fly more, earn more, save more

With three levels of benefits, your business can enjoy higher earn rates and greater savings the more you fly with Qantas~.

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Rewarding more than just flying

Our exciting new partnerships with NRMA, American Express®, Caltex, Dell and Samsung means there's even more ways to earn on everyday business spend. With over 50 partners, your business can earn Qantas Points on a range of business expenses including credit card spend, fuel, car hire, technology, stationery and more.

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Your points. Your choice of rewards.

Transfer your business’ Qantas Points into any Qantas Frequent Flyer account and they can be used for flights, upgrades or over 7,000 items from the Qantas Store#.

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Join Qantas Business Rewards

Start being rewarded for your business expenses and join Qantas Business rewards for a one-off join fee of $89.50.

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Important information:
~ Savings are available exclusively to Qantas Business Rewards Members on selected fares only and do not apply to taxes, fees and carrier charges. Availability is limited. Advance purchase and other conditions may apply.
* A business must be a Qantas Business Rewards Member to earn Qantas Points. A one- off join fee of $89.50 including GST applies and may be varied by Qantas from time to time, without notice, in its absolute discretion. Qantas Points are offered under the applicable partner's terms and conditions and earning thresholds may apply. Membership of Qantas Business Rewards and the earning of Qantas Points as a business are subject to the Qantas Business Rewards Terms and Conditions.
^ Qantas Points for business are offered under the Qantas' Terms and Conditions and earning thresholds apply. Qantas Points earned from air travel are determined in accordance with the airline earn table. A Member's ABN and traveller's Qantas Frequent Flyer membership number must be quoted at the time of booking to earn Qantas Points for both the business and the traveller. An eligible flight means a domestic or international flight which has a Qantas 'QF' flight number on the ticket that is purchased in Australia; is operated by Qantas, Emirates or American Airlines; has a ticket number commencing with '081'; and is booked and travelled for business on or after the date the business registers for Qantas Business Rewards. Exclusions apply.
+ You must be a Qantas Frequent Flyer member to earn Qantas Points. A joining fee may apply. Membership and Qantas Points are subject to the Qantas Frequent Flyer program Terms and Conditions. Qantas Points and Status Credits (where applicable) are earned on eligible flights with a Qantas or applicable oneworld® Alliance Airline or Airline Partner flight number on your ticket. Qantas Points and Status Credits may not be earned on some fare types and booking classes. See terms and conditions and the Airline Earning Tables for details on the conditions for the applicable airline.
# In order to transfer Qantas Points from a Qantas Business Rewards account to an individual’s Qantas Frequent Flyer account, the business account must have a balance of at least 3,000 Qantas Points. You must be a Qantas Frequent Flyer member to earn and redeem Qantas Points as an individual. A joining fee may apply. Membership and Qantas Points are subject to the Qantas Frequent Flyer program Terms and Conditions. Qantas Business Rewards Members must transfer Qantas Points to an individual Qantas Frequent Flyer account for redemption. We recommend you consult your accountant or tax adviser to ensure you understand possible tax implications, for example fringe benefits tax (if applicable).