How To Spend 100k Qantas Frequent Flyer Points


Immanuel Debeer | 12/11/2017

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What can you do with 100,000 Qantas Frequent Flyer points?

Collecting points is fun, I check my Award Wallet app daily to see where my balances have grown (or shrunk). But there’s nothing better than finally redeeming those points for an awesome experience! Let’s have a look and see what you can do with (around) 100,000 Qantas points.

Fly Perth to Dubai in First Class with Emirates – 108,000 Qantas Points

Flying Emirates first class is an experience that will blow you away. Whether you like the “bling factor 10” on board Emirates or not, it’s one of those things you have to try at least once! To book your flights, just head over to and make sure you check the “Search Classic Flight Rewards” box before you run your search. Once you’re booked in, you have a private suite, Dom Pérignon and a shower in the sky to look forward to!

Melbourne or Sydney to Dubai in Business Class with Emirates for 96,000 Qantas Points

To get excellent value out of your Qantas frequent flyer points try redeeming them for Emirates Business class. You will be able to enjoy a flat bed, fantastic service and of course there’s the on-board bar serving your favourite drinks with canapés. To book your flights, just head over to and make sure you check the “Search Classic Flight Rewards” box before you run your search.

Brisbane to Tokyo in Business Class with Qantas Return for 120,000 Qantas points

Qantas has now finished refurbishing their fleet of A330’s with the fantastic Vantage XL seats which offer a perfect amount of privacy and comfort for a trip to Tokyo. The bed goes fully flat for the 9h journey across to Japan. (I’ve written a full review about this new seat, you can check out his take on the Qantas A330 business class product here.)

Sydney to Hong Kong Return in Business Class with Cathay Pacific for 130,000 Qantas points

You can do the same trip with Qantas in business but in my opinion Cathay has a better product on the A330 or 777-300ER. The seats are very spacious and comfortable whilst the service is personal and very much on point.

On top of that, Cathay has the best business class lounge in the world. The Pier lounge in Hong Kong is an amazing experience and something you need to check out for yourself.

You can book your flights directly through the Qantas reward booking system. Alternatively you can mix it up and take a Qantas flight on the way there and Cathay on the way back for only 125,000 points return.


Immanuel Debeer

Chief points nerd and travel hacker at Flight Hacks

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