Heads up: Qantas is offering a 'points rebate' on international flights booked as Classic Awards, with up to 24,000 Qantas Points landing back into your account.
The promotion, which is open to all Qantas Frequent Flyers, covers Qantas-operated international flights.
Codeshares such as Emirates flights are not included, however: you'll need to be sure the flight number is between QF1 and QF199.
Your Classic Award flight has to be booked by February 28 and flown by March 31 and to be eligible for the points rebate you have to register before you make the booking: click through to this page on the Qantas.com.au website to sign up.
The number of points in the rebate will vary according to the distance flown: for example, an economy Classic Award from Sydney to Los Angeles return will net you 16,000 Qantas Points.
Considering that the award flight would cost you 96,000 points (plus $838.42 in fees and surcharges), that's not a bad get-back.
Here's a set of examples from Qantas:
If you redeem your points on a free flight for family members they'll each get the points rebate, as long as their frequent flyer number is included in the booking.
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