Qantas has added David Jones' Storecard to its expanding roster of frequent flyer partners.
The up-market department store's customer card has previously offered only 'soft rewards' such as access to special shopping nights and free gift wrapping, but from today the Storecard will also earn reward points which can be traded into Qantas Frequent Flyer points or David Jones gift cards.
The base rate is 1 DJs reward point per dollar spent at a David Jones store.
There's a 1:1 conversion rate for turning your points into a gift card, but the conversion rate for Qantas Frequent Flyer points is a more modest 0.5.
For more details, click through to http://www.davidjones.com.au.
Last year saw the launch of the David Jones American Express card, which also earns Qantas points but offers a slightly higher conversion rate of 0.75 (so that 1 Amex Reward Point becomes 0.75 Qantas Frequent Flyer points).
David Jones already counts several airlines among its partners, among then Virgin Australia, Air New Zealand, Cathy Pacific and Singapore Airlines.
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