Qantas is giving agents the chance to win a trip to Singapore, a 12 month Qantas Club membership, travel vouchers and more! T&c’s Apply.

 

So what do you have to do? Jump on the Qantas Learning Hub and find out more about this great rewards program, answer a few simple questions and you could find yourself sitting on top of 1-Altitude, 282 metres above sea level, surveying the bright lights of Singapore with a Sling in hand.

 

Why Qantas Business Rewards?

With Qantas Business Rewards, businesses can earn Qantas Points with more than 50 program partners including flying with Qantas, using their business credit card, buying stationary and so much more.

Your customers can then transfer the business’ Qantas Points to individual Frequent Flyer members and they can be redeemed for flights, upgrades and other rewards* – check out the website to find out more. 

 

What could you win?

The top prize is two return Economy flights to Singapore from either SYD, MEL or BNE and a year of living the high life in the Qantas Club (one 12-month membership). But there’s more!

 

Second prize is:

– 1 $2,000 Qantas Travel Voucher

– 1 $500 Caltex Voucher

– 1 Samsung Tablet to the value of $500

 

While third prize gets:

– 1 $1,000 Qantas Travel Voucher

 

Be in the business of winning!

How could you win these great prizes?

Step One: Complete the ‘How to Sell Qantas Business Rewards’ learning bite on the Qantas Learning Hub. This will teach you everything you need to know about how to sell Qantas Business Rewards!

Step Two: Answer the associated quiz questions here.

Step Three: Tell us in 25 words or less: “How would you sell the benefits of the Qantas Business Rewards Program to your customers?”

Submit your entry now through KarryOn’s hosted competition page.

 

* 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. A joining fee may apply. Membership and Qantas Points are subject to the Qantas Frequent Flyer program Terms and Conditions.  We recommend you consult your accountant or tax adviser to ensure you understand possible tax implications, for example fringe benefits tax (if applicable).

QANTAS
Terms and Conditions – Game of Skill
1) Information on how to enter forms part of the terms and conditions of entry. Entry into the promotion is deemed acceptance of these terms and conditions. Headings in this document are included for ease of reference, and do not affect interpretation in any way.
2) The promoter is Qantas Airways Limited (ABN 16 009 661 901) of 10 Bourke Road, Mascot, NSW 2020 (telephone number 02 9691) (Promoter)
Duration
3) All references to time in this document are a reference to the local time in Sydney, New South Wales, Australia on the date stated. The promotion commences at 9am on 1 June 2018 and closes at 11.59pm on 30 June 2018 (Promotion Period).
Eligibility to enter
4) Entry is open to all Australian registered travel consultants over the age of 18 (Eligible Entrants), excluding directors, management, employees and their immediate families of the Promoter and its related bodies corporate and registered travel companions of employees of the Promoter and its related bodies corporate.
Entry into the promotion
5) To enter, consultants must:
a) Be registered to the Qantas Learning Hub (qantas.com/learninghub)
b) Complete the Qantas Business Rewards Learning Bite titled ‘How to Sell Qantas Business Rewards’
c) Answer the associated quiz questions:
i) Who is eligible to join Qantas Business Rewards?
ii) How can my customers join Qantas Business Rewards?
iii) Why should I recommend my customers join Qantas Business Rewards?
d) Submit a written statement through KarryOn’s hosted competition page (http://woobox.com/x9qsxu) in 25 words or less answering ‘How would you sell the benefits of the Qantas Business Rewards Program to your customers?’
6) The Promoter is not responsible for any lost, late or misdirected entries.
7) Eligible Entrants are not permitted multiple entries.
8) The time of entry will be deemed to be the time the entry is received by the Promoter.
9) The Promoter reserves the right, at any time, to verify the validity of entries and Eligible Entrants (including an entrant’s identity, age and place of residence) and to disqualify any entrant who tampers with the entry process. Failure by the Promoter to enforce any of its rights at any stage does not constitute a waiver of those rights.
Judging of entries
10) Entries will be judged on:
a) originality and creativity of the 25 words or less submission
11) Judging will take place at 12pm on Friday 13 July at the office of the Promoter. Judging will be conducted by the Promoter.
12) The judges’ decision is final and no correspondence will be entered into. Chance plays no part in determining the winning.
The prize
13) There will be three prizes. The maximum total prize pool value is AU$10,000, based on the recommended retail value at the time of printing. The Promoter accepts no responsibility for any variation in the value of the prizes.
3rd Prize winner will receive;
• 1 $1,000 Qantas Travel Voucher.
2nd Prize winner will receive;
• 1 $2,000 Qantas Travel Voucher.
• 1 $500 Caltex Voucher.
• 1 Samsung Tablet to the value of $500
1st Prize will receive;
• 1 12 month Qantas Club Membership
• 2 Return Qantas Economy flights to Singapore from SYD, MEL or BNE (valued at $2,500). The flights must be booked by 30 December 2018 and travelled on by 30 June 2019.
15) Each prize must be taken as stated and no compensation will be payable if a winner is unable to use the prize as stated. Prizes are not exchangeable or redeemable for cash or other goods or services. A prize cannot be transferred to any other person, unless agreed to by the Promoter. It is a condition of accepting a prize that the winner accept the conditions of use of that prize.
16) If the prize (or part of the prize) is unavailable, the Promoter, in its discretion, reserves the right to substitute the prize (or that part of the prize) with a prize to the equal value and/or specification, subject to any written directions from a regulatory authority.
Notification of the winner
17) The winner will be notified by email by Wednesday 18 July 2018 and their name will be published through karryon.com.au the week commencing Monday 23 July 2018.
Right of the Promoter to rejudge
18) The Promoter reserves the right to rejudge in the event of an entrant being unable to satisfy these promotion terms and conditions or forfeiting or not claiming a prize. For any prize that remains unclaimed at 17 August 2018 a second round of judging will be conducted by the Adjudicator at 12pm 18 August 2018 at the same time and place as the original judging, subject to any written direction given under applicable law. Any winner determined in accordance with this clause will be notified byemail by 22 August 2018 and their name will be published through karryon.com.au the week commencing 22 August 2018.
Limitation of liability and variation of terms
19) If any act, omission, event or circumstance occurs which is beyond the reasonable control of the Promoter and which prevents the Promoter from complying with these terms and conditions, the Promoter will not be liable for any failure to perform or delay in performing its obligations. The Promoter reserves the right (subject to any applicable law) to cancel, terminate or modify or suspend this promotion.
20) The Promoter, its related bodies corporate and their respective officers, employees, contractors and agents (Promotion Parties) will not be liable for any losses, damages, expenses, costs or personal injuries arising out of this promotion, the promotion of this promotion or the use of any prize, including but not limited to any breach of these terms and conditions, contract or tort (including negligence) and any other common law, equitable or statutory remedy (Damages) whatsoever, including but not limited to direct, indirect and consequential Damages, including Damages that cannot reasonably be considered to arise naturally and in the ordinary course of things, even if those Damages were in the contemplation of the Promotion Parties.
21) The exclusion of liability in clause 20 does not apply to limit or exclude liability:
a) for personal injury or death suffered or sustained in connection with the supply of goods or services which are supplied by the Promoter in the ordinary course of business. To remove doubt: third party goods or services, which other than in connection with this promotion, are in the normal course of business supplied by a third party unrelated to the Promotion Parties, are not supplied by the Promoter in the ordinary course of business; and the Promoter’s Conditions of Carriage and general booking conditions (and any exclusions contained therein) apply despite any statement to the contrary in these terms and conditions; or
b) to the extent it is not permissible at law to limit or exclude liability in the manner contemplated in that clause (in which case that liability is limited to the maximum extent allowable by law).
Entry details and privacy
22) Entry details remain the property of the Promoter. The name and photograph of the winner may be used for promotional purposes by the Promoter, unless the winner otherwise notifies the Promoter at the time of accepting the prize. Entrants consent to the Promoter using personal information provided in connection with this promotion for the purposes of facilitating the conduct of the promotion and awarding any prizes (including to third parties involved in the promotion and any applicable statutory authorities) and to conduct marketing activities. Without limiting the foregoing, entrants’ personal information provided in connection with this promotion will be handled in accordance with the Promoter’s Privacy Statement, visit www.qantas.com/privacy to obtain a copy.
Tax Implications
23) The Promoter accepts no responsibility for any tax implications that may arise from accepting a prize. Independent financial advice should be sought.
Fringe Benefits Tax
24) Receipt of a prize may have Fringe Benefits Tax (FBT) implications. To the extent that there is any FBT liability, this will be paid for by the employer of the recipient. The grossed-up value of a prize and any other Fringe Benefits the recipient receives during the course of the FBT year may be reported on the recipient’s annual PAYG Payment Summary as required by taxation law. 

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