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Fly International, Fly the World – with Qantas

18 November 2014

Fly International, Fly the World – with Qantas

Book a return flight, pay with American Express® Card for the chance to win a dream trip around the world flying in business with $15k spending money

To celebrate all Qantas’ amazing international destinations on offer, Qantas has teamed up with American Express to give one lucky New Zealand customer the chance to win the ultimate dream trip around the world for two, with $15,000 spending money.

Qantas currently has amazing fares on offer to destinations like USA’s New York and LA, Europe’s UK, London and Dublin, South America’s Santiago, Asia’s Singapore and Bangkok and Africa’s Johannesburg.

Simply book a return flight with Qantas and pay on your American Express® Card, between 9 and 24 November, then register your details at qantas.com/amex to go in the draw to win the ultimate Qantas Round the World trip for two, flying in business with $15,000 spending money for a total prize pack valued at over $30,000!

Qantas flights include all the frills; food, wine, entertainment and a generous luggage allowance, so you can sit back and enjoy your journey the moment you step foot on the plane. You’ll also stack up Qantas Points to reap more rewards when you travel.

International offer ends 11.59pm on 24 November 2014, unless sold out prior. Select departure dates, days & conditions apply. Entries open to NZ Residents aged 18 and over, entries close 11.59pm 24 November 2014.

For checked luggage allowance limits and details visit qantas.com/checkedbaggage. You must be a Qantas Frequent Flyer member to earn and redeem Qantas Points, program terms and conditions apply visit qantas.com/terms. A joining fee may apply. Qantas Points not earned on Classic Awards.

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