Qatar Airways’ loyalty program, Privilege Club, is able to announce an exclusive offer that allows members to earn more Qmiles by purchasing, offering, or transferring miles.
From August 15th to September 1st, members can benefit from an additional 60% on the purchase, offer, or transfer of Qmiles.
With the partnership established, Qatar Airways Privilege Club will use the Points platform to offer shopping, gift and transfer services more easily and conveniently. This broad offering is the result of several improvements that Qatar Airways Privilege Club has made in the past few months, including the new Qmiles policy that extends the duration, eliminating fees on changes or cancellations of free flights and extended extensions with membership, offered as a result the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on travel plans.
The Beaches & Islands campaign, on the other hand, presents promotional prices for selected beach destinations, such as Maldives, Bali, Phuket, or Zanzibar, among others, and is valid until August 18th, with fares starting at €449 for flights departing from Lisbon. More information can be found here
Qatar Airways commercial director Simon Talling-Smith says: “Qatar Airways leads the industry with the products and services we offer to our passengers. Privilege Club members are our most valuable customers, and the company’s priority is not it’s just making sure they can trust us to fly safely and comfortably, but also offering them interesting incentives.”
“As we rebuild our network for more than 80 destinations and the world opens up again, we hope that our members will enjoy this offer. With newly resumed destinations, including the Maldives and Zanzibar, it is the perfect time for members to take advantage of Qmiles for a well-deserved break.”
The Privilege Club recently redefined the Qmiles policy to reward its members’ loyalty, with qmiles valid for another 36 months. This improvement is one of the first steps in the process of changing the Privilege Club, part of our commitment to exceed customer expectations.
Qatar Airways continues to work closely with authorities around the world to resume commercial flights in accordance with entry restrictions. Currently, Qatar Airways operates in more than 80 destinations globally and plans to add more flights during the summer.