Qantas last year changed its policies on earning frequent flyer points from credit cards, so that the main option is now continuously earning points as you spend money, rather than choosing to transfer batches of credit card "points" to your frequent flyer account. March 31 (that is, today) is the last day you can make a manual transfer on many cards, and you'll want to be set up for automatic earning after that if you're trying to accumulate points. Different banks have different approaches with their cards; hit up the link below to check if your card is affected. To get more value from those points when you have earned them, check our guide to making the most of the Qantas Frequent Flyer scheme.
Last Day To Set Up Qantas Frequent Flyer Credit Card Transfers
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