Earning QBR Points with Practice Ignition
You now have the opportunity to earn Qantas Points for your business through our partnership with Qantas Business Rewards. Both new and current Australian customers have the ability to be rewarded.
You can view the full terms and conditions here.
Offer for new customers
New customers that sign up to a professional plan and engage 10 clients* before June 30 are eligible to receive 20,000 Qantas Business Rewards Points.
You can also receive an additional 20,000 points by turning on Payments in Practice Ignition and processing at least $10k of recurring revenue each month for three months. If you're a new customer, you can request to join here.
To enable payments, follow the instructions in this article. Then process at least AUD $10k of recurring payment transactions for three months before 31st October 2019 and you'll be eligible for the bonus offer.
Offer for existing customers
Existing customers as of 1st June 2019 can now earn Qantas Business Rewards Points for processing recurring payments through Practice Ignition. You can opt in here.
Qantas Points are not awarded as cumulative rewards. Members must process at the required payments thresholds for three consecutive months to be eligible for rewards. Three months from the day you opt in, we'll check back to see if you've processed the volume of recurring payments each month within the appropriate rewards tier.
Payment reward tiers
Am I eligible for points if I'm already using recurring payments?
Yes and no. If you're already processing payments in Practice Ignition, you'll need to:
- Opt in to the rewards program here
- Process a minimum of $10k in recurring payments through Practice Ignition in the 30 days after opting in
- Maintain this volume of recurring payments for three months
If you’re already processing payments through Practice Ignition, you will need to opt in and reach the rewards tier each month for at least 3 months, to obtain the relevant points.
If you’re a current customer, opt-in today and we'll tally your payment processing for the next 3 months after which the points will be applied.
What is a recurring payment?
A recurring payment in Practice Ignition is any payment collected from a service that is set to the monthly or weekly recurring billing type. Payments collected from “On Acceptance”, “On Completion”, and “Estimate” is defined as “project billing” and does not count towards your recurring payment collection.
How does Qantas Business Rewards differ from Frequent Flyer points?
The key difference is that Qantas Business Rewards is a program for businesses and Qantas Frequent Flyer is a program for individuals.
Qantas Business Rewards is a loyalty rewards program that rewards Australia-based businesses with an ABN with Qantas Points for business expenses. Qantas Points earned by the business can then be transferred, at a minimum of 3,000 per transfer, to an individual's Qantas Frequent Flyer membership account and redeemed for rewards. Once they have been transferred to an individual's Qantas Frequent Flyer account, they are subject to Qantas Frequent Flyer terms and conditions. Visit qantasbusinessrewards.com/terms for more information. We recommend you consult with your tax adviser regarding any taxation implications of joining Qantas Business Rewards.
For more information on Qantas Business Rewards, visit: https://www.qantas.com/au/en/business-rewards/faqs/about.html