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EXCLUSIVE HFP COMPETITION: Win 250,000 Qmiles with Qatar Airways!

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Qatar Airways is running another great exclusive competition with us.  This is the most generous mileage competition we have ever run!

Two lucky Head for Points readers will each win 250,000 Qmiles in the Qatar Airways Privilege Club loyalty scheme.

There are no restrictions on how you use the Qmiles.  You can redeem for First Class, Business Class or Economy Class flights and to any destination you choose.  You can book on Qatar Airways or on any oneworld alliance or other airline partner.  You can book one big trip or a number of smaller trips (the miles are valid for three years).  It is entirely up to you.

Whilst it is always difficult to value airline miles, you should easily be able to get £2,500 of value from the prize.

About Qatar Airways

Before we look at what you can get for 250,000 Qmiles, let’s remind ourselves what else Qatar Airways has been up to recently:

We have reviewed Qatar Airways business class on its 777, 787 and A380 incarnations, as well as A380 First Class, and genuinely believe that it deserves its reputation as one of the very best products out there.

The new Qsuite in Business Class has set the bar even higher.   Here is my report from the launch event and here is Rob’s article after he had lunch on the aircraft at Heathrow.

About Qmiles

Qatar Airways is a member of the oneworld alliance.   As we always say when we write about Qatar Airways, this means that you can earn Avios points and British Airways tier points when you fly with Qatar Airways, and can also redeem Avios points for Qatar Airways services.

But Qatar Airways also has its own loyalty programme, Privilege Club, with its own currency, Qmiles.  This offers an alternative for crediting flights on Qatar Airways and other oneworld airlines.

You can learn more about Qmiles and Qatar Privilege Club on the Qatar Airways website here.

How far could 250,000 Qmiles take you?

The world is your oyster with 250,000 Qmiles in your pocket.

Here are just a few places you could travel with 250,000 Qmiles to spend, based on a UK departure:

  • one return ticket to Singapore in Business for 150,000 Qmiles
  • one return ticket to Sydney in Business for 180,000 Qmiles
  • two return tickets to Delhi in Business for 2 x 110,000 Qmiles
  • top up with a further 20,000 Qmiles and get three return tickets in Economy to Sydney

These prices are based on flying with Qatar Airways.  However, you can also spend Qmiles on flight redemptions on British Airways or any other airline in the oneworld alliance.  This could include Cathay Pacific, Qantas, American Airlines, Finnair etc.  You can also redeem on other partners such as Royal Air Maroc, Middle Eastern Airlines, GOL and Bangkok Airways.

If you have a handful of miles left, you can use them to pay for your purchases at the Qatar Duty Free shop at Hamad International Airport in Doha.

Alternatively, Qmiles can be converted into Le Club AccorHotels hotel loyalty points at the rate of 4500 to 1000, with a maximum conversion of 100,000 Qmiles per year.

Here is the Mileage Calculator to look at other route options.

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Our competition

There are TWO prizes of 250,000 Qmiles to be won.

The Qmiles are valid for three years.

The winner is responsible for any and all taxes, fees, security and passenger facility charges applicable when redeeming your Qmiles.  Liability with regards to visa, passport and health requirements rest solely with the winning participants.

Accommodation, airport transfers and other travel expenses are not included when redeeming the prize and are the responsibility of the winning participant.

Bonus Qmiles are non-extendable, non-transferable to another person, non-exchangeable and cannot be converted to cash.

The full list of rules is in the Gleam entry widget below.

How to enter

We are using the same entry system we’ve been using for competitions in the past.  Simply fill out the Gleam app at the bottom of this post (or click through to the Gleam website) and leave your name and email address.  That’s it.

Your details remain confidential and will not be passed to Qatar Airways (unless you win!).  Head for Points will not use your email address for any other purpose.

You do not need to have a Qatar Privilege Club account in order to enter, although obviously the winners will have to open one!

The rules

Here is a summary of the rules. The official version can be found by clicking ‘Terms & Conditions’ in the entry widget below.

You must be at least 18 years old

You must be a resident of the United Kingdom and must be accessing this website from inside the UK

You must not have been a previous winner of any other of Qatar Airways’ promotions or competitions

Entries are limited to one per person

The competition closes at midnight, London time, on Sunday 4th March 2018

The two winners will be selected automatically by the software which collates the entries. The winners will be contacted by email and must confirm their details, including their UK residency, within 14 days.

Remember that Qmiles are not transferable and will only be deposited into accounts in the name of the winners

If you cannot see the entry widget below, please click here and you will be directed to a special website to enter.

Good luck!

(Want to earn more Avios?  Click here to visit our home page for the latest articles on earning and spending your Avios points and click here to see how to earn more Avios from current offers and promotions.)

Comments (68)

  • Margaret Rigby says:

    What a wonderful prize , our son told us about it and so i have entered thank you

  • sam wardill says:

    Rob please can you do an article on their rubbish email sent out yesterday (“We are moving everything online”)? It amazes me that they can spend so much on their hard product and marketing, and so little on IT and customer services. I just submitted a one world redemption request (online which will soon be mandatory). They responded 4 days later confirming availability but didn’t even advise the cash (tax & fee) cost. Their Twitter people don’t do queries so you have to call. I’m trying to log on to the website now and it is not working. The same happened last Friday

    • Polly says:

      Sam..agree..its why we left q miles for baec years ago. If they didn’t have such a good J product wouldn’t certainly be collecting q miles. Thank God they are in one world…

  • Godfrey says:

    Disappointed not to be able to enter whilst holidaying abroad.

  • Alex says:

    Thanks for a great competition – already planning with my partner how to spend our miles if one of us wins! And thanks for making it TWO prizes, not one as with those model planes 🙂

  • Cate says:

    Lovely competition – thanks Rob!

  • Peter K says:

    Thanks again Rob. Are you fully recovered from you pneumonia now?

  • Cate says:

    OT – just in case anyone is setting out to LGW today it is snowing here with a light covering on the ground but not sticking. Aircraft are still flying out.

  • Flymile says:

    Is it ok to enter on behalf of my wife?

    • Peter K says:

      “Bonus Qmiles are non-extendable, non-transferable to another person, non-exchangeable and cannot be converted to cash.”

      So you can enter for her with her permission using her twitter account, but you cannot enter in her name on your twitter account if you are also using it for your entry.