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Earn up to 8,000 bonus Qmiles with Qatar Airways flights when you join Qatar Privilege Club

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As the winner of the ‘Best Business Class Seat and Service’ for their Qsuite at our inaugural Head for Points Travel & Loyalty Awards (see Rhys making the presentation below at our industry dinner on Monday), Qatar Airways is a great choice if you are considering an upcoming flight in their extensive network to over 160 destinations. It’s also a pretty good time to join Privilege Club – Qatar’s loyalty programme – as you could earn up to 8,000 bonus Qmiles.

Qatar HFP Awards 2019

To earn the bonus, you’ll need to sign up to Privilege Club before 28th February using the code EUR2019 and book a business class Qatar Airways flight before 31st March.  You will earn up to 8,000 bonus Qmiles on top of whatever base miles you would receive.

Even flying Economy will earn you a decent bonus in this promotion – up to 4,000 Qmiles – although your exact bonus will be dependent on a combination of the booking date, flight date, cabin and fare.

What’s great is that you can use this offer more than once.  This makes the offer especially attractive for business travellers who may be able to squeeze in multiple trips between now and the end of March.

There are a few crucial terms and conditions to be aware of:

  • New members only
  • Members who did not quote the promotional code EUR2019 at the time of enrolment will not receive bonus Qmiles.
  • To be eligible for this offer, Members need to ensure to quote their Privilege Club number at the time of booking or check-in.
  • Travel on Award tickets is not eligible for Bonus Qmiles.
  • Tier bonus, Family Accrued Qmiles and Other Promotional bonus will not be considered for the calculation of bonus Qmiles.
  • Offer is not applicable for tickets booked prior to booking period start date and after the booking period end date.

Full details of the offer can be found on this page of the Qatar Airways website.

To access this offer, please sign up using this link, and don’t forget to use the code EUR2019.

Comments (21)

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  • Duncan Riddell says:

    Is the promotion code EURO2019 or EUR19 as you have both listed?

  • JP-MCO says:

    Did Rhys forget his tie? 😉

    • Mike says:


      • Rob says:

        I wasn’t wearing a tie either as will be clear in Saturday’s article.

        We tried to be cute and put “Dress code: Business Class” on the invites but we accept that wasn’t massively clear …

    • RussellH says:

      Does anyone actually need a tie?
      Surely the most pointless (pun intended, to keep commect on topic) item of clothing ever invented.

      • Peter K says:

        Lots of clothing is pointless but is there for decoration. I personally like ties as a means to express my personality.

        • ankomonkey says:

          I once had a King Of The Hill tie. It had Hank and Bobby on it, but didn’t include Dale Gribble or Boomhauer 🙁

      • Callum says:

        You don’t need any form of business clothing. Unfortunately there are still an insufferable number of snobs around – though it’s thankfully decreasing.

    • ankomonkey says:

      I thought Rhys was the guy in the middle…

    • Gavin says:

      I work for a city law firm and ties are only for client meetings for all levels up to and including partners / managing partners.

  • Phil says:

    Any insights into why anyone would want to join Privilege Club? I certainly can’t think of a reason, having abandoned this sorry excuse for a FFP when they eviscerated the benefits a couple of years ago.

    Now, like everyone else I read about, I still love flying on QR but credit my flights elsewhere.

    • Polly says:

      No harm in joining, but credit elsewhere. What most of us on here have been doing. We used to be with qr privilege club, but cs were just not up to it. Think they may have been trained up better in recent years, but were v poor a few years ago. We jumped ship to baec in 2012. Funny enough, just as we discovered Head fo Points. Amazing coincidence, that!

      • Callum says:

        What’s the point in joining if you’re not going to use it?

        • Lady London says:

          The point is that having even a lowest-level no-miles membership number for that airline or alliance can, just occasionally, mean some benefit or not being the one picked for offoad etc.

          Hotels can be similar. Cars sometimes too.

          Otherwise what would be the point if being, say. BA Blue?

          • Shoestring says:

            my wife has the happy knack of getting upgraded HBO—>Club Europe, why? Blue,/ flies BA 8-10 times a year with FF number input, always/ safe middle-aged female flying single on her booking (the other 4 of us are on the 4x RFS tickets)

          • Mark says:

            Although if crediting elsewhere your bookings will be associated with the partner scheme, anyway. If you also have status in that partner scheme it’s presumably going to count for rather more…. Would they take any notice of the fact that you’re a member of both, or even know when making those kinds of decisions?

          • Callum says:

            To earn Avios…

            If you’re not going to credit flights to it, it’s not going to be on your booking – so are they even going to know you’re a member? (Not that I really buy the notion it gives you any priority for anything at all)

  • ADS says:

    “Earn up to 8,000 bonus Qmiles with Qatar Airways when you join Qatar Privilege Club”

    does anybody else feel clickbaited ?

    the headline should be “Earn 8,000 Qmiles when you *book* a Qsuite” !
    and if you fly economy earn something between 1 and 4,000 depending on how much we like you.

    • Peter K says:

      I guessed it was after booking a flight as soon as I saw the headline. It would not be “earn” or “up to” if they were just giving them away for nothing.

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