Description

The Qantas Wellbeing App offers you a fun, easy way to improve your health - and your Qantas Points balance just by doing everyday activities.

To get started, link your fitness app or device to sync activity data. Then set a daily and weekly goal in the Wellbeing app and earn Qantas Points for completing them. You can sync to a variety of wearable apps including AppleⓇ Health, Fitbit, Garmin, and Strava.

Boost your motivation - and your points - by inviting your friends and family and setting up challenges. In the 28-day trial you can earn up to 1,000 Qantas Points* for walking, running, swimming and sleeping. Plus, because we know wellbeing extends beyond our health, we’ve included rewards for completing car safety checks. With so many ways to earn points, you could be taking off on your next holiday sooner than you think.

Once the trial is over you can continue to earn up to 2,000 points a year^ but at a reduced rate. To keep earning at the higher rate you need to purchase an eligible Qantas Insurance product.

Download the app now and start earning.

Disclaimers
* You must be 13 years of age or over to use the App. During the Qantas Wellbeing App 28-Day Trial, App users can earn up to 1,000 Qantas Points without having to purchase an Eligible Qantas Insurance Product. To earn 1,000 Qantas Points, you must complete the highest daily and weekly challenges, win every weekly group challenge and complete all checks. Once the 28-Day Trial has ended, QFF members who do not purchase an Eligible Qantas Insurance Product (Qantas Health, Life and Annual Multi Trip Travel Insurance policies) will earn Qantas Points at a reduced rate each month through the App. Qantas may amend or withdraw the points offered for activities at any time. T&Cs apply.
^ To earn 2,000 points, you must complete the highest daily and weekly challenges, win every weekly group challenge and complete all checks.

What’s New

Version 3.8.3

We’ve added a new challenge! For the month of June, we’re giving away 10 bonus Qantas Points each day you complete 7,500 steps. Join the challenge anytime from June 1 by tapping on the Frequent Walker Challenge tile in the challenges page and tapping "Join Now".

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Ratings and Reviews

4.7 out of 5
22K Ratings

22K Ratings

The Empiricist ,

Good Health & Great Rewards

This App is an essential part of my overall personal health management system. And the Qantas Willbeing App rewards me for doing it. Qantas Health Insurance is my health insurance of choice & this App gives me extra Qantas Frequent Flyer , Reward points for every step I take. I focus on my daily step count and exercise to improve my health & longevity. The App is very well designed, intuitive &.easy to use, is well supported & provides easy access to Qantas Health Insurance, including claims and policy claim history.
Get yourself a Fitbi, track your steps and start getting rewarded with bonus points on a daily & Weekly basis or every step you take! Highly recommended!

ICUFOS ,

Love it, it really got me active

I got on the App initially to earn points but after the month trial ended the points awarded are so minimal it’s now worth it. However the challenge of setting and exceeding your daily, weekly and friend challenges are so engrossing that I went from about 5,000 steps a day to an average of between 10-15,000. I’m so much more active now and walk all the time and feel great. I love the step challenges and have hit 30,000 steps in a single day and walked the equivalent of Syd to Melb and back 3 times over in less than a year. I love the app and feel so much better for it - thanks guys.

Shelley Beer ,

Sleep record needs more calibration

As you don't have contact us with in the app, it's taken me 2 months to find this method of contact . Why do you penalise reward points if the app records exactly phone down time and use time at exactly the same time? Twice I plugged in the power at phone down time and you did not reward that sleep time . Also I see regardless of amount of time , points are the same - very little phone down time earns the same points as a long phone down time . If you can detect when the phone is put down, why not reward more points for exceeding scheduled time ? Surely that is a health behaviour worth fostering ?

Information

Seller
Qantas Airways Ltd
Size
74.5 MB
Compatibility

Requires iOS 11.0 and watchOS 2.1 or later. Compatible with iPhone and iPod touch.

Languages

English

Age Rating
4+
Copyright
Price
Free

Supports

  • Family Sharing

    Up to six family members will be able to use this app with Family Sharing enabled.

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