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Dell and Intel partner with Qantas to offer incentive for tech and travel

11 May 17

Dell and Intel have partnered with Qantas Business Rewards to provide an extra sweetener on technology purchases for small to medium-sized firms that are Qantas Business Rewards members.

For every dollar they spend on Dell business Technology solutions through the Dell for Work online store, members will earn one Qantas Point.

This includes laptops, Ultrabooks, desktops and electronics.

Qantas Loyalty chief executive officer, Lesley Grant says they’re thrilled with the arrangement.

“Buying technology solutions can be a costly exercise for a lot of businesses, but it’s a worthwhile investment that helps them work more efficiently, particularly for those who are flying with us on a regular basis,” Grant says.

“For Qantas Business Rewards members, having the opportunity to earn Qantas Points on Dell and Intel purchases makes that investment even more rewarding, helping them reach their next goal faster, whether that’s a flight or a coffee machine for the office from the Qantas Store.”

Dell general manager of consumer and small business for Australia and New Zealand, Ben Jackson says its a great way to make those necessary purchases more rewarding.

“Dell has always been passionate about helping small businesses grow and compete. Today, we’re hugely excited to be partnering with Qantas and Intel to bring the Qantas Business Rewards program to our small business customers,” says Jackson.

“Customers will receive free entry into Qantas Business Rewards to earn and accrue Qantas Points when they purchase online.”

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