Tuesday , October 23 2018 Ausdroid » Smart Accessories » Smartwatches » Sick of waiting for the Moto 360 2015? Qantas has them for Frequent Flyer shoppers

Qantas - Moto 360
If you’ve been waiting for the Moto 360 Gen 2 to launch in retailers here in Australia there isn’t much good news for you. If you’re a Qantas Frequent Flyer with some spare points however there’s better news, with Qantas adding the silver Mens and Ladies watches to their Qantas Shopper site.

The watches are available for Qantas Frequent Flyers only, so you’ll need a membership to peruse the store and some points, there’s no way to just purchase them.

If you want to buy the watches you can either acquire one in an all points deal or pay on a sliding scale of part points, part cash. The mens watch is slightly more expensive, with an option to use 86,530 QFF points through to a minimum of 34,612 QFF points and $399.77. The womens will set you back a minimum of 33,420 QFF Points + $386.01 sliding up to an all points deal of 83,550 QFF points.

If you’re a Qantas Frequent Flyer and want to check out the deal, you can head to the Qantas store to check it out.

If you’re not a Qantas Frequent Flyer you can join – or join us over here waiting for Motorola to release the watch 7 months after they announced it would make its way here.

Source: Qantas Store.
Thanks: Alberto.

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