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  • Qantas rewards vaccinated Aussies with free flights
  • Qantas rewards vaccinated Aussies with free flights
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Qantas rewards vaccinated Aussies with free flights

Qantas has announced it will be awarding prizes, including a year's unlimited travel, to vaccinated Australians. For those still unable to get the jab, brand promotions like these could result in further frustration, showing the need to be mindful when planning post-pandemic promotions.

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