Caltex and Qantas partner to reward SMEs

Australian businesses can now earn Qantas Points when they refuel with Caltex Australia, with the local fuel retailer announced as a partner of the new Qantas Business Rewards program. The only fuel card partner of the program to reward SMEs, Caltex Australia joins more than 40 other partners allowing businesses to earn Qantas Points on their everyday spending.

Businesses that sign up and use their Caltex fuel cards will be rewarded with one Qantas Point on every:

  • one litre of Vortex Premium fuels purchased
  • two litres of regular petrol and diesel purchased
  • $1 spent on eligible in-store products
  • $1 spent on vehicle servicing

Caltex Australia’s Executive General Manager of Commercial Bruce Rosengarten, said that for more than 100 years, Caltex has been supporting Australian businesses and this is just one more way we’re providing our customers with more benefits.

“SMEs are the engine room of the local economy and we’re proud to partner with another iconic Australian company to give businesses added value when they refuel,” said Rosengarten.

“Accepted at 2,000 service stations nationally, Caltex’s fuel card solution, StarCard, gives businesses a range of benefits. StarCard holders have access to fuel discounts, easy online tools to manage fleets and fuel expenses, service and repair options at more than 5,000 merchants nationally and a roadside assistance program.

“Fuel is a major expense for SMEs. We want to help businesses manage their refuelling needs while offering them something more, like earning Qantas Points, wherever we can.”

Qantas Loyalty CEO Lesley Grant said: “Some of our business members spend a lot of time on the road so they will be delighted to know they can now be rewarded on their everyday fuel expenses. It’s a great way for them to pump up their Qantas Points balance while they fill up their tanks and another new opportunity for them to reach their rewards faster.”

SMEs can start earning Qantas Points immediately by signing up online at

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