Earn Velocity Points when you make a dining reservation through OpenTable1.
Redeem your velocity points for up to $60 to spend on fuel or in store
OpenTable lets diners make reservations with hundreds of leading restaurants around Australia.
From 20 July 2019, Velocity Members will no longer be able to earn Velocity Points with Open Table. See our partner update for more information.
Book online with OpenTable and earn Velocity Points
Search for availability and make a booking at hundreds of restaurants around Australia using the world’s leading provider of online restaurant reservations. OpenTable is fast, easy, free and your booking is confirmed instantly. Plus you will earn 300 Points for every honoured booking2.
- You must be a member of Velocity Frequent Flyer to earn Velocity Points. Velocity members must enter their Velocity Membership Number and Velocity Member Name when completing their booking details online to earn Velocity Points. To earn Velocity Points, the Velocity member must be the person who honours the booking. The booking name will be pre-filled with the Velocity member's name. Velocity members will not earn Velocity Points for any other person who honours, or attends, the booking. For each honoured booking made online, Velocity members will earn 300 Velocity Points. From time to time, additional bonus Points will be offered and these promotions will be clearly promoted as such on the www.bookarestaurant.com/velocity website. No Velocity Points will be credited when an online booking has been cancelled, modified or when the Velocity member fails to honour their booking (i.e. a "no-show"). Points are not earned on the amount of money you spend at the restaurant, nor do you have to provide a Velocity number in venue to earn Points. No Velocity Points will be credited for bookings made directly via the www.opentable.com.au website or mobile application(s). Points may take up to four weeks to be credited to your Velocity Frequent Flyer Account after the booking has been honoured. Points cannot be split between members.