Phase-stable CsSnxPb1−xI3 perovskite quantum dots (QDs) hold great promise for optoelectronic applications owing to their strong response in the near-infrared region. Unfortunately, optimal utilization of their potential is limited by the severe photoluminescence (PL) quenching, leading to extremely low quantum yields (QYs) of approximately 0.3 %. The ultra-low sodium (Na) doping presented herein is found to be effective in improving PL QYs of these alloyed QDs without alerting their favourable electronic structure. X-ray photoelectron spectroscopy (XPS) studies suggest the formation of a stronger chemical interaction between I− and Sn2+ ions upon Na doping, which potentially helps to stabilize Sn2+ and suppresses the formation of I vacancy defects. The optimized PL QY of the Na-doped QDs reaches up to around 28 %, almost two orders of magnitude enhancement compared with the pristine one.