expired Jetstar MasterCard Credit Card - Bonus $100 Jetstar Voucher for Jetmail Members


Apply for a Jetstar mastercard by 14/11/09 and receive a bonus $100 jetstar voucher.
Also annual fee of $49 waived for the first year if you spend over $1000 on purchases by 31 December 2009.

Other Info:

  • 10.99% on purchases
  • 0% Balance Transfer for 6 months3
  • Up to 55 days interest free on purchases
  • Accrue 1 cent of every dollar you spend in the form of Jetstar Dollars
  • Redeem your Jetstar Dollars for Jetstar Flight Vouchers
  • And save up to $500 per year on Jetstar Flights!

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    0% for balance transfer seems good, but it's still not attracting me to change cards yet.


    So can I sign up for the $49 annual fee & not use the card, get a $100 jetstar voucher and cancel the card?


    Great deal if are just about to spend $1100 on jetstar flights.


      It's $1000 on 'purchases', right? Doesn't say 'flights'.


        He could have said $1000 on purchases elsewhere and $100 on flights but its more clumbersome. ^_~

        Either way would take full advantage of the offer. ^_^

  • +1 vote

    Note that you have to be a Jetmail subscriber to take advantage of this offer.


    Seems odd that a Credit Card would ever be posted on a bargain website. For most people, they're anything but!

    • +2 votes

      I would've thought that many who sign up to a bargain website are the type who like to have a careful approach to spending, and they always have an awareness about how to get more out of their money. Well, at least I like to think I do, and for me I realise that it actually is a saving to take advantage of the interest free period credit cards offer because it means your money collects interest in your bank account that little bit longer, plus you also help to avoid those annoying transaction fees. I think it's good to have an idea of the credit card deals out there.


        I don't think there is a 'typical' bargain lover. Everyone loves a bargain.


          There have been many credit card "deals" posted here before.

          As you now say - there is no "typical" bargain hunter


    "7. The annual fee is currently $49 for the primary Jetstar MasterCard and $9 for each additional card. The primary Jetstar MasterCard annual fee refund only applies for the first year and if you spend $1,000 on purchases on your Jetstar MasterCard by December 31 2009. The annual fee will be refunded to the account by 28 February 2010 provided that you are not in breach of the Conditions of Use and the account remains open."

    So you get charged $49 on obtaining the card right? And as a once off can obtain $49 in credits if you spend $1000 in the next two months.

    And if you cancel the card before 28/02/2010 you lose your rights to the $49 credit.

    • +2 votes

      This is supplied by Macquarie Bank. You know the same bank that has been the master of consulting fees for MAP and many other highly leveraged deals. Gotta wonder if I have the ability to determine what fees I might get hit with. If some highly intelligent investors couldn't determine the hidden costs of MacBank conditions in the past, I doubt if I will be able to avoid losing my rights in the future. I personally will pass on this one.

      Jetstar Dollars Program is provided by Card Services, a division of Macquarie Bank Limited ABN 46 008 583 542 and is subject to the Jetstar Dollars Program Terms and Conditions

      Jetstar Dollars can be accrued up to a maximum spend of $50,000 per year on the Jetstar MasterCard® which is equivalent to 500 Jetstar Dollars.

      You must use the vouchers in 3 months and travel in 6 months otherwise you lose the voucher, and bookings are not changeable without a fee. how much is the fee? The vouchers are automatically mailed to you so the clock starts ticking when you get the voucher.

      So ability to "accrue" vouchers for that overseas trip is limited

      Cant see what happens to the balance if you get a $100 voucher and your flight costs $69. Can guess but that's a guess only

      I give this a negative - NOT for the posting but for the DEAL


        You got a point, ozpete.

        I personally prefer Platinum/Gold card w/ no annual fee but with travel insurance. That's better value rather than lots of conditions otherwise you have to pay annual fee (and no travel insurance).

        I don't see much point to get this card for a sake of $100 voucher with restriction of usage. (it's kind of a trap that you are urged to use/spend more within certain period)

  • +1 vote

    negative from me too.
    IMHO, a great credit card should not charge annual fee nor additional card fee.
    On top of that, this is from the people who charge $4 (or is it more) at Sydney Airport for trolley usage.
    Wizard Clear Advantage is still one of the best for me (even comes with fee-free foreign exchange transaction) or the (no longer offered) no annual fee Citibank Gold/Platinum.


    Has anyone got there card? I just applied today but Im hoping to use the voucher for a 29th Dec flight so would like to book soon. How long does it take from application to receiving the voucher?


    This is a really competitive offer from Jetstar - they are definitely bringing in the same aggressive marketing and offers they have previously offered with their cheap domestic flights.

    After interviewing Jetstar, I actually found out that they are planning to introduce a points interchange program with Qantas Frequent Flyer.

    Official quote from Jetstar:
    "We are working with Qantas Frequent Flyer to introduce Qantas Frequent Flyer points as a reward option for account holders. It’s envisaged these will be available in the first half of 2010."

    You can read my full interview with Jetstar here: http://www.creditcardfinder.com.au/interview-with-jetstar-ne...


    Jeremy from http://www.creditcardfinder.com.au

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