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Qantas Premier Platinum 80K Qantas Points Sign up - $299 Annual Fee


Qantas Money have updated their sign up bonus for their Premier Platinum credit card, not as good as previous deals requiring $7,000 spend for all the points and no reduced annual fee.

Key Points:

  • 80,000 bonus QFF points when you spend $3,500 each month (40K each month) for first two months after approval
  • Receive 2 single-entry lounge invitations per year to Qantas Club Domestic or Qantas Operated International Business Lounges (excluding Los Angeles Tom Bradley * * Terminal International Business Lounge)
  • Discounted companion fares - Save up to 20%. Bookings must be made through the Qantas Premier Concierge and paid for using the primary cardholder's Qantas Premier credit card
  • Earn rate of 1 Qantas Point per AU$1 spent domestically (up to and including AU$10,000 per statement period); 1.5 Qantas points per AU$1 spent internationally
  • Complimentary Travel Insurance
  • Annual fee $299
  • Minimum credit limit $6,000
  • Minimum income $35,000 p.a.

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  • Agreed OP. Glad I got it when it was 75,000 points for only $3k spend and reduced Annual fee. Now double the spend for only 5000 more points.


    I got excited until I read the last 3 words.

    Travel with friends and family and save up to 20% on selected Qantas and QantasLink flights within Australia for you and up to 8 companions, once every year

    • yes very interesting. But I always use my points for surcharges and tax as well. Don't pay annual fees or Qantas FF program fees and don't change my spending habits for points. So they are basically free.

  • so 40,000 per 3.5K month spend for the first 2 months… damnit, really wish i applied for the 75K. was hoping Qantas would do a nice 100K offer when the old one expired.. =(

  • Good luck getting it, never had any problems with other cc’s, only Qantas

  • Compared to the last deal… It's a no from me, dawg.

  • Like very good credit card the water down the rewards as time goes on.

  • Citibank is a bitch. Not applying for their cards anymore. I am a doctor with a minimum income of at least $100k gross PA but am a registrar so means I rotate through practices which means I don't work for a practice for more than 6 months. Credit rating is great. I have $100k+ in savings and 2 properties that are 80% and 20% paid off and they still won't approve my application. A joke.

  • You can still get the Qantas Everyday card for no annual fee and 40k points too https://www.qantasmoney.com/credit-cards/premier-everyday

    • Still a $4000 spend for 40,000 points vs 90,000 Points for $4000 spend with BankSA.

      • Bear in mind hat the 90000 point BankSA\St George\Bank of Melbourne promo is on a Visa Signature\Black card, which will likely have a minimum income requirement at least $70000, compared to $35000 for the Premier Everyday card (which is "only" a Platinum card) which may make it unsuitable for some.

        A better comparison would be the ANZ Frequent Flyer Platinum with 65000 Qantas points after spending $2500 in three months with no annual fee for the first year. It has similar point earning to the Qantas Everyday (0.75 points up to $3000, then 0.5 from $3001 on which beats the Qantas for the $3001 by 0.1 of a point) and the same minimum income. However, the ongoing annual fee is much higher at $295 for the ANZ vs. $49 for the Qantas and you can't have had any other ANZ Qantas product in the last 12 months to be eligible for the bonus points, which seem to be the only real drawbacks of the ANZ card.

  • 80,000 points for zero spend if you just buy business class fares way into the future. Just cancel after receiving points

  • +3 votes

    Or Nab Qantas signature with 115K points for 4000 spend easily

  • I have an application still ongoing from when it was first year free. I better double check the paper T&Cs if I ever get approved and get the card!

    Edit: never mind misread, this is a different card and that was for their lower card with 40k bonus. In that case still have to check I receive that one correctly!