expired American Express Business Explorer Credit Card $395 Annually - Get 50,000 Annual Bonus Points & 100,000 Sign-up Bonus Points


New American Express Card Members will receive an introductory 100,000 Membership Rewards Bonus Points. Minimum spend criteria of $3,000 applies.

Let your business expenses reward you every year. You’ve earned it.
New American Express Card Members will receive an introductory 100,000 Membership Rewards Bonus Points - apply by 29th April 2019 and spend $3,000 in the first 3 months from the Card approval date.
Interest rate of 16.99% p.a. on all purchases whilst taking advantage of maximizing your rewards potential
Earn up to 2 Membership Rewards points per dollar spent
Get a 50,000 Membership Rewards Bonus Points when you spend $100,000 every 12 months from your Card approval date
Support your cash flow with up to 55 days interest-free on purchases
Enjoy two complimentary entries per year to the American Express Lounge, located at Sydney International Airport or Melbourne International Airport
The American Express Business Explorer® Card received a 5-Star Rating for both Rewards Business Credit Cards and Frequent Flyer Business Credit Cards from Canstar

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    I believe you need an ABN for this??

  • +4 votes

    Note the Amex Points earn and redemption rates will be decimated soon, so take the bonus points with a grain of salt as they haven't improved with the new system incoming.

    • -2 votes

      Insider info?

      • +6 votes

        No, highly publicized and the changes in earn rates are on the various cards overview pages. Amex card holders were notified last year of the change due 1st April. The earn rate of many cards stayed the same or may have even gone up slightly but the points to airline conversion ratio has then dropped by a half leaving the cards benefits being reduced to 50 - 75% of their previous rate in general.

        Actual impact does vary based on the specific card.

        • +1 vote

          ^ This. Very disappointed as the points that people have saved up over time lose an extreme amount of value. I have opened a complaint case about it, as should every customer. Apparently so many people are complaining about it that they now have a dedicated team handling these specific complaints. Let's see if we get some kind of reimbursement for it, because it's very shady on AMEX's part.


            @Owl: Have you received any response in regards to this? Still deciding whether to transfer the points to a FF program prior to the change (ideally not).


              @Melon126: So far I've had two phone calls from them to say that they haven't decided what to do yet. Apparently I'll have an update by the end of this week.


        are you serious?


    Is it seriously 50k points for spending $100k?


      It is a business card so that could be easily doable for a small to large business or possibly even a sole trader who goes through a lot of supplies that they can pay over credit card, travel etc. It's obviously going to be high for an individual that just happens to have an ABN but only uses the card for personal use.


      not that bad for a business is it?


      250k points i guess since you also get 2 points per dollar spent.

  • +1 vote

    Not worth it if your business is cash only, lol, joking…


    "Card Members who currently hold or who have previously held any other Card product issued by American Express Australia Limited in the preceding 18 month period are ineligible for this offer."