ANZ Frequent Flyer Black: Bonus 100K Qantas Points + $200 Cashback (Spend $4,000 in 3 Months), $425 Annual Fee

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Earn 100,000 Bonus Qantas Points and $200 back when you spend $4,000 on eligible purchases within 3 months of card approval.

  • $425 annual card fee
  • 2 Qantas Club lounge access invitations per year
  • Earn 1 Qantas Point per $1 spent on eligible purchases
  • Bonus Qantas Points and $200 credit will be credited within 3 months of the eligible spend criteria being met
  • Minimum credit limit $15,000
  • Up to 55 days interest free
  • Minimum annual income $75,000
  • Not available where you currently hold an ANZ Frequent Flyer, ANZ Frequent Flyer Gold, ANZ Frequent Flyer Platinum or ANZ Frequent Flyer Black credit card, or have closed, or qualified for bonus Qantas Points or a credit back on, any of those ANZ Frequent Flyer credit cards within the previous 12 months.

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Comments

  • +1 vote

    I had the ANZ Rewards Travel Adventures, gotten the Velocity points, then cancelled the card. Can I now apply for this?

  • +6 votes

    Credit to PointHacks:

    Will holding another ANZ credit card will make me ineligible for the bonus points?

    This depends on the type of ANZ credit card that you hold. ANZ credit cards can be split into two categories.

    The first is the Frequent Flyer category that is linked to Qantas Frequent Flyer, and consist of the following cards:

    ANZ Frequent Flyer Black
    ANZ Frequent Flyer Platinum
    ANZ Frequent Flyer
    

    The second is the Rewards category, consisting of the following cards:

    ANZ Rewards Black
    ANZ Rewards Platinum
    ANZ Rewards
    ANZ Rewards Travel Adventures
    

    If you hold any ANZ Frequent Flyer card, you are unfortunately not able to take advantage of this bonus points offer. However, if you hold an ANZ Rewards card, then you are eligible to take advantage of this bonus points offer.

  • +2 votes

    Are the days of $0 first year annual fee gone?

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    Pretty sure it used to be $3000 spend in 3 months. Now its $4000

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    $425 annual fee… What's the advantages of owning one of these cards?

    • +1 vote

      The signon bonus is worthwhile if you use them for some flights or even if you sell them for 1c/point (lower than market rate) = $1000

      I can redeem a value of at least 2c per point flying international, sometimes almost 3c.

      So the 100k points is worth over 2k for me.

      In general though this card isn't that amazing outside of the sign on bonus.

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    When does this offer end? Waiting for the 12 months to be over!

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    I applied for this card last week but still hasn’t been formally approved (I believe today it should) - I should get this offer yeah?

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      You should get whatever offer you applied for. Most likely the 120k for 7.5k spend. Depends when this deal went 'live'

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        Fair enough. I forgot the offer at the time but if it is 120k even better. Thanks for the reply.

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          Well big difference to having to spend 4k or 7.5k, for me at least. Plus when you chase them up if the points aren't coming through you tell them which deal you signed up for. 90% of the time they have no idea

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    There's no 75 status credit this time?😭😭😭

  • +1 vote

    Received the card but there's no mention in the welcome pack of the bonus points/annual fee discount, can anyone else who's received the welcome pack confirm or deny?

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    Received card today. Just need to activate. Rejected from the citi bank one.

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    Anyone received the bonus points yet?

  • +1 vote

    anyone received the 100K points yet? How long did it take?
    Its been a month since i used up the $4K but no news.
    Am hoping it will be credited at next credit card cycle.

  • +1 vote

    Hey all, I was told by ANZ staff that if you have a home loan with ANZ and have the ANZ Breakfree package (allowing you to link 1 credit card to your Mortgage account without any annual fee), you cannot apply for one of these cards and get the QFF points bonus. It's either you get the annual fee waived, or you sign up via the promotion and get the points bonus.

    However realistically if one was to apply via the promotion, get the bonus points by making the qualifying purchases, what's then to stop them calling up ANZ and asking for this card to be linked via the Breakfree package - and then getting a pro-rata reimbursement of the annual fee?

    Has anyone done this before?

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      Nothing actually, but you will need your mortgage broker to do the form for you, before the actual card (that is mandatory linked with your breakfree account) is sent.

      I did it at the time with the ANZ Travel Rewards. Cos it had the bonus at the time of 80K points, so signed up for that via online, approved and got it sent. At the same time the Breakfree package was being done, and then signed the form to get it linked (but before they physically sent out the original platnium card that was attached). And got the annual fee waived + bonus. It's just tricky timing is all.

  • +1 vote

    Can this be combined with 300k home loan offer? Cheers