$200 Jetstar Flight Voucher with Jetstar Mastercard / Platinum Mastercard, $13 Annual Fee (1st Year)

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Apply, be approved for a Jetstar Mastercard or Jetstar Platinum Mastercard by January 14 2020, and make an eligible purchase* within 60 days of approval, and bingo! Jetstar will reward you with a complimentary $200 Jetstar Flight Voucher and a discounted annual fee for the first year.

For new applicants who are approved between 12.01am AEDT 14 November 2019 and 11:59pm AEDT 14 January 2020 and make an eligible purchase within 60 days of approval. Terms and conditions apply. Macquarie Bank Limited Australia Credit Licence 237502 is the issuer of the Jetstar Mastercard.

Annual fees start at $13 for both cards for the first year, then increases to $69 (normal card) or $169 (for the Platinum card)

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$20 voucher for the referrer and referee after the referee joins Club Jetstar.

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Comments

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    What is considered to be an eligible purchase?

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      T&Cs isn't as clear, all it says:
      "Eligible purchases exclude balance transfers, cash advances and cash substitutes."

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      Mine doesn't qualify for Jetstar dollars if I pay bills via bPay, pay tax to ATO or transfer money into gambling sites.

      So if you buy anything, it would be considered an eligible purchase.

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      You can buy woolworths eGift card etc.
      They are eligible purchase, I think.

  • +1 vote

    The Jetstar Travel Voucher is subject to terms and conditions located on your voucher.

    So need to wait until you receive a travel voucher to find out what the terms and conditions for the travel voucher are. 🤔

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      Book a flight or flight + hotel with Jetstar, apply it to get $200 off

      Also get 6 months to book the flight from voucher date. So decent expiry period.

      Not too many terms on these, use them for any flights with Jetstar.

  • +1 vote

    I've had the platinum card for years now.

    This is the best reward card by far for me. Probably is for someone who flys with Jetstar. Pays for 1-2 overseas flights per year.

    The Jetstar dollars are actual dollars, free travel insurance and no fees when using the card to pay for flights on Jetstar.

    Was 48,000 Qantas points (last time I checked) to fy return to Bangkok or Singapore, then I would need to pay about $190 in fees. With the same spend on this card, I could potentially get 2 return trips for free if flights were on sale.

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    12 months exclusion?

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    i personally dont like the wording: get 1 Jetstar Dollar for every $50 purchase.

    there are 2 scenarios here:
    a) if the $50 rule is cumulative for each statement period:

    is the Jetstar Dollar pro-rata? Do i get my 0.98 Jetstar Dollar for a $49 statement (for the whole month)?

    b) if this $50 spend per Jetstar Dollar is per transaction: this is gonna be a b****

    • +1 vote

      You could have 50 $1 transactions over several statements if you wanted.

      Once you hit the $50 spent, you get 1 Jetstar dollar. No black magic, just once you spend $50 you get one. So it's a 2% return, once you reach a full $1 it shows in your account.

      But once you spend $2500 in a single statement period, you drop back to 1% or $1 per $100 spent. When I first joined, there were no limits and even paying my tax bill and GST was an eligible purchase. The good ol' days :D

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    Anyone know how long it takes for the flight voucher to be delivered after making an eligible spend?

  • +1 vote

    May 2016 - application rejected
    Nov 2019 - application rejected
    May 2022 - TBA

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      Do you have any other macquire bank CC ?

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        I had a Myer CC from Apr-Aug 2019 ($100 gift card… for $3.75 spend)
        But maybe other cards issued by MB over the years. Is there a list of MB issued cards?

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          Sorry buddy
          Don't have a list of MB CC but as far as I know, WWS and Jetstar, myer are both issued by MB. Is your MB cc in good standing ? Cant see why they will not approve another one for you

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