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ANZ Frequent Flyer Platinum Visa Bonus: 50K Qantas Points + $195 Cashback (Spend $2,000 in 3 Months), $295 Annual Fee


Good for those not eligible for the St George/BankSA 60K qantas points credit card offer

  • 50K Qantas Points + $195 Cashback when you spend $2,000 in 3 Months
  • 0.75 Qantas Points: 2 per $1 spent on eligible purchases up to and including $3,000 per statement period
  • 0.5 Qantas Points: 2 per $1 spent on eligible purchases above $3,000 per statement period
  • Interest rate: 20.24% p.a.
  • Total annual fee $295
  • $6,000 minimum credit limit
  • Interest free up to 55 days
  • Worldwide emergency credit card replacement
  • Extended Warranty Insurance – double the manufacturer's expressed Australian warranty on major personal and household purchases by up to an additional 12 months
  • 90-day Purchase Security Insurance – insurance against loss, theft or accidental damage on most personal items purchased – for 3 months from the date of purchase.
  • Overseas Travel and Medical Insurance provided by Allianz Insurance. You could save up to $775 on Overseas Travel and Medical Insurance (eligibility criteria apply)
  • Interstate Flight Inconvenience Insurance – peace of mind when you travel interstate in Australia on holiday for up to 14 days

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. Your application must be approved and you must activate the card and make $2,000 worth of eligible purchases within three months of approval to receive the bonus Qantas Points and have the $195 credited to your credit card account.

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  • +2


    Frequent Flyer Black offer is much better.
    120,000 bonus Qantas Points and $275 back, which makes the annual fee to $ 150 which is less than ANZ Frequent Flyer Platinum Visa

    • +5

      which is less than ANZ Frequent Flyer Platinum Visa

      Please read again. Its $295 annual fee and $195 back which makes it $100 annual fee.
      Also not everyone may not be able to apply the Black Card as it has a minimum credit limit of $15000 and probably higher income requirement.
      I scouted this deal because I wanted to apply it for my wife who cant apply the Black card.

      • +1

        They have taken out the minimum income requirement from the Black credit card now.

        • +1

          So has anyone successfully got one with no income, eg on Centrelink with savings, etc?

    • Damn, wish I found this out earlier. It's gonna be hard spending $4K after Xmas

  • Will we ever see a return of the $0 first year annual fee?
    Or is this as good as it gets now?

    • Not anytime soon.

  • I still remember the good old days when they gave you 65000 QF points for the platinum with no first year fee

  • Three times I have applied for the black on separate deals, three times I have been accepted. Three times it failed to show up. Contacted the ANZ a couple of times, one occasion it was stuck in the mail queue whatever that means. It's like they weren't even interested landing a new account. I've given up.

  • +1

    Just submitted my application for the Citi Rewards Signature Credit Card today which I think is a better deal: https://www1.citibank.com.au/credit-cards/citi-signatureqde?...

    • You will pay $493 in fees to get 150000 QFF points

      • Save $395 with a reduced $49 annual fee in the first year

        • Pay $49 first year and you need to pay $444 in the next year to get complete 150000 points

          • @sakg: On a value basis, it's $49 first year for 100k points which is better than ANZ. You are correct however that the extra 50k points are attained following the first year with the assumption that $444 is the renewal.

            So $49 vs $150 for 100k points vs 120k points with Citibank and ANZ, respectively (in the first 12 months). I'm tossing up between either.

            • @IamaCam: Citibank is more worth as there's no 12 months exclusion period for you to reapply. So essentially you can get 100k points. Cancel wait 3-4 months and apply for the same deal again. Plus it's only $49 for 100k vs $150 for 120k.

    • $5K spend, ouch

  • Is there any good card with velocity points

      • fees is too much

        • +2

          It includes a return domestic flight which makes up for the fees.

          • @nightelves: That's not a bad deal. Is there a restriction on the the distance you can travel. I had the Amex card with a similar deal but the furthest hop I could take was Brisbane to Melbourne and I wanted to go Cairns to Melbourne. Also is there a similar deal for Qantas ?

            Edit - never mind, I found the flight map. Thanks

    • +1

      citibank platinum 140k citibank points which converts to 56k points, annual fee $49 for first year

      Feel free to msg if you want more info

  • Silly question (never had a cc). Can I potentially bpay a car loan to gain the bonus points? Have been tossing up on getting one of these points cards for the points and travel insurance.