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Westpac Altitude Platinum Bundle (MasterCard & AmEx), up to 90k Bonus Velocity Points, $3k Min Spend Per Card ($200 Annual Fee)

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Get up to 90,000 bonus Velocity Points
With the Altitude Platinum Bundle and Velocity Frequent Flyer
Apply for the Altitude Platinum Card Bundle by 30 January 2020, then spend $3,000 or more on eligible purchases with each new Card within 90 days of their approval and you’ll get:

75,000 Velocity Points with your Westpac Platinum Mastercard®
15,000 Velocity Points with your American Express® Westpac Altitude Platinum Card.
We’ll also waive the first year’s annual Card fee on your American Express Card (usually $49).

Offer ends 30 January 2020 and excludes customers who hold/have held any Westpac Rewards credit card in the last 12 months^ or any American Express Westpac Altitude Card in the last 18 months.
The minimum income to apply for this bundle is $50,000.


Westpac Altitude Platinum Mastercard

Velocity Points earn rate on eligible purchases, uncapped6:
0.5 points per $1 spent in Australia and overseas

Annual Card fee: $150

Annual Altitude Velocity fee: $50

Variable purchase rate: 20.49% p.a.

Variable cash advance rate: 21.49% p.a.

Interest free days on purchases: Up to 45

Minimum credit limit: $6,000


Issued and serviced by Westpac

American Express Westpac Altitude Platinum Card

Velocity Points earn rate on eligible purchases, uncapped:

1 point per $1 spent in Australia
1.5 points per $1 spent in foreign currency
0.5 points per $1 spent at government bodies in Australia such as Australia Post & the Australian Taxation Office.
Annual Card fee: $0 in the first year, $49 thereafter**

Interest Rate on purchases: 20.24% p.a.

Cash advance rate: Cash advances are not available

Interest free days on purchases: Up to 45

Minimum credit limit: $3,000

Referral Links

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20K Qantas points for referrer and 10k Qantas Points for referee if referee has not held a Qantas Points earning Westpac Altitude credit card in the last 12 months

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closed Comments

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    “ spend $3,000 or more on eligible purchases with each new Card”

    Does this mean you have to spend $6k in total? That’s pretty high for only 90k points

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      I think it is based on
      75,000 Velocity Points with your Westpac Platinum Mastercard®
      15,000 Velocity Points with your American Express® Westpac Altitude Platinum Card
      So, just spend 3k on the Mastercard and get 75k points, dont bother with the AMEX 3k spend. Would be good if someone could check with Westpac to confirm

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    Didn't this bundle previously earn 100k velocity points?

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      No, previously 75k total (60k on the Mastercard)

  •  

    I think this one earns 100k if I'm not mistaken:

    https://www.westpac.com.au/personal-banking/credit-cards/rew...

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      Black Bundle gets 100k velocity points. Minimum income $75k.

      80,000 bonus Velocity Points when you apply, are approved and spend $4,000 on eligible purchases on the Mastercard® within 90 days of card approval.
      Annual Card fee: $250
      Annual Altitude Velocity fee: $50

      20,000 bonus Velocity Points when you apply, are approved and spend $3,000 on eligible purchases on the American Express Westpac Altitude Black Card within 90 days of Card approval.
      Annual Card fee: $99 in the first year, $199 thereafter

      4 lounge passes and 2 Economy X upgrades a year.

  •  

    Hmmmmm tempted.

    $900 worth of velocity points if valuing them conservatively at 1 cent each :-)

    $200 total annual fee in first year is OK :-)

    6k min spend :-(

    2 credit checks :-(

    :-|

    • -2 votes

      It will probably be just one credit check by Westpac
      See comment above about the 6k spend - I think 3k would get you 75k points.

  • +1 vote

    I've had this card bundle before. Though from memory the promo was 90k points with the westpac and 30k with amex for 120k total.

    It will be two seperate credit checks for those interested and 3k spend per card to attain bonus points.

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    I seem to recall 50 or 75 velocity Status Credits being a benefit previously, is that no longer a thing?

  •  

    https://www.ozbargain.com.au/node/474871 this is a much better deal.. 60k points $50 fee.. one credit check