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Orange One Credit Card - $100 Bonus (5 Eligible Purchases by 30 June 2021 Required), $0 Annual Fee @ ING


Seems like a targeted deal as I couldn't find details about this on the ING website.

  1. Apply for an Orange One Low Rate credit card by logging into ing.com.au or using the ING app.

  2. Once approved, make 5 eligible purchases with your new Orange One Low Rate card by 30 June 2021.

To qualify for the bonus offer you must apply and be approved for a new Orange One Low Rate credit card and make 5 eligible purchases before 30 June 2021. Eligible purchases does not include cash transactions (including cash withdrawals from an ATM or over the counter at a bank or cash provider, pseudo cash transactions e.g. gambling, mobile phone top ups and foreign currency and travellers cheques), any purchases refunded, interest, default charges, insurance premiums and other fees and charges debited to your Orange One Account, and any BPay transactions or transactions made which result in spending that exceeds the credit limit it any one month. The $100 bonus will be paid as a rebate into your Orange Everyday account within 60 days of meeting the spend criteria. Existing ING customers who currently hold an Orange One credit card are not eligible for this offer.

$0 Annual Fee

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Referral: random (780)

Referrer and referee will each receive $100 for opening new Orange Everyday & Saving Maximiser Accounts ($1k deposit + 5 card transactions/month required). Confirm with the referrer (person you PM) that they have a $100 referral code (ends 31/7/21). Do not participate in the referral system if you do not have a $100 referral code.

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  • +2 votes

    I got the email, we have our mortgage with them.

    But we use our good old Citi Signature card ($0 deal from years ago) and get the points.

  • +1 vote

    Damn, I got one like three months ago.

  • +1 vote

    They reject my application maybe because I am a casual at the moment.
    I will see what I can do when I become a part-time.

    • +2 votes

      i was permanent part time (was in that job for 11 years) when they first introduced the card and i applied. got rejected but they didn't tell me why. either i didn't earn enough, had too many other credit cards (amex, 28 degrees, bankwest cc), didn't spend enough or didn't like that i paid them all off on time, every time.

    • +2 votes

      I was full time earning $85K/yr with no other credit cards or loans, had my pay and all bills come out of my ING accounts and they rejected me. Who knows how they work.

  • +9 votes

    Is it only me, the lion looks sad


    They offered to me, I will take up their offer and collect $100


    Is the 5 transaction requirement shared between the orange everyday account?

    • +1 vote

      You mean two different cards, same account?
      Then yes.


    I just did application and I also got a complementary upgrade to Platinum. Remember to ask for a credit limit of more than $6,000 .

    "Complimentary Upgrade
    If approved for a credit limit of $6,000 or more, you will receive an Orange One Low Rate Platinum card with access to complimentary international travel insurance. Fees and charges are the same for both Orange One Low Rate Classic and Low Rate Platinum."

    It's nice but I'm still just after the $100.


      username checks out for sure


    Applied and got approved. Alot of requirements needed but worth it i guess 😷👌🏾


    Do they do a credit check even if you already bank with them?

    • +1 vote

      Yes they do