Citi Premier Qantas Mastercard: 80,000 Qantas Points ($4,000 Spend in 90 Days), $175 First Year Fee


Condition: To be eligible to receive 80,000 bonus Qantas Points, you must apply for the Citi Premier Qantas Credit Card by 29 June 2022, then spend a minimum of $4,000 on eligible Retail Purchases using your new card within 90 days from approval. Excludes Cash Advances, Balance Transfers, Special Promotions, interest, fees, refunds, Chargebacks and spend on a Linked Diners Club Card. The bonus Qantas Points will be credited to your Qantas Frequent Flyer membership account within 8 weeks of meeting the spend criteria. Your Citi Premier Qantas Credit Card must remain open, in good standing and enrolled in the Citi Qantas Rewards Program for the bonus Qantas Points to be awarded. All rewards are subject to the Terms and Conditions of the Citi Rewards Program. Qantas Points are defined in the Citi Rewards and Citi Qantas Rewards Program Terms and Conditions as Qantas Frequent Flyer Points. You must be a member of the Qantas Frequent Flyer Program and provide your membership number to us. A joining fee may apply. Membership and the earning and redemption of Qantas Points are subject to the Qantas Frequent Flyer program Terms and Conditions, available at Please note that if you have a balance transfer you will not be entitled to any interest free days on retail purchases. This means that all spend will be charged interest at the applicable annual percentage rate. This offer is valid until 29 June 2022. Post this advertised date; Citi reserves the right to continue, withdraw or change the offer at any time without notice.

$175 annual fee first year and each subsequent year when you spend $48,000 on eligible purchases and cash advances in the previous year, otherwise $350.

Update: Campaign extended to 31 August.

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  • does anyone know if this is a pro rata Annual fee ?

    • -2

      No. Only nab.

      • +1

        I got mine refunded

    • I dount the first year would be prorata, when I was with them they prorata my second year

    • +2

      I had this same card earlier this year, and requested a pro-rata annual fee refund after closing the account via web chat, and it was granted. YMMV

      • +2

        Same experience with me. $160 back after just over 1 month with them.

      • Thanks, helpful to know, how long did it take to get QFF points credited?

  • +4

    Annual Fee $175 is bit $$$

    • 800000 pts is more $$$$

  • +3

    Used to be 100k

    • -4

      Yep! Signed up like a month ago @ 100k

      • +3

        Not worth a neg surely

        • They’ve literally reduced the offering but done fresh marketing? In what book is that a “bargain” people should know that it’s normally 100k and perhaps should wait until it’s 100k again.

          • +2

            @PabloProuty: That literally happens all the time on ozbargain not limited to just credit card deals. So the ANZ offer of 160k qff means that every subsequent deal less than 160k qff should be negged? Righteo then

  • This one is a bit better:

    $2500 spend in 3 months
    $295 annual fee (but get $200 back)
    110,000 qantas points

    • +2

      Depends which bank one is upto during the churning cycle.

      For ANZ, this is better

      • $3000 spend in 3 months
        $425 annual fee (but get $225 back)
        160,000 qantas points

        That's $95 for 110,000 points -> 1157 points / $1 (first link)
        Compared to $200 for 160,000 points -> 800 points / $1 (second link)

        Is that right? How come the more expensive deal (second link) is better?

        • Really depends if you're going for highest amount of points earned per year (black is better), or higher points per dollar in fees (platinum is better).

          If you're going to use all the points you earn in a year, within the year, it might make sense to go for more points, but otherwise it might make sense to go better value per dollar on point earning. You decide.

  • +1

    Doesn't seem to have the usual 12 month exclusion for previous account holders?

    • +2

      Citi never did but people have been rejected and told to wait x months if apps were too soon. usually across citi products including white labelled cards.

      i've had multiple citi cards opened at a time before but usually try and wait 6 months between apps when all are closed.

      • I hold a Citi card long term, and cycled through around 5 other Citi or white labelled Citi cards in a row for points with no gap and sometimes overlapping. But my last 2 applications have now been rejected so I guess I should wait 6 months before applying again haha

        • Yes, same here. Used to able cycled thru their Rewards promo within short period (about 1 month after closed the other one). Just recently apply for one after closed the Suncorp card (backed by Citibank) and got first rejection.

      • Citi have now been acquired by NAB. Well their Australian business has. Lets see if that changes these requirements.

  • Would they waive AF if you bank with them already?

  • Thought Citi closed shop. But I guess this is a nab card

    • +1

      As you may have heard, National Australia Bank Limited (‘NAB’) entered into an agreement with Citigroup last year to acquire the Citi consumer banking business in Australia.

      The sale is subject to regulatory approval and we’re expecting the business to be transferred to NAB on 1 June 2022 (the ‘Transfer Date’).

      We would like to take this opportunity to provide you with some information about what this means for you.
      What does this mean?
      On and from the Transfer Date, NAB will be providing your Citi branded products and services.
      Citi has provided NAB with a licence to use the Citi brand from the Transfer Date. Citi will also provide some services to NAB for a transition period after the transfer. This means your products and services will continue to be Citi branded, and Citi may continue to have some involvement, but NAB will hold your deposits and be your credit provider.
      NAB will do this under its own Authorised Deposit-taking Institution Licence, Australian Financial Services Licence and Australian Credit Licence (as applicable), and will be the primary licensee in relation to these products and services.
      This transfer won’t change the way you generally use and manage your account or card, or the way you make repayments, aside from some changes to international funds transfers which we’ve explained below. You will be notified ahead of time, if there are changes to any current investments you may hold. For more details, visit
      You’ll be able to continue managing your accounts via the Citi Mobile® app and Citi Online, and the Customer Service Centre will continue to support you.
      Your PayID, BSB, account and card numbers will remain the same. If you make or receive international funds transfers and payments, please note that:
      The SWIFT/BIC code you currently use will change. So, if you wish to receive international funds transfers on or after the Transfer Date, the person sending you money will need to use the new SWIFT/BIC code NATAAU34 to avoid the funds being returned.
      There will be some changes to the currencies that will be supported. For more details on this, please visit
      Financial Claims Scheme
      As a result of NAB becoming the holder of your deposits, there will be some changes to how your money is protected under the Australian Government’s Financial Claims Scheme, which guarantees up to $250,000 per customer, per banking licence for certain types of deposit accounts.
      Applicable balances currently held with Citi are guaranteed up to $250,000 per customer. The sum of all account balances you also have with the NAB Group (NAB / 86 400 / UBank) is currently subject to a separate guarantee of up to $250,000 per customer under a banking licence belonging to NAB.
      Once Citi accounts move under NAB’s licence, a single guarantee of up to $250,000 will apply to your total applicable deposits with the NAB Group – whether the account is branded Citi, NAB, 86 400 or UBank. This means if you hold, or plan to hold, accounts with Citi, NAB, 86 400 and/or UBank, and your total balances across those accounts exceed $250,000, the balances above $250,000 will not be subject to protection under the scheme. The scheme does not apply to your non-AUD deposits.

      • Can i still get it with the qantas points even if i have the NAB card atm?

        • I imagine so. Everything I have read seems to imply that NAB has taken over the obligations, but for all intents and purposes, it’s still an independent bank.

          The banking systems and staffing is still completely separate.

  • Hey guys im a bit confused, am I eligible for the bonus if I hold Citi Rewards credit card, and then apply for this one?

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