• The best Mastercard, Visa credit cards to pair with your AMEX

    American Express is accepted in many places, but there are still times when you’ll need to swipe your Mastercard or Visa instead – and that’s where having a solid back-up option to your AMEX card can keep you earning a respectable number of points. Australian Business Traveller...

    POSTED 16 Aug, 2017 8 Comments

  • Getting the most from the ANZ Rewards credit card program

    ANZ partners with a variety of frequent flyer programs to let its cardholders earn points on every credit card transaction they make, from Virgin Australia Velocity to neighbouring Air New Zealand Airpoints through to Cathay Pacific Asia Miles and even Singapore Airlines KrisFlyer. Members of th...

    POSTED 15 Aug, 2017 3 Comments

  • Top five Qantas Frequent Flyer credit card sign-up offers

    It may be the middle winter, but that doesn't mean your balance of Qantas Frequent Flyer points needs to freeze over – with over half a million Qantas Points on the table under these top offers from American Express, ANZ, NAB and Westpac. Even just one card application can furnish up to 12...

    POSTED 26 Jul, 2017 4 Comments

  • July's top Virgin Australia Velocity credit card sign-up deals

    With the Reserve Bank's cuts to credit card 'interchange fees' now in force, many Australian credit card issuers are vying to make their cards appealing to points-savvy spenders, with over 700,000 Virgin Australia Velocity points currently on the table through an array of top offers from American...

    POSTED 18 Jul, 2017 1 Comment

  • The top credit cards for earning Virgin Australia Velocity points

    Banks across Australia are making substantial changes to the way that credit card users can earn frequent flyer points – but even if your current card is in the firing line, you can still scoop up a solid number of Virgin Australia Velocity points on your everyday spends. For instance, you...

    POSTED 10 Jul, 2017 6 Comments

  • Earn bonus Qantas status credits with a new ANZ credit card

    Qantas status credits are normally given as a reward for flying with the Roo and its alliance partners, and help you climb the ladder to Silver, Gold and even Platinum frequent flyer status – but thanks to ANZ, there’s also a sneaky way you can earn some bonus status credits through y...

    POSTED 21 Jun, 2017 0 Comments

  • Top five credit cards for earning Qantas frequent flyer points

    Banks across Australia are cutting the number of frequent flyer points that credit card users can earn in response to the Reserve Bank’s new cap on credit card ‘interchange fees’ – so if your existing plastic is about to become less fantastic, it's time to make a move. Fo...

    POSTED 20 Jun, 2017 9 Comments

  • Top Qantas frequent flyer credit card sign-up deals

    In the market for a new credit card with a sizeable chunk of bonus points on the side? Then peruse these latest offers from American Express, ANZ, Bank of Melbourne, Citibank, HSBC, Qantas Money, St. George and Westpac, with collectively place over 700,000 Qantas Points on the table. Even one ca...

    POSTED 16 Jun, 2017 4 Comments

  • Top Australian credit cards for earning Cathay Pacific Asia Miles

    Using Cathay Pacific’s Asia Miles program is a great way to upgrade from economy to premium economy, onward to business class or even from business class to first class with the airline – or to book flights with Cathay Pacific and its Oneworld partners including Qantas, British Airway...

    POSTED 15 Jun, 2017 5 Comments

  • How the Qantas Premier Mastercard stacks up to the competition

    The new Qantas Premier Mastercard offers up to 1.5 Qantas frequent flyer points per dollar spent, a bonus of 60,000 Qantas Points for eligible new cardholders, further bonus points when booking Qantas flights and airport lounge passes. It's a decent feature set – but how does the airline's...

    POSTED 14 Jun, 2017 22 Comments


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