Nobody likes paying tax, but using the right credit card to pay your dues – including income tax obligations and HECS debt repayments – could deliver you a bounty of Qantas or Virgin Australia frequent flyer points. Savvy business owners can use their business or corporate credit car...
POSTED 18 Jan, 2017 9 Comments
Still stuck for a good New Year’s resolution? Then vow to maximise your credit card frequent flyer points this year, along with the perks and privileges these credit cards can bring! Among the best benefits: free hotel status boosts, travel insurance, complimentary airport lounge access an...
POSTED 6 Jan, 2017 0 Comments
Christmas is just around the corner, and for many people, that means spending big on presents or booking travel to visit loved ones – so why not use that spending to help unlock a serve of frequent flyer points on a new credit card? We've rounded up the hottest deals promising big bonuses ...
POSTED 2 Dec, 2016 0 Comments
EXCLUSIVE | Bankwest has long had a ‘secret’ credit card – the Bankwest Qantas World MasterCard – but unless you were an existing customer chosen for an upgrade, there was never a way to apply for Bankwest’s top plastic. That was, until now. In a rejig of the bank&r...
POSTED 28 Nov, 2016 6 Comments
You could earn as many as 80,000 Qantas frequent flyer points this month simply by applying for a new credit card, thanks to offers from American Express, ANZ, Bankwest, Citibank and Westpac. Combining each bank's best offer, a precise 335,000 points are on the table – so if your wallet is...
POSTED 23 Aug, 2016 3 Comments
Nobody likes paying tax, but savvy travellers can earn enough frequent flyer points on their tax bill to take a free flight or an upgrade to business class. All you need to do is use the right credit card to settle your personal income tax obligations or chip away at that lingering university HE...
POSTED 24 Nov, 2015 28 Comments
Not every frequent flyer carries credit cards – some people, for varying reasons, choose and use a pre-paid debit card to collect Qantas points. Right now there are just two options for this: the official Qantas Cash card and the Bankwest Qantas Debit MasterCard. The former, of course, is...
POSTED 9 Mar, 2015 6 Comments
Sitting on a pile of Virgin Australia Velocity frequent flyer points? Now you can convert them into Singapore Airlines KrisFlyer miles and redeem them with United, Thai Airways, Air Canada and more! Or, if you’re a few points short of your next free flight or business class upgrade with Qa...
POSTED 22 Nov, 2014 6 Comments
Have you always wondered what a Qantas Frequent Flyer point was worth, or how you could take advantage of the Qantas ‘status bonus’ when flying with other airlines such as Emirates, Alaska Airlines and British Airways? That’s covered in this week’s wrap, along with how th...
POSTED 17 Oct, 2014 0 Comments
The special promotion to earn 10,000 free Qantas frequent flyer points through a new Bankwest Qantas Transaction Account is now closed. PREVIOUS | Bankwest is again giving away 10,000 Qantas frequent flyer points when signing up for a Bankwest Qantas Transaction Account and depositing ...
POSTED 14 Oct, 2014 2 Comments
When it comes to spending abroad, not all credit cards are created equal. It’s easy to be stung by international transaction fees upwards of 3.4%, but a few cards charm and delight travellers with either no forex fees or bonus frequent flyer points on their foreign spend. Depending on how...
POSTED 30 Jul, 2014 11 Comments
Bankwest customers can now earn Qantas points on their account balance and everyday spend with the launch of a new transaction account. For every $100 held in deposit at the end of each day, the Bankwest Qantas Transaction Account awards 0.4 points (credited monthly) – on a $3,056 balance,...
POSTED 8 Apr, 2014 1 Comment
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