• Earning points with the AMEX Qantas Business Rewards Card

    Your business could be earning uncapped Qantas Points on its everyday spend with the new American Express Qantas Business Rewards Card: delivering up to two Qantas Points per dollar spent on purchases, triple Qantas Points on flights and 100,000 bonus Qantas Points for eligible new customers...

    POSTED 17 Oct, 2017 0 Comments

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

    Like the leaves on the trees this spring, your Virgin Australia Velocity Frequent Flyer points balance could also be growing this October thanks to a number of top credit card sign-up offers which place a very cool 650,000 Velocity points on the table between them. Just one application this mont...

    POSTED 16 Oct, 2017 2 Comments

  • Earn up to 100 status credits with AMEX Velocity Platinum Card

    Virgin Australia Velocity Frequent Flyer members can now earn 100 bonus status credits each year through the American Express Velocity Platinum credit card. Unlike frequent flyer points, status credits can’t be spent on reward flights or upgrades to business class: instead, they’re u...

    POSTED 11 Oct, 2017 7 Comments

  • October's top Qantas Frequent Flyer credit card sign-up deals

    With the dust now having settled following the Reserve Bank of Australia's new caps on credit card interchange fees, many Aussies are hunting for a new credit card to keep their points flowing in – and one of the easiest ways to earn those points from plastic is when signing up to a new pro...

    POSTED 10 Oct, 2017 0 Comments

  • Which Australian banks support Apple Pay credit card payments?

    Fifty-two Australian banks and credit unions now support digital credit and debit card payments via Apple Pay, but is your card issuer among them? At the forefront: American Express Australia and ANZ, both early adopters of Apple Pay and which allow customers to link their credit or charge card ...

    POSTED 10 Oct, 2017 21 Comments

  • Australia’s best dual credit card account: Westpac Altitude Black

    Credit cards can be a great way to earn frequent flyer points, but keeping track of your purchases, points and outstanding balances across multiple credit card accounts can be time-consuming – and that’s where ‘dual’ credit card accounts come in handy. With both an Americ...

    POSTED 5 Oct, 2017 10 Comments

  • Best credit cards for earning Starwood Preferred Guest Starpoints

    Only a handful of Australian credit cards allow customers to earn Starwood Preferred Guest (SPG) Starpoints, but it’s a great option to have for advanced, points-savvy spenders, as it opens the door to a host of global frequent flyer programs and even comes with bonus points every time you ...

    POSTED 28 Sep, 2017 5 Comments

  • Your guide to the St. George, BoM, BankSA Amplify Rewards program

    Fancy earning frequent flyer points with Virgin Australia Velocity, Singapore Airlines KrisFlyer or Malaysia Airlines Enrich from your Visa credit card spend? Then take a look at the Amplify Rewards program attached to eligible credit cards issued by St. George, Bank of Melbourne and BankSA. Use...

    POSTED 26 Sep, 2017 0 Comments

  • The best Virgin Australia Velocity credit card sign-up deals

    American Express, Virgin Money and Westpac are going strong on credit card sign-up offers this month, placing over half a million Velocity points on the table for eligible new customers who apply for a new Virgin Australia points-earning credit card this September. Whether you're looking to maxi...

    POSTED 21 Sep, 2017 2 Comments

  • The best Australian credit cards for earning Etihad Guest miles

    Even if you don't fly with Etihad Airways, its Etihad Guest frequent flyer scheme is great for booking Virgin Australia reward flights, as the number of Etihad Guest miles needed for a journey is often lower than the number of Velocity points required to book the same route. What's more, there a...

    POSTED 19 Sep, 2017 2 Comments

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