• 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

  • 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

  • This month's best Virgin Australia Velocity credit card deals

    Winter has just arrived, but that doesn't mean the country's credit card frequent flyer points are about to ice over, with generous offers from American Express, ANZ, Bank of Melbourne, Citibank, NAB, St. George, Virgin Money and Westpac placing over 650,000 Virgin Australia Velocity points on th...

    POSTED 7 Jun, 2017 2 Comments

  • May's top five Virgin Australia Velocity credit card deals

    Just because winter is near doesn't mean your credit card frequent flyer points need lose their summer glow, with American Express, ANZ, Citibank, NAB, Virgin Money and Westpac placing almost 600,000 Virgin Australia Velocity points on the table for eligible new customers. You could even earn as...

    POSTED 17 May, 2017 4 Comments

  • The top 5 Virgin Australia Velocity credit card deals this April

    Velocity frequent flyer points are your ticket to flying business class with Virgin Australia and its web of partner airlines including Singapore Airlines and Etihad Airways – so if you're in the market for a new credit card, signing up for the right one can deliver a hefty bounty of bonus ...

    POSTED 11 Apr, 2017 2 Comments

  • Citibank, Diners Club, Virgin Money overhaul credit card points

    The number of frequent flyer points earned per dollar spent on Citibank credit cards is about to change as the world’s largest credit card issuer readies itself for the Reserve Bank of Australia’s cuts to credit card ‘interchange fees’ in July. Read: How the interchange c...

    POSTED 4 Apr, 2017 16 Comments

  • March's top five Virgin Australia Velocity credit card deals

    In the market for a new credit card that earns Virgin Australia Velocity frequent flyer points? Then take a look at this month's top credit card sign-up deals from American Express, Citibank, NAB and Virgin Money, which together place over 300,000 Velocity points on the table with as many as 100...

    POSTED 5 Mar, 2017 0 Comments

  • February's hottest Virgin Australia Velocity credit card deals

    Summer continues to bring sizzling Virgin Australia Velocity credit card sign-up deals to the plate, with up to 100,000 Velocity points to be had from a single card application and an impressive 280,000 Velocity points on the table among these top offers. What's more, American Express Australia ...

    POSTED 22 Feb, 2017 1 Comment

  • The top five Virgin Australia credit card deals this January

    Stuck with an old credit card that's not earning you points like it used to? Then take a look at these top Virgin Australia credit card offers from American Express Australia, Westpac and Virgin Money, with up to three Velocity points to be earned per dollar spent and up to 100,000 Velocity poin...

    POSTED 13 Jan, 2017 4 Comments

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