In Australia, the highest publicly available American Express card is the Amex Platinum Charge card. Costing $1,450 per year, this card comes with some serious perks including airport lounge access and status with several hotel chains. But there's another Amex card that's so exclusive, you have to be invited to apply. The Amex Centurion card, which is physically made of … [Read more...]
Amex is a popular topic at the Australian Frequent Flyer. We provide tips, tricks and chat about the various Amex credit cards available in Australia.
While Amex cards are packed with features, we don't believe any of them should be considered to be the best travel credit card due to their high fees. Better options are cards such as the 28 Degree Master card with no forex fees.
Do you have an Amex Platinum or Amex Centurion card? If so, you can earn instant Singapore Airlines KrisFlyer Silver status and benefit from a fast-track to KrisFlyer Gold status! KrisFlyer Gold status not only comes with benefits when you fly with Singapore Airlines. You'll also enjoy Star Alliance Gold benefits when flying on any of the other 26 Star Alliance airlines, … [Read more...]
Amex cardholders in Australia and New Zealand will no longer be able to use their Priority Pass benefits at airport restaurants from 1 August 2019. In addition to airport lounge access, Priority Pass members normally receive a $36 food & beverage credit at participating airport bars, restaurants and cafes. Priority Pass began to partner with airport restaurants a few … [Read more...]
Last weekend, the much-anticipated changes to Amex Membership Rewards took effect. The rate at which you'll earn points on your Amex credit card has now changed, and in most cases, existing Amex Membership Rewards points are also now worth less. The Amex credit card devaluation has led to many AFF members reconsidering their credit card points earning strategies. Some have … [Read more...]
RewardPay and B2Bpay have both reduced their fees this week following the major changes to Amex credit cards from 15 April. But after such a significant devaluation to Amex Membership Rewards, this may not be enough for these services to remain competitive going forward. Services like RewardPay and B2Bpay offer customers the opportunity to pay bills such as ATO tax payments … [Read more...]