If you have a Coles Rewards MasterCard credit card, now is your last chance to earn Flybuys points for ATO tax payments. From 5 March 2018, the card will no longer award points for "government related transactions" including tax payments. The change coincides with Citibank taking over the Coles Rewards MasterCard from Latitude Financial Services, which will also happen on 5 … [Read more...]
Citibank is a popular topic at the Australian Frequent Flyer. We provide tips, tricks and chat about the various Citibank credit cards available in Australia.
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Qantas has expanded its ever-growing frequent flyer empire into the competitive credit card market with the launch of the airline's own credit card. The Qantas Premier card, which is underwritten by Citibank, offers a reasonably competitive earn rate and various other perks, including airport lounge passes. But not everyone is convinced it's worth the $299 annual fee. For … [Read more...]
Citibank's Rewards Program will undergo a significant devaluation from June. Not only is Citibank changing the rates at which credit card points are earned... they are also increasing the number of Citi Rewards points required when redeeming or transferring points. This means that even existing points balances are affected by the changes. The new rates come into effect from … [Read more...]
Following a resounding backlash from AFF members, Citibank has reversed its snap decision to slash the rate at which Citi Rewards points can be transferred to airline frequent flyer programs. Last week, Citibank provided no notice before increasing the number of the Citi Rewards points required for a transfer to Velocity Frequent Flyer and Singapore’s KrisFlyer program by up … [Read more...]
It appears that the old adage “it’s hard to get good help” rings true in some situations with one member complaining about the customer service (or lack thereof) experienced at Citibank. This member was flummoxed that the customer service representative required the full year (including the century!) of birth when verifying credit card accounts. Our members jump to share … [Read more...]