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Question Qantas Premier Platinum - Statement period dates?

tdimdad

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A really simple question: what's the statement period for Qantas Premier Platinum, please? Would that be from the 1st of the month, N'th business day of the month (as many cards are) or by the card anniversary date? I'm attempting to prepare the spend timed accordingly so I get all six months covered for the bonus points.
 

ksthommo

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My last statement date was 12/01/2020. Not sure how the statement period dates are
worked out.
 

ramamba

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Just had my first statement, it was issued on anniversary of card approval. Wasn't a surprise to me as i called them after activating to confirm what the statement date was on my account. Recommend you do the same.
 

kookaburra75

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Just had my first statement, it was issued on anniversary of card approval. Wasn't a surprise to me as i called them after activating to confirm what the statement date was on my account. Recommend you do the same.
Same here, it's the 18th of the month
 

tdimdad

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Thanks, all! That's one good way for them to ensure you'll spread your spend evenly, especially if you're interested in any sign-up bonus points. Having, say, a week long first statement period would allow you to meet the full spend criteria in less than six months, so it makes sense to Citibank to stretch them out.
 

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