Prepared to be surprised then. You need to be on a lot more than that in many professional roles before you get J, let alone F.I'd have thought that most people who earn a minimum of $200k a year would have the sort of job that would pay for their travel, probably in First or Business,....
Any thoughts/confirmation on if a sign up with an existing QANTAS PREMIER PLATINUM would still allow the bonus points? I'd take a 1 year hit if it comes with the points, else, expensive exercise...
Can it function as a boarding pass?Approved and card on it's way - would love to bring it along tomorrow night and wave it in front of a couple of QF WPs - tickles my fancy since I have not had my rear end on a QF seat for over 10yrs except 3 or 4 F rdpts MEL-LAX/LAX-MEL
$100 Ann Fee per Additional Cardholder? I was planning on adding 3 or 4 just for souvenirs for them - any other cards charge an Ann Fee for Additional / Supplementary Cardholders?NFI - but it will be a good souvenir when I cancel before 1st anniversary to sit alongside other grossly overpriced under delivering metal cards like Centurion.
Told no deal for existing members, as expected.
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Totally not worth it if there is zero intention for Additional Cardholder/s to ever fly QF. Seriously nice looking card though - nice little suite lined up against Cent and Amex Plat - but CVC number on rear is almost invisible - only way to see it is move card until you can get light reflection to bounce off the CVC number to see it.The $100 for additional cards is a pain - however worth it as they to get the 20% extra status credits