Card Promotions Qantas Premier Titanium card (150k QFF points, $1,200 annual fee)

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Bilton

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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,....
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.
 

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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...

  1. The 150,000 bonus Qantas Points are not awarded to account holders who already hold a Qantas Premier Everyday or Qantas Premier Platinum credit card and change their account to Qantas Premier Titanium.
That answers that.

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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
 

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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
Can it function as a boarding pass?
 
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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.
$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?
 
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ANZ does.
Yup it is irritating. I wanted an additional card for my mother to use but i refuse to pay extra for it. I saved my ANZ card details in Google Pay, and have given her the actual card to use. Obviously for any online payments, one does not need the card.
 

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Amex stopped doing it ages ago. Diners (rare nowadays) still do as well.
 

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Told no deal for existing members, as expected.

Spoke on phone to rep, was told the same again. Was also told that there's nothing preventing me cancelling my account and signing up again, and I will be eligible for bonus points if I do so...no refund on existing membership already paid..urgh..
 

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The $100 for additional cards is a pain - however worth it as they to get the 20% extra status credits
 
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The $100 for additional cards is a pain - however worth it as they to get the 20% extra status credits
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.
 
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