The Coles Rewards MasterCard credit card has been an unlikely favourite with overseas travellers in recent years. With a relatively low $99 annual fee, this no-frills credit card has no international transaction fees. It also awards 2 Flybuys points per $1 spent. Flybuys points can be converted to Velocity Frequent Flyer points, making the card one of the better earners for … [Read more...]
Frequent Flyer Credit Cards
Here we provide tips, tricks and chat about Frequent Flyer Credit cards. This is probably the most common way to earn tens of thousands of frequent flyer points, and you never even need to get onboard an aircraft!
Unfortunately, most Australian Frequent Flyer credit cards have high fees when transacting in foreign currency. Cards which don't have these fees include the 28 Degree Mastercard and the humble Coles Mastercard.
Opportunities to earn Qantas status credits at Woolworths or BP may have ended, but there's still a way to earn Qantas status credits on the ground. Thanks to a current Qantas Premier Platinum credit card offer, you can now earn 75 status credits – plus a handy 100,000 bonus Qantas Frequent Flyer points – for as little as $199. Those status credits could help you to attain … [Read more...]
The ANZ Rewards Travel Adventures credit card will no longer come with a complimentary annual return Virgin Australia flight or Virgin Australia lounge passes from December 2020. As a result of this change, the ANZ Rewards Travel Adventures annual fee will also be reduced from $225 to $120. But the loss of the Virgin flight and lounge benefits makes this product … [Read more...]
Velocity Frequent Flyer has launched a new offer of 20% bonus points when transferring points from selected credit card and hotel loyalty programs. It comes just days after the sale of Virgin Australia to Bain Capital was approved, paving the way for Virgin Australia to emerge from voluntary administration by the end of October. With the current offer, which runs from 7-20 … [Read more...]
American Express is removing the $400 annual travel credit that comes with its Amex Platinum Reserve credit card in Australia. The change will apply to new Amex Platinum Reserve cardholders that are approved on or after 26 August 2020. From this date, new Platinum Reserve card members will no longer receive the current $400 travel credit each year. To compensate, new Amex … [Read more...]