Qantas Frequent Flyer credit card offers to know about

Pocket up to 120,000 Qantas Points and a swag of benefits with one frequent flyer credit card sign up, including limited-time offers.

2021 is here, and with the new year come many opportunities to boost your Qantas Points balance!

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Right now, you could score up to 120,000 bonus points with one Qantas Frequent Flyer credit card sign up – enough to take off in style. And while flying might be off the cards for now, there are so many different ways you could redeem points on the ground.

Better still, Qantas Points don't expire – so long as you collect or use at least one point once every 18 months. So it's easy to earn now and burn later.

Discover this month's featured credit card deals now:

Are you in the market for a credit card that's packed with perks – plus a serious serve of bonus points to boot? For a limited time, pocket 100,000 Qantas Points with the Qantas American Express Ultimate Card.

The bonus Qantas Points are yours when you apply by 5 April 2021, are approved and spend $3,000 within 3 months (new card members only).

What's to love:

Beyond the sign on bonus, receive a $450 Qantas Travel Credit to spend at American Express Travel each year. By using the Qantas Travel Credit each year, you’ll fully offset the cost of the $450 annual fee.

Plus, get two complimentary Qantas Club lounge invitations each year and earn up to 2.25 Qantas Points per $1 on spend (uncapped).

Am I eligible?

This offer is available to new card members only. To apply for this card, you'll need to have an annual income of $65,000 or more. You must be an Australian citizen or permanent resident or hold a long term visa. Long term means 12 months or more and does not include a student visa.

Pocket 120,000 bonus Qantas Points and $200 back to your new ANZ Frequent Flyer Black when you spend $2,500 on eligible purchases in the first 3 months from approval. New card. T&Cs, eligibility criteria, fees & charges apply (including annual fee, currently $425).

What's to love:

Along with the hefty sign on bonus, the ANZ Frequent Flyer Black comes with a range of ongoing benefits. This includes ANZ's highest Qantas points earn rate, two complimentary Qantas Club Lounge passes each year and access to a range of insurances.

Am I eligible?

To be eligible to receive the 120,000 bonus Qantas Points, you must not currently hold or have opened or closed an ANZ Frequent Flyer card in the past 12 months.

If you've held an ANZ Rewards card or another type of ANZ credit card in the past 12 months (such as the ANZ Rewards Travel Adventures card), this does not preclude you from earning the bonus points on the ANZ Frequent Flyer Black.

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10 thoughts on “Qantas Frequent Flyer credit card offers to know about”

  1. Hi Adele
    I recently saw an offer for a Qantas Amex card with 50 bonus status credits plus some points.
    I now can’t seem to find it on either the Amex or Qantas websites.
    Is is still available? If so, how do I access it and what’s the expiry date?
    Thanks so much.
    I really enjoy your emails

  2. Hi

    Just wanted to double check(simple person that I am) I currently hold an ANZ travellers rewards card with velocity. Am I still eligible for the bonus points if I sign up with qantas to the Anz black?


    1. Hi Andrew, yes, the ANZ Rewards Travel Adventures Card is aligned to a different loyalty program, so this won’t preclude you from receiving the bonus points on the AZnZ a Frequent Flyer Black.

  3. I have around 500,000 Qantas points which I’ve been saving up for years. I’m wondering if I’m better to use these for upgrades or outright redemptions. I’ve heard upgrades are difficult to get nowdays, and would be interested in your thoughts.

    1. Hi Selina, if you don’t hold elite Qantas status, upgrades can be very difficult to achieve, particularly on popular routes. Qantas prioritises travellers based on status and ticket type, so it’s very much a ‘lottery’. Bear in mind also, that you still need to pay for a ticket outright to redeem your points in this way. Planning in advance to use your points on a classic award flight usually makes more sense. Best of luck finding your dream redemption!

  4. Great article. It never ceases to amaze me how some people complain about Qantas Points being useless, and low availability of award seats. I’ve redeemed two first class seats Melbourne to London with Qantas this year already, and will continue to aim for an earn of 500k points per year, mainly via cycling through card offers with large sign on bonuses and low annual fees.

  5. Great information thank you as I have so many points and really find it hard to ever book international travel with them.

    1. Thanks Stephen. We’ll have a post outlining the best award seats available to book with Qantas Points coming out shortly, so stay tuned!

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