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NAB Qantas Rewards Premium Credit Card

5 reviews
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Earn rate per $1

0.67 points
16.77% Complete (success)
Qantas Frequent Flyer

Bonus points

30,000 points
30,000% Complete (success)

Annual fee

$250
p.a.
250% Complete (success)

Pros

Earn 30,000 bonus Qantas Points on a new NAB Qantas Rewards Premium Card when you spend $2,500 on everyday purchases within 60 days of account opening

Earn rewards points on your purchases

Complimentary Qantas flyer membership

Range of complimentary insurance covers

Cons

Earn 1 point per $1.50 spent up to $3,000 then 1 point per $3 spent

Points capped at $6,000 per statement period

High annual fee of $250

Cash advance fee of 2% or $2.50. Whichever is greater

Balance transfers reverts to the cash advance rate of 21.74% p.a. after the intro period.

NAB Qantas Rewards Premium Credit Card

Earn 30,000 bonus Qantas Points on a new NAB Qantas Rewards Premium Card when you spend $2,500 on everyday purchases within 60 days of account opening. Earn 1 Qantas Points per $1.50 spent up to $3,000. Then the earn rate is 1 Qantas Point per $3 from $3,001. Capped at $6,000 per month. Benefits of the card include one free additional cardholder, Visa PayWave, 24/7 Concierge Service, emergency assistance, and special offers on entertainment, dining and shopping.

Using the card to purchase selected Qantas products and services will also earn additional bonus points. Points can be redeemed for a range of flights, accommodation and entertainment, and as a cardholder, you will even get free membership to the Qantas Frequent Flyer program, with a saving of $89.50. Cardholders also benefit from a wide range of complimentary insurances, including overseas travel insurance, interstate flight insurance, transport accident insurance, domestic hotel burglary insurance, purchase protection, price protection and extended warranty.

Key features

  • Earn 30,000 bonus Qantas Points on a new NAB Qantas Rewards Premium Card when you spend $2,500 on everyday purchases within 60 days of account opening
  • Earn 1 Qantas Points per $1.50 spent up to $3,000. Then earn 1 Qantas Point per $3 from $3,001 - $6,000
  • Points earning capped at $6,000 per statement period.
  • Free Qantas Flyer program membership
  • 24/7 Concierge service
  • 7 types of complimentary insurance
  • 0% p.a. on balance transfers for 6 months. One off 2% balance transfer fee. Balance transfer reverts to cash advance rate. Minimum monthly repayments are required.
  • Rates
    48%
  • Fees
    41%
  • Rewards
    63%
  • Customer Service
    70%
  • Value
    55%
80% of customers who have rated this card would recommend it
Overall customer rating 55%
5 reviews

0% Visitor | 15 June 2016

seems a nice card, unfortunately the complementary travel insurance, medical benefits are not there for the over 76 years og age.

Does not recommend this card

76% Visitor | 18 April 2013

Depending on what you're looking for and when you take up this offer (I got 38,000 bonus points just for joining) this is one of the best cards on the market. 38,000!! Sure, high annual fee but this is offset by many benefits. Save your money, use your card, no fees incurred and point accrued. Win for you, lose for them =)

Recommends this card

Interest Rates
Purchase rate 19.99% p.a.
Cash advance rate 21.74% p.a.
Interest free on purchases up to 44 days
Balance Transfer
Balance transfer rate 0% p.a. for 6 months
Balance transfer fee 2% one off
Balance transfer revert rate 21.74% p.a.
Balance transfer limit 90% of your approved new credit limit
Balance transfer from personal loan N/A
Banks you can't balance transfer from NAB
Credit limits
Minimum credit limit $6,000
Maximum credit limit N/A
Fees & repayments
Annual fee $250 p.a.
Additional cardholder fee $0 p.a.
Cash advance fee 2%
Foreign transaction fee 3%
Late payment fee $15
Credit card type Visa
Rewards program
Rewards program Qantas Frequent Flyer Qantas Frequent Flyer
Bonus points 30,000 Qantas points
Annual points cap 72,000
Bonus points spend criteria Spend $2,500 in first 60 days
Earning points with this card
Qantas points 0.67 points per $1 spent
Overseas earn rate same as standard earn rate
Points cap per month Capped at $3000, then 0.335 pts per $1 spent
Complimentary insurance
Overseas travel insurance yes - up to months
Flight inconvenience insurance Yes
Transport accident cover Yes
Smartphone screen insurance No
Purchase protection insurance Yes
Extended warranty insurance Yes
Rental vehicle excess cover No
Extras
Domestic hotel burglary insurance
Free Qantas Frequent Flyer membership (save $89.50)

The NAB Qantas Rewards Premium Credit Card

With 30,000 bonus Qantas Points and 0% p.a. on balance transfers for six months on offer, there is certainly a lot to love about the NAB Qantas Rewards Premium Credit Card. As a cardholder, you can also enjoy a decent earn rate on everyday spending, a full suite of complimentary insurance covers, Visa Front Line access and the service of a personal Platinum Concierge.

What we love...

One of the most enticing aspects of the NAB Qantas Rewards Premium Credit Card has to be its bonus points offer. With 30,000 bonus Qantas Points available to new cardholders, all you have to do is spend $2,500 on the card within 60 days of account opening to benefit. As long as you manage this, your bonus points will be credited to your account within three months.

What will 30,000 Qantas Points actually get you? With 28,000 Qantas Points you could fly from Sydney to Phuket, from Perth to Taipei, or from Melbourne to Hong Kong. Or, you could head to the Qantas Store to pick up Bose SoundSport In-Ear Headphones, a Breville Aroma Style Electronic Coffee Machine, or an Oroton Estate mini tote for less than your 30,000 Qantas Points bonus.

In terms of introductory offers, the NAB Qantas Rewards Premium Credit Card has yet more to offer. If you want to pay down existing credit card debt, you could take advantage of 0% p.a. on balance transfers for six months. This could help you save on interest, while you work on clearing that debt.

As a rewards card, the NAB Qantas Rewards Premium Credit Card is pretty straightforward. You will earn 1 Qantas Point per $1.50 on the first $3,000 of each statement period, 1 Qantas Point per $3 on the next $3000, to be capped at $6,000. You can also benefit from complimentary Qantas Frequent Flyer membership, if you’re not already a member, saving you $89.50.

Plus, you can earn additional points when using your card to make purchases directly with Qantas. You will earn 1 additional Bonus Point for every $1 spent in Australia on Qantas flights booked directly through qantas.com, Qantas Contact Centres and selected travel agents; on Qantas Club membership, joining and annual fees; on Qantas Gift Vouchers; and on purchases made through qantasstore.com.au, qantasshop.com.au and qantasepiqure.com.au.

What’s not so great...

While there is a lot to love about the NAB Qantas Rewards Premium Credit Card, there is plenty to be aware of. If you sign up for the balance transfer offer, you will pay a 2% balance transfer fee, and if you don’t pay off your transferred balance, it will revert to the card’s cash advance rate at the end of the six month intro period.

In terms of interest, this card has a relatively high purchase rate and cash advance rate, so it’s best not to carry a balance month to month. There is also a substantial annual fee to cover each year, but this should only become an issue if you’re not able to afford it, or you’re not getting your money’s worth.

One way to find out if a card offers value is to think about what it offers. For some cardholders, this card’s tiered points system and points capping will simply not offer the value they need. For others, the card’s rewards system and additional features will more than make up for the higher annual fee.

Why should you choose this card?

If you want a rewards card that earns Qantas Points on everyday spending, the NAB Qantas Rewards Premium Credit Card could be ideal. Although the annual fee is significant, you can choose to add one additional cardholder at no extra charge, to help you earn points faster.

As for additional features, you will have access to a personal concierge service, and advance ticket reservations with Visa Front Line access. Plus, you can benefit from some extra peace of mind, with the following complimentary insurance covers:

  • Overseas travel insurance
  • Transport accident insurance
  • Interstate flight inconvenience insurance
  • Domestic hotel burglary insurance
  • Purchase protection insurance
  • Extended warranty insurance
  • Price protection insurance

Overall Rating

An excellent rewards card, the NAB Qantas Rewards Premium Credit Card allows you to earn Qantas Points on everyday spending, while benefiting from extras such as 30,000 bonus Qantas Points, 0% p.a. on balance transfers for six months, complimentary insurances, a Platinum Concierge and Visa Front Line access.

13 questions (showing the latest 10 Q&As)

Kristina Sekine

Kristina Sekine

26 October 2018
I need a Membership number Award Card . how can I get that red colour AWARD card. Qantas Visa card. Thank you for your help. kristina
    Roland B Bleyer - CreditCard.com.au Founder

    Roland

    29 October 2018
    Hi Kristina, are you looking for your standard Qantas Frequent Flyer Red Card that comes with your Qantas membership? If yes then call Qantas Frequent Flyer Support on 1800 227 4220. If you are looking for a new Qantas credit card let me know and I can provide some suggestions.
Estelle

Estelle

1 May 2018
I currently hold a NAB Qantas Platinum One card .....but I cannot find that type of card on the list.....is my card outdated?
    Roland B Bleyer - CreditCard.com.au Founder

    Roland

    2 May 2018
    Hi Estelle, they must have replaced your card at some time with another. NAB have rebranded their reward cards a number of times of over the past few years. To compare, you will need to review the rates and fees for your current card. They may be different but generally should fit in with one of the current NAB Qantas credit cards. Let me know if you require any further assistance. Bottom line I think its a good time to review your credit card and see if you are getting the best deal.
Sonia hill

Sonia hill

16 April 2018
Do you loose qantas points when I transfer my credit card cash spent to qantas points?
    Roland B Bleyer - CreditCard.com.au Founder

    Roland

    18 April 2018
    Hi Sonia, if you are talking about cash advance. If you pull cash out of your card then you do not earn Qantas points. Once Qantas points are placed in your Qantas frequent flyer account. You cannot lose them as long as the account is active over an 18 month period.
Joy McCurrach

Joy McCurrach

10 November 2017
I have lost my frequent flyer card (as has my husband, Kenneth McCurrach) How do I obtain a replacement?
    Roland B Bleyer - CreditCard.com.au Founder

    Roland

    13 November 2017
    Hi Joy, To request a replacement Frequent Flyer Card, call the Frequent Flyer Service Centre and speak to a Qantas consultants. Please ensure you have your membership number available when calling. Before calling, ensure your address details are correct by visiting Your Profile. 1300 305 747
Ash

Ash

13 November 2016
Does it allow for an additional card holder so another set of cards? If so, at what cost?
    Roland B Bleyer - CreditCard.com.au Founder

    Roland

    14 November 2016
    Hi Ash, you can have an another card holder with $0 annual fee on this product. Though I believe you are limited to just 1 additional card.
alan higgins

alan higgins

13 June 2016
complementary travel insurance . what is the minimum amount required to be paid for by the card for any one trip
    Roland B Bleyer - CreditCard.com.au Founder

    Roland

    14 June 2016
    Hi Alan, you need to make a minimum of $500 in purchases.You (or the accompanying NAB Cardholder) had purchased on a NAB card a minimum of $500* (inclusive of taxes and other charges) of pre-booked transport costs (airfares and/or cruise) and/or land content (tours, hire cars or other hired transport and accommodation) prior to the commencement of the trip. The purchase must be debited to a NAB Card prior to your departure from Australia.
Janis

Janis

30 November 2015
I currently have an ANZ Visa Qantas Frequent Flyer card, however, the FF points are now capped at 1,000 every monthly statement period. As I use this card for all sorts of purchases and pay it off every month in full, I wan a better return on FF points. Average monthly spend would be approx. $7K. Would this card be a good replacement?
    Roland B Bleyer - CreditCard.com.au Founder

    Roland

    1 December 2015
    Hi Janis - with the bonus points, 1.5 Qantas points on the AMEX version and high points cap per statement period, this is a good offer. 1.5 Qantas points is the highest earn rate possible on standard purchases. Therefore if you can use the AMEX in most cases, this is a real winner. The insurance offering is also comprehensive. Best of luck with your application.
Jan Segal

Jan Segal

27 August 2015
I have a Westpac Black earth card now but they are stopping this card. We are retired but have money in UBank. We hav had this card now for 20 years and have paid back in time every month. We have a limit of $34500 on the card. Is it possible to get the platinum qantas card the same as what we have already. We travel overseas for 6 months every year and we put all the travel costs on that card. We return to Australia on 1 November 2015 and would like to organise to close the Westpac and open the Nab Qantas Platimun card. Thanks Jan Also looking for six months free travel insurance.
    Roland B Bleyer - CreditCard.com.au Founder

    Roland

    28 August 2015
    Hi Jan - Not sure if you want to give Westpac the flick but the replacement card is the Black Altitude. With all your history with the bank, I am sure you could talk to them about moving over. It's still a great card and you can opt-in to the Qantas points earn @ 1.5 if you use the AMEX version. It comes with 2 cards and other good features. Even if you are not generating the min income required customer service should be able to move you over. If you go down that path let me know the outcome. I have a few contacts their that could assist if required. It doesnt include the 6 months travel insurance as well.On the NAB Qantas, its a lower earn rate on the Visa at .5 per dollar but that might not be a worry. It lacks some of the bonus features of the black but has the reduced $250 annual fee for the troubles. Best luck with your application whichever way you go. ANZ have a great deal on at the moment with 75,000 bonus points on their Black Frequent Flyer card which has some great features as well and may also be of interest.
Russell

Russell

3 July 2015
I am self employed. How does the bank calculate annual income?
    Roland B Bleyer - CreditCard.com.au Founder

    Roland

    5 July 2015
    Hi Russell - typically based on your tax returns that you file and state you income to the ATO. There may be additional income to this such as directors fees and other payments, though these should really be disclosed in your tax return also.
Denis

Denis

29 April 2015
Hi Roland,My current card is attached to mortgage deal with my bank. Will I be able to transfer its balance to a transfer deal card from it? If so then will my orginal cc have to be closed?Thanks, Denis
    Roland B Bleyer - CreditCard.com.au Founder

    Roland

    29 April 2015
    Hi Denis - My wife received a card with her mortgage basically that had no annual fee for life as part of the mortgage. They just want to get you to use more of their products ;)Yes you are able to balance transfer the debt as long as its from a different bank aka Commbank to NAB (subject to credit approval). No you will not have to close the original card, this is a manual process. Even if the balance transfer pays off the card in full its just like the other bank makes a payment on your behalf just as you could to pay the card down. Best of luck with your application.
Barry

Barry

24 March 2015
Where do I register my new qantas points card
    Roland B Bleyer - CreditCard.com.au Founder

    Roland

    24 March 2015
    To earn Qantas Points using your NAB Qantas Rewards Premium Card, you must be a member of the Qantas Frequent Flyer program and have provided your valid membership number to NAB in the online application form. Give NAB customer a call to register your QFF membership number if you have the card and have not provided it. If you are not already a Qantas Frequent Flyer member, NAB has arranged for the joining fee to be waived if you apply and receive a NAB Qantas Rewards Premium Card and join through qantas.com.au/joinffnab.As for the bonus points, NAB is not clear on when they will be credited to your QFF account. The conditions are to make your first eligible purchase within 90 days - e.g. any shopping. I assume that the 20,000 bonus points would be then credited between 90-180 days. If you are calling NAB to provide your QFF number then I would confirm with them an approximate time of when the bonus points will hit your account also.
Jim W

Jim W

10 November 2013
Will I earn at least one FF point with each dollar spent, including govt utilities and payments to the ATO?
    Roland B Bleyer - CreditCard.com.au Founder

    Roland

    11 November 2013
    Unfortunately ATO and government payments do not earn FF points in Australia, though some AMEX cards may allow this.
Kristie

Kristie

19 March 2013
will i earn frequent flyer points with a balance transfer/
    Roland B Bleyer - CreditCard.com.au Founder

    Roland

    19 March 2013
    Hi Kristie, balance transfers do not earn points with this card. In general they are excluded because they are usually considered a cash advance, so for any credit card it is likely to be the same. You should always check terms and conditions of the card and rewards program you are interested in though, in case there is an exception.
  • Be over 18 years old
  • Good credit and not applied for multiple credit cards recently
  • Resident or citizen of Australia. Temporary residents are eligible.
  • You have your personal details ready to complete the online application
NAB Qantas Rewards Premium Credit Card
NAB Qantas Rewards Premium Credit Card

NAB Credit Cards

NAB Qantas Rewards Premium Credit Card

14 March 2019

Points Earn Rate (per $1 spent)

0.67

points

Qantas

Rewards Program

Qantas Frequent Flyer

Bonus Points

30,000 pts

Spend $2,500 in first 60 days

0 points over 12 months spend

My monthly card spend

NAB Qantas Rewards Premium Credit Card

Earn 30,000 bonus Qantas Points on a new NAB Qantas Rewards Premium Card when you spend $2,500 on everyday purchases within 60 days of account opening. Earn 1 Qantas Points per $1.50 spent up to $3,000. Then the earn rate is 1 Qantas Point per $3 from $3,001. Capped at $6,000 per month. Benefits of the card include one free additional cardholder, Visa PayWave, 24/7 Concierge Service, emergency assistance, and special offers on entertainment, dining and shopping.

Using the card to purchase selected Qantas products and services will also earn additional bonus points. Points can be redeemed for a range of flights, accommodation and entertainment, and as a cardholder, you will even get free membership to the Qantas Frequent Flyer program, with a saving of $89.50. Cardholders also benefit from a wide range of complimentary insurances, including overseas travel insurance, interstate flight insurance, transport accident insurance, domestic hotel burglary insurance, purchase protection, price protection and extended warranty.

Key features

  • Earn 30,000 bonus Qantas Points on a new NAB Qantas Rewards Premium Card when you spend $2,500 on everyday purchases within 60 days of account opening
  • Earn 1 Qantas Points per $1.50 spent up to $3,000. Then earn 1 Qantas Point per $3 from $3,001 - $6,000
  • Points earning capped at $6,000 per statement period.
  • Free Qantas Flyer program membership
  • 24/7 Concierge service
  • 7 types of complimentary insurance
  • 0% p.a. on balance transfers for 6 months. One off 2% balance transfer fee. Balance transfer reverts to cash advance rate. Minimum monthly repayments are required.

Customer Reviews

NAB Qantas Rewards Premium Credit Card

55% rating based on 5 reviews

Rates
Fees
Rewards
Customer Service
Value

Rates & Fees

Interest rates

Purchase rate 19.99% p.a.

Cash advance rate 21.74% p.a.

Interest free on purchases up to 44 days

Balance transfer

Balance transfer rate 0% p.a. for 6 months

Balance transfer revert rate 21.74% p.a.

Balance transfer from personal loan N/A

Balance transfer fee 2% one off

Balance transfer limit 90% of approved credit limit

Banks you can't balance transfer from NAB

Credit limits

Minimum credit limt $6,000

Maximum credit limit N/A

Fees & repayments

Annual fee $250 p.a.

Additional card holder fee $0 p.a.

Foreign transaction fee 3%

Minimum repayment

Cash advance fee 2%

Late payment fee $15

Rewards & points

Rewards program

Rewards Program Qantas Frequent Flyer Qantas Frequent Flyer

Bonus points 30,000 Qantas points

Annual points cap 72,000

Bonus points spend criteria Spend $2,500 in first 60 days

Earning points with this card

Qantas pointsQantas points 0.67 points per $1 spent

Points cap per month Capped at $3000, then 0.335 pts per $1 spent

Overseas earn rateOverseas earn rate same as standard earn rate

Additional features

Complimentary insurance

Overseas travel insurance yes

Flight inconvenience insurance Yes

Transport accident cover Yes

Smartphone Screen Insurance No

Purchase protection insurance Yes

Extended warranty insurance Yes

Rental vehicle excess cover No

Extras

Domestic hotel burglary insurance

Free Qantas Frequent Flyer membership (save $89.50)

Our Review

Editor Review

The NAB Qantas Rewards Premium Credit Card

With 30,000 bonus Qantas Points and 0% p.a. on balance transfers for six months on offer, there is certainly a lot to love about the NAB Qantas Rewards Premium Credit Card. As a cardholder, you can also enjoy a decent earn rate on everyday spending, a full suite of complimentary insurance covers, Visa Front Line access and the service of a personal Platinum Concierge.

What we love...

One of the most enticing aspects of the NAB Qantas Rewards Premium Credit Card has to be its bonus points offer. With 30,000 bonus Qantas Points available to new cardholders, all you have to do is spend $2,500 on the card within 60 days of account opening to benefit. As long as you manage this, your bonus points will be credited to your account within three months.

What will 30,000 Qantas Points actually get you? With 28,000 Qantas Points you could fly from Sydney to Phuket, from Perth to Taipei, or from Melbourne to Hong Kong. Or, you could head to the Qantas Store to pick up Bose SoundSport In-Ear Headphones, a Breville Aroma Style Electronic Coffee Machine, or an Oroton Estate mini tote for less than your 30,000 Qantas Points bonus.

In terms of introductory offers, the NAB Qantas Rewards Premium Credit Card has yet more to offer. If you want to pay down existing credit card debt, you could take advantage of 0% p.a. on balance transfers for six months. This could help you save on interest, while you work on clearing that debt.

As a rewards card, the NAB Qantas Rewards Premium Credit Card is pretty straightforward. You will earn 1 Qantas Point per $1.50 on the first $3,000 of each statement period, 1 Qantas Point per $3 on the next $3000, to be capped at $6,000. You can also benefit from complimentary Qantas Frequent Flyer membership, if you’re not already a member, saving you $89.50.

Plus, you can earn additional points when using your card to make purchases directly with Qantas. You will earn 1 additional Bonus Point for every $1 spent in Australia on Qantas flights booked directly through qantas.com, Qantas Contact Centres and selected travel agents; on Qantas Club membership, joining and annual fees; on Qantas Gift Vouchers; and on purchases made through qantasstore.com.au, qantasshop.com.au and qantasepiqure.com.au.

What’s not so great...

While there is a lot to love about the NAB Qantas Rewards Premium Credit Card, there is plenty to be aware of. If you sign up for the balance transfer offer, you will pay a 2% balance transfer fee, and if you don’t pay off your transferred balance, it will revert to the card’s cash advance rate at the end of the six month intro period.

In terms of interest, this card has a relatively high purchase rate and cash advance rate, so it’s best not to carry a balance month to month. There is also a substantial annual fee to cover each year, but this should only become an issue if you’re not able to afford it, or you’re not getting your money’s worth.

One way to find out if a card offers value is to think about what it offers. For some cardholders, this card’s tiered points system and points capping will simply not offer the value they need. For others, the card’s rewards system and additional features will more than make up for the higher annual fee.

Why should you choose this card?

If you want a rewards card that earns Qantas Points on everyday spending, the NAB Qantas Rewards Premium Credit Card could be ideal. Although the annual fee is significant, you can choose to add one additional cardholder at no extra charge, to help you earn points faster.

As for additional features, you will have access to a personal concierge service, and advance ticket reservations with Visa Front Line access. Plus, you can benefit from some extra peace of mind, with the following complimentary insurance covers:

  • Overseas travel insurance
  • Transport accident insurance
  • Interstate flight inconvenience insurance
  • Domestic hotel burglary insurance
  • Purchase protection insurance
  • Extended warranty insurance
  • Price protection insurance

Overall Rating

An excellent rewards card, the NAB Qantas Rewards Premium Credit Card allows you to earn Qantas Points on everyday spending, while benefiting from extras such as 30,000 bonus Qantas Points, 0% p.a. on balance transfers for six months, complimentary insurances, a Platinum Concierge and Visa Front Line access.

Pros

  • Earn 30,000 bonus Qantas Points on a new NAB Qantas Rewards Premium Card when you spend $2,500 on everyday purchases within 60 days of account opening
  • Earn rewards points on your purchases
  • Complimentary Qantas flyer membership
  • Range of complimentary insurance covers

Cons

  • Earn 1 point per $1.50 spent up to $3,000 then 1 point per $3 spent
  • Points capped at $6,000 per statement period
  • High annual fee of $250
  • Cash advance fee of 2% or $2.50. Whichever is greater
  • Balance transfers reverts to the cash advance rate of 21.74% p.a. after the intro period.

Minimum criteria to apply for this card

  • Be over 18 years old

  • Good Credit and have not applied for multiple credit cards recently

  • Resident or citizen of Australia. Temporary residents are eligible.

  • You have your personal details ready to complete the online application

Customer reviews

0%

CreditCard.com.au Visitor

15 June 2016

seems a nice card, unfortunately the complementary travel insurance, medical benefits are not there for the over 76 years og age.

Does not recommend this card
76%

CreditCard.com.au Visitor

18 April 2013

Depending on what you're looking for and when you take up this offer (I got 38,000 bonus points just for joining) this is one of the best cards on the market. 38,000!! Sure, high annual fee but this is offset by many benefits. Save your money, use your card, no fees incurred and point accrued. Win for you, lose for them =)

Recommends this card
Roland B Bleyer

Roland B Bleyer founded creditcard.com.au in 2005 and has extensive knowledge about credit cards. He personally answers all questions and write the editor reviews for each card here. Always keen to share his passion to educate consumers and help you select better suited credit cards.

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13 questions (showing the latest 10 Q&As)

Kristina Sekine

Kristina Sekine

26 October 2018
I need a Membership number Award Card . how can I get that red colour AWARD card. Qantas Visa card. Thank you for your help. kristina
    Roland B Bleyer - CreditCard.com.au Founder

    Roland

    29 October 2018
    Hi Kristina, are you looking for your standard Qantas Frequent Flyer Red Card that comes with your Qantas membership? If yes then call Qantas Frequent Flyer Support on 1800 227 4220. If you are looking for a new Qantas credit card let me know and I can provide some suggestions.
Estelle

Estelle

1 May 2018
I currently hold a NAB Qantas Platinum One card .....but I cannot find that type of card on the list.....is my card outdated?
    Roland B Bleyer - CreditCard.com.au Founder

    Roland

    2 May 2018
    Hi Estelle, they must have replaced your card at some time with another. NAB have rebranded their reward cards a number of times of over the past few years. To compare, you will need to review the rates and fees for your current card. They may be different but generally should fit in with one of the current NAB Qantas credit cards. Let me know if you require any further assistance. Bottom line I think its a good time to review your credit card and see if you are getting the best deal.
Sonia hill

Sonia hill

16 April 2018
Do you loose qantas points when I transfer my credit card cash spent to qantas points?
    Roland B Bleyer - CreditCard.com.au Founder

    Roland

    18 April 2018
    Hi Sonia, if you are talking about cash advance. If you pull cash out of your card then you do not earn Qantas points. Once Qantas points are placed in your Qantas frequent flyer account. You cannot lose them as long as the account is active over an 18 month period.
Joy McCurrach

Joy McCurrach

10 November 2017
I have lost my frequent flyer card (as has my husband, Kenneth McCurrach) How do I obtain a replacement?
    Roland B Bleyer - CreditCard.com.au Founder

    Roland

    13 November 2017
    Hi Joy, To request a replacement Frequent Flyer Card, call the Frequent Flyer Service Centre and speak to a Qantas consultants. Please ensure you have your membership number available when calling. Before calling, ensure your address details are correct by visiting Your Profile. 1300 305 747
Ash

Ash

13 November 2016
Does it allow for an additional card holder so another set of cards? If so, at what cost?
    Roland B Bleyer - CreditCard.com.au Founder

    Roland

    14 November 2016
    Hi Ash, you can have an another card holder with $0 annual fee on this product. Though I believe you are limited to just 1 additional card.
alan higgins

alan higgins

13 June 2016
complementary travel insurance . what is the minimum amount required to be paid for by the card for any one trip
    Roland B Bleyer - CreditCard.com.au Founder

    Roland

    14 June 2016
    Hi Alan, you need to make a minimum of $500 in purchases.You (or the accompanying NAB Cardholder) had purchased on a NAB card a minimum of $500* (inclusive of taxes and other charges) of pre-booked transport costs (airfares and/or cruise) and/or land content (tours, hire cars or other hired transport and accommodation) prior to the commencement of the trip. The purchase must be debited to a NAB Card prior to your departure from Australia.
Janis

Janis

30 November 2015
I currently have an ANZ Visa Qantas Frequent Flyer card, however, the FF points are now capped at 1,000 every monthly statement period. As I use this card for all sorts of purchases and pay it off every month in full, I wan a better return on FF points. Average monthly spend would be approx. $7K. Would this card be a good replacement?
    Roland B Bleyer - CreditCard.com.au Founder

    Roland

    1 December 2015
    Hi Janis - with the bonus points, 1.5 Qantas points on the AMEX version and high points cap per statement period, this is a good offer. 1.5 Qantas points is the highest earn rate possible on standard purchases. Therefore if you can use the AMEX in most cases, this is a real winner. The insurance offering is also comprehensive. Best of luck with your application.
Jan Segal

Jan Segal

27 August 2015
I have a Westpac Black earth card now but they are stopping this card. We are retired but have money in UBank. We hav had this card now for 20 years and have paid back in time every month. We have a limit of $34500 on the card. Is it possible to get the platinum qantas card the same as what we have already. We travel overseas for 6 months every year and we put all the travel costs on that card. We return to Australia on 1 November 2015 and would like to organise to close the Westpac and open the Nab Qantas Platimun card. Thanks Jan Also looking for six months free travel insurance.
    Roland B Bleyer - CreditCard.com.au Founder

    Roland

    28 August 2015
    Hi Jan - Not sure if you want to give Westpac the flick but the replacement card is the Black Altitude. With all your history with the bank, I am sure you could talk to them about moving over. It's still a great card and you can opt-in to the Qantas points earn @ 1.5 if you use the AMEX version. It comes with 2 cards and other good features. Even if you are not generating the min income required customer service should be able to move you over. If you go down that path let me know the outcome. I have a few contacts their that could assist if required. It doesnt include the 6 months travel insurance as well.On the NAB Qantas, its a lower earn rate on the Visa at .5 per dollar but that might not be a worry. It lacks some of the bonus features of the black but has the reduced $250 annual fee for the troubles. Best luck with your application whichever way you go. ANZ have a great deal on at the moment with 75,000 bonus points on their Black Frequent Flyer card which has some great features as well and may also be of interest.
Russell

Russell

3 July 2015
I am self employed. How does the bank calculate annual income?
    Roland B Bleyer - CreditCard.com.au Founder

    Roland

    5 July 2015
    Hi Russell - typically based on your tax returns that you file and state you income to the ATO. There may be additional income to this such as directors fees and other payments, though these should really be disclosed in your tax return also.
Denis

Denis

29 April 2015
Hi Roland,My current card is attached to mortgage deal with my bank. Will I be able to transfer its balance to a transfer deal card from it? If so then will my orginal cc have to be closed?Thanks, Denis
    Roland B Bleyer - CreditCard.com.au Founder

    Roland

    29 April 2015
    Hi Denis - My wife received a card with her mortgage basically that had no annual fee for life as part of the mortgage. They just want to get you to use more of their products ;)Yes you are able to balance transfer the debt as long as its from a different bank aka Commbank to NAB (subject to credit approval). No you will not have to close the original card, this is a manual process. Even if the balance transfer pays off the card in full its just like the other bank makes a payment on your behalf just as you could to pay the card down. Best of luck with your application.
Barry

Barry

24 March 2015
Where do I register my new qantas points card
    Roland B Bleyer - CreditCard.com.au Founder

    Roland

    24 March 2015
    To earn Qantas Points using your NAB Qantas Rewards Premium Card, you must be a member of the Qantas Frequent Flyer program and have provided your valid membership number to NAB in the online application form. Give NAB customer a call to register your QFF membership number if you have the card and have not provided it. If you are not already a Qantas Frequent Flyer member, NAB has arranged for the joining fee to be waived if you apply and receive a NAB Qantas Rewards Premium Card and join through qantas.com.au/joinffnab.As for the bonus points, NAB is not clear on when they will be credited to your QFF account. The conditions are to make your first eligible purchase within 90 days - e.g. any shopping. I assume that the 20,000 bonus points would be then credited between 90-180 days. If you are calling NAB to provide your QFF number then I would confirm with them an approximate time of when the bonus points will hit your account also.
Jim W

Jim W

10 November 2013
Will I earn at least one FF point with each dollar spent, including govt utilities and payments to the ATO?
    Roland B Bleyer - CreditCard.com.au Founder

    Roland

    11 November 2013
    Unfortunately ATO and government payments do not earn FF points in Australia, though some AMEX cards may allow this.
Kristie

Kristie

19 March 2013
will i earn frequent flyer points with a balance transfer/
    Roland B Bleyer - CreditCard.com.au Founder

    Roland

    19 March 2013
    Hi Kristie, balance transfers do not earn points with this card. In general they are excluded because they are usually considered a cash advance, so for any credit card it is likely to be the same. You should always check terms and conditions of the card and rewards program you are interested in though, in case there is an exception.

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