No Overseas Transaction / Exchange Fee Credit Cards
Frequent flyer or travel credit cards with no overseas / foreign transaction fees usually let you earn points into either a frequent flyer program, or into a bank rewards program from which the points can then be transferred to frequent flyer programs. Points earned from spend on your credit card with no overseas transaction fee can be a great way to increase your frequent flyer points balance from transactions made outside Australia, or not billed in Australian dollars.
Note we don't have a guide to every points-earning no overseas transaction fee credit card on Point Hacks, although we try to cover as many as possible. You can see more options here.
These cards can provide substantial savings for those who frequently travel overseas and/or shop online at foreign retailers.
ANZ are offering a Point Hacks exclusive 80,000 bonus Velocity Points when you spend $1500 on eligible purchases in the first three months with the ANZ Rewards Travel Adventures Visa, designed to appeal to both travellers and those interested in rewards points.
Designed for the everyday shopper, the Coles Rewards Mastercard has a low annual fee and good flybuys earn rate
This no-frills card deserves to be considered for its relatively low annual fee, a solid points earn rate from spend, and no international transaction fees on purchases when shopping online or overseas.
This card offers no points earn but attracts minimal fees, making it ideal for overseas spenders looking to save money when travelling.
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Bankwest have made the previously ‘invite-only’ Qantas World MasterCard open to applications for new Bankwest customers, not just existing Platinum cardholders, with a $270 annual fee. The card suffered some changes from June 2016, when […]