Westpac Altitude Frequent Flyer Credit Cards
Westpac Altitude Rewards has a range of frequent flyer partners, including Qantas for cards linked to 'Altitude Qantas', or Virgin Australia, Singapore Airlines KrisFlyer, Cathay Pacific Asia Miles and more partners for cards linked to Altitude Rewards.
Westpac's high-end cards in the Altitude Black and Altitude Platinum Business are well worth a look for their increased frequent flyer points earn rates.
Up to 75,000 bonus Qantas or Altitude Rewards Points and discounted first-year annual card fee with the Westpac Altitude Platinum
The card has competitive earn rates compared to similar cards in the market, especially if you’re able to put most of your spend on the American Express companion card. Plus, earning is uncapped.
Until 4 April 2019, get up to 120,000 bonus points with the Westpac Altitude Black Mastercard and American Express bundle.
Westpac’s Altitude Rewards is a solid “flexible points program”. Here’s how Altitude Rewards works.
Westpac’s Altitude Business Platinum is a useful card for small and medium size businesses with Qantas, Asia Miles, KrisFlyer and Velocity point transfers as options.
Westpac and American Express today announced that they have agreed on a new partnership which should see a number of new points-earning rewards credit cards on the market in ‘early 2018’.
If you’re a frequent traveller and a full-time student or under 31 years of age, this offer could appeal to you. We look at the benefits and discounts available to ISIC cardholders, and the main features of the Westpac Choice account.
Westpac have announced upcoming changes to the earn rates of their Altitude credit cards, with the hardest hit being the Altitude Black – but are keeping their existing arrangement of American Express companion cards alongside a MasterCard to earn the most points with a single account.