With six out of every ten frequent flyer points coming from sources other than actually flying—and with credit cards earning the bulk of those— we round up some Qantas Point earning cards with noteworthy bonus offers to know about this month.


NAB are offering up to 120,000 bonus Qantas Points for new applicants of the NAB Qantas Rewards Signature Visa. Comes with reduced first year annual fee of $295 and 0% p.a. on balance transfers for 6 months.

Qantas Money are offering 120,000 Qantas Points, 2 Qantas Club lounge invitations and a discounted first year annual fee of $199 for new cardholders of the Qantas Premier Platinum until 31 October 2019. The card focuses on maximising points earn from day-day-spend with 1 Qantas Point per $1 up to $10,000 per statement period.

The American Express Qantas Business Rewards Card have 120,000 Qantas Points on offer for new Card Members until 25 September 2019. The card is targeted at smaller business owners, looking for a Charge card (meaning no caps on spending each month, as long as you pay the monthly bill in full) with the ability to earn Qantas Points, and boost the Qantas Points they can earn from their business travel with Qantas.

Westpac are offering up to 120,000 bonus Qantas or Altitude Points for new cardholders of the Altitude Black Mastercard and American Express bundle until 15 October 2019.

The Westpac Altitude Black bundle also comes with lounge access, insurance, and access to Amex Invites.

ANZ are offering 100,000 Qantas Points and $200 back for new cardholders of the ANZ Frequent Flyer Black. The ANZ Frequent Flyer Black is a good option for those looking for a non-American Express card but still want to pick up a healthy bonus. It also comes with two complimentary Qantas Club lounge access per year and a discounted Qantas Club membership for the first year.

Westpac are offering up to 100,000 bonus Qantas or Altitude Points and discounted first year annual card fee for new cardholders of the American Express Westpac Altitude Blended Bundle until 15 October – a new hybrid combo that combines the benefits of the Westpac Altitude Platinum and American Express Westpac Altitude Black cards.

St.George, BankSA and Bank of Melbourne are offering 90,000 bonus Qantas Points plus a reduced first-year annual fee of $179 with the Amplify Signature Visa – Qantas Rewards until 2 October 2019. Included are two complimentary airport lounge passes each year plus a unique ‘birthday bonus’ that gets you 10% bonus on all points earned from the previous 12 months.

Westpac are offering up to 75,000 bonus Qantas or Altitude Points for new cardholders of the Altitude Platinum Mastercard and American Express bundle until 15 October 2019, plus overseas travel insurance and Purchase Protection.

Offer snapshot

CardBonus PointsAnnual FeeOffer end date
Qantas Points
NAB Qantas Rewards SignatureUp to 120,000 Qantas Points$295 for the first year,
$395 p.a. ongoing
No current offer end date
Qantas Premier Platinum MastercardUp to 120,000 Qantas Points$199 for the first year,
$299 ongoing
31 October 2019
Qantas American Express Business Rewards Card120,000 Qantas Points$45031 July 2019
American Express Westpac Altitude Black BundleUp to 120,000 Qantas Points$250 p.a. + $50 for Qantas opt-in fee
for the Mastercard
$199 p.a. for the Amex
15 October 2019
ANZ Frequent Flyer Black100,000 Qantas Points
+ $200 credit
$425No current offer end date
American Express Westpac Altitude Blended BundleUp to 100,000 Qantas Points$150 p.a. ongoing + $50 for Qantas opt-in fee
for the Mastercard
$199 p.a. for the Amex
15 October 2019
St.George, BankSA and
Bank of Melbourne Amplify Signature
90,000 Qantas Points$179 for the first year,
$279 p.a. ongoing
2 October 2019
American Express Westpac Altitude Platinum BundleUp to 75,000 Qantas Points$150 p.a. on the Mastercard,
$49 on the Amex
+$50 Qantas opt-in fee
15 October 2019

You can also check out our full list of credit card offers as well as our best uses of points series.

Our roundup of credit cards with Qantas Point bonus offers to know about this month was last modified: August 20th, 2019 by Daniel Sciberras