90,000 bonus NAB Rewards points on offer with NAB Rewards Signature Visa

NAB Rewards Signature card | Point Hacks

Earlier in 2017, NAB launched new Visa-only credit cards linked to their new rewards program, NAB Rewards, and the NAB Rewards Signature Visa is the highest points-earning card in the NAB Rewards line-up.

The card is currently offering 90,000 bonus NAB Rewards points (equivalent to 45,000 Velocity points or 29,700 KrisFlyer/Asia Miles) with a minimum spend of $2,500 minimum spend requirement within 60 days of account opening and 0% p.a. for 6 months on balance transfer.
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NAB Rewards Visa offering 30,000 bonus NAB Rewards points – equivalent to 15,000 Velocity Points

NAB Rewards Classic Visa Card | Point Hacks

The NAB Rewards Visa is the little brother of the NAB Rewards Platinum Visa, with a lower annual fee, but also lower points earn rates from your day to day spend.

The current offer is 30,000 bonus NAB Rewards points with a $500 minimum spend requirement within 60 days of account opening, with points transferrable to Velocity, Asia Miles, KrisFlyer miles or Air NZ Airpoints and 0% p.a. for 6 months on Balance Transfer. Continue reading…

Westpac Altitude Business credit card guide

Westpac Altitude Business Platinum Mastercard

As outlined briefly in the Altitude Rewards guide, the Altitude Business card range has a relatively unique benefit – the opportunity to earn points into Altitude Rewards, and then transfer them to a range of frequent flyer programs, including Qantas Frequent Flyer.

On top of that, there are respectable points earn rates from spend, and a current offer of no annual fee in the first year – but no bonus points.

The only other cards on the market that let you accrue points to transfer to Qantas later are the $1200 pa Platinum Charge card and some older (now not available) Citibank and Commonwealth cards.

Note: Westpac credit cards issued following applications started on or after 1 March 2019 will be Mastercard branded.

Westpac’s site isn’t too clear about how exactly Qantas points can be transferred, so I gave them a couple of calls to verify – points are definitely earned into Altitude Rewards and are transferrable, not swept monthly, over to Qantas Frequent Flyer.
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