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80,000 Altitude Points or 60,000 Qantas Points plus discounted first-year annual fee with the Westpac Altitude Platinum Card

Westpac Altitude Platinum Mastercard
80,000 Altitude Points or 60,000 Qantas Points plus discounted first-year annual fee with the Westpac Altitude Platinum Card
The Westpac Altitude Platinum Card offers the ability to earn Altitude Rewards points with double points on overseas spend or Qantas Points. Also included is no cap on points earned and complimentary overseas travel insurance. READ ON

100,000 bonus Citi reward Points—equivalent to 50,000 Velocity Points—with the Citi Prestige Card

Citi Prestige Mastercard
100,000 bonus Citi reward Points—equivalent to 50,000 Velocity Points—with the Citi Prestige Card
The Citi Prestige is a card for the aggressive points collector with high points earn rates, a large number of frequent flyer program transfer partners, and a vast range of perks. You'll need to consider the $700 annual fee and $150,000 minimum READ ON

0% p.a. on Purchases and Balance Transfer + fee-free first year with the BankSA Amplify Platinum – Amplify Rewards

BankSA Amplify Platinum Card | Point Hacks
0% p.a. on Purchases and Balance Transfer + fee-free first year with the BankSA Amplify Platinum – Amplify Rewards
The BankSA Amplify Platinum - Amplify Rewards is a flexible program that allows you to transfer your Amplify Points to Velocity, KrisFlyer or Enrich Miles. The card also comes with complimentary insurances. READ ON

Up to 200,000 Amplify Rewards plus reduced first year annual card fee with the Bank of Melbourne Amplify Signature Visa – Amplify Rewards

Bank of Melbourne Amplify Signature Visa
Up to 200,000 Amplify Rewards plus reduced first year annual card fee with the Bank of Melbourne Amplify Signature Visa – Amplify Rewards
Includes two complimentary airport lounge passes per year and you can also receive a 10% bonus reward of the points you earned for the previous year on your birthday. READ ON