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The best credit cards for Qantas Frequent Flyer points in January 2020

Right now, banks and other credit card issuers are competing hard to win new customers. Credit cards have some amazing QFF points deals on offer in January 2020.

The best Qantas Frequent Flyer linked credit cards in Australia now are ‘giving away’ thousands of points to new approved applicants. You could find a new card and jet off to your favourite holiday destination or get a free seat upgrade very quickly.

To find the best credit card linked to the QFF program, you need to work out which card rules, rates, fees and charges best suits your way of spending and managing money. This article contains information about top credit cards with QFF points promotions in Australia in January 2020 and listed on InfoChoice.

The Qantas American Express Ultimate credit card has an earn rate of 1.25 QFF points per dollar spent. The Qantas Amex Ultimate credit card is currently promoting a 55,000 bonus Qantas Points giveaway when you apply online, are approved and spend $3,000 on the new card within the first 3 months.

The NAB Qantas Rewards Premium Visa credit card, with a purchase interest rate of 19.99 per cent pa, up to 44 days interest-free and an annual fee of $250, is currently promoting an offer of 30,000 QFF points when you spend $2,500 on everyday purchases with 60 days of account opening.

The American Express Westpac Altitude Platinum card bundle (Qantas Rewards) is two credit cards – a Mastercard and an American Express credit card. Apply by the end of March to participate in the current promotion of 75,000 bonus QFF or Altitude points (terms and conditions apply).

The Bank Australia Platinum Rewards Visa credit card has a good earn rate of 0.75 QFF points per $1 spent plus earn an additional 1 QFF point per dollar on selected Qantas products. This card has a reasonable annual fee of $189 a purchase interest rate of 18.24 per cent pa and up to 55 days interest-free.

The BankSA Amplify Signature Qantas Visa credit card has a 80,000 bonus QFF points  promotion. You can qualify for the bonus points when you spend $6,000 on the new card ion the first 90 days. This card has an earn rate of 0.75 QFF points per $1 spent.

The NAB Rewards Signature Visa credit card has a purchase interest rate of 19.99 per cent pa, up to 44 days interest-free and an annual fee of $295. They aren’t quite QFF points but the NAB Rewards Signature Visa credit card is promoting a 120,000 bonus rewards points when you spend $3,000 in the first 60 days and keep the card open for 12 months.

There are plenty of other great credit card promotions ‘giving away’ thousands of QFF points. Compare credit cards with rewards points from Australia’s banks and credit unions at InfoChoice.

And find out more about the best balance transfer deals currently on offer in Australia, on InfoChoice.

The products compared in this article are chosen from a range of offers available to us and are not representative of all the products available in the market and influenced by a range of factors including interest rates, product costs and commercial and sponsorship arrangements

InfoChoice compares financial products from 145 banks, credit unions and other financial institutions in Australia. InfoChoice does not compare every product in the market. Some institutions may have a commercial partnership with InfoChoice. Rates are provided by partners and taken from financial institutions websites. We believe all information to be accurate on the date published. InfoChoice strives to update and keep information as accurate as possible.

The information contained on this web site is general in nature and does not take into account your personal situation. Do not interpret the listing order as an endorsement or recommendation from us.  You should consider whether the information is appropriate to your needs, and where appropriate, seek professional advice from a financial adviser. If you or someone you know is in financial stress, contact the National Debt Helpline on 1800 007 007.

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