Qantas has today released an ultra-premium credit card that offers Qantas First Class Lounge access, Status Credits, flight discounts and enough Qantas Points for a business class flight from Sydney to London[i] (opens in new window) upon sign up.

The Qantas Premier Titanium Mastercard® also offers the highest Qantas Points earn rate and the highest number of sign-up bonus Qantas Points of any Mastercard or Visa credit card currently in market.

The card, cut from metal, offers a range of benefits including:

  • Two Qantas First Lounge Invitations and two lounge Invitations for the Qantas Club Domestic and selected International Business Lounges[ii] (opens in new window).
  • 20 per cent bonus Status Credits on Qantas flights[iii] (opens in new window)
  • 10 per cent discount on Qantas operated flights for up to two bookings per year for two people on all fare classes (both international and domestic)[iv] (opens in new window)
  • 150,000 bonus Qantas Points when you spend $5,000 within 90 days of card approval.
  • Two Qantas Points per $1 spent overseas, up to 1.25 Qantas Points in Australia and extra points when spending with Qantas[v] (opens in new window)

Qantas Loyalty CEO Olivia Wirth said the Titanium card would appeal to Qantas’ growing group of high spending members, who maximise their points earn across the program on everyday purchases.

“We started our loyalty program for frequent flyers, but as the number of partners has grown it’s actually frequent buyers who are now earning the most points,” Ms Wirth said.

“The top 1,000 points balances are held by members who have maximised their points earn on everyday spend, with our partners like Woolworths and Red Energy or by using Qantas Points-earning credit cards. The expansion of the program means you can earn points buying wine or buying a car, so the potential for larger balances without flying is huge.

“In the past 12 months, one member earned more than 30 million Qantas Points on credit card spend. That’s equivalent of over 100 round the world trips in business class.” [i]

Credit card spend on a Qantas Points-earning card is one of the most popular ways for members to add to their points balances. Thirty-five per cent of all credit card spend in Australia is on a Qantas or Qantas Frequent Flyer co-branded credit card.

The Qantas Premier Titanium card complements the existing Qantas Money credit cards – Qantas Premier Platinum and Qantas Premier Everyday – which both launched in 2017. However, with an annual fee of $1,200 and minimum annual income requirement of $200,000, Qantas Premier Titanium is Qantas’ most exclusive card.

Ms Wirth said the Titanium card would have specific appeal to big spenders.

“We’re seeing more and more of our members with points balances in the millions through strategic credit card use and leveraging program partners. The Qantas Premier Titanium card will help boost their points potential and deliver a more rewarding Qantas experience. It comes with a significant annual fee, but has significant benefits,” Ms Wirth said.

The 10 per cent flight discounts can save cardholders thousands of dollars per year – an individual travelling business class with their partner to London and Hong Kong return can save around $2500 per annum.  Based on $10,000 domestic spend per month, the Titanium card has the potential to generate enough points in a year for a one-way upgrade from Economy to Business for two people to Honolulu or a return Classic Flight Reward in economy for two people to Singapore.[i]

For more information on Qantas Premier Titanium, please visit qantasmoney.com/credit-cards/premier-titanium  (opens in new window)and view the product factsheet.

Disclaimer:

Citigroup Pty Limited ABN 88 004 325 080 AFSL No. 238 098 Australian credit licence 238098, is the Credit Provider and Issuer of the Qantas Premier credit cards on behalf of Qantas Airways Limited ABN 16 009 661 901.

All applications are subject to credit criteria. Fees, charges and Terms & Conditions apply.

You must be a member of the Qantas Frequent Flyer program to earn Qantas Points or bonus Status Credits. Membership to the Qantas Frequent Flyer program, and earning and redeeming Qantas Points are subject to the Qantas Frequent Flyer Terms and Conditions.

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