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ANZ Frequent Flyer Black Credit Card

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ANZ Frequent Flyer Black Credit Card
100,000 bonus Qantas Points and $200 back when you spend $4,000 on eligible purchases in the first 3 months.
Earn 1 Qantas Point per $1 spent on eligible purchases up to $7,500 per statement period.
Get complimentary Overseas Travel and Medical Insurance (eligibility criteria apply) provided by QBE Insurance.
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100,000 bonus Qantas Points and $200 back when you spend $4,000 on eligible purchases in the first 3 months.
Earn 1 Qantas Point per $1 spent on eligible purchases up to $7,500 per statement period.
Earn 1 additional point per $1 spent on selected Qantas products and services in Australia.
Save $99.50 with its Complimentary Qantas Frequent Flyer membership offer (new members only).
Relax in luxury while you wait for departure with two Qantas Club lounge access invitations per year.
Complimentary access to participating airport lounges through Veloce.
A range of complimentary insurances for travel and purchase.
Google Pay™, Samsung Pay™ and Apple Pay let you use your compatible Android or Apple device to tap and pay.
0.5 Qantas Points per $1 spent on eligible purchases above $7,500 per statement period.
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User reviews

3.6 out of 5.0 based on 14 reviews79% of reviewers would recommend this card

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Reviews from users

Great card, but is it worth it?

Reviewed and not recommended by Sacha on 08 Dec 2016

I signed up for this card primarily for the bonus frequent flyer points offer, and also the high ongoing frequent flyer points earning. The first year’s fee was waived, and thankfully, because it’s $425 per annum and the interest rate is high. That’s when you have to question whether you will earn enough points to offset the fee, and frankly I’m not sure paying that much in fees is worth the earn rate. There aren’t many other benefits that will result in me retaining the card beyond the 12 month mark.

I have had two major interactions with ANZ customer service regarding the card, and both have been fantastic. ANZ also have Apple Pay, which is a bonus.

Overall, I do not believe the card is worth the annual fee.

Points earned are better then other credit cards

Reviewed and recommended by Esther on 27 Sep 2016

I cancelled CBA Platinum credit card as this one was miles ahead with points per dollar, and the extra benefits such as being able to go into the Qantas lounge, etc, are excellent. The insurance is better and many other options are given.

The only downside is that, after the first year being free, the annual fee is crazy, so we plan to leave before getting stung, unless we can get this waived.

Ignored notification that I was travelling

Reviewed and not recommended by Joe on 25 Sep 2016

I am unimpressed with the recent poor service from ANZ while I was overseas recently in the US. I notified ANZ of my trip prior to leaving. However, they blocked my card on two occasions due to not realising I was overseas at the time, even though I had told them. I called using my mobile phone, which incurred roaming costs which they refused to reimburse. I have taken steps to cancel this card and never bank with them again.

Love the points for everyday spending

Reviewed and recommended by Rosie on 20 Sep 2016

I’ve earned a few free flights out of using our credit card for everyday spending. We put all of our spending on the card, then put our pay straight on it to avoid paying interest. It works a treat!

It’s a little annoying that you earn the main points using AmEx since not many places take it without surcharge, so if you aren’t careful it could end up costing lots more than it’s worth.

Happy with the card

Reviewed and recommended by Samantha on 13 Jul 2016

Good card. You receive 2 cards (both a Visa and American Express), which means it is accepted at most places. Fees are a little, but there’s good points earning for Qantas Frequent Flyer. I would recommend. Overall, I am very happy.

Premium rewards credit card

Reviewed and recommended by Bikram on 03 Jul 2016

ANZ Black Frequent Flyer is a premium credit card suited mostly for frequent air travellers with air lounge passes and travel insurance included. The card also comes with 75,000 worth of Qantas Frequent Flyer points, which is equivalent to around $750 in gift cards.

Love the points for every day spending

Reviewed and recommended by Rhonda on 01 Jul 2016

I quite like earning frequent flyer points for everyday spending, although the annual fee is pretty high so you really have to use it lots for the points to be worthwhile. The AmEx companion card gets more points, but I often find there’s a surcharge for using it or it isn’t accepted. The Visa doesn’t give many points at all.

A good middle of the road card

Reviewed and recommended by Geraldine on 01 Jul 2016

I’ve had this card for years and during that time it has changed from blue to gold to platinum to black. There may be better deals around, but I can’t be bothered to keep changing and I’m happy with this one.

I don’t really keep track of my frequent flyer points, so it is always a delight—like in November—when I can go and see a friend in Melbourne and fly more or less for free.

ANZ is solid and reliable—as much as any bank anyway—at one stage they told me about weird activity on my card in Europe and quickly replaced it.

I get a lot of frequent flyer points

Reviewed and recommended by Drew on 01 Jul 2016

I have this card purely for the Qantas Frequent Flyer points. It’s expensive, yes, but I feel the benefits outweigh the cost at this stage. The main reason I first got attracted and ended up choosing this card was for the 75,000 bonus points that were on offer. Also there are other benefits like free entry into airline lounges—domestically and internationally—and having no annual fee in the first year.

I am happy with this card at this stage.

Great service, rewards and sign up offer

Reviewed and recommended by Tim on 26 Jun 2016

I signed up for 75,000 sign up bonus QFF points with the first year’s annual fee waived and have already claimed the annual set of complimentary lounge passes. I found the application and service excellent and very streamlined.

The annual fee is very expensive, but you need to weigh it up against the points you get, which I think are market-leading. Overall, I would recommend this card.

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The basics

About this card

Card setup
Card tier
Card type
Card use
Credit rating
Gambling transactions allowed
Joint application
Minimum age
18 years old
Minimum income
Minimum income for pensioners
Same as standard
Rewards program
Qantas Frequent Flyer
Temporary residents


Additional cardholders
Additional card fee
$65 p.a.

Credit limits

Minimum credit limit
Maximum credit limit


Interest charged from
Purchase Rate
Interest free period
Up to 55 days on purchases
Minimum repayment
whichever is greater, $25 or 2%

Rates & fees

Ongoing interest rates

Cash advances 1.79% 21.49% p.a.
Purchases 1.67% 19.99% p.a.


Annual fee
$425 p.a.
Cash advance fee
Dishonour fee
Duplicate statement fee
Foreign exchange fee
Late payment fee
Over limit fee
Overseas ATM balance fee
Overseas ATM withdrawal fee
Overseas emergency card replacement fee
Transaction verification fee

Rewards & points

Cool stuff you can get with your points

Disclaimer: Points required accurate as of the 31st March 2018.

Earn rates

Spend typeSpend
Airline spend
Up to $7,500
1 pt per $1 spent
Above $7,500
0.5 pts per $1 spent
Points capUnlimited

Rewards program basics

Reward points expiry
Never as long as you keep your account active
Rewards program
Qantas Frequent Flyer
Sign up bonus
100,000 points
Spend required for bonus points
$4,000 on eligible purchases in the first 3 months

Earning points with this card

Frequent flyer points
1 pt per $1 spent up to $7,500 then 0.5 pts per $1 spent Above $7,500
Overseas earn rate
Same as standard earn rate
Points cap per month
Points cap per year
Points earned on ATO payments
Reward points

Additional benefits

Airport lounge access
Complimentary flight voucher
Concierge service

Minimum criteria for this card

What you need before applying

Be over 18 years old
You are a resident or citizen of Australia
Earn a regular income of more than $75,000 per year
Have a good credit history
You have your personal details ready to complete the online application
Have not applied for multiple credit cards recently
Temporary residents are eligible
Age Pension, Disability Pension and Veteran's Pension are acceptable.
Carer's Allowance, Child Support Payments and Family Tax Benefits and Parenting Payments are acceptable.
Joint applications are not allowed
Overseas Pension and Widower's Pension are not acceptable.
Austudy, Foster Care Allowance and Youth Allowance are not acceptable.
Disclaimer: The minimum criteria are intended only to be a guide. Your application may still be rejected by the bank even if you can answer 'Yes' to all the minimum criteria. The final decision regarding your application is up to the bank.

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