Diners Club Charge Cards | Compare Offers Against The Market

Diners Club Charge Cards

Diners Club was the world’s first charge card, and its Australian operations are now owned by Citibank. All Diners Club charge cards earn rewards or frequent flyer points, and come with other attached benefits.

rewards program
sign-up bonus
Apply
Business credit card with no fixed spending limit.
Earn 1 rewards point per $1 spent.
Complimentary travel insurance and purchase protection.
More info
Add to comparison
Diners Club Rewards
Diners Club Rewards
-
Diners Club Frequent Flyers Club Card
Earn frequent flyer points and rewards.
Up to 44 days on purchases.
$95 p.a. annual card fee.
More info
Add to comparison
Qantas Frequent Flyer
Qantas Frequent Flyer
-
Earn 2 points per $1 spent on Diners Club transactions
Up to 44 days on purchases.
Earn 1 pt per $1 spent
More info
Add to comparison
Diners Club Rewards
Diners Club Rewards
-

Protect your identity. Monitor your credit score for free.

Join more than 13,000 Australians and get your score today.
  1. Protect yourself from identity fraud
    Get alerted to large credit score drops.
  2. Know where you stand
    The banks know your score. Shouldn’t you too?
  3. Avoid a nasty surprise
    Before applying, check if your credit is good enough.
  4. Always with you
    Check online or download the app.

Q&As about Diners Club Charge Cards from customers

What is Diners Club?

Diners Club was the world’s first charge card, starting in the US back in 1950. Its US operations are now owned by the BMO (Bank of Montreal) Financial Group. But the Diners Club Australian franchise is owned by Citigroup.

Is a Diners Club card a credit card or a charge card?

It’s a charge card, which means there’s no pre-set spending limit (but not unlimited credit). It delivers financial flexibility to cardholders with a superior credit rating.

You still get interest-free days on purchases, but the account balance must be repaid in full every month, on or before the due date. There is no option to repay only a part of the balance and pay interest on the remainder.

Don’t Diners Club cards have limited acceptance by merchants?

Yes, like American Express cards, Diners Club cards are not as widely accepted as Visa and Mastercard. But Australian Diners Club card accounts, operated by Citibank, give you the option of having a pair of cards on one account – a Diners Club card and a Mastercard. This combination delivers access to 38 million merchants and 800,000 ATMs worldwide.

What kind of Diners Club cards are available in Australia?

You can have a standalone Diners Club card or a Mastercard/Diners Club card duo on a single account. Both options come in a Diners Club Rewards points or Qantas Frequent Flyer points variety.

There are also cards available for both small business and large corporations.

What can I do with Diners Club Rewards points?

Points can be redeemed for options including gift vouchers, travel and accommodation, airline frequent flyer points, entertainment vouchers and a wide range of merchandise.

Are there any complimentary benefits accompanying Diners Club cards?

Yes. In addition to Diners Club Privileges (with Diners Club cards) and World Mastercard Privileges (with the optional companion Mastercard), all cards have the following complimentary benefits:

  • Access to 800 airport lounges worldwide
  • International and domestic travel insurance
  • Shopper’s insurance: purchase cover, extended warranty, guaranteed pricing scheme
  • Free wine when you dine via the Citibank Dining Program
You may have seen us in

People are happy

Rated 4.8 out of 5 for customer satisfaction.
"Thanks Credit Card Compare! The customer service that was provided to me was efficient and courteous. They were able to quickly assist me with my issues and point me in the right direction. Thanks again!"
Andrew, NSW
"Thanks Credit Card Compare. Your prompt replies to my questions have been really helpful and most important fast. Will recommend you to my friends and acquaintances definitely!"
P. McGowan, NSW
"I used Credit Card Compare when I was looking for a new credit card and am so happy I did."
T. Davidson, WA
Read more testimonials
Compare these cards: