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Bonus points
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Annual fee
Estimated Qantas Points
  • Up to 51 days to pay for purchases 

  • 2 Domestic Qantas Club Lounge Invitations 

Bonus points
170,000 PTS
Earn rate
Up to 1.25 PTS per $1 spent
Annual fee
$450
260,000 PTS
Over based on
  • Eligible government payments earn 0.66 PTS per $1 spent 

  • Up to 44 days interest free period 

Bonus points
150,000 PTS
Earn rate
0.66 PTS per $1 spent
Annual fee
$295
197,520 PTS
Over based on
  • Uncapped Qantas Points earning potential  

  • Qantas Business Rewards Level 2 Advance 

Bonus points
130,000 PTS
Earn rate
Up to 0.75 PTS per $1 spent
Annual fee
$300 + $75 p.a. per card rewards fee
184,000 PTS
Over based on
  • Up to 99 additional cardholders

  • Qantas Business Rewards membership 

Bonus points
50,000 PTS
Earn rate
Up to 0.5 PTS per $1 spent
Annual fee
$150
86,000 PTS
Over based on
  • Up to 55 days interest free period 

  • A range of complimentary insurances 

Bonus points
25,000 PTS
Earn rate
Up to 0.6 PTS per $1 spent
Annual fee
$89
68,200 PTS
Over based on

Earn Qantas Points twice on business expenses

As a Qantas Business Rewards member, your business can earn Qantas Points twice on business expenses. Once on any spend on one of our Qantas Points earning Business Rewards credit cards and again when you spend with any of our 50+ program partners. From flights to fuel, power bills to payment platforms, if you’re a small or medium business you can be rewarded just for going about your business.The points your business earns will accrue in your Qantas Business Rewards account, where you can use them to reinvest into your business. Redeem them for flights directly from your business account or transfer them to any Frequent Flyer account and use them for accommodation, wine, car hire or more.

Take a look at Qantas Business Rewards to see all the ways you can earn points for your business. Not a Qantas Business Rewards member yet? Join free here.

Which business credit card that earns Qantas Points will you choose?

Which business credit card that earns Qantas Points will you choose?

Compare the business credit cards that earn Qantas Points with features such as a sign up bonus (based on approval and minimum spend criteria), Qantas Club lounge passes and more. Then decide which one is best suited to your needs and circumstances.

How do I qualify for a business credit card?

How do I qualify for a business credit card?

Before you apply for a business credit card, you'll need to make sure that you meet the necessary eligibility requirements and have organised the necessary documents to complete the application.

How to apply for a business credit card that earns Qantas Points?

How to apply for a business credit card that earns Qantas Points?

Once you’ve decided which business credit card is right for you, the ‘Apply’ button will take you through to the relevant credit card owner’s site. Each has their own set of eligibility requirements which will need to be met in order for your application to be successful.

Qantas Points earning business credit cards

A business credit card that earns Qantas Points is a credit card that’s intended for the use of a business, not for an individual’s personal use. This means you’ll need an Australian Business Number (ABN) to apply. A business credit card can be useful for any sized business, by helping to track business spend. Perhaps you are a sole trader or you have a small business with a handful of employees. There are several types of business credit cards to choose from, including ones that earn you Qantas Points.

What makes a business credit card that earns Qantas Points different?

What makes a business credit card that earns Qantas Points different?

This type of credit card will earn your business and in some instances the individual Frequent Flyer member Qantas Points on your card spend. Depending on which you choose, some credit cards even have bonus points offers (meaning a boost to your business’ points balance) or complimentary Qantas Business Rewards membership.

Business credit cards for travel

Business credit cards for travel

If your business becomes a Qantas Business Rewards member, you or your employee’s feet don’t need to leave the ground to earn Qantas Points. However, if you or your employees need to travel for business, you could earn even more benefits associated with travel. As well as the Qantas Points and Status Credits earned on eligible flights, the business will also earn Qantas Points and a flight discount based on the amount of Qantas Points you earn in a year.

Does my business have to fly a lot for it to be worth having a Business credit card?

Does my business have to fly a lot for it to be worth having a Business credit card?

Using a business credit card that earns Qantas Points is a great way for you or your employee to build their points balance. Even if you don’t need to fly often for business, just being smart with your business credit card is one of the fastest ways to earn Qantas Points.

What is the best credit card for small businesses?

Finding the right card

Finding the right card

While there’s no 'best' credit card for small business, the credit card that is best for your business will be the one that fits in with your existing business spending. This means you'll need to look at a range of factors.

Factors to consider

Factors to consider

  • Eligible purchases to earn you Qantas Points
  • Capital expenses
  • Any additional staff that need credit cards?
  • What are your business travel payment needs?
  • Additional benefits
  • Cash flow management
  • Will an interest free period create additional savings for your business?

Some credit cards also link with accounting software which can help with financial reconciliations at tax time.

Understanding your priorities

Understanding your priorities

You can then match the types of transactions you make with the credit card features. For example, if your business uses a credit card for flights and regularly pays it off, a credit card that earns Qantas Points might offer competitive value.

On the other hand, if your business relies on the credit card for credit, interest-free days, a low rate or low fee a business credit card might be the best option.

Business credit cards and foreign transaction fees

There are many business credit cards offering 0% foreign transaction fees. Although many credit cards have annual fees, you can potentially save money spent on those fees by paying 0% in foreign transaction fees. There are other important things to keep in mind to:

Overseas ATM withdrawal fees

It's important to remember that things can work differently in other countries, especially when it comes to ATM charges. These can attract a fee from the ATM provider worth at least $3 or between 2-4% of the total transaction, so make sure you budget accordingly and do your research.

Purchase rate

Being money smart and paying your credit card balance by the due date on each statement will ensure that your overseas spending won't attract interest at the credit card's standard rate - a rate which could reduce the value you get from having no foreign transaction fees.

Other travel benefits

Some credit cards offer additional perks, such as complimentary travel insurance, airport lounge access or Qantas Points for your eligible spending. Be sure to check what you need to do to activate these perks so you get maximum value out of your credit card e.g. paying for your airfares on the credit card offering the reward.

Frequently Asked Questions

How long does it take to receive my credit card reward points?

The time it takes to receive points from one of our credit card partners to your Qantas Frequent Flyer account varies based on financial partner. Please contact the credit card provider for more information.

How do I transfer my credit card reward points to Qantas Points?

You'll need to check with your credit card provider as arrangements vary depending on the type of credit card you have and the reward program you belong to.

Can I transfer reward points earned on my card to another Qantas Frequent Flyer members account?

In most circumstances credit card reward points can only be transferred by the primary cardholder. You can, however, transfer points from a Qantas Business Rewards account to an employee's individual Qantas Frequent Flyer account.

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Be rewarded on global FX with Qantas Business Money

Be rewarded on global FX with Qantas Business Money

Is your business making international payments? With FX rates that could save you up to 70% compared to the big banks~, plus Qantas Points on every currency conversion*, make doing business across borders more rewarding than ever with Qantas Business Money.

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Ways to use your Qantas Points

Earn points on your everyday business expenses and use the points you earn to reinvest in your business with a wide range of rewards including flights, upgrades, hotels and more.

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Book and manage all your business travel with Qantas Business Rewards

Book and manage all your business travel with Qantas Business Rewards

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What you need to know

You must be a member of the Qantas Frequent Flyer program to earn and use Qantas Points. A joining fee may apply. Membership and points are subject to the Qantas Frequent Flyer program Terms and Conditions.

The credit card products referred to on this webpage are not Qantas products and not offered or issued by Qantas but by the relevant credit licensees. The information about the credit products has been provided by the relevant credit licensees and not Qantas. Qantas does not hold an Australian Credit Licence and is not a licensee in relation to the credit activity being engaged in by the relevant credit licensees.

The information on this webpage is factual and of a general nature only and does not consider your personal objectives, financial situation or particular needs.

Qantas is not recommending the products described on this webpage. We recommend that you obtain independent advice before you apply for any product which is described on this webpage. Qantas does not accept liability for any loss arising from the use of, or reliance, on the information provided on this webpage.

Points are offered by the relevant program card partner and partner reward program and can only be earned on eligible purchases. Bonus points amounts offered are different for each credit card. Minimum spend criteria, terms and conditions, fees and charges may apply.

^Estimated points calculations:

- Are based on a fixed monthly spend each month for the period specified and will include the relevant card’s sign on bonus points, provided the monthly spend amount meets the minimum spend criteria.

- Where 2nd year bonus points are offered and the specified time period selected is 2 years or more, these points will be included.

- Include points capping and points tiers, if applicable.

- Assume 100% of spend is categorised as eligible everyday domestic spend. Check the relevant T&Cs to determine what spend qualifies for points earning. For some products, international spend, government spend and spend on Qantas products and services may result in additional points, or fewer points, being awarded. Where applicable, eligible domestic spend is split into 4 categories:
  • Major Restaurants, Cafes and Hotels (6%),
  • Major Petrol outlets, Supermarkets and National retailers (16%)
  • Utilities (3%)
  • All other spend (75%)

- Do not factor in bonus points available for first-time Qantas Points earning credit cardholders (excludes the Qantas Money Premier Platinum credit card where these bonus points are always available).

- Do not include bonus points on balance transfers.

This tool has been prepared by Qantas and not the associated financial institution. Amounts are estimations only, to be used as a guide, and are not a guarantee of points you will earn. Refer to the full T&Cs for the relevant card to see what purchases are eligible for earning points, and to ascertain points earn rates, bonus points, fees and charges associated over the duration you hold the card.