So we decided to go with the Coles MasterCard. Only $89 annual fee, 2 points per $1 and can use the points towards a few different airlines instead of being limited to 1 😊
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13-04-2016 09:03 #11
13-04-2016 12:09 #12Senior Member
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Sounds like you've found a good card for you.
Just in case other people read and are wondering, there is actually a website called creditcardfinder.com.au that shows all the deals that are out there. We also use ratecity.com.au to refinance our home loan annually and have saved a small fortune doing that!
13-04-2016 12:34 #13
Just be aware reward points and frequent flier points are different things and have different values.
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13-04-2016 15:54 #15
One review I said says that the anz rewards are 1.2 to 0.6 points ratio for Virgin.
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