Etihad - Etihad Guest
Member since 07 Feb 2019
Total posts 5
What are people's thoughts? Does it represent value for money?
Member since 16 Oct 2012
Total posts 16
It will be very interesting to see if they pick up customers who drop their AMEX platinum cards after the evaluation of the AMEX rewards program in April.
Member since 10 Feb 2019
Total posts 2
Qantas - Qantas Frequent Flyer
Member since 11 Dec 2017
Total posts 122
I can definitely see the appeal to big spenders vice high flyers. Not much benefit to top tier FF’s but anyone else with deep pockets and lower status could easily counterbalance the fee with a couple of long haul J flights.
Member since 08 Jun 2014
Total posts 308
This card makes little sense. Most big spenders would have at least platinum status already? The FF point rate is useful but does not compensate the 1200 annual fee. My personal spend is over the 12k per month and so I will not get the extra benefit. plus no flight voucher, hotel affiliation etc. I will stick with Amex where I can use it and Westpac when I am forced to use MC
Member since 02 Sep 2018
Total posts 348
I think this is the card aimed for high rollers who travel on once or twice business class flights on Qantas. They haven't flown enough for Platinum Status so first class lounge passes could be useful and can take advantage of the discount enough to offset the annual fee. Or they could be aiming for those that are burning Qantas points on flights as soon as they earn it, so can't earn enough status credits but can use the lounge passes on flights too.
Singapore Airlines - KrisFlyer
Member since 14 Jun 2017
Total posts 50
It would seem to me that it is very unlikely rhat there is somebody in this country that fits the target market for this card; namely:
Member since 01 Apr 2018
Total posts 46
Even being in the income bracket, $1200 fee = no!
Jetstar Airways - Qantas Frequent Flyer
Member since 18 Feb 2018
Total posts 32
I am a medical professional (so I fly infrequently for conferences, and a few times a year for leisure, but nowhere near the extent of a business traveller) who is unlikely to ever achieve above my current gold FF status, so I guess the card is aimed at someone similar to my demographic, however there is no chance I would get this card. I would essentially be paying $1200 a year to gain entry to the First lounge once (with my partner) and so I can get a modest discount off some flights twice per year? I am perfectly happy with my Amex Ultimate card at a third of the price, entirely offset by the $450 yearly travel credit, and the standard Qantas club entry I am afforded by my gold status. On top of that - a metal card means no PayWave, and Qantas last time I checked still refuses to get on board with Apple Pay so I can't use my phone or watch to make purchases either. Thanks but no thanks!
Member since 08 Nov 2014
Total posts 6
the earn threshold seems a bit stingy imo
Virgin Australia - Velocity Rewards
Member since 20 Dec 2011
Total posts 9
The target market is
a. someone with over $200,000pa income and flies QA and
b. is a snob and wants the metal card
Member since 21 Jul 2018
There really shouldn't be a monthly points earn cap when you're spending this much on an annual fee - the card is designed for buyers after all.
Member since 17 Aug 2016
Total posts 1
This card is one of the worst value cards to ever to hit the market .
Member since 01 Sep 2015
metal card is not easy on touch pay, and its heavy, not to mention it s slippery in any wallet slot...
American Airlines - AAdvantage
Member since 13 Jul 2015
I'm not entirely sure what you are on about - I have the metal Amex and I've never had any issues with touch pay on any device (or in other countries).
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