In light of the current level of financial uncertainty many borrowers are facing, Jetstar are temporarily pausing new credit card applications.
No booking fees on jetstar.com
Complimentary Club Jetstar membership
$69 annual fee after the first year
$10,000 spend required to receive a $100 Jetstar travel voucher
For Jetstar customers, this card offers two main benefits: earning points and avoiding booking fees.
Under the Jetstar Dollars program you'll earn 1 Jetstar Dollar for every $100 you spend on eligible purchases. For every 100 Jetstar Dollars you accumulate you'll be automatically sent a $100 Jetstar travel voucher. That means you need to spend $10,000 to receive a $100 travel voucher.
|Category||Low Rate Credit Cards, Frequent Flyer & Travel Credit Cards and Balance Transfer Credit Cards||Low Rate Credit Cards, Frequent Flyer & Travel Credit Cards and Balance Transfer Credit Cards|
|Benefits||Reduced First Year Annual Fee||Reduced First Year Annual Fee|
|Minimum Credit Limit||$2,000||$2,000|
|Maximum Credit Limit||$50,000||$50,000|
|Additional Cardholder Fee||$9 p.a.||$9 p.a.|
|Rewards Program||Jetstar Dollars||Qantas Frequent Flyer|
This is capped at 500 Jetstar Dollars per year. Also, receive a $100 Jetstar Travel Voucher for every 100 Jetstar Dollars you accrue.
This is capped at 25,000 points per year.
|Rates & Fees|
|Purchase Rate||19.99% p.a.||19.99% p.a.|
|Cash Advance Fee||3%||3%|
|Late Payment Fee||$35||$35|
|Annual Fee||$29 p.a.||$29 p.a.|
|Foreign Transaction Fee||3%||3%|
|Interest Free Period||55 days||55 days|
|Cash Advance Rate||19.99% p.a.||19.99% p.a.|
|Reduced First Year Annual Fee||$0||$0|
|Balance Transfer Rates|
|Balance Transfer Period||14 months||14 months|
|Balance Transfer Rate||0% p.a.||0% p.a.|
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Do not recommend using the card overseas, because there is a transaction fee.
Otherwise this card is perfect for anyone who uses Jetstar.
About every 6 months I get a $100 Voucher, and use it to go to Bali.
Used properly, and paid off monthly, this is a cost free card.
Other benefits include no booking fees, and an easy to use online account
I have recommended it to many friends.
Good if you use it appropriately
The best thing about this card is if you spend $10000 you get a $100 Jetstar voucher. These rewards are better than many other cards as long as you want to travel. Annual fee isn't too bad. Though I pay it off each month they gave me a low limit and I accidently went over twice and they gave me a fee but then took it off. Third time they kept it. Can't complain. You can make it so you can't go over which is what I have done.Just make sure you keep within the limits and pay it off each month and it's fine.
Superb Card. Especially If You Use Jetstar.
I have the basic Jetstar Mastercard, not the Platinum one in the photo to this article. They offered it to me after I joined Club Jetstar, with a bonus offer of 150 Jetstar dollars if I spent $1000 in the first two month.( I have already received that voucher and used it).
The card earns one Jetstar cent per dollar spent using it on non-government transactions. That's now twice the rate typically being paid by most Australian credit cards with say $100 to $160 annual fees, which usually give half a Qantas Frequent Flyer point or half a Veloc...ity point per dollar . Though the Jetstar dollars can only be used on Jetstar, and not for all sorts of other purchases as with Qantas and Virgin points. Using the card on a Jetstar flight gets one 10% off food and drinks. And using it to book flights results in not being charged certain fees, which add up to quite a few dollars compared to using a regular credit card, and you earn Jetstar dollars on that booking transaction. I've used Jetstar flights on two overseas vacations and have just booked a third. Their Dreamliners are great, and I especially like using Jetstar because it has many direct flights out of Melbourne, where I don't have to pay more as well as then to sit in Sydney airport for hours, as with various other companies. Jetstar is indeed a budget carrier, but it is a good cut above using other budget carriers like Ryanair, which I have flown in Europe. So, as I intend continuing to use Jetstar into the future, then continuing to keep this card is a no-brainer. Their Mastercard website is a little confusing - containing lots of stuff I find irrelevant. But clicking on "Jetstar Mastercard" in the "Accounts and Statements" section brings up all transactions, including the pending ones. The biggest nuisance is that because it keeps recent pending transactions out of the Balance owed figure, I have to add them to the outstanding Balance to know how much I really owe (though, to be fair, others like American Express do the same thing).
40k Qantas points, can't argue
Got the deal with 40,000 free Qantas points on sign up. Annual fee less than $100, cannot argue with this. Has already paid for itself. Happy
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No Problems better than the big banks
I have had no issues with mine Best Qantas FF acccumulater I have found with 50000 bonus points to sign on. Had it for 6 months now.
As has been said you need to pay it off on time wish is easily doen with Bpay from my bank.
I have found most people that write a review here have a gripe with the product and hence it skews the rating.
Collect the 100,000 Qantas points at no cost
Receiving 1 Qantas point for every dollar spent with a MasterCard is brilliant as long as you pay the full amount of statement each month by the due date. I collect 100,000 points in about 8 months and then do not use the card again until its anniversary date and points start accumulating.
Usual MasterCard benefits
Will limit to 100,000 Qantas points
Questions & Answers
I recently applied for the jetstar promotion master card 25,000 points and received a email confirming the application asking for proof of income to be sent to complete the application.
But when i went to send the proof of income i could not find the email from Jetstar to reply nor could I find the original application email I had sent initially?? They had both disappeared and make me wonder if there is a scam at work?
I phoned 1300 150 100 they were reluctant to look up my application and kept saying just send your proof of payment, i asked for the email to be resent they said they could not resend it?
I am reluctant to follow through as I find it very strange that both Jetstar emails could Vanish from my inbox and sent mail !!
Anyone else having the same problem, i'm worried the information sent is being scammed.
I think Macquarie Bank are running a scam which just serves to reinforce their image, which makes the public image of used car sales people look angelic.
The cost of these promotions QFF point promotions is the cash MacqB has to pay Qantas to buy the points and they have worked out that by dragging out the process so as to delay one being able to use the card before the promotion closes they need not buy any points at all, yet they still pocket the annual fees. This is deceptive advertising in my view.
Then they also have all this financial information about people and heaven knows what use they make of that, they may well sell that to other organisations. All that nonsense about can't send an email in this day and age is lie.
This is an all too common experience as documented on Product Review plus others e.g. Mozo.
Thankyou. I have hesitated continuing my application as I feel unsure of the overseas help?
Plus making payments internet for me seems daunting. I must say though as far as Jetstar itself we have no complaints.
I feel concerned for the future generations trusting and selling their soul to unknown identities.
It is a difficult web to avoid, which has introduced an insatiable greed to the world.
Yet now that the internet horse has bolted only time will determine its outcome. We can only brace ourselves for a rough ride sadly some more than others.
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