ANZ Rewards Visa Card – Rates and Fees Review

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Save money with no annual fee in the first year and receive 25,000 bonus Reward Points when you meet the spend requirement for the ANZ Rewards Visa Card.

The ANZ Rewards Visa Card allows you to earn points per $1 spent on eligible purchases, with a treasure trove of valuable rewards including flights and other travel, gift cards, merchandise and cash back. Apply for this card now, be approved and take advantage of 25,000 bonus points when you spend $2,500 on eligible purchases in the first 3 months from approval and no annual fee in the first year.

Product NameANZ Rewards Credit Card
Rewards ProgramANZ Rewards Program
Balance Transfer Limit95% of available credit limit
Purchase rate (p.a.)18.79% p.a.
Annual fee$0 p.a. annual fee for the first year ($80 p.a. thereafter)
Interest Free Period
The interest-free period on purchases is the period or number of days you do not have to pay interest on your card purchases. You will be charged interest either from the day you make a purchase or from the statement date, unless you pay the closing balance in full by the due date (or within the interest-free period) on your statement.
Up to 44 days on purchases
Cash advance rate (p.a.)20.99% p.a.
Min credit limit
This is the lowest credit card limit that you can request. It is possible to apply for a higher credit card limit but not a lower one than this figure.
$1,000
Max credit limit
This credit limit may not be issued to you immediately on application. This is the maximum credit limit for this card which must be applied for or offered to you after you are approved and have already opened the account.
$15,000
Minimum Monthly Repayment2% of the closing balance or $25, whichever is greater
Minimum Income$15,000
Card TypeVisa
Late Payment Fee$20
Foreign Currency Conversion Fee (VISA)
Foreign currency conversion fees are charged when you make a transaction that is converted by a credit card network, such as MasterCard, Visa or American Express, from Australian dollars to a foreign currency. You’ll also incur a currency conversion fee if you make a purchase or obtain a cash advance in Australian dollars while overseas or shopping online with a foreign merchant or financial institution.
3% of transaction value
Complimentary Travel InsuranceNo
Available To Temporary ResidentsNo
Joint ApplicationNo
Minimum Income$15,000
Minimum Age18 years of age
Available to Temporary ResidentsNo
Credit Rating Requirement
Credit rating requirement is provided only as a guide. Understanding your credit file helps you make more informed decisions in regards to your finances. Learn more about what this means here.
Good
Min Credit Limit
This is the lowest credit card limit that you can request. It is possible to apply for a higher credit card limit but not a lower one than this figure.
$1,000
Max Credit Limit
This credit limit may not be issued to you immediately on application. This is the maximum credit limit for this card which must be applied for or offered to you after you are approved and have already opened the account.
$15,000
Annual Fee$0 p.a. annual fee for the first year ($80 p.a. thereafter)
Minimum Repayment2% of the closing balance or $25, whichever is greater
Late Payment Fee$20
Over Limit Fee$20
Cash Advance FeeThe greater of 2% of the cash advance amount or minimum of $4.00
Overseas Cash Advance FeeThe greater of 2% of the cash advance amount or minimum of $4.00
Overseas ATM Withdrawal Fee$5
Foreign Currency Conversion Fee (VISA)
Foreign currency conversion fees are charged when you make a transaction that is converted by a credit card network, such as MasterCard, Visa or American Express, from Australian dollars to a foreign currency. You’ll also incur a currency conversion fee if you make a purchase or obtain a cash advance in Australian dollars while overseas or shopping online with a foreign merchant or financial institution.
3% of transaction value
Gambling Transactions AllowedYes
Gambling Transactions Interest RateCash Advance Rate
Additional Cardholder Fee$65 p.a.
Number of Additional Cardholders3
BPAYYes
ChequeYes
Direct DebitYes
Australia PostNo
Phone BankingYes
Internet Banking TransfersYes
In BranchYes
MailYes

Pros

  • Receive 25,000 bonus points when you spend $2,500 on eligible purchases in the first 3 months from card approval.
  • Pay no annual fee for the first year.
  • Enjoy up to 44 interest-free days on purchases.

Cons

  • It only gives you up to 44 interest-free days on purchases.
Rewards ProgramANZ Rewards Program
Bonus Points on Sign-up25,000
Rewards Points per $ (VISA/MC)1
Rewards Points per $ (VISA/MC) CapUncapped
Points Expiry36 months

ANZ Rewards Visa Card review

This Visa credit card from ANZ gives you a lot of purchasing power, with acceptance in stores, over the phone and online. Until 5 August 2017, it also offers 1 point per $1 spent on eligible purchases uncapped. After that, you receive 1 point per $1 spent up to $1,000 per statement period, then 0.5 point per $1 spent on eligible purchase above $1,000 per statement period. Note that different earn rates may apply for existing customers. Call ANZ on 13 13 14 for more information on the reward points earn rate(s) that apply to their account.

In addition to these features, you have the added benefit of free ANZ ATM access, and online and mobile banking. This makes it easy to manage your account and see how your rewards points are stacking up. You can also enjoy an offer of no annual fee in the first year (normally $80 p.a.) and 25,000 bonus ANZ Reward Points when you apply, are approved and spend at least $2,500 on eligible purchases in the first 3 months from card approval.

Benefits of the ANZ Rewards Visa Card

Check out these benefits of the ANZ Rewards Visa:

  • No annual fee in the first year. The ANZ Rewards Visa Card offers $0 annual fee in the first year. A fee of $80 p.a. will apply thereafter.
  • Bonus Reward Points. Apply, be approved and spend $2,500 on eligible purchases in the first 3 months from card approval to receive the 25,000 bonus points.
  • Earn rewards points per $1 spent. The ANZ Rewards Visa has standard earn rates of 1 Reward Point per $1 spent on eligible purchases up to $1,000 per statement period, then 0.5 Reward Point per $1 spent on eligible purchase above $1,000 per statement period. Until 5 August 2017, receive 1 Reward Point per $1 spent on eligible purchases uncapped. Eligible purchases include most everyday transactions but exclude fees, cash, cash equivalent transactions, balance transfers, premiums paid for ANZ Credit Card Insurance and transactions for gambling or gaming purposes. Refer to the ANZ Rewards terms and conditions booklet for more details.
  • ANZ Rewards options. The ANZ Rewards program allows you to redeem your points for travel rewards, merchandise, shopping vouchers and gift cards. You also have the option of cash back for your points, which can be applied to any of your ANZ accounts. Plus you can choose your reward in advance and it will automatically be sent to you when you reach your point goal.
  • Flexible frequent flyer reward options. Instead of being limited to one airline rewards program, you can earn points and transfer them to a frequent flyer account with Velocity, Air New Zealand, Singapore Airlines or Cathay Pacific Asia.
  • Additional cards. For an annual fee of $65 per card, you can get up to 3 additional cards for your family members to use. These cards also earn points for your account. Note that you will still be held responsible for keeping the account in good standing.
  • Mobile payment technology. Apple Pay, Android Pay and ANZ Mobile Pay let you use your Apple or Android device to tap and pay with your eligible ANZ credit card.

Features of the ANZ Rewards Visa Card

Keep the following features in mind for the ANZ Rewards Visa when comparing other cards:

  • Annual fee. This card has a standard annual fee of $80 (waived in year one).
  • Interest rates. The interest charged to your purchase balance is 18.79% p.a. (variable). For cash advance transactions, such as ATM withdrawals or foreign currency purchases, a standard variable interest rate of 20.99% p.a. applies.
  • Security. Feel protected with a card that is monitored for fraud using the Falcon system.
  • Interest-free days. If you pay your balance in full by the due date on each statement, your purchases won’t begin earning interest for up to 44 days after they have been made.
  • Credit limit. Your minimum credit limit on the rewards Visa card will be $1,000.
  • Other ANZ Rewards program details. Reward points accrue in accordance with the ANZ Rewards – Rewards Program Terms and Conditions booklet, available online or by calling 13 13 14.

How to apply for an ANZ Rewards Visa Card

Apply online for the ANZ Rewards Visa card if you are able to meet the following requirements.

Eligibility criteria

  • Age. You must be at least 18 years of age to be considered for this rewards credit card.
  • Residency status. Australian permanent residents and citizens are eligible to apply for this card. Temporary residents of Australia and New Zealand citizens are also welcome to apply, but will need to meet specific conditions. Visit the ANZ website, a branch or call 13 13 14 for more information.
  • Minimum income. Australian residents earning at least $15,000 annually will be considered. If you are a temporary or non-permanent Australian resident, you must earn at least $50,000 per annum, hold a valid 457 working visa and have at least 9 months remaining from the date of application.

Required documents

  • Identification. This could be your driver’s licence or passport. If you are a Visa holder you will also need to provide information from those documents.
  • Financial details. You will be asked about your income, expenses, assets and liabilities.
  • Employment details. This includes your role, salary and your employer’s contact details. For those who are self-employed, ANZ will require information about your accountant.

The ANZ Rewards Visa is an entry-level rewards credit card that has a reasonable earn rate and flexible reward options. It has a competitive annual fee when compared to some other reward credit cards, but doesn’t offer many extras.  As there are a number of rewards credit cards on the market, you’d be good to compare your options to find the ideal card for you.

Frequently asked questions

Qantas is not one of the airline partners for the ANZ Rewards card, but there are other airlines, including Velocity, that you can transfer your points to with this card.

No. As of 1 March 2017, ANZ no longer offers American Express credit cards. Existing customers can continue to use their AMEX card until 5 August 2017.

If you are an existing customer with an ANZ Rewards credit card account that includes an Amex card, you can use it until 5 August 2017. The earn rate for this card was 1.5 points per $1 spent. Note that earn rates are subject to change, so for current details you should contact ANZ on 13 13 14.

No, there is no limit to the number of points you can earn in a year. However, there are different earn rates on this card, as follow:

  • Until 5 August 2017. Receive 1 Reward Point per $1 spent on eligible purchases uncapped.
  • 1 Reward Point per $1 spent on eligible purchases. This earn rate is available for spending up to $1,000 per statement period.
  •  Reward Points per $1 spent on eligible purchase. This earn rate is offered for spending above $1,000 per statement period.

Note that earn rates are subject to change, so for current details you should contact ANZ on 13 13 14.

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58 Responses to ANZ Rewards Visa Card – Rates and Fees Review

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    dianne | June 21, 2016

    Do I get 2 cards – 1 Visa and 1 AMEX?

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      May | June 21, 2016

      Hi Dianne,

      Thanks for your question.

      Yes, you can get 2 cards – 1 Visa and 1 AMEX – both under one ANZ Rewards Visa Card account. This way, you’ll have the opportunity as to maximising your potential of earning rewards points.

      Cheers,
      May

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    Hai | June 14, 2016

    please define : “Definition of eligible purchases”.

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      Anndy | June 14, 2016

      Hi Hai,

      Thanks for your question.

      Eligible purchases are purchases for goods and services but excluding returns and other credits. Eligible purchases do not include fees or interest charges, balance transfers, cash advances, purchases of traveler’s checks, purchases or reloading of prepaid cards, or purchases of other cash equivalents. 

      I hope this answers your question.

      Cheers,
      Anndy

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    | July 28, 2015

    What is the conversion rate of the reward points to frequent flyer points?

    1 reward point = ?? Krisflyer miles/Velocity/Airpoint dollars/Asia miles.

    Thanks.

    • Staff
      Sally | July 29, 2015

      Hi Kenny,

      Thanks for your question.

      Two ANZ Rewards points can be redeemed for one Velocity Frequent Flyer point.

      A minimum of 6,000 ANZ Rewards Points can be redeemed for 2,000 KrisFlyer Miles. After the initial redemption, you can redeem a minimum of 3,000 ANZ rewards points for 1,000 KrisFlyer Miles.

      Redeem an initial minimum of 3,000 Rewards Points for 15 Airpoint Dollars, with additional multiples of 1,500 ANZ Rewards Points allowed thereafter.

      You can redeem a minimum of 3,000 Rewards Points for 1,000 Asia Miles and then a minimum of 1,500 ANZ Rewards Points thereafter.

      For further information, please visit the ANZ Rewards website.

      I hope this has answered your question.

      Thanks,

      Sally

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    Lan | May 4, 2015

    I applied for this card and received it about a month ago. How long does it take to get the 50,000 bonus points?

    • Staff
      Jonathan | May 5, 2015

      Hi Lan, thanks for your inquiry!

      The 50,000 bonus Reward Points will be credited to your account within three months of your first eligible purchase. The first eligible purchase must be made within 30 days of approval.

      Cheers,

      Jonathan

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    loui | March 17, 2015

    hi, im interested in this credit card but a little confused with the wording. can you receive qantas frequent flyer points on this card or not ?

    also can you explain how the dual amex/visa works – is it one card or two ? if i make a purchase using amex card do i receive 2 points and if i make a purchase using the visa card do i receive 1.5 points ? so effectively you would receive 2 statements each month ?

    • Staff
      Jonathan | March 18, 2015

      Hi Loui, thanks for your inquiry!

      Unfortunately the ANZ Rewards Visa card does not earn Qantas Frequent Flyers points, although you can convert Rewards points to Velocity Frequent Flyer Points, Air New Zealand Airpoints Dollars, Singapore Airlines KrisFlyer Miles and Cathay Pacific Asia Miles. This card comes with a American Express and Visa card, with earnings rates of 2.00 points and 1.50 points respectively. The earnings rates would be displayed on the same statement under different headings.

      I hope this helps!

      Cheers,

      Jonathan

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    Clare | February 17, 2015

    Can I get an additional card for other person? How much does this cost?

    • Staff
      Elizabeth | February 17, 2015

      Hi Clare,

      Thanks for your question.

      You can add up to three additional cardholders to your account. For additional cardholders on ANZ Rewards an additional cardholder fee of $10 will apply, along with a Rewards Program Services Fee of $55 per additional cardholder on the account.

      I hope this has helped.

      Thanks,

      Elizabeth

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      Clare | February 18, 2015

      Thanks, also what is the quickest way to apply/ get approved for a card. I have done online application with other banks and ended up not going ahead because they have not got back to me in weeks despite phone calls or have given me the run around re additional card holder etc

    • Staff
      Jonathan | February 18, 2015

      Hi Clare, thanks for your inquiry!

      Generally credit card applications can take 5-10 days for the card to reach the desired address after application approval. Please see our page on new credit card applications on this page and the expected time of arrival for the card depending on the lender.

      Cheers,

      Jonathan

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    SHELSEA | February 7, 2015

    hi
    i would like to ask how many points equals to 1 AUS dollar
    and if i want use progress saver account to pay my school fee, can i get the points?

    • Staff
      Jonathan | February 9, 2015

      Hi Shelsea, thanks for your inquiry!

      In regards to ANZ rewards points, rewards have different amounts of points requirements, depending on the type of reward. As such there is no set measure for rewards points to $AUD.

      For the purposes of this clause 47, qualifying purchases include everyday purchases charged to a black card account by the black card account holder or by any additional cardholder authorised by the black card account holder, but exclude balance transfers, cash advances (as defined in the ANZ Credit Cards Conditions of Use), cash equivalent transactions, any interest charges debited to the credit card account (including interest charged on previously charged interest), stamp duty and other government charges, ANZ Fees and account adjustments resulting from disputed or reversed transactions or refunds. Generally school fees are considered cash advances and are exempt from earning points.

      Cheers,

      Jonathan

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      SHELSEA | February 9, 2015

      thank you so much that is really helped

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    Barry | October 21, 2014

    If I spend 100000 a year on my credit card how much frequent flyer points do I get

    • Staff
      Elizabeth | October 22, 2014

      Hi Barry,

      Thanks for your question.

      This depends whether you spend this money on the Visa or American Express card linked to this account. You will earn 1.5 points for every dollar spent on your Visa card, so $10,000 will earn you 15,000 points. For your American Express card you will earn 2 points for every dollar you spend, so $10,000 spent will earn you 20,000 points.

      I hope this has helped.

      Thanks,

      Elizabeth

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    Frank | July 12, 2014

    Will I earn point with anz credit card payments to the ATO for BAS?

    • Staff
      Shirley | July 14, 2014

      Hi Frank,

      Thanks for your question.

      Unfortunately you will not earn reward points on government charges.

      Cheers,
      Shirley

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    Athena | July 5, 2014

    Hi,
    are the points earned capped in any way?

    • Staff
      Shirley | July 7, 2014

      Hi Athena,

      Thanks for your question.

      This card allows uncapped points earning.

      Cheers,
      Shirley

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