Caltex StarCard Review

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Earn up to 10,000 bonus Qantas Points and save on fuel with the Caltex StarCard.

The Caltex StarCard is designed to help small businesses get extra value from their fuel purchases and car costs. You can save up to 4 cents per litre on fuel and earn Qantas Points for petrol, servicing and administration. The card is accepted at over 2,000 Caltex locations Australia-wide, so you can enjoy the perks no matter where your business takes you.

Product NameCaltex StarCard
Rewards ProgramQantas Business Rewards
Offer end date31 August 2018
Annual fee$35.40 p.a.
Card TypeFuel
Complimentary Travel InsuranceNo
Minimum Age18 years of age
Available To Temporary ResidentsNo
Annual fee$35.40 p.a.

Pros

  • Earn up to 10,000 bonus Qantas points when you apply by 31 August 2018 and spend a minimum of $300 on your StarCard account by 30 September 2018.
  • Benefit from a complimentary Qantas Business Rewards membership.
  • Earn Qantas Points on eligible business spend.

Cons

  • Additional monthly card fees for extra services apply.
Rewards ProgramQantas Business Rewards
Bonus Points10,000 bonus points
Rewards Points per $ spent (VISA/MC)1

Benefits of a Caltex StarCard

  • Up to 10,000 bonus Qantas Points. Sign up for a new Caltex StarCard by 31 August 2018, be a member of Qantas Business Rewards program and you will receive 5,000 bonus Qantas Points from Caltex plus an additional 5,000 bonus Qantas Points from Qantas Business Rewards. This means you could earn up to a total of 10,000 bonus points. You can only score the bonus points when you spend a minimum of $300 on your StarCard account by 30 September 2018.
  • Save on fuel costs. StarCard members can save 4 cents per litre on Vortex Premium fuels and 2 cents per litre on regular petrol and diesel. You’ll also save 10% on packaged lubricants and 5% on convenience items at selected sites.
  • Earn Qantas Points. You’ll collect 1 Qantas Point per 1 litre of Vortex Premium fuels and per 2 litres of regular petrol and diesel. You can also pick up 1 Qantas Point per $1 spent on eligible products in-store and per $1 spent on services, repairs and parts.
  • Free Qantas Business Rewards membership. StarCard customers can also join the Qantas Business Rewards program for free, saving $89.50. If you join and then purchase a flight for work, you can earn points for both your organisation's Qantas Business Rewards account and for your individual frequent flyer account. You’ll also enjoy exclusive member savings on flights and the ability to earn points on business purchases with more than 40 partners.
  • Track corporate car costs. If you use the StarCard, all of your vehicle expenses will be tracked in a single, ATO-approved monthly statement.
  • Online account. You can manage your StarCard account online with myCaltex. For further assistance, you can also contact a dedicated 24/7 customer service team.
  • Additional cardholders. You can have multiple additional cardholders for a monthly fee of $2.95 per card.

How to apply for the Caltex StarCard

As a director, partner, owner or trustee, you can apply for the Caltex StarCard online, but make sure you have the following information handy before you begin your application:

  • Your ABN and/or ACN
  • Your driver’s licence, Medicare card or passport for electronic ID check
  • Details of the directors, partners and trustees
  • Vehicle details including registration, make, model, year and state
  • Banking details for direct debit

The Caltex StarCard can help you get extra value and rewards from your corporate car costs if you’re a regular traveller. Although the $35.40 annual fee is relatively small, make sure that the value of the membership outweighs these costs before you apply.

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