Frequent Flyer Diners Club card

Earn 1 Qantas Point per $1 and enjoy Diners Club perks including airport lounge access and international shipping options when you shop online.

The Frequent Flyer Diners Club earns Qantas Points on eligible spending at over 35 million businesses around the world. This charge card has a $95 annual card fee and a $55 annual rewards fee.

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$95 p.a.

Annual fee

44 days

Interest free period

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Details

Product NameFrequent Flyer Diners Club Card
Rewards programQantas Frequent Flyer
Purchase rate0% p.a.
Annual fee$95
Interest-free periodUp to 44 days on purchases
Card typeDiners Club
Minimum income$75,000
Available to temporary residentsNo
Joint applicationNo

Pros

  • It comes with complimentary travel insurance.
  • Provides access to the Diners Club Airport and Members lounge
  • You can get a 12-month access to Regus Business Lounge.
Rewards programQantas Frequent Flyer
Bonus pointsN/A
Annual fee$95
Cash advance fee4% or $4, whichever is greater
Overseas cash advance fee4% or $4, whichever is greater
Additional cardholder fee$50

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Amy Bradney-George has been writing about personal finance for more than 13 years – including over 600 articles as a senior writer for Finder. Her work has also appeared in publications including Money Magazine, The Sydney Morning Herald, Financy, ABC News Australia and Equity Magazine. Amy has a Bachelor of Arts in Journalism and Drama from Griffith University.

Expert review

The Frequent Flyer Diners Club card has a decent earn rate of 1 Qantas Point per $1 spent on eligible transactions, with an additional 1 point per $1 for spending with Qantas. While Diners Club isn’t as widely accepted as American Express, Mastercard or Visa, you can use it at major businesses including Coles, David Jones, Kmart, Target and Woolworths.

How to apply

You can apply for the Frequent Flyer Diners Club card by downloading an application form from the Diners Club website. Get started by checking that you meet the eligibility criteria and have all the documents and details needed to complete the application.

Eligibility criteria

  • Minimum income. You must earn at least $75,000 per year.
  • Australian residency status. You must be an Australian resident.

Card benefits

  • 1 Qantas Point per $1 spent. This card earns 1 Qantas Point per $1 spent on eligible transactions, which includes purchases and cash advances. Transactions you won't earn points for include account fees and government-related spending including spending at Australia Post, payments to the Australian Taxation Office, council rates and public transport fares. If you're not sure where Diners Club is accepted, the Diners Club website has a searchable database that shows where you can pay.
  • Additional Qantas Point per $1 spent with Qantas. You'll get an additional point per $1 spent directly with Qantas Australia when you use your Diners Club card to pay for Qantas flights with a QF flight number, Qantas Club membership or Qantas Frequent Flyer membership.

Rates & fees

  • Annual fee. The Frequent Flyer Diners Club card has an annual fee of $95.
  • Rewards fee. As well as the annual fee, a yearly rewards fee of $55 applies for this account. This means you'll pay a total of $150 per year for the card.

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