Bank Rewards Points Calculators
Calculators for earning, redeeming, transferring, and calculating the cash value of points earned with bank rewards programs.
Bank programs offers great opportunities to earn rewards on everyday spend. These programs aren't associated with any particular airline or hotel program. Instead, they are offered directly through the bank. You'll also want to note that there are two types of bank rewards programs. Those that allow you to transfer points to partners and those that don't. The more popular programs are of course the ones that allow you to transfer points to airline miles and hotel points. The ones that don't allow you to transfer are still great programs, but more-so just glorified cash back programs.
Bank Rewards Programs
Listed below are all available calculators for Australia bank rewards programs covered on this website.
American Express Membership Rewards
American Express Membership Rewards is one of the top rewards programs in the world. They offer a total of six point earnings cards ranging from the premium (and popular) AMEX Platinum Card down to the no-annual AMEX Essential Card. AMEX also offers two co-branded David Jones cards that grants exclusive benefits while still earning you a solid amount of Membership Rewards Points.
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The Amplify Rewards Program is shared between Bank of Melbourne, BankSA, and St. George banks. The program features three credit card variants which are the Amplify Card, Amplify Platinum Card, and Amplify Signature Card. Amplify Rewards Points can be redeemed towards gift cards, charity, merhandise, and more. You can also transfer your points to a small handful of airline partners including Virgin Australia Velocity.
ANZ offers three ANZ Point earning credit cards. The ANZ Rewards Black Card offers the best return along with great travel and purchase insurance, the ANZ Rewards Platinum Card earns a slightly lower return and the same great travel and purchase insurance, and the ANZ Rewards Classic Card earns the lowest return, offers the lowest annual fee, and has no insurance benefits.
|ANZ Rewards Points Calculators|
|ANZ Rewards Black Card Calculator|
|ANZ Rewards Platinum Card Calculator|
|ANZ Rewards Classic Card Calculator|
Bendigo offers 1 rewards credit card called the Bendigo Platinum Rewards Credit Card. It earns 1.5 points per $1 spent on all purchases, grants access to Mastercard Priceless Cities, and offers both travel and purchase insurance. Points earned with the card can be redeemed for gift cards, merchandise, cash back or donations.
|Bendigo Rewards Points Calculators|
|Bendigo Platinum Rewards Credit Card Calculator|
BOQ has two rewards credit cards. The BOQ Rewards Platinum Visa Card offers double points on all purchases and offers travel and purchase insurance while the BOQ Rewards Blue Visa Card offers 1 point per $1 spent on all purchases and offers just purchase insurance.
|BOQ Q Rewards|
|BOQ Q Rewards Points Calculators|
|BOQ Platinum Visa Credit Card Calculator|
|BOQ Blue Visa Credit Card Calculator|
Citi Australia offers three Citi Rewards credit cards ranging from the entry level Citi Rewards Card up to the premium Citi Prestige Card. If you're looking for a great flexible rewards program, Citi offers you the ability to transfer your points to top rewards programs.
|Citi Rewards Points Calculators|
|Citi Prestige Card Calculator|
|Citi Premier Card Calculator|
|Citi Rewards Card Calculator|
Westpac offers two Altitude Rewards credit cards. The Altitude Black Card offers a very nice 6x points across Qantas, Jetstar, Singapore Airlines, and Emirates along with 2x across many other categories including Uber, Airbnb, and Myer. The Altitude Platinum Card offers a lower 3x on Qantas and Jetstar while still offering 2x across many of the same categories as the Altitude Black.
|Westpac Altitude Rewards|
|Altitude Points Calculators|
|Westpac Altitude Black Card Calculator|
|Westpac Altitude Platinum Card Calculator|