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What are the benefits of Qantas Pay?

  • No international transaction and currency conversion fees^
  • No regular account keeping fees
  • Earn Qantas Points on eligible purchases at home, abroad and online (and double dip when spending at a Qantas Frequent Flyer Program Partner). Points will be awarded monthly with each statement.*
  • Load up to 10 foreign currencies and lock in competitive exchange rates at once or AUD.#
  • Load Australian dollars and use the card globally wherever Mastercard is accepted
  • Transfer between currencies in real time and manage funds via the Qantas Money mobile app and website.
  • 24/7 access to Global Emergency Assistance.
  • Be in control of your money, only spend what you have loaded on the card

Important information
^ Some ATM operators may charge a withdrawal fee. In addition, if relevant a foreign exchange rate may be applied in accordance with clause 7 of Part B of the Qantas Pay PDS which can be found here.
* Membership and the earning and redemption of Qantas Points are subject to the Qantas Frequent Flyer Terms and Conditions. Eligible purchases exclude, but is not limited to, money orders, traveller’s cheques, gambling chips or purchasing foreign currencies in cash. You do not earn Qantas Points when loading funds to your facility, transferring funds to another currency balance or another member’s facility or when withdrawing funds from ATMs or cashing out your facility balance. Purchases that are reversed, refunded or charged-back are also ineligible for Qantas Points earn, in addition to fees incurred. Qantas Points are earned as follows: 1.5 Qantas Points per AU$1 spent in foreign currency and 1 Qantas Point per AU$4 spent in Australian dollars. Qantas Points are calculated using the Qantas Pay Daily Rate as defined in the PDS, and may vary daily. For more information see or contact Mastercard Qantas Travel Money Global Support.
# The currencies supported are detailed on the currencies page or in the PDS.

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