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75 Bonus Air NZ Airpoints Dollars with The $0 Annual Fee AmEx Airpoints Card @ The Upgrade Collective


The Upgrade Collective has teamed up with American Express for a partner exclusive offer on the $0 annual fee American Express Airpoints Card. As a new cardholder, you'll receive 75 Airpoints Dollars when you apply via our link, are approved and spend $750 on your card in the first 3 months - that's the equivalent of 75 dollars to spend with Air New Zealand

Amex Airpoints Card inclusions:

⭐ 75 Airpoints Dollars when you apply via our exclusive link and meet the spend and eligibility criteria
⭐ No annual card fee
⭐ 1 Airpoints Dollar per $100 spent on your Card
⭐ Amex cardholders get access to a range of exclusive money-saving offers and membership benefits - including Amex's current Auckland Restaurant month 2019 spend $50 get $20 deal - which you can read about here

Need to know:
- Minimum gross (pre-tax) income of $35,000 per annum required to apply
- Spend a minimum of $750 within the first 3 months of approval to receive bonus points
- To be eligible you must not have held a card issued by AMEX New Zealand in the past 12 months
- Other T&Cs apply

This exclusive Amex partner offer ends on 29 August 2019 and it isn't available on the public Amex website (where you can only access 50 bonus Airpoints Dollars). To access this deal, you must apply via our exclusive link

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    Is it a recurring $0 annual fee?


      Hi Quasar. We can't guarantee that Amex might choose to introduce an annual fee at some time in the future. However, this product has boasted a $0 ongoing annual card fee since its introduction some years back (as opposed to a first year annual fee waiver).


      I've had one for a few years, $0 fee is standard, not a waiver, hopefully forever.
      It's a great card to have for AMEx presales, we don't use it for anything else. Also got 75 Airpoints when we signed up.


      It's been free for at least the last 5 years. Good card.


    So if the minimum gross income is above 35k, are we not allowed to apply? Or will it only nullify the $0 annual fee?

    Also, is the gross income assumed as annual?


      Hi there, you need to earn a pre-tax annual income of $35,000 or more to be eligible to apply, so earning an amount above this threshold won't preclude you. The card comes with a $0 annual fee for all approved applicants - this is standard, and not tied to income in any way. Hope that helps.

    • +1 vote

      I think the clue is in the word minimum.

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