David Jones Card (Membership Rewards)
Bonus PointsReceive 15,000 Membership Reward points when you are approved and spend $750 at locations excluding David Jones on your new card within the first three months. Available to New David Jones American Express Card Members only
- Last updated on 03 Jul 2020
Bendigo Bank Low Rate Mastercard
Purchase Offers0% p.a. on purchases for 15 months from account opening. Receive a $150 Woolworths gift card when you spend $3,000 in 90 days.
2% transfer fee applies
for 15 months then 11.99%
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Amex Membership Rewards (David Jones)
Gift Card, Cash Back
|3 points for $1 spent||AMEX||uncapped||major supermarkets and petrol stations|
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- PURCHASE PROTECTION INSURANCE Covers up to $3,000 per item and $20,000 per year with a $50 excess within 90 days of purchase
- SPECIAL EVENTS Exclusive Fashion Events such as Four days of Fashion, Previews and special Card Member shopping events
- Bonus Points Receive 15,000 Membership Reward points when you are approved and spend $750 at locations excluding David Jones on your new card within the first three months. Available to New David Jones American Express Card Members only
No annual fee for the first year for new Supplementary Card holders. Complimentary standard delivery for items purchased instore or online at David Jones with the Card
Balance Transfer and Cash Advance not available
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American Express, commonly known as AMEX, is a multinational financial services corporation headquartered in New York.
AMEX is the world’s largest credit card issuer by purchase volume. Alongside AMEX credit cards, the company provides personal financial products such as travellers’ cheques, as well as business and corporate financial services.
American Express has a corporate office in Sydney and various currency exchanges around Australia, but no dedicated customer service branches. ATM access is available through AMEX’s network of partner ATMs.
The David Jones American Express card has a moderate annual fee, high interest rates and moderately low number of interest-free days. The card has an associated rewards scheme.
The rewards scheme earns 3 Reward Points per $1 spent at major supermarkets and petrol stations and 2 Reward Points per $1 when you spend at David Jones, as well as 1 Reward Point per $1 spent everywhere else. The rewards program also offers David Jones customers complimentary standard delivery, free gift wrapping, Fashion Pay Later Option and a Christmas Deferred Payment Option.
With this card, American Express delivers purchase protection and an online fraud protection guarantee for any unauthorised charges online. You’ll also get emergency card replacement and global card support. The card can be used with Apple Pay, Samsung Pay and Google Pay.
- Earn Membership Rewards points
- Free delivery from David Jones
- Purchase protection and fraud detection
- High interest rates
- Moderate annual fee
- Moderately low interest-free days
Who is it good for?
The David Jones American Express credit card is well suited to David Jones customers as well as those who want shopping rewards. With this card, David Jones customers receive several benefits, such as complimentary standard delivery when you shop in-store or online.
The high interest rates on this card make it a suitable choice for card holders who pay their bill in full each month. For other potential card holders, this card offers few advantages.
The David Jones American Express card is not particularly well suited to budget card holders. The card charges a moderate annual fee that will not benefit those who are looking for a no-fee credit card. There are cards on the market with lower interest rates and no annual fee that may better suit budget customers.
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This card may be a sensible choice for customers who shop at David Jones regularly, as it earns 3 Rewards Points per $1 spent at large supermarkets and petrol stations and 2 Rewards Points per $1 when you shop at David Jones. However, for potential customers who do not regularly buy at David Jones, this card offers little benefit.
This card earns the highest rate of points when shopping at supermarkets and petrol stations, but the lowest rate when making purchases everywhere else, excluding David Jones. This rewards scheme means that customers who do not shop at David Jones are missing out on a large portion of potential rewards.
For those who want credit card rewards but are not current David Jones customers, there are other cards that can offer you a program that may better suit your shopping preferences.
Eligible customers for the David Jones American Express credit card must be at least 18 years old, have a good credit history and no payment defaults. Applicants must be either an Australian citizen, an Australian permanent resident or hold a business long stay visa. Customers must also have a personal or household income of $40,000 or more per year. Applying online takes only 10 minutes, and applicants will receive a response within five to 10 working days.
About American Express
American Express, sometimes called AMEX, is an American financial services company. Headquartered in New York City, American Express offers a range of services in Australia including travel solutions, insurance, personal credit cards and business credit cards. There are over 110 million American Express credit cards in use across the world. Customers can contact American Express 24/7 either online or over the phone. American Express was founded in 1850 in New York.
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Major retailers: Coles, Woolworths, Myer and David Jones all have credit cards available. But watch out for the interest rate and annual fees – these cards are designed to help you spend more in store.
There is no one-size-fits-all best rewards credit card. It's best you research what type of rewards program you'd like, as well as the fees, interest rate and conditions associated with those types of cards before making a choice.
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CVV stands for ‘card verification value’, and is also sometimes referred to as a CVC or card verification code.
A CVV code is usually needed when the card is used online or over the phone as an anti-fraud measure. Without the cardholder being physically present to sign or verify the purchase, the CVV provides an extra layer of protection.
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