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NAB launches rewards scheme with Webjet and AFL offerings

National Australia Bank has launched a new rewards scheme, giving customers the opportunity to “earn while they spend” and convert their points into goods and services including airline tickets, AFL memberships and charity donations.

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NAB Rewards will give customers access to more than 1,500 products and will also offer access to flights through its new partnership with online travel agency, Webjet.

As part of the launch, the rewards scheme will have exclusive offers through NAB’s AFL Partnership and will also give customers the opportunity to make donations by redeeming their points to more than 80 charities across Australia.

The rewards program can be tracked via the bank’s mobile application and also includes a value-for-money offering for small and medium businesses who can redeem points for staff training courses and employee recognition items.

Angus Gilfillan, executive general manager of customer lending at NAB said the bank was proud to deliver a competitive rewards program.

“Our customers are our top priority, and this is just one way we want to demonstrate how much we value their relationship with NAB,” Gilfillan said.

“NAB Rewards gives customers more flexibility, control and choice so they can be rewarded the way they want.

“We’re also the first major Australian bank to offer customers the ability to access and keep track of their rewards program account through their mobile banking app,” he added in a release.

NAB will also be the first major Australian bank to offer a triple points scheme for purchasing overseas. By using either the classic, platinum or business cards, credit card customers can earn triple points overseas or through Webjet as well as double points at major hardware and department stores.

“We understand that people want value for money, and NAB Rewards will help them get more out of their everyday spending, as well as help them enjoy some big ticket items, like a family holiday,” Gilfillan said.

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