NAB to partner with over 80 charities in rewards program launch

By Tom Watson ·

For many Aussies giving more will have been right at the top of their New Year's resolutions list for 2017, and with NAB’s newly launched rewards scheme they may soon find that resolution much easier to keep just by using their credit cards.

The announcement of the new Rewards program makes NAB the latest bank to offer customers the chance to use their rewards points to donate to charity, with NAB establishing a partnership with over 80 charitable groups.

NAB will attempt to make it simpler for customers wanting to donate by working with Good2Go, a not-for-profit workplace giving platform, who will be liaising between the bank and charities.

“Our mission is to make giving easy, efficient and rewarding which is what is so great about the NAB Rewards program,” said Lisa Grinham, CEO of Good2Give.

The rewards program also offers NAB customers the opportunity to redeem points on over 1,500 goods and services with either a Classic, Premium, or Business credit card, including exclusive deals with the AFL and Webjet.

NAB cardholders will be able to earn triple points when making purchases through online travel bookers Webjet, and double points at other selected retailers.

“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,” said Angus Gilfillan, NAB Executive General Manager of Consumer Lending.

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

Whether it’s earning points toward flights, shopping or other incentives, you’re going to want to make sure you’re getting the most out of your rewards card. Head over to our rewards revealer calculator to find a card that gives you the rewards you want.

Tom Watson
Tom Watson
Finance journalist

Tom Watson is a financial journalist at Mozo, specialising in fintech, property and business banking. Whether it’s reporting on banking trends or uncovering the latest product innovations, Tom’s mission is to keep our readers up to date with breaking Australian financial news. His work is often sourced in the media and across social media channels. Tom has a degree in Journalism from the University of Technology, Sydney.