Compare Credit Cards

Whether you want rewards, low rates, no annual fees or lots of complimentary extras, comparing credit cards will help you find the right card.

The credit card market in Australia is extremely competitive, with hundreds of issuers all seeking new customers. This has led to better features and a greater variety of cards for you to choose from. But it can also be time consuming to look through all of these cards to find one that suits your needs.

A credit card comparison takes the guesswork out of this process by letting you see all of your options side-by-side before making a decision. Here, you can compare credit cards from hundreds of providers based on the features you want. We also walk you through the different types of credit cards available and key issues to remember when comparing your options so that you can apply for one that meets your needs.

You can compare and apply for a credit card in minutes using the table below. Here’s how:

  1. Select the type of credit card you’re interested in
  2. Browse the cards listed
  3. Click on a feature at the top of the table to organise the results based on what’s important to you
  4. Read reviews of individual cards by clicking “More info”
  5. Apply for a card by clicking “Go to site”. You’ll then be taken to a secure online application form.
Below is a list of credit cards, it’s also a good place to start if you’re not entirely sure what kind of credit card you’re after.

Comparing tips: How can this table help me?

  1. If you are looking for a low budget card you might want to start off with selecting the Annual fee heading – this will sort the results according to the cards with low (to $0) annual fees.
  2. If you would like to reduce your debt through a Balance transfer - select this heading and the table will sort the cards that offer low (short and longer) balance transfer offers.
  3. If you’re after low or interest free purchases the Interest rate heading will sort the cards with low (to $0) interest rate / purchase rate cards.
  4. You might need to withdraw cash from your card, occasionally or frequently, in this case the Cash advance heading will sort your cards starting from the lowest rate possible.

Comparing Credit Cards

Rates last updated September 23rd, 2016.

ANZ Platinum Credit Card

New balance transfer offer of 0% p.a. for 18 months plus annual fee waiver in the first year.

August 31st, 2016

HSBC Platinum Credit Card

$0 annual fee + 0% for 15 months on balance transfers offer extended until 31 December 2016

September 1st, 2016

HSBC Platinum Qantas Credit Card

Bonus points offer has been changed from 40,000 to 60,000 and extended until 31 December 2016.

September 1st, 2016

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Purchase rate (p.a.) Balance transfer rate (p.a.) Annual fee
Virgin Australia Velocity Flyer Card - Balance Transfer Offer
Earn bonus Velocity Points in the first 3 months. 0% p.a. for 18 months on balance transfers.
20.74% p.a. 0% p.a. for 18 months $64 p.a. annual fee for the first year ($129 p.a. thereafter) Go to site More info
American Express Essential Credit Card
Receive a $50 credit on eligible spend and get Smartphone screen insurance combined with a no annual fee for life card. Also enjoy a 0% p.a. balance transfer rate for 12 months.
14.99% p.a. 0% p.a. for 12 months with 1% balance transfer fee $0 p.a. Go to site More info
St.George Vertigo Visa
Introductory offer of 0% p.a. for 18 months on balance transfers and 1% p.a. for 12 months on purchases, plus a low annual fee.
1% p.a. for 12 months (reverts to 13.24% p.a.) 0% p.a. for 18 months $55 p.a. Go to site More info
HSBC Platinum Credit Card
Receive a full annual fee refund and save $149 if you meet the $6,000 spend requirement. Enjoy a balance transfer offer and platinum card benefits such as complimentary insurances and concierge services.
19.99% p.a. 0% p.a. for 15 months $149 p.a. Go to site More info
St.George Vertigo Platinum
A platinum card with a balance transfer offer of 0% p.a. for 20 months and an introductory purchase offer of 1% p.a. for 12 months with an annual fee waiver for the first year.
1% p.a. for 12 months (reverts to 12.74% p.a.) 0% p.a. for 20 months $99 p.a. Go to site More info
Citi Qantas Signature Credit Card
Earn up to 70,000 bonus Qantas Points on eligible spend, plus enjoy a 0% p.a. for 6 months offer on balance transfers.
20.99% p.a. 0% p.a. for 6 months $99 p.a. annual fee for the first year ($395 p.a. thereafter) Go to site More info
ANZ First Visa Credit Card - Exclusive Offer
Take advantage of this exclusive offer and enjoy 0% p.a. for the first 12 months on balance transfers and 0% p.a. for the first 3 months on purchases.
0% p.a. for 3 months (reverts to 19.74% p.a.) 0% p.a. for 12 months $30 p.a. Go to site More info
Westpac Low Rate Card
A no frills credit card with an introductory rate of 0% p.a. for 18 months on balance transfers and 1% p.a. for 12 months on purchases.
1% p.a. for 12 months (reverts to 13.49% p.a.) 0% p.a. for 18 months $59 p.a. Go to site More info
If you’re looking for debt relief with a balance transfer you can use this table to help you decide.

Comparing tips: How can this table help me?

  1. Add your Transfer amount, the debt amount you would like to transfer across - eg: $5,000 (this can be an estimated or rounded figure, but the closer the better)
  2. Fill in the Current interest rate – (you can, refer to a recent credit card statement for this figure, or by contacting your current bank, don’t stress if it’s not exact)
  3. Hit the “Calculate” button - Voila! Now you’ve just calculated your estimated Interest saved (refer to this column), money that can potentially be kept in your pocket or better yet – put towards an existing debt if you decide to balance transfer.

Credit cards with balance transfers

Rates last updated September 23rd, 2016.

ANZ Platinum Credit Card

0% p.a. for 18 months on balance transfers and $0 annual fee in the first year.

August 30th, 2016

ANZ First Visa Credit Card

A new offer of 0% p.a. for 18 months on balance transfers.

August 31st, 2016

ANZ Platinum Credit Card

New balance transfer offer of 0% p.a. for 18 months plus annual fee waiver in the first year.

August 31st, 2016

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Balance transfer rate (p.a.) Purchase rate (p.a.) Annual fee Interest Saved
St.George Vertigo Visa
Benefit from a low interest rate on your everyday purchases combined with a long term 0% p.a. balance transfer offer for 18 months.
0% p.a. for 18 months 1% p.a. for 12 months (reverts to 13.24% p.a.) $55 p.a. Go to site More info
Virgin Australia Velocity Flyer Card - Balance Transfer Offer
Offers 0% p.a. interest rate on balance transfers for 18 months to help you manage your existing credit card balance. Earn bonus Velocity Points in the first 3 months.
0% p.a. for 18 months 20.74% p.a. $64 p.a. annual fee for the first year ($129 p.a. thereafter) Go to site More info
HSBC Platinum Credit Card
Receive a full annual fee refund and save $149 if you meet the $6,000 spend requirement. Enjoy a balance transfer offer and platinum card benefits such as complimentary insurances and concierge services.
0% p.a. for 15 months 19.99% p.a. $149 p.a. Go to site More info
NAB Low Rate Credit Card
The NAB Low Rate Card offers 0% p.a. on purchases and balance transfers for 15 months. This card also comes with a low annual fee.
0% p.a. for 15 months with a one off 2% balance transfer fee 0% p.a. for 15 months (reverts to 13.99% p.a.) $59 p.a. Go to site More info
Westpac Low Rate Card
A no frills credit card with an introductory rate of 0% p.a. for 18 months on balance transfers and 1% p.a. for 12 months on purchases.
0% p.a. for 18 months 1% p.a. for 12 months (reverts to 13.49% p.a.) $59 p.a. Go to site More info
St.George Vertigo Platinum
Manage your credit card debt with 0% for 20 months on balance transfers.
0% p.a. for 20 months 1% p.a. for 12 months (reverts to 12.74% p.a.) $99 p.a. Go to site More info
ANZ First Visa Credit Card - Exclusive Offer
Take advantage of this exclusive offer and enjoy 0% p.a. for the first 12 months on balance transfers and 0% p.a. for the first 3 months on purchases.
0% p.a. for 12 months 0% p.a. for 3 months (reverts to 19.74% p.a.) $30 p.a. Go to site More info
Westpac 55 Day credit card
Enjoy a balance transfer offer of 0% p.a. for 16 months, an introductory purchase rate of 1% p.a. for up to 12 months, plus a waived annual fee for the first year if applied by 11 October 2016.
0% p.a. for 16 months 1% p.a. for 12 months (reverts to 19.84% p.a.) $0 p.a. annual fee for the first year ($30 p.a. thereafter) Go to site More info
Bank of Melbourne Vertigo Visa Credit Card
Enjoy a low annual fee combined with 0% p.a. balance transfer offer for 18 months and 1% p.a. for 12 months on purchases.
0% p.a. for 18 months 1% p.a. for 12 months (reverts to 13.24% p.a.) $55 p.a. Go to site More info
Virgin No Annual Fee Credit Card
Enjoy a long term balance transfer plus a $100 cashback offer (spend criteria applies) and never pay an annual fee for this card.
0% p.a. for 18 months with 2% balance transfer fee 18.99% p.a. $0 p.a. Go to site More info
American Express Essential Credit Card
Receive a $50 credit on eligible spend and get Smartphone screen insurance combined with a no annual fee for life card. Also enjoy a 0% p.a. balance transfer rate for 12 months.
0% p.a. for 12 months with 1% balance transfer fee 14.99% p.a. $0 p.a. Go to site More info
NAB Low Fee Card
Enjoy a low introductory rate of 0% p.a. on balance transfers and purchases for 15 months.
0% p.a. for 15 months with a one off 2% balance transfer fee 0% p.a. for 15 months (reverts to 19.74% p.a.) $30 p.a. Go to site More info
American Express Explorer Credit Card
Receive 100,000 Membership Rewards Bonus Points on eligible spend within the first 2 months of Card Membership. Also enjoy a $400 travel voucher and two complimentary airline passes per year.
0% p.a. for 12 months with 1% balance transfer fee 20.74% p.a. $395 p.a. Go to site More info
ANZ Platinum Credit Card
Enjoy platinum card benefits with $0 annual fee in the first year and complimentary overseas travel and medical insurance.
0% p.a. for 18 months with 3% balance transfer fee 19.74% p.a. $0 p.a. annual fee for the first year ($87 p.a. thereafter) Go to site More info
ANZ First Visa Credit Card
Enjoy a low annual fee, interest-free days on purchases and a low minimum credit limit.
0% p.a. for 18 months with 3% balance transfer fee 19.74% p.a. $30 p.a. Go to site More info

Learn more about Balance Transfer Credit Cards

No annual fee cards are great for those who are interested in a card with minimal fees attached. Consider these cards when you want to keep your costs down. What you might find helpful here is to think about the purpose of your card.

Comparing tips: How can this table help me?

  1. If you want to pay off an existing debt without the extra service fees you can click the balance transfer heading and the table will be sorted to display low (to 0%) interest balance transfer offers for you to compare.
  2. If you want to be flexible with making purchases you can select the interest rate heading to sort the table with lower interest cards that are combined with a no annual fee.

Keep this in mind: Some cards included in this list may only have a promotional offer for a no annual fee (these conditions will be highlighted). Though it’s worth comparing these options as the benefits of the cards might include features you might want to consider that other cards don’t.

No annual fee credit cards

Rates last updated September 23rd, 2016.

Coles No Annual Fee MasterCard

New offer of 10,000 bonus points which is valid until 30 September 2016.

September 1st, 2016

Coles Platinum No Annual Fee MasterCard

New offer of 10,000 bonus points on sign up. Offer ends 30 September 2016.

September 1st, 2016

Commonwealth Bank Business Platinum Awards credit card

First year annual fee waiver has been extended until 31 October 2016.

September 2nd, 2016

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Purchase rate (p.a.) Balance transfer rate (p.a.) Annual fee
American Express Essential Credit Card
Receive a $50 credit on eligible spend and get Smartphone screen insurance combined with a no annual fee for life card. Also enjoy a 0% p.a. balance transfer rate for 12 months.
14.99% p.a. 0% p.a. for 12 months with 1% balance transfer fee $0 p.a. Go to site More info
Westpac 55 Day credit card
Enjoy a balance transfer offer of 0% p.a. for 16 months, an introductory purchase rate of 1% p.a. for up to 12 months, plus a waived annual fee for the first year if applied by 11 October 2016.
1% p.a. for 12 months (reverts to 19.84% p.a.) 0% p.a. for 16 months $0 p.a. annual fee for the first year ($30 p.a. thereafter) Go to site More info
ANZ Platinum Credit Card - Exclusive Offer
Receive $200 back when you spend $500 in the first 3 months. Also enjoy a $0 annual fee for the first year.
19.74% p.a. $0 p.a. annual fee for the first year ($87 p.a. thereafter) Go to site More info
ME Bank frank Credit Card
A low interest rate on purchases and cash advances with $0 annual fee for the life of the card.
11.99% p.a. $0 p.a. Go to site More info
HSBC Platinum Credit Card
Receive a full annual fee refund and save $149 if you meet the $6,000 spend requirement. Enjoy a balance transfer offer and platinum card benefits such as complimentary insurances and concierge services.
19.99% p.a. 0% p.a. for 15 months $149 p.a. Go to site More info
Virgin No Annual Fee Credit Card
No annual fee credit card with $100 cashback and a long term low rate balance transfer offer of 0% p.a. for 18 months with 2% balance transfer fee. Spend criteria applies for cashback offer.
18.99% p.a. 0% p.a. for 18 months with 2% balance transfer fee $0 p.a. Go to site More info
Coles No Annual Fee MasterCard
Earn 10,000 bonus points, 1 flybuys point per $2 spent and enjoy no annual fee for the life of the card.
19.99% p.a. 0% p.a. for 6 months $0 p.a. Go to site More info
Westpac 55 Day Platinum Credit Card
Enjoy platinum benefits offering complimentary insurances, 24/7 concierge, balance transfer offer of 0% p.a. for 16 months, purchase rate offer of 1% p.a. for 12 months with $0 annual fee for the first year if applied by 11 October 2016.
1% p.a. for 12 months (reverts to 19.84% p.a.) 0% p.a. for 16 months $0 p.a. annual fee for the first year ($90 p.a. thereafter) Go to site More info
American Express Qantas Discovery Card
Earn up to 7,500 bonus Qantas Frequent Flyer points, plus take advantage of no annual fee for the life of the card. Earn 1 Qantas Frequent Flyer point per $1 spend.
20.74% p.a. 0% p.a. for 12 months with 1% balance transfer fee $0 p.a. Go to site More info
ANZ Platinum Credit Card
Enjoy platinum card benefits with $0 annual fee in the first year and complimentary overseas travel and medical insurance.
19.74% p.a. 0% p.a. for 18 months with 3% balance transfer fee $0 p.a. annual fee for the first year ($87 p.a. thereafter) Go to site More info

Learn more about No Annual Fee Credit Cards

Do you want to be rewarded for purchases you make on your credit card? These cards are linked to a rewards program and can see you earning points for every dollar you spend. These cards can offer lucrative rewards — but don’t forget to look at their costs as well. You can use the table to find the right rewards card for you.

Comparing tips: How can this table help me?

  1. To see the cards that will earn you the most points, click the points per $ spent heading to filter the table results and compare your options. Some of these card accounts come with two cards linked to the same account, usually a Visa or MasterCard and an American Express card, with both of these cards offering different earn rates.
  2. How much will it cost to use the rewards card? Click the annual fee heading and see. Remember to take into account the features of the card compared to what it will cost you.
  3. Rewards credit cards tend to have less competitive interest rates, so use the table to see how each card’s purchase rate compares. Click the interest rate p.a. heading to filter the table results and find your ideal card option.

Comparing cards with rewards

Rates last updated September 23rd, 2016.

HSBC Platinum Credit Card

$0 annual fee + 0% for 15 months on balance transfers offer extended until 31 December 2016

September 1st, 2016

HSBC Platinum Qantas Credit Card

Bonus points offer has been changed from 40,000 to 60,000 and extended until 31 December 2016.

September 1st, 2016

American Express Platinum Edge Credit Card

Standard 10,000 bonus points offer has replaced the 30,000 bonus points exclusive offer.

September 1st, 2016

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ANZ Rewards Platinum
Earn points for every dollar spent on purchases plus a 50,000 Reward Points after your first eligible purchase is made within 3 months of card approval.
2 1 50,000 bonus points $95 p.a. Go to site More info
Citi Qantas Signature Credit Card
Receive a 15% discount to help you get fast-tracked through immigration at over 280 international airports and access to Citibank World Privileges.
0 1 70,000 bonus points $99 p.a. annual fee for the first year ($395 p.a. thereafter) Go to site More info
Virgin Australia Velocity Flyer Card - Balance Transfer Offer
Earn bonus Velocity Points in the first 3 months plus a low balance transfer offer of 0% p.a. for 18 months
0 0.66 $64 p.a. annual fee for the first year ($129 p.a. thereafter) Go to site More info
HSBC Platinum Credit Card
Enjoy an annual fee refund every year if you meet the spend requirement with a balance transfer offer, high credit limits and prestige services including a personal concierge service and VISA Platinum rewards program.
0 1 $149 p.a. Go to site More info
HSBC Platinum Qantas Credit Card
Receive 60,000 bonus Qantas Points on eligible spend within 3 months. Enjoy access to premium benefits and complimentary insurance.
0 1 60,000 bonus points $199 p.a. Go to site More info
American Express Platinum Edge Credit Card
Receive 10,000 Membership Rewards bonus points when you meet the minimum spend requirement and a complimentary Virgin Australia flight each year. Enjoy a low balance transfer offer of 0% p.a. for 12 months.

1 0 10,000 bonus points $195 p.a. Go to site More info
American Express Explorer Credit Card
Receive 100,000 Membership Rewards Bonus Points on eligible spend within the first 2 months of Card Membership. Also enjoy a $400 travel voucher and two complimentary airline passes per year.
2 100,000 bonus points $395 p.a. Go to site More info
Virgin Australia Velocity Flyer Card - 0% Interest Offer
Earn Velocity Points plus enjoy an introductory interest-free offer of 0% p.a. on purchases for 12 months, and 0% p.a. for 6 months on balance transfers.
0 0.66 $129 p.a. Go to site More info
American Express Velocity Platinum Card
Enjoy up to 50,000 bonus Velocity Points when you meet the minimum required spend and earn up to 3 rewards points per dollar spent. Also receive a complimentary return flight every year.
1 0 50,000 bonus points $349 p.a. Go to site More info
American Express Essential Credit Card
Receive a $50 credit on eligible spend and get Smartphone screen insurance combined with a no annual fee for life card. Also enjoy a 0% p.a. balance transfer rate for 12 months.
1 $0 p.a. Go to site More info
ANZ Frequent Flyer Platinum
Earn up to 1.5 Qantas Frequent Flyer points per $1 spent on purchases. Plus 50,000 Qantas Points after your first eligible purchase is made within 3 months of card approval.
1.5 0.5 50,000 bonus points $295 p.a. Go to site More info
ANZ Rewards Travel Adventures card
Pay no overseas transaction fee on purchases and receive complimentary domestic return flight and lounge passes each year you hold the card when you spend $500 on eligible purchases within the first three months.
2 1 $225 p.a. Go to site More info
ANZ Rewards Black Credit Card
Earn 75,000 Reward Points after your first eligible purchase within the first three months. Up to 3 reward points per dollar spent and unlimited access to airport lounges with complimentary travel insurance.
3 1.25 75,000 bonus points $375 p.a. Go to site More info
ANZ Frequent Flyer Black
Earn up to 75,000 bonus Qantas Points after you make your first eligible purchase within 3 months of card approval plus earn 1.5 points per $1 spent. Easier payments with Apple Pay.
1.5 0.75 75,000 bonus points $425 p.a. Go to site More info
Virgin Australia Velocity High Flyer Card - 30k Bonus Points offer
Receive 30,000 bonus Velocity Points and earn 1 Velocity Points per $1 spent. Receive an exclusive $129 Virgin Australia Gift Voucher and two complimentary Single Entry Virgin Australia domestic Lounge passes each year.
0 1 30,000 bonus points $144 p.a. annual fee for the first year ($289 p.a. thereafter) Go to site More info
American Express Qantas Discovery Card
A no annual fee frequent flyer credit card with Earn 7,500 bonus points and enjoy 0% p.a. on balance transfers for 12 months when you apply and are approved. Earn 1 Qantas Point per $1 spend.
1 0 7,500 bonus points $0 p.a. Go to site More info
Citi Rewards Credit Card - Classic Card
Earn 1.00 point per $1 spent on eligible purchases and a year long balance transfer offer for approved applicants.
0 1 $99 p.a. Go to site More info
American Express Velocity Escape Card
Enjoy 7,500 bonus Velocity Points when you meet the minimum spend requirement and earn up to 2 points for every $1 you spend, together with a $0 annual fee.
1 0 7,500 bonus points $0 p.a. Go to site More info
ANZ Business Black
Receive 50,000 bonus points when you spend $10,000 within the first 3 months and get access to a range of premium rewards and travel benefits.
1 50,000 bonus points $450 p.a. Go to site More info
American Express Qantas Premium Card
Earn as much as 30,000 bonus Qantas Points when you meet the minimum spend requirement. Enjoy frequent flyer benefits including uncapped Qantas Points per $1 spent, complimentary travel insurance and Qantas Club lounge invitations.
1 0 30,000 bonus points $249 p.a. Go to site More info
Citi Rewards Credit Card - Platinum Card
Consolidate your debt with a low balance transfer offer of 0% p.a. for 24 months and a host of platinum privileges. Earn up to 1.25 Citi Reward Points for every $1 spend.
0 1.25 $199 p.a. annual fee for the first year ($249 p.a. thereafter) Go to site More info
Citi Rewards Credit Card - Signature
Get 75,000 bonus Reward Points on your first eligible purchase. Convert them to Qantas Points.
0 1.5 75,000 bonus points $199 p.a. annual fee for the first year ($395 p.a. thereafter) Go to site More info
ANZ Frequent Flyer
Get Qantas Points after your first eligible purchase is made within 3 months of card approval and earn up to 1 points per $1 spent on purchases.
1 0.5 25,000 bonus points $95 p.a. Go to site More info
American Express Qantas Ultimate Card
Enjoy 50,000 bonus Qantas Points when you meet the minimum spend requirement and earn up to 3 Qantas Points for every $1 spent. Also enjoy a complimentary return flight every year.
1 0 50,000 bonus points $450 p.a. Go to site More info
American Express Platinum Card
Receive 80,000 Membership Rewards Bonus Points when you meet the minimum spend requirement and earn up to 3 points per dollar spent. Gain access to travel insurance, $300 Platinum Travel Credit every year and access to 800 VIP airport lounges.
1 0 80,000 bonus points $1,200 p.a. Go to site More info
David Jones American Express Platinum Card
Receive 40,000 Membership Rewards points or 30,000 Qantas Points. Plus earn up to 4 rewards point per $1 spend.
1 40,000 bonus points $295 p.a. Go to site More info
Citi Rewards Platinum Card - Cashback Offer
Earn $250 cashback on eligible spend, plus enjoy 0% p.a. balance transfer offer for 12 months, discounted annual fees for the life of the card and a complimentary travel insurance.
0 1.25 $99 p.a. annual fee for the first year ($199 p.a. thereafter) Go to site More info
David Jones American Express
Receive 30,000 Membership Rewards points and earn up to 3 Rewards points for every dollar spent on everyday item and access exclusive in-store benefits to David Jones cardholders.
1 30,000 bonus points $99 p.a. Go to site More info
Commonwealth Bank Business Platinum Awards credit card
Earn up to 3 Awards points per dollar spent, enjoy complimentary insurances and $0 annual fee for the first year.
3 1 $0 p.a. annual fee for the first year ($300 p.a. thereafter) Go to site More info

Learn more about rewards credit cards

A low interest rate card can help keep your repayments manageable, while a 0% interest card can give you an interest-free line of credit for a set amount of time. These type of cards can be a good low-cost option to consider, and by using the table you can find out just how competitive each card is.

Comparing tips: How can this table help me?

  1. The main feature of comparison with these cards will be the interest rate. What rate will you be charged on your purchases, and how long is the interest-free period for (if applicable)? You can find this out by clicking on the interest rate p.a. heading of the table.
  2. As these are low cost cards, it can also help to check what else it will cost you to own the card. Click the annual fee heading to filter the cards by their fee — do these cards charge much for their low interest rates?

Comparing low interest and 0% purchase credit cards

Rates last updated September 23rd, 2016.

NAB Low Fee Card

Balance transfer and purchase rate offer has been extended until 2 October 2016.

August 9th, 2016

NAB Low Rate Credit Card

Balance transfer and purchase rate offers have been extended until 2 October 2016.

August 9th, 2016

Citi Clear Platinum Card

Balance transfer and purchase offers have been extended.

September 1st, 2016

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Westpac Low Rate Card
A simple low interest rate card featuring a low ongoing rate on purchases, up to 55 days interest-free on purchases and a low annual fee.
1% p.a. for 12 months (reverts to 13.49% p.a.) 0% p.a. for 18 months $59 p.a. Go to site More info
ME Bank frank Credit Card
A low interest rate on purchases and cash advances with no annual fee charge.
11.99% p.a. $0 p.a. Go to site More info
St.George Vertigo Visa
Introductory offer of 0% p.a. for 18 months on balance transfers and 1% p.a. for 12 months on purchases, plus a low annual fee.
1% p.a. for 12 months (reverts to 13.24% p.a.) 0% p.a. for 18 months $55 p.a. Go to site More info
American Express Essential Credit Card
Receive a $50 credit on eligible spend and get Smartphone screen insurance combined with a no annual fee for life card. Also enjoy a 0% p.a. balance transfer rate for 12 months.
14.99% p.a. 0% p.a. for 12 months with 1% balance transfer fee $0 p.a. Go to site More info
Newcastle Permanent Value+ Credit Card
Enjoy a competitive annual fee and interest rates on purchases, cash advances, and balance transfers.
11.49% p.a. $49 p.a. Go to site More info
NAB Low Rate Credit Card
The NAB Low Rate Card offers 0% p.a. on purchases and balance transfers for 15 months. This card also comes with a low annual fee.
0% p.a. for 15 months (reverts to 13.99% p.a.) 0% p.a. for 15 months with a one off 2% balance transfer fee $59 p.a. Go to site More info
St.George Vertigo Platinum
A platinum card with a balance transfer offer of 0% p.a. for 20 months and an introductory purchase offer of 1% p.a. for 12 months with an annual fee waiver for the first year.
1% p.a. for 12 months (reverts to 12.74% p.a.) 0% p.a. for 20 months $99 p.a. Go to site More info
Westpac 55 Day credit card
Enjoy a balance transfer offer of 0% p.a. for 16 months, an introductory purchase rate of 1% p.a. for up to 12 months, plus a waived annual fee for the first year if applied by 11 October 2016.
1% p.a. for 12 months (reverts to 19.84% p.a.) 0% p.a. for 16 months $0 p.a. annual fee for the first year ($30 p.a. thereafter) Go to site More info
Coles Low Rate MasterCard
A low rate MasterCard with a competitive rate on purchases and a low annual fee.
9.99% p.a. 0% p.a. for 6 months $49 p.a. Go to site More info
NAB Low Fee Card
Enjoy a low introductory rate of 0% p.a. on balance transfers and purchases for 15 months.
0% p.a. for 15 months (reverts to 19.74% p.a.) 0% p.a. for 15 months with a one off 2% balance transfer fee $30 p.a. Go to site More info

Learn more about low interest credit cards

Let your credit card take you places. If you travel often, you can get a credit card that earns you frequent flyer points for different airlines. These cards are similar to rewards credit card but are instead tailored to travel rewards.

Comparing tips: How can this table help me?

Here’s a quick guide on using the table to compare your options:

  1. If you want to see which frequent flyer card is the most rewarding, you can look at a few things. Click the bonus points heading to see if you will earn any points when you sign up to the card, and click the per $ spent headings for the points earn rate of the cards.
  2. You can also use the table to see which of the frequent flyer cards is the most competitively priced. Select the interest rate p.a. heading of the table to see the rate you’ll be charged if you don’t repay your balance in full, and click the annual fee heading to see what you’ll pay each year to hold the card.

Credit cards that earn frequent flyer points

Rates last updated September 23rd, 2016.

Virgin Australia Velocity Flyer Card - Balance Transfer Offer

Balance transfer period changed from 14 to 18 months and is valid until 30 September 2016.

August 25th, 2016

American Express Explorer Credit Card

10,000 Membership Rewards Bonus Points + 0% on balance transfers for 12 mos. Offer ends 30 Nov 2016

August 26th, 2016

HSBC Platinum Qantas Credit Card

Bonus points offer has been changed from 40,000 to 60,000 and extended until 31 December 2016.

September 1st, 2016

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Bonus Points Rewards Points per $ spent (VISA/MC) Rewards Points per $ spent (AMEX) Annual fee
ANZ Frequent Flyer Platinum
ANZ Frequent Flyer Platinum
50,000 bonus points 0.5 1.5 $295 p.a. Go to site More info
Citi Qantas Signature Credit Card
Citi Qantas Signature Credit Card
70,000 bonus points 1 0 $99 p.a. annual fee for the first year ($395 p.a. thereafter) Go to site More info
HSBC Platinum Qantas Credit Card
HSBC Platinum Qantas Credit Card
60,000 bonus points 1 0 $199 p.a. Go to site More info
Virgin Australia Velocity Flyer Card - Balance Transfer Offer
Virgin Australia Velocity Flyer Card - Balance Transfer Offer
0.66 0 $64 p.a. annual fee for the first year ($129 p.a. thereafter) Go to site More info
American Express Essential Credit Card
American Express Essential Credit Card
1 $0 p.a. Go to site More info
Citi Qantas Prestige Credit Card
Citi Qantas Prestige Credit Card
70,000 bonus points 1 $350 p.a. annual fee for the first year ($700 p.a. thereafter) Go to site More info
Virgin Australia Velocity Flyer Card - 0% Interest Offer
Virgin Australia Velocity Flyer Card - 0% Interest Offer
0.66 0 $129 p.a. Go to site More info
American Express Platinum Edge Credit Card
American Express Platinum Edge Credit Card
10,000 bonus points 0 1 $195 p.a. Go to site More info
American Express Explorer Credit Card
American Express Explorer Credit Card
100,000 bonus points 2 $395 p.a. Go to site More info
American Express Velocity Platinum Card
American Express Velocity Platinum Card
50,000 bonus points 0 1 $349 p.a. Go to site More info
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ANZ First Visa Credit Card - Exclusive Offer

0% p.a. for 3 months on purchases and 0% for 12 months on balance transfers.

August 1st, 2016

ANZ Platinum Credit Card - Exclusive Offer

Exclusive $200 back when you spend $500 on eligible purchases within the first 3 months

August 31st, 2016

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ANZ First Visa Credit Card - Exclusive Offer
Exclusive Offer to finder.com.au

Receive 0% p.a. for the first 12 months on balance transfers and make purchases interest free with 0% p.a. for the first 3 months on purchases.

0% p.a. for 3 months (reverts to 19.74% p.a.) 0% p.a. for 12 months $30 p.a. Go to site More info
ANZ Platinum Credit Card - Exclusive Offer
Exclusive Offer to finder.com.au

Receive $200 back when you spend $500 in the first 3 months. Also enjoy a $0 annual fee for the first year.

19.74% p.a. $0 p.a. annual fee for the first year ($87 p.a. thereafter) Go to site More info

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What types of credit cards can I compare?

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Different types of credit cards offer specific features and benefits that are designed to suit particular customers. When you know what you want from a credit card, you can narrow down your comparison to a few cards by using these categories. To help you do this, we’ve outlined the major credit card categories below:

Balance transfer cards

Balance transfer credit cards let you move debt from an existing credit card to a new card with a low or 0% promotional interest rate. These cards are designed to help you save money on interest charges so that you can pay down your balance faster. When comparing balance transfer credit cards, make sure you look at the length of the introductory period and the rate of interest applied to any remaining debt after that time, so that you can budget accordingly.

Rewards credit cards

These credit cards offer you points for every $1 spent on eligible purchases, including most everyday transactions. There are a lot of factors to consider when comparing rewards credit cards, including the type of rewards programs and the rewards you can redeem, the rate at which you earn points (points per $1 spent), complimentary extras and the overall cost of the card – including interest rates and annual fees. You should also consider your average credit card spending so you can estimate how many rewards you’ll get. The goal with a rewards credit card should always be to get more value from the program than you pay in fees.

Frequent flyer credit cards

Some rewards credit cards are linked to popular frequent flyer programs such as Qantas Frequent Flyer or Virgin’s Velocity program. These cards earn frequent flyer points per $1 spent on the card and may also offer other travel benefits such as complimentary insurance, flights or airport lounge access. As with other rewards credit cards, when you compare frequent flyer cards you need to look at the rewards program and earn rate, complimentary extras and card fees to make sure it’s worth it for you.

No annual fee credit cards

These credit cards don’t charge you an annual fee for the account, potentially saving you hundreds of dollars. Some of these cards charge no annual fee for the first year you have a card, while others have no annual fee for life. Make sure you consider both of these options when comparing no annual fee cards, so that you can choose an option that offers the most convenient features and greatest savings for your circumstances.

Low interest credit cards

Low interest credit cards are designed to save you money on your balance by offering a competitive rate of interest. Some of these cards may offer a promotional low or 0% interest rate for purchases, while others offer a low ongoing rate. If you regularly carry a balance on a credit card, a low rate option could save you hundreds or even thousands of dollars every year.

To put this in perspective, let’s compare a $1,000 debt on a credit card with an interest rate of 18% p.a. and a card with a lower rate of 12% p.a. If you only paid the minimum, it would take 7 years and 9 months to pay off the 17% p.a. card and would cost $861 in interest. With the low rate card, it would take 5 years and 10 months and cost $393 – that’s a saving of 1 year and 11 months and $468.

Student credit cards

Credit cards for students are designed to help you manage your finances while you’re studying. As most students don’t earn a lot of money, these cards typically have lower minimum income requirements and lower credit limits. They offer basic features that can help you with cashflow and can be a good way to learn how credit cards work. If you’re interested in getting a student credit card, make sure you consider the income requirements, credit limit and annual fees to find an option that is both flexible and affordable.

Business credit cards

There is a range of credit cards available for businesses of all sizes. These cards offer specific features designed to make financial management easier across the company, such as additional credit cards for employees, individual pre-set spending limits and itemised statements. If you’re comparing business credit cards, make sure you consider which extra features you want (including rewards programs) as well as the interest rates and fees so that you can get an option that’s affordable and integrates well with your accounting system.

Travel credit cards

You can use almost any  credit card when travelling, but some cards come with specialised features and benefits that can save you money on every trip you take. The perks available on a travel credit card can include complimentary overseas insurance, domestic flight inconvenience insurance, car hire coverage, frequent flyer points, hotel offers, airport lounge access and no foreign transaction fees for purchases when you pay with plastic. To compare travel credit cards, make sure you consider how often you’ll use these features, as well as the costs associated with the card, so that you can find one that offers value for money and covers all your travel needs.

Gold, platinum and black credit cards

Gold, platinum and black credit cards are premium options designed for bigger spenders. They have higher credit limits and more additional benefits such as complimentary insurance, higher reward point earn rates and shopping and travel perks. It’s important to check the minimum income requirements when comparing gold, platinum and black credit cards, as they are often higher than standard cards. Also make sure you consider whether the benefits available will outweigh the cost of interest charges and annual fees – both of which may be higher on a premium card.

Other credit cards

Most credit cards fall into one or more of the categories above. But if you’re looking for a specific feature, you may also want to consider comparing credit cards listed in the following niche categories:

  • 0% foreign fees. These credit cards don’t charge a fee for transactions made in an international currency or with an overseas retailer, potentially saving you 2% to 3.5% per purchase.
  • 0% purchase and balance transfer cards. Some credit cards offer 0% interest for both purchases and balance transfers. These cards allow you to save money on both old and new credit card debt for a limited amount of time before standard interest rates kick in.
  • Credit cards with introductory offers. Many credit cards come with introductory offers, such as 0% interest, reduced or $0 annual fees and bonus points. These deals are designed to give you more value when you choose a particular card, but only for the short-term.
  • Credit union credit cards. The credit cards provided by credit unions offer competitive value through lower rates, fees and other features.
  • Debt consolidation credit cards. These balance transfer cards can provide you with an affordable option when you have several debts that you would like to combine and pay off on one account.

You can also check out our exclusive credit card deals for the latest introductory and signup offers that aren’t available anywhere else.
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How to compare credit cards

Regardless of the type of credit card you’re looking for, it’s important to consider a range of factors to find a card that’s right for you. Here, we’ve outlined the key features you should include in a credit card comparison.

  • Purchase rate

The purchase rate is the interest rate that’s charged for most of the transactions you make using your credit card. Standard purchase rates range from around 10% p.a. to 22% p.a. (variable) depending on the card you choose. You can also get a credit card with a low introductory purchase rate – such as 0% for 6 months – before the ongoing rate of interest applies.

When comparing credit cards, it’s important to consider the purchase rate (both ongoing and introductory) so that you know the potential cost of carrying a balance. If you regularly pay your balance in full, the purchase rate may not be a major concern, but if think you’ll carry a balance, then choosing a card with a lower interest rate will help keep the cost down.

  • Cash advance rate

This interest rate is applied to “cash advance transactions” including ATM withdrawals, foreign currency exchange, bets and other gambling charges. It is usually around 19% p.a. to 22% p.a. (variable) and always applies from the time you make a cash advance transaction.

Note that cash advances are not eligible for any interest free periods and may also attract other fees. While it’s a good idea to avoid making cash advances with a credit card, it’s important to consider this factor in your comparison so that you know what the potential costs will be for these types of transactions.

  • Cash advance fee

As well as applying interest to cash advance transactions, credit cards charge a one-off fee. This is usually around 2% to 3.5% of the total transaction cost, and should be checked before you get a card or use it for a cash advance. As with the cash advance interest rate, it’s good to check this fee when comparing cards so you’re aware of the cost of cash advances for any option you choose.

  • Balance transfer rate

The balance transfer interest rate applies to debts you have moved from old accounts onto your new card. Usually, a low or 0% promotional rate is offered for a balance transfer onto a new cards. When the promotional period ends, a higher, standard balance transfer rate applies. It’s important to check both the introductory rate and the standard rate when you’re comparing balance transfer credit cards so that you can budget accordingly.

  • Balance transfer fee

Some credit cards charge a one-off processing fee for balance transfers. This fee could be between 1% and 3% of the total debt you want to move to a new card. As not all cards apply this charge, it’s important to consider it when comparing balance transfer offers to make sure you find an option that’s affordable for you.

  • Introductory offers

Credit cards often come with promotional features for new customers, including 0% interest rates, reduced or $0 annual fees for the first year, and signup bonus points. These offers can be a great way to get value out of a new credit card, but they are only temporary.

If you’re comparing credit cards with introductory offers, make sure you look at the ongoing features to get a true sense of the value it will provide in the long run. Also be sure to check the length of the introductory period and any other conditions you need to meet to claim the offer available. For example, a reward card offering bonus points might require you to spend a certain amount of money in the first few months you have, while a balance transfer offer might only be available if you include your transfer request when you apply.

  • Annual fees

Most credit card charge an annual fee, which can range from $25 up to $700 or more. The annual fee is usually charged when the account is activated, and then once a year on that anniversary.

When you’re comparing cards, make sure you consider what features will offset the cost of the annual fee to find one that is affordable for you. Remember some cards offer a $0 or lower annual fee in the first year, so check the ongoing features of each option you’re comparing to avoid any nasty surprises after the first year.

  • Interest free days

If you pay your balance in full each month, you can get up to a certain number of days interest free on your statement cycle. Usually cards will offer somewhere between 25 and 62 days interest free, and can help you avoid interest charges.

If you plan to pay off the balance in full for every statement cycle, the number of interest free days available could be an important factor for your credit card comparison. But remember that this feature won’t be much use if you think you might carry a balance.

  • Complimentary extras

Credit cards offer a wide range of complimentary extras. Some of the most popular options include travel insurance, purchase protection insurance, extended warranty coverage, best price guarantees, concierge services, dining programs, ticket and event offers, airfares and airport lounge passes.

These perks can add up to hundreds of dollars of extra value, but only if you use them. When you’re looking at the complimentary extras during your credit card comparison, be realistic about whether or not you will be able to get value from these features so that they offset the cost of any fees.

  • Rewards programs

Some credit cards have their own rewards programs, such as ANZ Rewards or American Express Membership Rewards. Others are linked to existing programs, such as Qantas Frequent FlyerVelocity Frequent Flyer or the Coles flybuys program. Consider the amount of points you will need to redeem rewards how often you will use your credit card to decide if a credit card with a rewards program is right for you.

  • International transaction fee

Most credit cards apply a fee for transactions made in a foreign currency or with an overseas merchant. This fee usually adds 2% to 3.5% to international transactions. If you plan to travel with a credit card or want to use one to shop online with overseas retailers, it’s a good idea to look at cards that waive this cost or at least have a lower fee than other options you’re considering.

  • Late payment fee

Some credit card companies charge you a fee if you don’t make a payment by the due date on your statement. This charge ranges from $5 to $30 and will be added to your account balance if your payment is late. While you should always aim to pay your credit card off by the due date, checking this fee when you’re comparing credit cards can give you an idea of how each option treats late payments and may want to factor this into your final decision.

  • Overlimit fee

If you max out your credit card, you could be charged a fee of around $10 to $30. It’s important to consider this cost when comparing different cards so that you know what penalties could apply for different options. It may also help you decide on a sensible credit limit when you apply.

  • Other fees and charges

Credit cards may charge a range of other fees for different features and services, including:

  • Additional cardholder fees
  • Printed statement fees
  • Optional rewards program enrolment (i.e. for Qantas rewards)
  • Emergency card replacement

Make sure you consider these charges and when they could apply so that you know what other potential costs you may have to pay for any card you choose.

From low rate and balance transfer options to rewards credit cards, super-premium platinum and black cards or those with no fees, there are credit cards available to suit almost anyone’s needs. Now that you understand more about the different factors that need to be considered, you can start comparing credit cards and apply for one that really works for you.

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30 Responses to Compare Credit Cards

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    Bec | April 2, 2016

    I’m new to this whole credit card thing but I’m after basically a small credit card amount for personal and emergency use. I’m curious for your advice as to what would be the best one to start off with?

    Cheers.

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      Sharon | April 4, 2016

      Hi Bec, thanks for your inquiry.

      As a financial comparison service, we’re unable to recommend any specific product, service or strategy to our users as the ‘best’ option will always depend on the individual’s financial situation and needs. I would recommend you to compare different credit cards based on the offer provided and fees involved in conjunction with your financial situations and eligibility requirements.

      You may also refer to our tips to consider when applying for your first credit card.

      I hope this has helped.

      Sharon

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    John | December 21, 2015

    Hi. I am searching for the best credit card that has NO capped frequent flyer points per month and also does not reduce the number of points per month after a certain $ amount is reached. Any suggestions?. Both Citi Emirates card and Virgin money cards are capping in March and April 2016 and I need to find an un-capped and unlimited card. Prefer someone linked to Velocity but will take Qantas points if no other choice. Thanks. John

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      Debbie | December 21, 2015

      Hi John,

      Thank you for your inquiry.
      Please note that you’ve come through finder.com.au, an online comparison service and is not in the position to recommend specific issuers, products or services.

      To compare credit cards with uncapped points and no expiry, please check this page.

      I hope this helps.
      Cheers,
      Debbie

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    Wolfie | July 17, 2015

    Does changing to a new credit card and transferring the balance reduce the interest rate?

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      Jonathan | July 17, 2015

      Hi Wolfie, thanks for your inquiry!

      Changing to a new balance transfer credit card can reduce the interest rate that you are currently paying. Please refer to the following link for 0% balance transfer credit cards.

      Cheers,

      Jonathan

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    Chris | May 3, 2015

    Hi,

    I am under 457 visa can i apply for a card that states not for temporary resident?

    Many thanks

    Kind regards,
    Chris

    • Staff
      Jonathan | May 4, 2015

      Hi Chris, thanks for your inquiry!

      For more information on which lenders/ banks provide credit card services for 457 Visa holders please see this page.

      Cheers,

      Jonathan

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    Leah | April 24, 2015

    Considering a credit card; no other supplementary income – $1132 p/f. Child Support additional $399 a year. Low credit rating.

    Have looked at lenders page providing information in regards to lenders who do accept centrelink as a form of income but so far I am not getting the answers I’m looking for. Only looking for a low limit so not to overspend, easy to keep track of for emergencies.

    • Staff
      Jonathan | April 30, 2015

      Hi Leah, thanks for your inquiry!

      Generally with applying for a credit card, Centrelink benefits are handled on a case by case basis by banks/ lenders. The application requirements on each credit card provide an indicator to whether you are eligible to apply. For any further inquiries it is recommended to speak to the bank directly either through customer service centre or local branch. You may like to refer to the following link for more information on lenders who accept Centrelink benefits as a form of income and other loan options. Please also refer to this page for low interest rate credit cards.

      Cheers,

      Jonathan

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    Sean | April 13, 2015

    Can you suggest credit card issuers who will issue cards to discharged bankrupts?

    • Staff
      Jonathan | April 14, 2015

      Hi Sean, thanks for your inquiry!

      Unfortunately there are no credit card products directly targeted to discharged bankrupts. After being discharged from bankruptcy it can be ideal to assess your current credit rating/ score by undergoing a credit repair process, more information on this process can be found on this page.

      Cheers,

      Jonathan

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    harry | March 11, 2015

    why do some credit cards have a fee of 1 to 2.5 balance transfer fee when others have nothing or is it hidden in fine print
    Regards

    • Staff
      Jonathan | March 11, 2015

      Hi Harry, thanks for your inquiry!

      The balance transfer fee is unique to a lender’s terms and policies. For a list of credit cards that do not have a balance transfer fee please see this page.

      Cheers,

      Jonathan

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    Brett | February 11, 2015

    im looking at getting credit card for my wife she nets 730 dollars a week which would be best card for her and what limit should she apply for

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      Jonathan | February 11, 2015

      Hi Brett, thanks for your inquiry!

      There are a number of credit card categories that you can choose from including Balance transfer cards, No Annual Fee Credit Cards, Rewards cards and many more. Depending on the individual’s needs and potential benefits they are seeking the card type will vary. The compare credit card page on this page we have defined the different card types on the left hand side bar and in further detail down the page with factors to consider.

      Cheers,

      Jonathan

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    Alan | December 15, 2014

    which Visa or Master card gives the best reward points without any cap on points collected in a year or in a period of time?
    Also it must have a reasonable credit limit, we pay our cards every month.

    • Staff
      Elizabeth | December 15, 2014

      Hi Alan,

      Thanks for your question.

      You can compare cards with uncapped rewards points earning on this page, and cards with uncapped rewards points earning and no points expiry on this page. You can check the credit limit by clicking through to the individual review pages by clicking ‘more info’.

      I hope this has helped.

      Thanks,

      Elizabeth

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    LAC | December 8, 2014

    Would like a platinum card with reward program. Hate the annual fee. Current provider too expensive and too much fiddling with HSBC card, customer service hopeless. Any others suggested?

    • Staff
      Elizabeth | December 8, 2014

      Hi LAC,

      Thanks for your question.

      I can’t suggest a specific credit card for you, but you can compare a range of no annual fee credit cards with rewards programs on this page. Not too many platinum cards come with no annual fee, but you can compare platinum cards using the table on this page. Simply click the heading ‘annual fee’ to filter the table to show the lowest annual fee to the highest.

      I hope this has helped.

      Thanks,

      Elizabeth

Credit Cards Comparison

Rates last updated September 23rd, 2016
Purchase rate (p.a.) Balance transfer rate (p.a.) Annual fee
Virgin Australia Velocity Flyer Card - Balance Transfer Offer
Enjoy a 0% p.a. balance transfer offer for 18 months and also earn 2 bonus Velocity Points in the first 3 months on everyday spend.
20.74% p.a. 0% p.a. for 18 months $64 p.a. annual fee for the first year ($129 p.a. thereafter) Go to site More info
ME Bank frank Credit Card
Enjoy a low and consistent interest rate on purchases and cash advances, combined with no annual fee.
11.99% p.a. $0 p.a. Go to site More info
St.George Vertigo Visa
Introductory offer of 0% p.a. for 18 months on balance transfers and 1% p.a. for 12 months on purchases, plus a low annual fee.
1% p.a. for 12 months (reverts to 13.24% p.a.) 0% p.a. for 18 months $55 p.a. Go to site More info
HSBC Platinum Credit Card
Receive a full annual fee refund and save $149 if you meet the $6,000 spend requirement. Enjoy a balance transfer offer and platinum card benefits such as complimentary insurances and concierge services.
19.99% p.a. 0% p.a. for 15 months $149 p.a. Go to site More info

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