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Before you submit your credit card application cast your eyes over some of the best interest rates, balance transfers and low interest credit cards online at RateCity. Here you can search, compare and apply for over 200 great Australian credit cards, without breaking a sweat.

The credit card application process can feel overwhelming, as you concern yourself with finding the best deal, the lowest interest rates and great features. A great way to start narrowing down your search is to compare a huge range of Australian credit cards side-by-side online.

Now you can see a list of credit card options below, you need to work out which card is right for you.

Before you dive in and submit a credit card application you need to consider your spending, repayment and lifestyle habits. The regularity of your credit card use, the amount you spend and how often you make repayments should be taken into consideration to help you find the most compatible card.

For those on the run, applying online for a credit card might be the most convenient option. Once you track down your ideal credit card you can then complete an online credit card application and you’ll get an instant assessment.

Of course, you will need to provide personal information so they can verify your eligibility. The 100 points of identification required and proof of income can include, a copy of your driver’s licence or passport, recent pay slips or details of any existing loans, for example.

Get started with your search by comparing an extensive list of some of Australia's best credit cards below.

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Company Product Card Type Balance Transfer Revert Rate Annual Fee Interest Free Days Go To Site
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Citibank Platinum visa 0% (24 months) 21.74% $199 Up to 55 Go to Site
Westpac Low Rate Visa Card visa 0% (14 months) 13.49% $45 Up to 55 Go to Site
Virgin Money Velocity Flyer Card visa 0% (14 months) 20.99% $129 Up to 44 Details
Bank of Melbourne Vertigo MasterCard mastercard 0% (12 months) 13.24% $55 Up to 55 Go to Site
St.George Bank Vertigo MasterCard mastercard 0% (12 months) 13.24% $55 Up to 55 Go to Site
BankSA Vertigo MasterCard mastercard 0% (12 months) 13.24% $55 Up to 55 Go to Site
ANZ Low Rate mastercard 0% (12 months) 13.49% $58 Up to 55 Go to Site
ANZ Low Rate Platinum mastercard 0% (12 months) 13.49% $99 Up to 55 Go to Site
ANZ Platinum visa 0% (12 months) 19.74% $87 Up to 55 Go to Site
ANZ First visa 0% (12 months) 19.74% $30 Up to 44 Go to Site
Westpac Altitude Platinum visa 0% (12 months) 19.99% $150 Up to 45 Go to Site
Westpac Altitude Black mastercard 0% (12 months) 19.99% $395 Up to 45 Details
Westpac earth Platinum mastercard 0% (12 months) 19.99% $125 Up to 45 Go to Site
Westpac earth Black mastercard 0% (12 months) 19.99% $395 Up to 45 Details
Westpac earth mastercard 0% (12 months) 19.99% $75 Up to 45 Go to Site
Westpac Altitude visa 0% (12 months) 19.99% $100 Up to 45 Go to Site
Suncorp Bank Platinum Card visa 0% (12 months) 20.74% $199 Up to 55 Go to Site
Aussie Low Rate Classic Card mastercard 0% (9 months) 20.99% $49 Up to 55 Go to Site
HSBC Platinum Credit Card visa 0% (8 months) 21.99% $0 Up to 55 Go to Site
Virgin Money No Annual Fee Credit Card visa 0% (6 months) 20.99% $0 Up to 44 Details
HSBC Credit Card visa 0% (6 months) 21.99% $0 Up to 55 Go to Site
HSBC Platinum Qantas Credit Card visa 0% (6 months) 21.99% $199 Up to 55 Go to Site
St.George Bank Amplify Credit Card visa 0.99% (6 months) 19.49% $79 Up to 55 Go to Site
BankSA Amplify Credit Card visa 0.99% (6 months) 19.49% $79 Up to 55 Go to Site
Westpac Singapore Airlines Platinum Card visa 0.99% (6 months) 19.49% $250 Up to 45 Go to Site

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Data last updated April 18th, 2014

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