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Credit Card Rewards

Reward yourself by comparing some of Australia’s best credit card reward programs. If you are a smart spender you can easily carry out an online search to find an Australian credit card that will do more than land you in debt.

Credit card reward programs are offered by most credit card lenders as an incentive for your loyalty but perhaps also - to encourage you to spend. If you are clever you can use this to your advantage and cash in on an array of rewards, such as flights, retail goods and entertainment services.

The reward points are accumulated with each purchase you make on your credit card. So if you are a big spender you could really be rewarded with a premium, higher rate rewards credit card, because you will be earning valuable rewards for every dollar spent.

Two popular credit card rewards are, not surprisingly, travel and cash. Some reward programs allow you to collect frequent flyer points which you can redeem for flights. Others offer a cashback option which turns your reward points into cash, which can then be deposited back into your account.

Choosing the best credit card reward program comes down to your spending habits. You may not want to pay higher interest rates and fees for a platinum rewards credit card if you barely use your card, as the rates may outweigh the reward benefits. Likewise, if you are a big spender you may find you’ll benefit greatly from owning a premium rewards credit card, despite an increased interest rate.

Before you start daydreaming about how you’ll spend your reward points, start comparing some of Australia’s most attractive credit card reward programs below.

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Company Product Card Type Interest Rate Annual Fee Interest Free Days Go To Site
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Aussie Low Rate Classic Card mastercard 12.49% Ongoing $49 Up to 55 Go to Site
Commonwealth Bank Low Rate MasterCard mastercard 12.99% Ongoing $78 Up to 55 Go to Site
Commonwealth Bank Low Rate Gold MasterCard mastercard 12.99% Ongoing $120 Up to 55 Go to Site
Bank of Melbourne Vertigo MasterCard mastercard 13.24% Ongoing $55 Up to 55 Go to Site
St.George Bank Vertigo MasterCard mastercard 13.24% Ongoing $55 Up to 55 Go to Site
BankSA Vertigo MasterCard mastercard 13.24% Ongoing $55 Up to 55 Go to Site
Aussie Low Rate Platinum Card mastercard 13.29% Ongoing $99 Up to 55 Go to Site
Westpac Low Rate Visa Card visa 13.49% Ongoing $45 Up to 55 Go to Site
ANZ Low Rate mastercard 13.49% Ongoing $58 Up to 55 Go to Site
ANZ Low Rate Platinum mastercard 13.49% Ongoing $99 Up to 55 Go to Site
BankSA Gold Low Rate Visa visa 15.99% Ongoing $79 Up to 55 Go to Site
Bank of Melbourne Gold Low Rate Visa visa 15.99% Ongoing $79 Up to 55 Go to Site
St.George Bank Gold Low Rate Visa visa 15.99% Ongoing $79 Up to 55 Go to Site
HSBC Credit Card visa 17.99% Ongoing $0 Up to 55 Go to Site
ANZ Rewards visa 18.79% Ongoing $89 Up to 44 Go to Site
ANZ Rewards Platinum visa 18.79% Ongoing $149 Up to 55 Go to Site
Virgin Money No Annual Fee Credit Card visa 18.99% Ongoing $0 Up to 44 Details
St.George Bank Amplify Credit Card visa 19.49% Ongoing $79 Up to 55 Go to Site
BankSA Amplify Credit Card visa 19.49% Ongoing $79 Up to 55 Go to Site
Bank of Melbourne Amplify Credit Card visa 19.49% Ongoing $79 Up to 55 Go to Site
Westpac Singapore Airlines Platinum Card visa 19.49% Ongoing $250 Up to 45 Go to Site
Westpac 55 day Visa Card visa 19.59% Ongoing $0 Up to 55 Go to Site
Westpac 55 day Platinum Visa visa 19.59% Ongoing $0 Up to 55 Go to Site
Commonwealth Bank Low Fee MasterCard mastercard 19.74% Ongoing $24 Up to 55 Go to Site
ANZ First visa 19.74% Ongoing $30 Up to 44 Go to Site

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