Today’s RBA credit card statistics show the continued demise of credit cards in Australia.
If you’ve been known to make the occasional cheeky bet, you soon may no longer be able to do so using a Macquarie Bank credit card.
Australians could receive up to 120,000 bonus Velocity points if they take out a new American Express Westpac Altitude Black Bundle.
The spread of the NBN is producing a dark side – the spread of NBN scams.
Australia’s credit card debt accruing interest has slid to the lowest level in over 11 years as Australians start to wean themselves off high interest debt.
Buy now … and pay much later. There are a handful of credit cards in Australia that allow you to do just that.
How rewarding is your rewards credit card? Possibly not very, according to a new study from ME, which found that for over a third of Aussie cardholders, rewards cards are effectively costing them money.
Consumers who take out an American Express Velocity Platinum Card in the next month can earn up to 100,000 bonus Velocity points.
Telstra has launched a loyalty program called Telstra Plus to reward customers for their spending.
Want something for nothing? There are five credit cards that give you just that – provided you pay off your entire bill each month.
As banks quietly shake up the credit card landscape by hiking interest rates and shaving earn rates on some rewards schemes, RateCity.com.au has crunched the numbers on the highest-earning frequent flyer cards.
Without warning Westpac has today hiked the interest rate on a majority of its credit cards by 0.25 per cent.
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