Credit card spending spike expected for Easter break

RateCity Staff
Apr 6, 2012( 1 min read )

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Credit card use historically higher over Easter period. Australians spent extra $2.37 BILLION in lead up to Easter last year . Card holders should prepare for higher credit card bills next month.

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