Compare Savings accounts interest rates
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Total interest earned
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MyState Bank

Bonus Saver Account

*Bonus interest is paid when a customer has made an eligible deposit of $20 into the Bonus Saver account in the calendar month and made 5 eligible Visa card purchases on the linked Everyday or Glide account in the calendar month
1.2%*
0.1%
$10.6
$160.4
Go to siteEarn a competitive return on your nest egg with this savings account that also offers branch access and no ongoing fees.
Bank of Queensland

Fast Track Starter Account (Ages 14 - 24)

*Bonus Interest applies for the following month where $200 or more is credited to the linked Day2Day Plus account in the prior month. This amount does not include amounts transferred from another one of your BOQ Accounts; Customers will also be required to make 5 eligible transactions which includes:- Settled Visa Debit Card & eftpos Card purchases, Direct Debits and ATM withdrawals.
1.05%*
0.05%
$9.3
$140.3
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Citi

Online Saver

1.1%
Intro 4 months then 0.35%
0.35%
$9.7
$147
Go to siteAn online-based savings account that rewards customers with a high introductory rate and no ongoing fees or minimum balance conditions.
HSBC

Flexi Saver

*Ensure that on the last business day of the month, your closing balance is at least $300 higher (excluding interest) than the opening balance on the first business day of that month
0.85%*
0.05%
$7.5
$113.4
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Bank of Queensland

Fast Track Savings Account

*Receive bonus interest when you deposit $1000 into a linked Day2Day account from an external account and make 5 eligible transactions per month. Available on balances up to $250,000.
1.05%*
0.05%
$9.3
$140.3
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Maximum interest rate may have an expiry date, or depend on you fulfilling certain terms and conditions. Base rate is the default rate at which you can earn interest on your savings. RateCity Australian Credit License 316710.
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