Variable rate on
No annual fee±
- that's zip, zero, zilch.
Up to 55 days interest
- free on purchases.#
11.99% p.a. on purchases and cash advances
Up to 55 days interest-free on purchases#
$4 or 2% of the amount you take out (whichever is greater). Other transaction fees could also apply.
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Interest rate is current at 24-Jan-2017 and subject to change.
Applications are subject to credit approval.
* Cash advance fee of $4 or 2% of the amount of the cash advance (whichever is greater) and other transaction fees may apply.
# Up to 55 days interest-free only applies if you pay your balance in full by the due date each month.
± Conditions, fees and charges apply and are subject to change.
~ Mastercard Zero Liability protection is subject to meeting Mastercard's conditions. For full details of the Mastercard Zero Liability policy and conditions visit mastercard.com.au/zero-liability.html.
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Tap & go is a trademark of Mastercard International Incorporated.
Mozo fee free: The winning cards were judged the easiest for cardholders to avoid paying any fees on, as long as all spend was Australian purchases and they paid their outstanding balance in full each month.
Mozo low rate: The winning cards were the ones judged to be cheapest for cardholders with an ongoing revolving balance.
Money Magazine: Winning cards were ranked by total cost to cardholders (including interest and annual fees) of revolving a $2,500 debt over the prior 12 months.