ANZ Low Rate Credit Card

Take advantage of a 0% p.a. introductory rate on balance transfers and enjoy a low annual fee with a new ANZ Low Rate Credit Card.

Important information

The ANZ Low Rate Card is currently unavailable for new applications. However, we've kept the information online for the benefit of existing customers and for those who are interested. You can compare the current range of ANZ credit cards here.

A new version of the ANZ Low Rate Card is set to launch on Monday, 28 May 2018.

The ANZ Low Rate Credit Card offers you value and savings on credit card costs, with a low ongoing interest rate on purchases plus a 0% p.a. interest rate on balance transfers for 15 months.

You can also look forward to essential card features including up to 55 days interest-free on purchases when you pay your previous balance in full, a low minimum credit limit of $1,000 and the option to add up to 3 additional cardholders at no cost.

ANZ Low Rate credit card review

The ANZ Low Rate card offers you both standard credit features and ways to save on credit card costs. It has a low purchase rate of 12.49% p.a. and offers up to 55 interest-free days on purchases, which can help you manage your month-to-month expenses.

Benefits of the ANZ Low Rate Credit Card

Here are some of the features you can enjoy with the ANZ Low Rate Card.

  • Balance transfer offer. New cardholders can enjoy 0% p.a. on balance transfers for the first 15 months with no BT fee. Any unpaid balances at the end of the introductory period will revert to the standard balance transfer rate of 21.74% p.a.
  • Low purchase rate. A variable rate of 12.49% p.a. on purchases means that you can save money on interest fees each month when compared to cards with higher purchase rates.
  • Mobile payment technology. Apple Pay and Google Pay let you use your Apple or Android device to tap and pay with your eligible ANZ credit card.
  • Up to 55 days interest-free. Enjoy up to 55 days interest-free on purchases made with the ANZ Low Rate Credit Card. This feature allows you to use the card for your day to day spending and settle the account at the end of the month without incurring any additional costs.

Features of the ANZ Low Rate Credit Card

  • Annual fee. This credit card has a competitive annual fee of $58.
  • ANZ Falcon. ANZ offers a 24/7 security service that helps protect customers from fraud by monitoring transactions and sending immediate alerts in the event of suspicious activity.
  • Additional cardholders. You can request to add up to 3 additional cardholders on the account, with a $0 additional fee.
  • ANZ fraud money-back guarantee. ANZ offers a money-back guarantee on all losses that result from unauthorised or fraudulent transactions on the account. ANZ also offers customer service 24 hours a day to further ensure protection.
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    RobJuly 7, 2017

    I have a $5000 low rate credit card with ANZ. What would be the lowest minimum repayment amount if I max the card out?

    • Staff
      RenchJuly 8, 2017Staff

      Hi Rob,

      Thanks for reaching out to us. Please note that we are not affiliated with ANZ or any company we feature on our site and so we can only offer you general advice.

      On a $5,000 card balance with a minimum repayment of 3% for example, you’d need to pay at least $150 each month. You can calculate how much 3% of your balance is with the following formula: (3/100) x (your balance) = (your balance repayment amount). You can get this info on this page.

      I suggest contacting ANZ directly to further confirm the information.


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    GregJuly 18, 2016

    on a 0% interest balance transfer application, How long does the application process take from initial form signing to balance transfer occurring.



    • Staff
      LouJuly 18, 2016Staff

      Hi Greg,

      Thanks for your question.

      If you apply for ANZ Low Rate Credit Card balance transfer, the online application process just takes about 10-15 minutes. Once approved, the balance transfer can take between three to 15 business days to process, depending on which bank you are transferring a balance from.


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    NigelJuly 11, 2016

    Hi why does it say this card will revert to 21.74 percent at the top on balance transfers at the end of 18 month transfer period, yet on the side under Pro’s it says it will revert to the low purchase rate at this time which is 13.49 percent? Confused??

    • Staff
      LouJuly 11, 2016Staff

      Hi Nigel,

      Thanks for your comment and for pointing that out.

      Just to clarify, the ANZ Low Rate Credit Card has a balance transfer revert rate of 21.74% p.a., which is the same as the cash advance rate of interest.


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    JunMarch 12, 2016

    I have received a DSP pension
    I have $996 per two week.
    About 23000 per annual.
    Can I apply a lower rate credit card for $1000 credit?

    • Staff
      JonathanMarch 14, 2016Staff

      Hi Jun, thanks for your inquiry!

      An annual pension benefit of $23,000 can qualify you to apply for a credit card. For a list of banks who accept pension benefits for applications please refer to this guide.



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    TristanFebruary 3, 2016

    Is the 18months interest-free only for new customers or existing

    • Staff
      DebbieFebruary 4, 2016Staff

      Hi Tristan,

      Thank you for your inquiry.

      The balance transfer offer of 18 months applies to new approved customers only and not available to any balances transferred from an existing ANZ account.

      For a comparison of other credit cards that offer balance transfers, please refer to this page.

      I hope this helps.


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    peterDecember 3, 2015

    hi if i get $800 cash advance and i will pay it back in few days do i still need to pay my other non cash advance purchase to avoid high interest, i have -$1000 on my credit card i took $800 cash advance and pay it back, do i still need to pay that -1000 to avoid higher interest?

    • Staff
      JonathanDecember 4, 2015Staff

      Hi Peter, thanks for your inquiry!

      Non cash advance purchases will be charged at the purchase rate and not the cash advance rate. If you have cleared your previous months balance then you will be eligible for 55 interest-free days with the ANZ Low Rate credit card. This will allow you to avoid interest on your purchases. You can learn more about interest-free days on this page.



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    JanetDecember 2, 2015

    I have already paid off a balance transfer and my credit card with you has a nil balance – can I do a further balance transfer and if so how do I go about it? Thank you

    • Staff
      JonathanDecember 2, 2015Staff

      Hi Janet, thanks for your inquiry!

      If you have used your balance transfer promotion on your current ANZ Low Rate credit card, unfortunately you are unable to request another transfer to this card. You can compare more balance transfer offers here.



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    MikeNovember 26, 2015

    Hi – Is the ‘$15 K minimum income’ a nett or gross figure?

    • Staff
      SallyNovember 27, 2015Staff

      Hi Mike,

      Thanks for your question.

      The minimum income for the ANZ Low Rate card is gross $15,000 p.a.



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    jeanNovember 17, 2015


    I’m a Singaporean and can I apply for this card?

    • Staff
      SallyNovember 18, 2015Staff

      Hi Jean,

      Thanks for your question.

      Applicants must be permanent Australian residents.



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    KimNovember 5, 2015

    I apply for a credit card and was approved for $1000 when can I apply for $15,000 as that’s what I really wanted

    • Staff
      SharonNovember 5, 2015Staff

      Hi Kim,

      Thank you for your comment.

      The available credit limit on the credit card will depend on the lender’s criteria. As a result it would be best to contact ANZ before completing an application to better assess your personal needs.



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