This is the only debit card in Australia that gives you cash back right now

Shirley Liu 1 September 2015

only debit card in Australia that gives you cash back

Cashback on debit cards is trickier to find these days, but you do still have an option.

Update: ING Direct is ending it's 2% cash back promotion

ING Direct Australia has announced it will end it's cash back offer for current and new customers at the end of September 2016. For more information, please click here.

Offering cash back when you make purchases has been a frequent tactic by banks to try and attract customers, but those offers have dried up in recent weeks. ING Direct, ME Bank and Citibank have all previously had cashback offers, but only one still remains.

ING Direct has maintained its 2% cash back offer for Visa payWave purchases under $100 conducted in Australia for the ING Orange Everyday account. You'll get the cash back into your account straight after the settlement of the transaction. That means for a purchase of $100, you will get $2 back.

ING has also kept its ATM rebate offer, where the ATM fee charged by the ATM operator is rebated immediately after the transaction, which means you can effectively use any Australian ATM for free. You can read the full terms and conditions for the both of the offers here.

Rates last updated October 24th, 2016
Debit Card Account Details Card Type Monthly Account Fee Minimum Opening Balance Description
ING DIRECT Orange Everyday Account
ING DIRECT Orange Everyday Account
$75 cash bonus when you open an Orange Everyday Account. Conditions apply. Visa Debit Card $0 $0 No monthly fees, and you can use any ATM in Australia for free when you deposit $1,000 each month e.g your salary. Open More

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