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Aussie Credit Cards

Important Information

As of 11 August 2014, Aussie will no longer be accepting credit card applications as their credit cards are no longer available to new customers. The information provided and cards cannot be applied for, however, the information on this page has been kept for the benefit of existing customers and for those who are interested.

You can compare other credit card options in our comparison tables.

Existing Aussie cardholders

If you are an existing Aussie credit card holder and have either the Aussie Classic Low Rate Mastercard, the Aussie Basic Low Rate or the Aussie Platinum Low Rate Mastercard you can find information about this product through Aussie. It's also important to check your monthly credit card statements for a breakdown of the rates and fees that apply to your account.

Managing your account

It is still possible to access your account online. With your online internet banking access you will be given access to view your credit card balance, recent and historical transactions. You can also contact the Aussie call centre between 8am and 6pm Sydney time on weekdays to discuss your account.

Alternatives to Aussie credit cards

While Aussie credit cards are no longer available, there are plenty of credit card options available to Australians looking to apply for a new card. Some options that offer similar features to previous Aussie credit card products include:

Low interest credit cards comparison

If you are looking for an alternative to the range of low rate credit cards that used to be offered by Aussie, please review our comparison of low interest credit cards.

Credit Card Offers

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Westpac Low Rate Card
Westpac Low Rate Card

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HSBC Platinum Credit Card
HSBC Platinum Credit Card

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St.George Vertigo Platinum - Online Offer
St.George Vertigo Platinum - Online Offer

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19 Responses

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    BecOctober 27, 2017

    Im on income protection and eventually Ill return to work. But Ive been trying to find another credit card company to tranfer my card from.
    Im currently paying 22% and just want a better rate as it hard to keep up with ridiculous amount. Is there any companies that can help me out.

    • Staff
      JudithOctober 28, 2017Staff

      Hi Bec,

      I hope you are doing fine today. Thanks for contacting finder, a comparison website and general information service.

      You may check your options on this page.

      We have a panel on the said page wherein you may enter the details of the amount that you want to transfer and the current interest rate then click “Calculate.” You may also read more information about each option by clicking “Go to site” and/or “More info.”

      I hope this helps.

      Best regards,

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    CarolynJune 4, 2015

    What are the annual fees for Aussie mastercard?

    • Staff
      sally.mcmullen@hiveempire.comJune 5, 2015Staff

      Hi Carolyn,

      Thank you for your question.

      A number of Australian credit cards come with MasterCard as a third party payment processor.

      View our comparison of Australian MasterCards here. On this page you will be able to compare the annual fees (as well as a number of other rates, fees and features) offered by Australian MasterCards.

      I hope this has answered your question.



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    leenaAugust 17, 2014

    do you have balance transfer offer for existing card holders.

    • Staff
      ShirleyAugust 18, 2014Staff

      Hi Leena,

      Thanks for your question.

      Unfortunately Aussie does not have any balance transfer offers for existing cardholders. If you’d like, you can compare alternative options on this page.

      All the best,

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    MaraApril 25, 2014

    The offer states 0% bal transfer for 8 months with 12.99% thereafter charged. However other print states 5.99% int after takeover of current credit card and 20.99% int charged.
    I’m confused.

    • Staff
      ShirleyApril 30, 2014Staff

      Hi Mara,

      Thanks for your question.

      Could you please pass through the link of this page? I’ll look into this for you.


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    RosanneApril 9, 2014

    I have an existing Aussie Credit card and would like to transfer a balance from another bank credit card, I would like to know a) how much will it cost me to transfer $740.00 from other card
    and, b) how can I do the transfer? can it be done online? or by ph? and c) how long does it take for the transfer to go thru?

    • Staff
      JacobApril 10, 2014Staff

      Hi, Rosanne.

      Thanks for your question.

      If you’re an existing Aussie card holder, you will need to check with the lender directly to arrange a balance transfer, you can use the methods you’ve listed in your question; however, it’s a good idea to give them a call to find out the applicable interest rate and the length of the promotional period (if applicable).

      Generally speaking, a balance transfer can take between 5 and 10 business days to process.

      I hope this helps.

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    DavidFebruary 3, 2014

    I have an Aussie Mastercard numbered and, recently, when I tried to use it, the POS terminal told me I had provided an incorrect PIN. I realise that I am now 72 years old but didn’t thing I was going senile yet. Can I please get an email advising me of my PIN. I have (I thought!) the same PIN on several other cards with a small variation where more than four digits are required and I tried both.

    • Staff
      ShirleyFebruary 3, 2014Staff

      Hi David,

      Thanks for your comment.

      If you’ve setup your online account with Aussie, you can access your PIN by logging into the ‘My Aussie Cards Portal’.

      If you don’t have an account set up, please contact the Aussie Customer Service team and they’ll be able to assist you.


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    DeirdreJuly 5, 2013

    Is there a minimum credit limit? Is there an income limit? I am a pensioner but have twice yearly dividends from investments.

    • Staff
      JacobJuly 5, 2013Staff

      Hi Deidre. Please click on the review page for each card to find out this information. It’s listed in the application requirements table at the bottom of the review page. Thanks for your question. Jacob.

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    JonJune 21, 2013

    How to cancel my lost credit card and have it replaced?

    • Staff
      JacobJune 21, 2013Staff

      Hi Jon. If you’re looking to close your account you can do this once you’ve paid your card balance in full. You will need to reapply if you want the card replaced. Jacob.

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    June 14, 2013

    Hi there,

    I need to do a balance transfer from two cards over to the one. Can you please tell me what the approx. repayment would be monthly on a $5,300 credit card. I am considering the Aussie Classic Low Rate MasterCard? 9mths at 0%

    Thank you…..

    • Staff
      JacobJune 14, 2013Staff

      HI Lisa. Thanks for your question. Aussie will let you transfer from up to four non-related credit cards, store cards or charge cards. This card has a minimum monthly repayment, which is listed in the product table on the card’s review page. This is the minimum amount you need to pay off the card each month to stop your account from going in to default. In your case this is approx. $100 a month. Hope this has helped. Jacob.

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      June 17, 2013

      Hi Jacob, much appreciated…..

Credit Cards Comparison

Rates last updated June 18th, 2018
Name Product Purchase rate (p.a.) Balance transfer rate (p.a.) Annual fee Product Description
Westpac Low Rate Card
13.49% p.a.
0% p.a. for 24 months with 1% balance transfer fee
$0 p.a. annual fee for the first year ($59 p.a. thereafter)
Offers a 0% for 24 month balance transfer option, first year annual fee waiver and a competitive purchase rate.
American Express Westpac Altitude Platinum Bundle - Qantas - Exclusive Offer
20.24% p.a.
$50 p.a. annual fee for the first year ($249 p.a. thereafter)
Up to 90,000 bonus Qantas Points when you meet the criteria with this dual Visa (issued & serviced by Westpac) & Amex (issued & serviced by Amex).
HSBC Platinum Credit Card
19.99% p.a.
0% p.a. for 22 months with 2% balance transfer fee
$0 p.a. annual fee for the first year ($129 p.a. thereafter)
Offers a 0% p.a. for 22 months balance transfer, $0 annual fee for the first year and an annual fee refund each year when you spend $6,000.
NAB Low Fee Card
19.74% p.a.
0% p.a. for 18 months with 2% balance transfer fee
$30 p.a.
Receive complimentary purchase protection insurance, a 18 month balance transfer offer and special offers from Visa Entertainment.
Citi Platinum Credit Card - 100k Bonus Points
20.99% p.a.
0% p.a. for 15 months with 1% balance transfer fee
$49 p.a. annual fee for the first year ($149 p.a. thereafter)
Earn 100,000 reward Points, enjoy a long-term balance transfer offer, a discounted first year annual fee and complimentary travel insurance.

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