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At Finder, we do our best to compare the entire credit card market. This means we endeavour to list every bank and lender as well as every credit card available in Australia. Below, you can click through to each provider page where you can see all of their credit cards. If you're looking for a specific type of offer, you can find links to each of our guides here too.

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    ChinnammaJanuary 10, 2024

    I am searching for a credit card(preferably Master card) with low fees or no fees to pay my regula r bill

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    robertDecember 25, 2023

    what credit card can i apply and if accepted use straight away

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      AmyDecember 27, 2023Finder

      Hi Robert,
      Some virtual credit cards can be set up and used after an application is approved. Keep in mind that you would need to meet the eligibility criteria and provide all the relevant details before you could get approval and set up an account. Finder’s guide to instant approval credit cards also has some options you can compare, as well as details on what to consider before you apply. I hope this helps.

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    MartinJuly 31, 2023

    best credit card for low annual fees and best in points earn for dollar spend

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    gavinJuly 4, 2023

    best credit card for
    no overseas transaction fees
    international travel insurance
    velocity points

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    DavidJuly 1, 2023

    I’m looking for a Credit card that gives domestic and international travel and car hire excess insurance also points that can be transferred to the flight company points programs would be preferable. I am currently a temporary resident on a bridging visa. I have checked my credit score which scored excellent. Currently with NAB bank but they don’t allow temporary residents on their cards

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