Macquarie Credit Union
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Macquarie Credit Union Credit Cards

Macquarie Credit Union offers members a low rate credit card with a balance transfer offer, low minimum credit limit and more.

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Macquarie Credit Union offers one Visa credit card with simple, low-cost features including an introductory rate for balance transfers, cash advances and purchases. Find out all the features and rates available with the Macquarie Credit Union Visa Credit Card, available to members.

Compare credit cards from Macquarie Credit Union

Name Purchase rate p.a. Bonus points Points per $ spent Interest-free period Balance transfer rate p.a. Annual fee
Macquarie Credit Union Visa Credit Card
Purchase rate p.a.
6.95% for 6 months, then 12.99%
Bonus points
N/A
Points per $ spent
N/A
Interest-free period
Up to 55 days on purchases
Balance transfer rate p.a.
6.95% for 6 months, then 12.99%
Annual fee
$30
More Info
Receive up to 55 days interest-free on purchases and the ability to add an additional cardholder for $0.
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Types of Macquarie Credit Union credit cards

  • Low rate credit cards

The Macquarie Credit Union Visa is a low rate credit card that offers a low ongoing rate of 12.99% as well as an introductory rate of 6.95% which applies to balance transfers, purchases and cash advances. The introductory rate stays in place for 6 months. This card comes with an annual fee of $30.

Benefits you get with a Macquarie Credit Union credit card

Some of the features you can expect when you bank with Macquarie Credit Union include:

  • Low minimum credit limit

The card comes with a low minimum credit limit of $1,000 and you can apply for as much as $10,000.

  • Balance transfers

If you have outstanding balances on other credit cards that attract higher rates of interest, you can consider transferring those balances to this credit card. You can take advantage of a discounted balance transfer rate and any outstanding balance at the end of this period starts attracting the card's low ongoing rate.

  • Introductory rates on most transactions

The introductory rate of 6.95% applies for 6 months across purchases, balance transfers and cash advances.

  • Visa benefits

You can use the Macquarie Credit Union Visa credit card to make payments in-person, online or over the phone, anywhere Visa is accepted. You also get access to exclusive deals on shopping, dining, entertainment and travel through Visa Offers + Perks.

  • Card security

Your account is protected against fraudulent transactions through Visa's Zero Liability Policy. If your card is lost or stolen, you can also call the 24/7 Visa security hotline on 1800 648 027.

  • Banking options

Macquarie Credit Union offers Internet banking, mobile banking, branch banking services and phone banking on 1300 885 480.

How to apply for a Macquarie Credit Union credit card

You can apply for a Macquarie Credit Union credit card online by filling in a secure application form. To get started, make sure you meet the following eligibility criteria and have all the documents and details you need to complete the application.

Eligibility criteria

  • Australian residency status. You must be an Australian citizen or permanent resident of Australia to apply for a credit card from Macquarie Credit Union.
  • Income. You must be employed or receive a regular income.
  • Credit history. You must not have declared bankruptcy or insolvency. You also must not have any defaults listed on your credit history for loans, credit cards, store cards or interest-free finance accounts.
  • Age. You must be at least 18 years of age.
  • Membership. You need to be a member of Macquarie Credit Union to open an account. If you're not an existing member, you can join by paying a $10 share fee. To be eligible to join, you must be a resident of Dubbo, Narromine, Gilgandra, Warren, Cobar, Coonamble or Nyngan local government areas. You can also join if you are an employee or family member of an employee at one of the following businesses or organisations:
    • Australia Post
    • Auscott Ltd
    • Essential Energy
    • Telstra
    • Macquarie Credit Union Limited
    • Any NSW or ACT local government council, state government department or federal government department or authority (including in health care, ambulance and fire authorities)

Documents and details

  • Personal details. This includes whether you are an existing member, as well as your name, date of birth, marital status, number of dependants and contact details. You also have to provide your driver’s licence number or another valid form of ID.
  • Employment. This section covers your salary, occupation, employment status and your employer’s name and contact details.
  • Financial details. You should provide details of any other forms of income, along with any assets and savings. You also need to share details of existing debts, credit accounts and your share of regular household expenses.

After you submit your application, Macquarie Credit Union will assess your application and get in touch. If you have any questions about your application or want to check on its status, call the credit union on 1300 885 480.

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