finder Five: Telstra, Virgin Credit Cards, Missguided
Our weekly round-up of five of the best deals and offers across finder.
Why it's appealing: You're not tied to a contract but can take advantage of Telstra's broad network coverage. For $50 a month you get 5GB of data, unlimited SMS to Australian numbers and $1,000 of call credit.
What you need to know about it: It's a SIM-only deal so you'll need your own phone.
Want to compare other options? Compare all of Telstra's plans in our full guide.
Why it's appealing: You can balance transfer from another card at 0% for 18 months, which is one of the longest 0% deals out there right now. You'll also receive $100 cash back if you spend $2,000 in the first three months, and the card has no annual fee for life.
What you need to know about it: You have to apply before 31 October 2017 for the cash back and balance transfer offer. The purchase rate is 18.99%. For full details of rates and fees, see our overview.
Want to compare other options? Our comprehensive balance transfer credit card guide can help.
Why it's appealing: Online gaming purchases you make from the account will score a 10% cash back between now and the end of March 2017.
What you need to know about it: The deal works with PlayStation Store, Xbox One, Steam, Battle Net, EA Origin and Riot Games. There's a cap of $200 spent each month (which equates to $20 cash back). You can learn more about the deal in our news story.
Want to compare other options? If you're not a gamer, check out other transaction accounts.
Why it's appealing: This finder.com.au exclusive gives you 30% across Missguided's full range, just in time for spring racing.
What you need to know about it: The deal expires at 11.59pm on 13 October 2016.
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Each Wednesday, finder Five collects some of the best deals we've seen across all the areas that finder covers: credit cards, home loans, personal loans, bank accounts, insurance, technology, shopping and travel.