finder Five: Natloans, eBay, Surface Book

Angus Kidman 2 November 2016 NEWS


Our weekly round-up of five of the best deals and offers across finder.

Natloans Car Loans

Why it's appealing: Rates for these car loans start from 4.4%, which is lower than many home loans right now.
What you need to know about it: Natloans operates as a broker and will consider a range of loans to help you pick the best one. Learn more about how Natloans works.
Want to compare other options? Check out and compare a range of car loans.

20% off selected retailers at eBay

Why it's appealing: Retailers taking part include Toys R Us and Lorna Jane.
What you need to know about it: The deal runs until 7 November, and there's a maximum discount of $1,000.
Want to compare other options? Browse through hundreds of verified coupon codes and deals.

Microsoft Surface Book with i7

Why it's appealing: Microsoft's latest Surface Pro update adds the Intel Core i7 processor.
What you need to know about it: You can pre-order for delivery from 8 November, with free postage. Students can score an additional 15% off.
Want to compare other options? See how the Surface Book compares with Apple's MacBook Pro.

Samsung Pay Loyalty Points

Why it's appealing: If you're using Samsung Pay, being able to automatically earn loyalty points with many Australian retailers is a useful bonus.
What you need to know about it: Check here for the full list of retailers participating so far.
Want to compare other options? Check out which cards currently support Samsung Pay.

Go Insurance 10% Off

Why it's appealing: 10% off travel insurance gives you extra cash to spend on your trip.
What you need to know about it: It's an exclusive coupon and can be used for any Go Insurance travel policy.
Want to compare other options? Get a quote for your travel insurance.

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.

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