finder Five: Citi Rewards, Belong, Vistaprint
Our weekly round-up of five of the best deals and offers across finder.
Why it's appealing: Belong is offering three months free "Speed Boost" for all its NBN 100GB and unlimited plans, which means you'll be moved up to the next speed tier without paying an extra fee.
What you need to know about it: The offer runs until 15 December. See all the plan inclusions Belong features in our review.
Want to compare other options? Broadband Plan Finder will show you all the services available at your address.
Why it's appealing: There's a bonus offer running which offers up to 150,000 additional reward points.
What you need to know about it: You can earn 10,000 points each month for 15 months provided you make at least one purchase on the card during that month. You have to apply before 22 November 2016 to score the bonus. Check our review for the full details.
Want to compare other options? We've compared other current card offers with high bonus reward points.
Why it's appealing: Nicely timed if you want custom Christmas cards.
What you need to know about it: Get in quick, the code won't work after 9 November.
Want to compare other options? We have lots more ideas for Christmas gifts.
Why it's appealing: Sign up through finder.com.au and you won't pay any online transfer fees.
What you need to know about it: WorldFirst supports a wide range of currencies. The minimum transfer amount is $250. Check our overview for all the details.
Want to compare other options? Explore your choices for international money transfers.
Why it's appealing: Unusually for a peer-to-peer (P2P) loan service, Ratesetter offers 6-month loan terms (most others have a minimum length of two years).
What you need to know about it: P2P lending platforms connect people needing money with people willing to lend it, so rates will vary widely. Read the overview to learn more.
Want to compare other options? There are plenty of P2P lenders to choose from.
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.