finder Five Deals: Vaya, ING Direct, eBay
Our weekly round-up of five of the best deals and offers across finder.
Why it's appealing: New accounts can score a $75 cash bonus.
What you need to know about it: You need to open the account before 25 December and deposit at least $1,000 a month. The offer is limited to the first 6,000 applicants. Learn more about the account terms and fees here.
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Why it's appealing: Vaya is cutting up to a third off the price of its 12-month prepaid plans. That means you can score a plan with unlimited calls and texts to Australian numbers and a generous 8GB of a data a month for an effective $22 a month. Vaya runs on Optus' 4G network.
What you need to know about it: You do have to pay up front for the full 12 months on plans, and the sale runs until December 24.
Want to compare other options? Use Mobile Phone Finder to compare contract and prepaid plans.
Why it's appealing: Get 20% off selected major tech brands.
What you need to know about it: The deal only runs until 24 November, so you'll need to get in quickly.
Want to compare other options? We have active coupon codes for every taste.
Why it's appealing: The comparison rate of 3.57% per annum is one of the lowest on the market right now, and HSBC is waiving the $600 application fee for new applicants.
What you need to know about it: This is only available to resident owner occupiersCheck out all the fees and conditions.
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Why it's appealing: A 0% purchase rate credit card is great for sorting your Christmas shopping, and this one also features a 15-month balance transfer.
What you need to know about it: The 0% offer is only available to new NAB customers, and you must apply by 22 January 2017. Learn about the card's rates and fees.
Want to compare other options? Consider other 0% purchase rate credit card deals.
Each Wednesday, finder Five Deals collects five 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.