Keep Calm and Compare – T-shirt

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Keep Calm and Compare

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If you need a little more convincing of how great these shirts are, take a look at some of our happy finders below modelling them. You may even recognise one or two!

Fred Schebesta

Fred Schebesta is a Director of finder.com.au and loves being frugal and finding loopholes in deals.

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    elenaMay 14, 2016

    I want a T-shirt

    • Staff
      StephanieMay 17, 2016Staff

      Hi Elena,
      Unfortunately this promotion closed at the end of last year. All references to it on 3rd party sites are null and void.
      Regards,
      Stephanie

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    AlexanderApril 17, 2015

    Please

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      ShirleyApril 20, 2015Staff

      Hi Alexander,

      Thanks for your question.

      If you would like a free t-shirt from finder.com.au, please fill in the form above.

      Cheers,
      Shirley

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      LiliyaMay 11, 2016

      I would like a free t-shirt from the finder.com.au, please. The form above is not found.

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      StephanieMay 12, 2016Staff

      Hi Liliya,
      Thanks for your comment.
      Unfortunately this promotion has now ended. All references to it on our site have been removed and any remaining on third party sites are no longer valid.
      Regards,
      Stephanie

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    Surfinggman.November 1, 2013

    Is it worthwhile using a credit card that has frequent flyers attached to them or is it a waste?

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      MarcNovember 4, 2013Staff

      Hello Surfinggman,
      this is a great question.

      This depends mainly on how much you plan to spend on your card, and what rewards you’re likely to redeem your points for. If the card that you apply for has an annual fee, you’ll want to estimate how much you’ll spend on your card per year, and how many points you’ll earn for this spend. Then work out what sort of rewards you’re likely to receive for these points. Ensure that the value of any rewards significantly outweighs the annual fee.

      For example, $14,000 is spent on a card with an annual fee of $100, and 18,000 points are earned. Say gift vouchers are the rewards wanted, 18,000 points in most frequent flyer programs allow you to earn a $100 gift voucher. In this case the value of the rewards per year isn’t worth more than the annual fee, so a frequent flyer card may not be the best option.

      Remember too that some frequent flyer cards come with no annual fee.

      Use the above method and you can work out if a card is worth the annual fee when comparing frequent flyer cards.

      I hope this helps,
      Marc.

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