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Major Credit Cards In Australia

Australia's major credit cards are supplied by the big four. This comes as no big surprise as the biggest banks can be a lot more competitive when it comes to credit card offers. They have more buying power than the smaller fish in the finance pond and can pass on bigger savings to their customers as a result.

Benefits of major credit cards:

One of the most obvious benefit is the cost factor of these cards. They often come with a much better deal, giving you more money on the bottom line. Whether you save by using a balance transfer card with a 0% deal or a rewards card that gives you free international travel insurance, you save money with the major credit cards.

Let's look at the most popular ones in Australia.

Major ANZ credit cards:

The major credit cards from ANZ bank are the:

ANZ bank offers some really good credit cards with consumer friendly features and low cost options to help anyone save money. If you want to cut down your interest repayments then look no further than with the ANZ Low Rate credit card as seen above.

Major Westpac credit cards:

Westpac credit cards include a lot of high-flyers, meaning if you are after a frequent flyer credit card, then chances are you will find one with Westpac. Their major credit cards include:

Altitude cards come in various offers including Gold and Platinum versions.

Major St.George credit cards:

St.George bank is by many considered to be a great consumer friendly bank with competitive products. Their St.George Vertigo credit card provides a competitive offering to Australia.

Here are the major credit cards from St.George:

Major NAB credit cards:

NAB is one of Australia's largest issuers of credit cards with a healthy stock of offers. Here are their major credit card selections:

As with any credit card, if you are currently shopping for the right hip mate then be sure to evaluate all offers according to your needs. With these major credit cards, you have a wide selection to get started.
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