Myer Visa Credit Card – Rates and Fees

The Myer Visa Card comes with a rewards program and up to 55 interest-free days on purchases

Myer Visa Card issued by Latitude - Discontinued

  • As of 7 June 2017, the partnership between Myer and Latitude Financial has been discontinued and this card is no longer available. However, this information has been kept for historical purposes.
  • If you're looking for the new version of the Myer credit card, issued by Macquarie, check out the finder review.

Benefits of Myer Visa Card

  • Earn reward points. When you use this card to shop at Myer, every dollar spent earns three Myer one Shopping Credits. When you shop at Myer affiliates, every dollar spent can earn up to 3 Myer one Shopping Credits. For all other eligible purchases made elsewhere, every dollar spent earns 1 Myer one Shopping Credit.
  • Redeem reward points. When your accumulated Shopping Credits reach the 2,000 mark, Myer will automatically send a $20 Myer one Gift Card to you. They then continue to issue these gift cards in $20 increments. You can use these gift cards at all Myer stores, with the exception of certain Myer Concessions outlets.
  • Buy now pay later. When you make purchases at Myer using the Myer Visa Card you have the option to take advantage of a ‘three months buy now pay later’ scheme. You can opt for this alternative at the payment counter.
  • Myer one benefits. As a Myer one member you'll receive invitations to various VIP shopping events, you get access to exclusive offers, and you get a free copy of Emporium magazine with every purchase.

Myer Visa Card features

  • Annual fee. You have to pay $69 every year for as long as you keep using your Myer Visa Card.
  • Rewards. While you earn reward credits when you use this card at Myer and its affiliates, you also earn reward credits when you use it to make purchases just about anywhere. You get to shop at Myer when it comes to redeeming your accumulated Shopping Credits.
  • Interest-free days. If you pay your account’s outstanding balance in full at the end of each billing cycle, you can get up to 55 interest-free days on purchases.
  • Additional cardholders. You can get an additional cardholder for any individual aged over 16 years, just keep in mind each card attracts an annual fee of $9.
    Global acceptance. You can use this card anywhere in the world, as you would any other Visa credit card, at any EFTPOS terminal or ATM that displays the Visa logo.
  • Card security. An embedded microchip works in securing your account information, and the Myer Visa Fraud Secure provides security against fraudulent use of your card.
  • Visa payWave. This card makes use of Visa payWave technology, letting you to make contactless purchases of under $100.
  • Shopper's protection insurance. This optional extra provides protection to your purchases and your finances.
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    TerryJuly 27, 2017

    Is the Annual Fee waived, i. e. $0.00, for Centerlinked Aged Pensioners as on some other Credit Cards that are available?

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      HaroldJuly 28, 2017Staff

      Hi Terry,

      Thank you for your inquiry.

      With Myer Visa Credit Card, you have to pay $69 every year for as long as you keep using your Myer Visa Card.
      Should you need No Annual Fee Credit Cards you may want to check the options here.

      I hope this information has helped.


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