You could be given special offers, deals and discounts just for opening a new account.
Banks are now rewarding both new and loyal customers. See how you can take advantage of what the banks are offering and use it to your benefit.
Bank Account Offer
Save for your individual goals by linking to interest-earning sub accounts. $5 waivable monthly account fee. Special offer: Enjoy a $0 monthly account fee when you open this account before 30 June 2019. Link up to nine interest-earning sub accounts. Google and Apple Pay available.
- Account keeping fee: $5.00
- Linked debit card: Visa
- ATM withdrawal fee: $0.00
- Overseas EFTPOS fee: 3%
Choose a bank account with rewards
Featured bank account promotions
NAB Classic Banking account - 1% cashback on contactless purchases
With a Visa Platinum Debit card, you'll receive 1% cashback on contactless purchases, no foreign currency fee on international purchases and a complimentary travel and lifestyle assistant.
What special promotions do I receive for savings accounts?
Every individual should have a savings account for storing extra money, even children should start a savings account early so that they learn the proper value of money and how to save for long-term goals.
It is quite common to see online savings accounts since more and more Australians are turning to the Internet to do their banking. When you open a new bank account online for savings there are some regular features that you should expect on the account. These include:
- Interest added monthly to your new bank account.
- Interest worked out on a daily basis.
- A minimum amount is not required.
- No limits for withdrawal or deposit amounts.
- Transactions are limited. In most cases you will not be able to have access to debit and credit cards, overdraft, branch services and withdrawals from ATMs.
- Processing for credits and debits are usually free.
Banks and other financial institutions understand that many people prefer the convenience of online banking and the rate of interest for online bank accounts is usually higher than the basic savings accounts. If you're the type of person, however, that still likes to walk into the bank to do your transactions, you will have to weigh the pros and cons of both savings accounts.