no annual fee credit cards

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  1. abcde

    abcde Junior Member

    Jun 10, 2005
    Im looking for a credit card
    either visa or mastercard
    that has no annual fee, and has a points rewards system..
    interest rates dont matter to me because i always pay it in full before the interest fee period ends..
    i already have virgin.. and woolies mastercard..
    anyone know if there are any more free ones?
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  2. browski

    browski Established Member

    Sep 8, 2004
  3. serfty


    Nov 16, 2004
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    Your woolies mastercard has an annual fee of $39. At less than 80¢ per day, this is just about as cheap as it gets!
  4. arun

    arun Member

    Sep 5, 2002
    People who have a homeloan package with westpac get a "free" Altitude rewards gold visa card. Other banks such as NAB and CBA also offer such cards.
    I would not ask you to get a homeloan just to get a credit card though. :lol:

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