HSBC CREDIT CARD
HSBC Credit Card (Credit Card)Visa Card
        
The HSBC Card has no annual fee for the life of the card and gives you access to offers and discounts in Australia and overseas. You receive 5.99% on balance transfers for the first six months and you get a low interest rate of just 17.99% p.a. on purchases.
Location: Australia
Advantages:
1. 0% p.a. balance transfer for 8 months1 from non-HSBC credit and store cards (a 2% handling fee will apply)
2. No annual fee2 for the life of the card
3. Interest free purchases of up to 5 years at over 1,000 participating retailers4 across Australia.Free additional cardholders
4. Up to 55 days interest-free3 on purchases (when you pay the full balance by the due date each month).
5. Special privileges at over 19,000 retailers in more than 160 countries and territories with the Home & Away Privilege Program
Disadvantages:
1. You must have a good credit rating to apply.
2. Minimum Income Requirement $20,000 p.a.
3. 0% BT offer until 30th June 2012.
Services:
Access to offers, discounts and benefits worldwide with HSBC's home&Away Privilege Program

APR: 17.99% p.a
Credit Limit: Minimum $1,000
Credit Rebuild: No
Chip and Pin: Yes
Under 18: No
SMS Banking: No

Fees: $0 p.a
Cash Back: N/A
Cash Advances: 21.99% p.a.
Balance Transfer: 0% p.a. (8 months) 20.75% p.a.
New Purchase: 17.99% p.a

Rewards: Access to offers, discounts and benefits worldwide with HSBC's home&Away Privilege Program
        

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