Suncorp Clear Options Gold Credit Card (Credit Card)Visa Card
The Suncorp Gold Card allows you to take control of your finances and live life to the full. Enjoy a low 1.9% p.a. for 15 months on balance transfers. Simply transfer the outstanding amount form your non-Suncorp credit and store cards to your new Gold Card.
Location: Australia
1. To save on interest by consolidating your debts to one easy to manage account with a low promotional balance transfer rate of 1.9% p.a. for 15 months
2. Generous credit limits subject to credit criteria
3. Complimentary Suncorp Rewards program with points that never expire
4. The option of earning Qantas Frequent Flyer points
5. The escape to a well deserved break with complimentary International Travel Insurance for you and your immediate family
6. Complimentary Purchase Cover Insurance for lost, stolen or damaged good
7. Security protection with FRAUDSHIELD
1. You must earn taxable income of $35,000 per year or more
2. Annual Fee $99
3. Additional Card Annual Fee $15
Special offers through Visa Entertainment, which brings the best entertainment experiences from concerts and cinema to sporting events and travel offers.

APR: 19.75% p.a.
Credit Limit: Up to $25,000
Credit Rebuild: No
Chip and Pin: Yes
Under 18: No
SMS Banking: Yes

Fees: $99
Cash Back: N/A
Cash Advances: 19.75% p.a.
Balance Transfer: 1.9% p.a. (15 months) 19.75% p.a.
New Purchase: 19.75% p.a.

Rewards: Earn 1 Reward point for every $1 spent and points don't expire while the card remains open.

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