WESTPAC 55 DAY CLASSIC
Westpac 55 Day Classic (Credit Card)Visa Card
        
Westpac’s straightforward 55 Day Visa Credit card currently comes with no ongoing annual fee and a low balance transfer rate.$0 annual fee in the first year and in the subsequent years when you spend 5K or more on purchases than in the previous year.
Location: Australia
Advantages:
1. 0%p.a for 6 months on purchases then a variable purchase rate of 19.84%p.a. The variable cash rate is 21.29%p.a.
2. Up to 55 days interest-free on purchases when you pay the full closing balance, including any balance transfer or promotional amount, by the statement due date
3. $0 annual fee ongoing
4. $0 annual fee for the first year and 0% p.a. on Balance Transfer for 6 months
5. Optional Credit Card Repayment Protection, in case you lose your job or can’t work due to illness or injury
6. $1,000 minimum credit limit.
Disadvantages:
 Switches, upgrades, customers accessing employee benefits or packaged cards (unless the package conditions state otherwise) are ineligible for this offer. 

Services:
Optional Credit Card Repayment Protection, in case you lose your job or can’t work due to illness or injury

APR: 19.84%
Credit Limit: From $1000
Credit Rebuild: No
Chip and Pin: Yes
Under 18: No
SMS Banking: No

Fees: $0
Cash Back: N/A
Cash Advances: 21.29% p.a
Balance Transfer: $0 annual fee for the first year and 0% p.a. on Balance Transfer for 6 months
New Purchase: 19.84% p.a

Rewards: None
        
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Westpac 55 Day Classic (Which Way To Pay Australia - 21/2/2014)
Westpac 55 Day Classic is ranked 5 out of 5. Based on 1 review.

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