St.George Amplify Credit Card (Reward Credit Card)Visa Card
The St.George Amplify Credit Card allows you to choose exactly how you want to spend the points you earn on one of their rewards credit cards. Either link your card to Amplify Rewards or Amplify Quantas. In addition to this you receive up to 55 days interest free on purchases and a 0.99% balance transfer rate up to 6 months... So start spending and the rewards will roll in! Please make sure that you read all of their terms and conditions in detail before you apply so that you thoroughly understand your obligations.
Location: Australia
1. Earn points while you shop with your Amplify card
2. Choose to link your card to either Amplify Rewards or Amplify Qantas
3. 0.99% balance transfer rate for up to 6 months.
4. Up to 55 days Interest Free on Purchases.
1. Annual Fee is $79
2. The earning of Amplify points through the use of an Amplify Card is subject to the Amplify Rewards Terms and Conditions.
3. The earning of Qantas Frequent Flyer points through the use of an Amplify Card is subject to the Amplify Qantas Terms and Conditions
Use the linking service whereby you can link your card to your St.George account or apply for an additional card for a family member.

APR: 19.49% p.a
Credit Limit: Starting from $1,000
Credit Rebuild: No
Chip and Pin: No
Under 18: No
SMS Banking: No

Fees: $79
Cash Back: N/A
Cash Advances: 20.74% p.a
Balance Transfer: 0.99% p.a. for 6 months
New Purchase: 19.49% p.a

Rewards: Choice of Rewards - Link your card to either Amplify Rewards or Amplify Qantas
St.George Amplify Credit Card (Which Way To Pay Australia - 25/7/2013)
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