THE HERITAGE CLASSIC REWARDS
The Heritage Classic Rewards (Reward Credit Card)Visa Card
        
Heritage Classic Rewards comes with a competitive interest rate, but also allows you to earn credits. It also comes with a special 13 months introductory rate of 8.95%. Apply for your card online now, personalize it with your own photo and start enjoying its many advantages, like a wide range of payment options and Visa’s small ticket transaction service for faster payments for items under $35. For the first year you even don’t have to pay a fee.
Location: Australia
Advantages:
1.Up to 25 days interest free 
2.Can be linked to transaction accounts so you only need one card 
3.Wide range of payment options 
4.No annual fee in the first 12 months
5.Access to Visa Entertainment
Disadvantages:
Heritage Credits on Visa purchases only,excludes cash advances and credit charges
Services:
Online application 
Create your own card

APR: 16.75%, variable (8.95% 13 months introductory rate)
Credit Limit: From $1,000 to $10,000
Credit Rebuild: No
Chip and Pin: No
Under 18: No
SMS Banking: No

Fees: $48.00 per annum after first year
Cash Back: ask on application
Cash Advances: ask on application
Balance Transfer: ask on application
New Purchase: ask on application

Rewards: Heritage Credits
        
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