Westpac Credit Cards

Pauline Hatch     

Westpac is one of the big four banks here in Australia, making it instantly recognisable. This is Australia’s first bank and also its oldest company, with a long history that has allowed it to expand and grow to offer an extensive range of financial products and services to its 13 million customers.

Within its consumer banking division, Westpac offers a diverse selection of credit cards for personal and business use. These range from no-frills options perfect for cardholders who want to keep it simple, to premium cards for those who want that little bit more.
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Westpac Low Rate Credit Card

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Westpac Low Rate Credit Card – Cashback Offer

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Westpac BusinessChoice Everyday Mastercard

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Westpac Lite Mastercard®

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Westpac Low Fee Credit Card

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Discontinued: Westpac Low Fee Platinum Credit Card

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Westpac - for over 200 years

As one of Australia's biggest and best-known banks, Westpac is committed to gaining enduring customer relationships, and strives to give customers products and services that go above and beyond.

About Westpac Credit Cards

If you want to save on your next credit card, take a look at the Westpac Low Rate card, offering an excellent low ongoing purchase rate. The Westpac Low Fee card is also a great money-saver, especially with its introductory offers.

If you want rewards, Westpac has got them with their own rewards program Altitude Rewards, or you can choose to earn Qantas Points.

Westpac started out in 1817 as the Bank of New South Wales. Over the years, the bank took the lows - such as the 1929 stock market crash – with the highs, one of which was the 2000 Sydney Olympics, where Westpac was principle sponsor. In 1982, the bank became Westpac, and from there, continued to grow. Today, Westpac offers an expansive range of products, both under the Westpac brand, and through its subsidiary brands, St.George, Bank of Melbourne, BankSA and RAMS.

Alongside its banking services, Westpac also works to support communities through its family of philanthropic foundations, which include the Westpac Foundation, the Westpac Bicentennial Foundation, the St.George Foundation, the Bank of Melbourne Neighbourhood Fund and the BankSA Foundation. If you’d like to be part of what Westpac has to offer, check out the bank’s range of cards above to find low rate and low fee options, rewards cards earning points on a variety of programs, and premium cards that offer more to the discerning cardholder.

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Geoff Boulter

Geoff Boulter

30 June 2023
Does my credt card provide travel insurance on flights I have booked using the card
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    Pauline

    3 July 2023
    HI Geoff, it actually depends on what credit card you have. If you know what Westpac credit card you have, you can read our review to find out if there’s complimentary travel insurance. If you’re in doubt, I recommend contacting Westpac directly at 132 032 to check what features and benefits are included with your specific card.
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