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Each of our low rate credit cards brings you:

Our lowest interest rates

With our lowest ongoing interest rates for purchases with a credit card, you’re more likely to pay less on interest charges in those months you don’t repay the full amount. 

No card? No problem

On top of Apple Pay, Samsung Pay and Google Pay, you can activate and use our Instant Digital Card from the moment your account is opened. No need to wait for a physical card.

Shopping discounts

You don’t need a rewards card to get rewarded. Westpac Extras includes personalised cashback offers sent directly to your email. Simply use your card as normal and we’ll automatically credit your account.

At a glance

Westpac Low Rate credit card

Westpac Low Rate card

A low ongoing purchase rate and low annual card fee.

$59

Annual card fee
 

13.74% p.a. Variable purchase rate
$500 Minimum credit limit
Up to 55 days Interest-free on purchases2
Special offer

0% p.a. for 28 months on balance transfers requested at card application**. 1% balance transfer fee applies. After 28 months the rate reverts to the variable cash advance rate. Plus, a first year fee waiver (saving you $59)^^

New cards only. T&Cs apply.

Westpac Lite credit card

Westpac Lite card

Our lowest credit card purchase rate, plus no fees on foreign transactions.

$9 Monthly card fee ($108 annually)
9.90% p.a. Variable purchase rate
$500 Minimum credit limit
Up to 45 days Interest-free on purchases2
Selected benefits

Zero foreign transaction fees – including for online shopping.

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Frequently asked questions
 

When you compare low interest rate credit cards, think about how you’d use it to decide what’s important to you.  Some key factors to consider include purchase rate, cash rate (for drawing cash directly), annual card fee, and the number of interest-free days. Also you may want to consider special offers as well as tools (such as Westpac’s SmartPlan1) that could help with money management.

Things you should know

Credit criteria, fees and charges apply. Switches, upgrades or Westpac group staff are ineligible.

This promotion may be varied or withdrawn at any time and is not available in conjunction with any other promotion.

Be credit savvy: Before applying, consider a realistic credit limit and check all conditions, interest rates, fees and charges on your selected card.

**Low Rate Balance transfer promotion: This offer is available when you apply for a new Low Rate credit card between 31st March 2021 and 7th September 2021, and request at card application to transfer balance(s) from up to 3 non-Westpac Australian issued credit, charge or store cards. A balance transfer fee of 1% will apply to balance(s) transferred to a new Low Rate credit card. The balance transfer fee will be charged to the card account on the same day the balance(s) are debited to the account. The promotional rate will apply to balance(s) transferred (min $200 up to 80% of your approved available credit limit) for the promotional period. Activating your card triggers the processing of the balance transfer. The applicable variable cash advance rate will apply to any unpaid balance transfer amount remaining at the end of the promotional period unless the amount is paid off earlier. Westpac will not be responsible for any delays that may occur in processing payment to your other card account(s) and will not close the account(s). If your account has an interest free period for purchases, to be entitled to that interest free period, you need to pay off the 'Monthly Payment Balance' listed on your statement of account (not the full closing balance) by the relevant payment due date. These promotional offers are not available if you apply under the Westpac Premier Advantage Package.

^^ Low Rate First-Year Annual Card Fee Waiver: is available when you apply and are approved for a new Low Rate credit card between 31st March 2021 and 7th September 2021. After the first year, the $59 annual card fee will be debited to your account annually on the 12-month anniversary of the first transaction on your card account. 

2. Interest free period is available on purchases when you pay the Closing Balance (or the Monthly Payment Balance with a balance transfer) in full by the payment due date.

1 SmartPlan: SmartPlan is currently available for all Westpac consumer credit cards. Fees may apply. You need to register for Online Banking before you can set up a SmartPlan. Read the Online Banking terms and conditions (PDF 310KB) available at westpac.com.au. The establishment fee is charged upfront but is payable in monthly instalments over the term of your Large Purchase SmartPlan. This means that if you cancel your SmartPlan (or don’t make the required SmartPlan repayments) you must still pay the whole establishment fee, including any interest on the establishment fee. SmartPlan requires cardholders to make regular monthly payments for the full term and at the interest rate that applies when the SmartPlan is created. All payments made to your credit card account will be applied first to any SmartPlan instalments. Therefore, debts accruing a higher interest rate may be left unpaid during the SmartPlan term. Any balance transfer amounts on a SmartPlan must have a remaining term of between 3 and 36 months to be eligible for a SmartPlan. See Credit Card Terms and Conditions (PDF 240KB) for more details. SmartPlan cancellation takes up to 2 business days. When a SmartPlan ends, any remaining balance will revert to the variable annual interest rate for your balance type or special offer rate as applicable. Cardholders keep interest-free days (if applicable) after a balance transfer when you pay your monthly payment (being your SmartPlan repayments plus the minimum monthly repayment on your credit card account) SmartPlan repayment.

Autopay: A fixed dollar or percentage of your monthly credit card statement “closing balance” will be paid. If the “closing balance” is less than your nominated amount, only the “closing balance” will be paid. If your nominated amount falls below the “minimum payment due”, Westpac will debit the “minimum payment due”.

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