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Breeze MasterCard® - 10% cashback

 Offered by Bankwest!

Happiness is a low rate

Looking for a credit card with a low rate and loads of great benefits? You've found it. The new Bankwest Breeze is now offering you 10% cashback on your festive spend at all department stores, grocery stores and on eating out for 3 months. That's right, 10% cashback... no catches, just happy shopping!!
Breeze also offers you the lowest ongoing purchase rate of any MasterCard in Australia – just 10.99% p.a.
It can even help you consolidate outstanding balances on your non-Bankwest credit cards. Transfer them over to your new Bankwest Breeze MasterCard and you'll pay only 5.99%  p.a. for the first 12 months.

Why Breeze MasterCard is a winner:

  • 10% cashback on your everyday spend at department stores, grocery stores and on eating out for 3 months.#
  • Australia's lowest MasterCard purchase rate of 10.99% p.a.
  • up to 55 days interest free on purchases
  • we won’t charge the Annual Fee in the 2nd & subsequent years where the annual spend is $10,000 or more for Classic cards, $15,000 or more for Gold cards or $20,000 or more for Platinum cards*
  • 5.99%  p.a. for the first 12 months on non-Bankwest credit card balance transfers
  • if you find goods you buy with your card cheaper within 21 days, claim the difference^
  • up to 12 months extra warranty on top of the manufacturer's warranty^
  • three months free protection against loss, theft or accidental damage of any goods you buy with your card^
  • up to three additional cardholders at no additional fee

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