ANZ First Visa Credit Card


ANZ First Visa Credit Card is for people who want to enjoy the freedom to make everyday purchases, pay bills or deal with that unexpected expense, without paying for any extras that they do not require.

The ANZ Bank is the third largest bank in Australia however ANZ also extends its financial operations across 25 nations around the globe. It is one of the largest banks in the south Pacific and across Asia. Recently ANZ had a logo change to resemble a lotus flower which appeals to many Asian countries as a symbol for awakening the spiritual reality of life.

The prime reason for the change was to continue the bank’s expansion across various regions. With such a trusted reputation around the world it is no wonder the ANZ credit card has become quite popular and for good reason. As well as offering the Visa card with a $0 annual fee for the first 12 months, the bank also offers an introductory rate of 7.99% on balance transfers for the first 12 months.

Other ANZ First Visa benefits are listed below:

  • Enjoy Visa acceptance at over 24 million locations around the globe.
  • 44 interest free days on purchases.
  • The added protection of ANZ’s Falcon™ security program which monitors suspicious transactions day and night.
  • An inclusion to the Visa Entertainment rewards program.

After the first 12 months the annual credit card fee becomes $30 and you continue to have access to the Visa Entertainment rewards program offered by ANZ.

Australian’s are not required to be ANZ customers prior to applying for the first Visa card and if an application is successful there is a minimum credit limit of $1000.

Terms and conditions apply, refer to issuers site for full Terms and Conditions.

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