Information in this article refers to personal credit cards, is general in nature only and does not take into account your personal objectives, financial situation or needs.
By providing this information ANZ does not intend to provide any financial advice or other advice or recommendations. You should seek independent financial, legal, tax and other relevant advice having regard to your particular circumstances.
The information is current as at June 2019 and may be subject to change. ANZ recommends you review your personal credit card contract for information about the terms that apply to you.
ANZ interest rates and fees and terms and conditions are subject to change. Refer to the current credit card interest rates, fees and terms for further information and current interest rates, fees and terms.
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At ANZ, if a consumer credit card account has interest-free periods on purchases, the account holder can avoid paying interest on the purchases balance by always paying the full Closing Balance shown on each statement of account by the applicable due date. If the account holder doesn’t pay the full Closing Balance shown on a statement of account by the applicable due date, they will generally be charged interest on their purchases balance from the day after the Due Date shown on that statement. Not all transactions (e.g., cash advances) get the benefit of interest-free days. Refer to the applicable credit contract for details.Back to top
Note other fees may apply to overdue or overlimit amounts.Back to top
The information provided in the Minimum Repayment Warning is provided as a guide only. It provides an estimate of how long it will take an account holder to pay off a credit card closing balance for a particular month if the account holder only pays the Minimum Monthly Payment each month. It shows how much interest the account holder could end up paying assuming the account holder makes no new transactions and fees and interest rates do not change.Back to top
Assuming the account holder had the benefit of interest-free periods applied to their account at the start of the statement cycle.Back to top