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DEBIT CARDS

Mozo has the low-down on the best debit card deals. Mastercard or Visa Debit, we've got the whole market covered so you can find the best deal for your needs.

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Debit card comparisons on Mozo

    • Bankwest Qantas Transaction Account
      • Earn 5 Qantas Points per eligible purchase
      • Qantas Points earned on your account balance
      • No account fees if you deposit $2,000 each month
    • account fee
    • atm networks

      Bankwest, Commonwealth

    • what kind of card

      MasterCard Debit

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    • NAB Classic Banking Account
      • No monthly account fees
      • Access to Visa payWave
      • Debit card gives you unlimited access to internet and telephone banking
    • account fee
    • atm networks

      NAB, rediATM

    • what kind of card

      Visa Debit or
      EFTPOS

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    • ANZ Access Advantage
      • $0 monthly account service fee if you deposit at least $2,000 a month, or if you meet other eligibility criteria
      • Use your own money online, over the phone and overseas with Visa Debit access
      • 24/7 worldwide protection with ANZ Falcon fraud monitoring
    • account fee
    • atm networks

      ANZ

    • what kind of card

      Visa Debit or
      EFTPOS

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    • Westpac Choice
      • $0 monthly fees if you deposit at least $2,000 each month
      • No withdrawal fee when you withdraw money from any ATM within Westpac Group
      • Unlimited electronic access with online and telephone banking
    • account fee
    • atm networks

      Westpac, St George, BankSA, Bank of Melbourne

    • what kind of card

      MasterCard Debit or
      EFTPOS

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    • ING DIRECT Orange Everyday
      • Recieve a $75 bonus payment when you open a new Orange Everyday account, conditions apply
      • No ATM fees when you deposit $1,000 or more per month
      • 2% cash back on Visa payWave purchases under $100 when you deposit $1,000 per month
    • account fee
    • atm networks

      None

    • what kind of card

      Visa Debit

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    • BankSA Complete Freedom Account
      • $5 monthly service fee
      • 15 free deposits or withdrawals each month
      • 15 free cheque deposits or merchant envelopes each month
    • account fee
    • atm networks

      BankSA, Westpac, St George, Bank of Melbourne

    • what kind of card

      Visa Debit or
      EFTPOS

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    • St.George Express Freedom Account
      • Deposit $1,000 per month and have the $3 flat monthly account fee waived
      • Visa Debit card access
      • Pay-as-you-go branch and cheque services
    • account fee
    • atm networks

      St George, Westpac, BankSA, Bank of Melbourne

    • what kind of card

      Visa Debit or
      EFTPOS

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    • Bank of Melbourne Complete Freedom Account
      • Deposit $2K per month and have the monthly fee waived
      • Optional Visa Debit card
      • Free SMS alerts to track account balances and transactions
    • account fee
    • atm networks

      Bank of Melbourne, St George, Westpac, BankSA

    • what kind of card

      Visa Debit or
      EFTPOS

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  • Debit card reviews

      • Commonwealth Bank

        Commonwealth Bank debit card review

        Overpriced, under served

        1. Overall customer rating
        2. (Reviewed about 23 hours ago)

        Very hard to deal with, over priced and under served.  Full review 

        Very hard to deal with, over priced and under served.


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        Commonwealth Bank debit card review by Anna

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      • NAB

        NAB debit card review

        Not happy

        1. Overall customer rating
        2. (Reviewed about 23 hours ago)

        I feel NAB is just about the dollar, they have offered no assistance what so ever and I deposited money into an account that I found out was a fraud and they still never returned my $1000.00 dollars and every time I turn around they are constantly...  Full review 

        I feel NAB is just about the dollar, they have offered no assistance what so ever and I deposited money into an account that I found out was a fraud and they still never returned my $1000.00 dollars and every time I turn around they are constantly taking money.


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        NAB debit card review by Sharon from New South Wales

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      • NAB

        NAB debit card review

        No fees and great customer service

        1. Overall customer rating
        2. (Reviewed about 23 hours ago)

        I love this bank (NAB). Mainly because of the no fees, different card options and colours and the excellent customer service I get every time I visit a branch or call.  Full review 

        I love this bank (NAB). Mainly because of the no fees, different card options and colours and the excellent customer service I get every time I visit a branch or call.


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        NAB Classic Banking Account debit card review by Stacey from Queensland

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    • The best debit cards in Australia

      If you're looking for an alternative to credit cards, consider getting a debit card. These cards provide all the convenience of a credit card but none of the debt. Unlike credit cards where you 'borrow' money from the bank at a set interest rate, debit cards allow you to use your own money, so that you can use what you have in your bank account. They also have the advantage of giving you access to your own money when you travel overseas.

      Debit cards are available from major Australian banks, regional banks and credit unions. On Mozo you can also compare debit card reviews from real customers, to see which card providers Australians are rating as the best.

    • Types of Debit Cards

      There are two types of debit cards on the market in Australia; Visa or Mastercard. Both the Visa Debit and Mastercard Debit have the same benefits and features, the real differences between them lie on a provider level (i.e. the banks). Choosing a card, comes down to what your bank provides and what special deals are attached to the different card.

    • Credit vs Debit

      When comparing debit cards against credit cards, it comes down to a personal choice on whether you want to accumulate debt or want to spend what money you have in your account. These cards allow you to do everything a credit card would without the associated risk of falling into debt. There is also no credit rating risk associated with a debit card. However credit cards do have a benefit in accessing funds that aren't in your account and some allow you to receive reward points at numerous locations.

    • Helpful calculators

      Debit cards are a great way of making sure you only spend money you have. If you need some extra help with working out how much you spend and how much you should have left over each month, try our handy online budget calculator.

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  • Debit card guides

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  • Community

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