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My credit card fee is too high…My rewards points are worthless…I don’t understand the terms and conditions…I’ve spent thousands of dollars but I can’t even redeem a $10 gift card!

 

These are just some of the common frustrations people have with their current credit card. If that sounds like you, you might like to think about switching to a new card.

 

With all these different providers, card and offers in the market, how do we know which one has the most satisfied customers? Well, that’s where the J.D. Power 2017 Australia Credit Card Satisfaction Study comes in. The study has revealed that Bendigo Bank ranks highest in credit card satisfaction with an overall score of 762 out of 1,0001. American Express ranked second with a score of 760, while Coles ranks third with a score of 754.

 

Here are a few rewards credit cards from American Express below:

 

The American Express Velocity Escape Card

The American Express Velocity Escape Card has no annual fee and you can earn 1 Velocity Point per $1 spent, except at government bodies in Australia where you will earn 0.5 Velocity Points per $1 spent. Other terms and conditions apply.

 

The Platinum Edge Credit Card

With the American Express Platinum Edge Credit Card, you receive a $200 Travel Credit each year. You will also earn 3 Membership Reward points per dollar spent at major supermarkets, 2 Membership Rewards points per dollar spent at major petrol stations, 1 Membership Rewards point per dollar spent at other purchases excluding utilities, insurance, telecommunication providers and government bodies in Australia where you earn 0.5 Membership Rewards points per dollar spent. Other terms and conditions apply.

 

The American Express Explorer Credit Card

With the American Express Explorer Credit Card, receive 50,000 Membership Rewards Points when you apply online, are approved and spend $3,000 on your card within the first 3 months of card membership. You will also earn 2 Membership Rewards points per dollar spent on purchases except for government bodies in Australia where you will earn 0.5 points per dollar spent. Other terms and conditions apply.

 

 

Interested in seeing more reward card offers? Head over to the Credit Savvy comparison site to start comparing today!

 

Credit card offers are current as at 23 April 2018.

 

1 http://www.jdpower.com/press-releases/jd-power-2017-australia-credit-card-study