Credit Cards
From low rates to rewards points, our credit cards offer great features to suit your needs.
Low rate or rewards points
Choose the card that’s right for you.
CUA Low Rate Credit Card
Find some financial breathing space
  • $0 annual fee in first year ($49 thereafter)4
  • 0% p.a. balance transfer for 20 months2
  • Minimum credit limit $500
Purchase rate
CUA Brisbane Heat Supporters’ Low Rate Credit Card

Enjoy a great low rate and $0 annual fee for the life of the card.

CUA Platinum Credit Card
Rewards the way you like them
  • $0 annual fee in first year ($149 thereafter)4
  • 0% p.a. balance transfer for 20 months2
  • Earn Rewards Points on eligible spend5
  • Minimum credit limit $5,000
Purchase rate
CUA Brisbane Heat Supporters’ Platinum Credit Card

Earn a bonus 25,000 Reward Points* and enjoy no annual fee for the first year.4

Make your everyday easier with tap and pay functionality

No wallet? No worries. You can use your smartphone to tap and pay securely at the checkout.

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Manage your card using our secure mobile & online banking

Use our smartphone app or login to online banking to check spend, balances and make payments to your credit card.

Tips to managing your finances

Here are some ways you can manage your credit cards.

Tips to reduce your credit card debt

If you're like many Aussies who have spent up big on your credit card, you may be looking for a bit of financial breathing space. So here are some handy tips to help you get on top of your credit card debt.

How to shop without cash or touching the EFTPOS machine

We’re all adjusting to life in the ‘new normal’ of isolation and social distancing. And while regular hand sanitising and limiting contact with others are some of the ways to minimise the risk of contracting COVID-19, we still have to leave home to shop for life’s necessities. So how can we do it without putting our health at risk?

3 End of financial year money-saving tips

With 30 June just a few weeks away, it’s a great time to end the financial year with some big savings.

Australians in the dark on credit card interest rates

Only one in three Australians feel like they are getting ahead financially, with Generation X feeling the most financial pressure.