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Whether you are looking to buy your first car, go on a holiday, buy your first home, or simply set up a sound savings base, the Bonus Saver is the place to start.

Rates & Features

Balance Interest Rate
Base Rate 0.01% p.a.
Bonus Rate 4.49% p.a.
Maximum Rate 4.50% p.a.

Product Features:

Savings Accounts
Minimum monthly deposit $50
Minimum to open $1
Overdraft No
Maximum balance Bonus rate applies to balances under $100,000
Branch access Yes
Banking App Yes
ATM/EFTPOS access No
Bank@Post No
Internet Banking Yes
E-Statements Yes
External credit transfers Yes
Direct credits Yes
Direct debits No
Future payments No

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  • 1 Eligibility criteria, terms and conditions, fees and charges apply. Bonus interest rate applies to account balances under $100,000 if those accounts have a minimum monthly deposit of $50 and no withdrawals, transfers within the calendar month. Standard interest rate applies to account balances over $100,000, and up to $100,000 if the account does not meet above criteria for bonus interest rate. Example: Member’s bonus saver account balance is $112,413.59 at the end of the month. During the month member has deposited $50 and made no withdrawals. Bonus interest is payable on $100,000 and standard interest is payable on $12,413.59. Interest is calculated daily and paid monthly. Bonus interest rate is currently 4.49% and standard interest rate is currently 0.01%. Rates are subject to change. Personal banking only. Only one bonus saver account can be opened per membership.

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