$50 Cashback for Opening a New St.George Global Currency Card Account & Converting $1500AUD to a Supported Foreign Currency

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This offer requires you to already have an internet banking account with St. George as it requires applying through your mobile phone or your internet banking portal, and isn't available via the counter. If you are not already a customer, you'll have to register first.

  • Offer opens 1st August 9:00am AEST and closes 11:59pm AEST on 30th September 2019.

  • Offer is open to all residents of Australia aged 16 years or older.

  • Offer may be withdrawn or extended at any time and is not available in conjunction with any other offer.

  • Westpac Group employees are eligible to receive this offer.

  • To be eligible for this offer, customers need to open a new St.George Global Currency Card Account (“St.George GCC") either via Internet or Mobile Banking, load and convert $1,500 AUD or more into a supported foreign currency on the St.George GCC before 11:59pm AEST on 30th September 2019.

  • Eligible customers will receive $50 AUD cashback onto their St.George Currency Card between 6-8 weeks after the offer end date, the account needs to remain open for 8 weeks after the offer end date so that we can credit your account.

  • Offer limited to one $50 AUD cashback per eligible St.George Global Currency Card Account.

Same offer at

Bank of Melbourne
BankSA

Related Stores

St.George Bank
St.George Bank

Comments

  • +9 votes

    The $50 will be more than made back by the crappy conversion rates you are likely to receive..

  • +1 vote

    Too much effort to get $50.

  • +1 vote

    Yes, the fx sell and rebuy might cost $120, dependent on the % rate.
    This is dumb bargain of the week. No offense to OP intended.

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      Yep no point getting $50 for a 5% loss from worse exchange rates.

      It's acceptable if you were already going to get the travel card

  • +1 vote

    I just did some quick calculations on their currency convert site. You'd exactly be about $15 poorer if you go through their exchange rate. So about $1435 equivalent.

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    Doing a currency trade with one of the banks is crayAF, they give you horrendous rates.

    I won't down vote but I'd probably skip this one team!

  • +1 vote

    They gonn gitchu on the spread!

  • +1 vote

    Last time they had a $50 Cashback promo, you didn’t have to load any minimum currency amount to get the Cashback. Not that it matters, you need to be a St George customer to order one, even though it never said that in their ad or on their site.

    Last time the $50 promo was on I attempted to sign up for this at the branch in Queen Street Mall in Brisbane, as there is no way to sign up online unless you’re a customer already and have internet banking access. I never got the card, as staff tried to pressure me into opening a transaction account, with monthly fees associated, to access internet ba king and order this card.

    If anything, this deal should be marked targeted at St George customers.

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