With a TSB Visa Classic Credit card, you can make purchases online, both in NZ and worldwide.1
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At a glance
Interest free credit
Get up to 55 days interest-free
credit on purchases.
Spend less time at the
checkout with Visa payWave.
0% interest for six months on balances
transferred from other credit cards.
Use in-store, online & worldwide
Use your card to spend in-store,
online and all over the world1
Interest rate & low fees
18.50% interest rate on
purchases and cash advances.
Low account fee $15 per six months.
A balance transfer enables you to consolidate outstanding balances on other bank credit cards and store cards to one easy to manage card. The interest rate is only 0% on the transferred balance for the first six months. When the 0% p.a. special offer ends in six months, the standard rate of 18.50% applies.
- Take control - transfer multiple balances into one easy to manage balance
- Reduce your interest rate - Consolidate debt at a rate of 0% for six months
HOW TO USE
Need to make a quick payment? Anything under $200 won’t require a PIN when you use Visa payWave - just wave and go. If you do spend over $200 you may be prompted to enter your PIN by the merchant2.
How it works
PUTTING CUSTOMERS FIRST
Braille on our cards
Putting customers first is at the heart of our philosophy, so we’re always looking for ways that we can
improve our services. All our Visa Classic Credit Cards have ‘TSB C’ printed in braille on them. This is to help our vision
impaired customers identify which card they’re using, as well as identify the orientation of their card.
ONLINE & MOBILE BANKING
Get set up with online and mobile banking so you can take control of your money. Make payments, keep track of spending and check balances all from a mobile, tablet or desktop.
Dispute a transaction
If you find a transaction on your TSB Visa Credit card statement or TSB Visa Debit account that you don’t believe you made, you can dispute it - you have up to 60 days from the transaction date to submit your dispute.
OTHER OPTIONS TO
When borrowing money, there are a few alternatives to consider. The best solution will depend on your
personal finances, what you’re wanting to buy, and how you’re planning to pay the money back3.