ANZ vs Westpac

Credit Cards | Home Loans Savings Accounts | Personal Loans  | Home Insurance Life Insurance | Car Insurance | Travel Insurance 

ANZ and Westpac are two of the Big Four banks in Australia. Banking with these two institutions can offer you a large range of financial services. So should you choose ANZ or Westpac?

Below we compare some of the services available from ANZ and NAB: Credit Cards, Home Loans, Savings Accounts, Superannuation, Personal Loans, Car Loans, Home & Contents Insurance, Life Insurance, Car Insurance, and Travel Insurance.

Services offered by ANZ and Westpac

ANZ Westpac
  • Credit cards
  • Home loans
  • Personal loans
  • Bank accounts (savings account, transaction account)
  • Investment products
  • Superannuation
  • Home & contents insurance
  • Life insurance
  • Landlord insurance
  • Car insurance
  • Travel insurance
  • Loan & credit repayment insurance

ANZ vs Westpac Credit Cards

ANZ and Westpac both offer a large range of credit cards including Low Rate Cards, Low Fee Cards, Rewards Cards, and Premium Cards.

If you are considering an ANZ or Westpac credit card, you can compare what’s available in our comparison table below. This table is based on a monthly spend of $1,000 and is sorted by the interest rate charged on purchase (lowest to highest), with links direct to the providers website.

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ANZ vs Westpac Home Loans

ANZ and Westpac both offer a large range of home loans, including fixed rate and variable rate loans. If you are considering an ANZ or Westpac home loan, you can compare what’s available in our comparison table below.

This table is based on a purchase price of $600,000 for a property located in NSW, for owner occupier borrowers looking for their next home, with a 25-year loan term. Please note that this table is formulated based on Principal & Interest repayments, and is sorted by comparison rate (lowest to highest).*

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ANZ vs Westpac Personal Loans

ANZ and Westpac both offer a large range of personal loans, including unsecured loans and secured loans (security may be car or vehicle, term deposit amount, or other).

If you are considering an ANZ or Westpac personal loan, you can compare what’s available in our comparison table below. This table is based on a loan amount of $20,000 for a 3-year loan term for borrowers located in NSW, sorted by comparison rate (lowest to highest).

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ANZ vs Westpac Savings Accounts

ANZ and Westpac both offer a large range of savings accounts including bonus savings accounts, online savings accounts, junior savings account, seniors’ savings account, and SMSF savings accounts.

If you are considering an ANZ or Westpac savings account, you can compare what’s available in our comparison table below. This table is based on Canstar’s ‘regular saver’ profile with $1,000 of current savings, located in NSW, and is sorted by total interest rate (highest to lowest).

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ANZ vs Westpac Home Insurance

ANZ and Westpac both offer a range of home insurance options, with cover for Building Only, Contents Only, or packaged Home & Contents insurance. If you are considering ANZ or Westpac home insurance, you can compare what’s available in our comparison table below.

This table is based on home and contents insurance for under $550,000 of cover for building and contents, for people located in NSW or ACT and aged less than 50 years old. The table is sorted by star rating (highest to lowest).

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ANZ vs Westpac Car Insurance

ANZ and Westpac both offer Third Party Property, Third Party Property Fire and Theft, and Comprehensive car insurance policies, with sum insured options including cover up to the agreed value or market value.

If you are considering ANZ or Westpac car insurance, you can compare what’s available in our comparison table below. This table is based on insurance cover for male drivers aged 30-39 years old who live in NSW, with no extra driver under 25 years old on the policy. The table is sorted by star rating (highest to lowest).

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ANZ vs Westpac Travel Insurance

ANZ and Westpac both offer travel insurance for Australians visiting many different destinations. If you are considering ANZ or Westpac travel insurance, you can compare what’s available in our comparison table below.

This table is based on insurance for a couple aged less than 70 years old, who are travelling to the USA on a 10-day trip. The table is sorted by star rating (highest to lowest).

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Written by: Regina Collins | Last updated: May 9, 2017