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We test over 40 prams and strollers in the CHOICE labs, including models from BabyJogger, Bugaboo, Phil n Teds, Mountain Buggy, Steelcraft and more.
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How can I find the best credit card in the market for me? Is it better to go for a balance transfer deal, a low rate card or a rewards card?
Unless you are able to pay your full balance every month, your best option is to ditch the credit card all together. Credit cards offer high-cost credit – costs often hidden behind poor-value rewards schemes, balance transfer deals which revert to above-average interest rates, and confusing special features – so the big banks can keep you paying high interest rates for longer.
We're sick of the tricks, so we've written to a Senate Committee Inquiry calling for further consumer protections to make it easier to compare, switch and cancel cards. You can join our campaign calling for better credit by signing our petition.
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