(PRWEB) February 21, 2009
Credit Card Finder (http://www.creditcardfinder.com.au) has released a table comparing reward programs, and the dollar value of their reward points.
The table gives users an insight into the real value of different reward programs, by comparing items and their reward point costs. For instance, if a $100 Myer voucher costs 15500 points on reward program 'A' and 11000 points on 'B', then 'B' would typically be the more valuable rewards program.
"While there are comparisons of rewards credit cards available on the internet, there are limited resources about the inner workings and value of reward programs" states Mike Jarocki, webmaster of Credit Card Finder.
"Australians gain an insight into reward programs on one easy table, rather than having to scour through endless terms and conditions themselves to obtain the information."
The table will be regularly updated and constantly improved based on program changes and user feedback.
Credit Card Finder is a free Australian based online service to compare credit cards. The rewards table is available at http://www.creditcardfinder.com.au/reward-program-point-currency-comparison.