Advantage Saver Account

Features and benefits

  • Low monthly account service fee
  • 8 electronic and 4 branch staff-assisted free withdrawals per month1
  • Online Banking, ATMs and EFTPOS
  • Card access to your account using a Westpac Visa Debit Card2.


Fee Amount 
Monthly account service fee $2.50
Branch staff-assisted deposits Free
Branch staff-assisted withdrawals (after free monthly allowance) $2.00 per transaction
Online Banking3, Westpac ATMs and EFTPOS $0.50

Opening an account

New customers:

You'll need to complete our 100 point identity check. The main forms of identification are:

  • Birth certificate or passport
  • Another form of photo identification - driver's licence or local superannuation card.

Other forms of identification may also be acceptable. Visit your local branch or call (685) 20000 for more information.

Existing customers:

You may have already provided necessary identification. Visit your local branch to get started.

Need help?

Simply speak to a Banking Representative by calling (685) 20000.

Things you should know:

PDF Amendments to Deposit Terms and Customer Banking Agreement (PDF 33kb) - effective 1 May 2015

PDF Deposits Terms and Conditions (PDF 162kb)

PDF Customer Banking Agreement (PDF 49kb)

PDF Samoa Personal Deposit Accounts Fees and Charges Booklet (PDF 525kb)

Fees and charges may be payable. Terms and Conditions apply. These may be varied, or new Terms and Conditions introduced in the future. Daily transactional limits apply.

1. Based on when we process the withdrawal to your account which may be on a date after the day on which you make the withdrawal.

2. If you're not eligible for a Visa Debit Card, you will be offered a Handycard to access your account. To be eligible for a Visa Debit Card you must be 18 years or over and have an eligible Westpac account linked to your card.

3. Includes transfers between Westpac accounts and Bill Pay transactions.

Online Banking


Contact us

Call (685) 66100

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