Naturally, the card allows the earning of points in Myer's loyalty programme, but of greater note than that is the compatibility with two major smartphone wallet systems, but no Samsung Pay as yet.
Myer chief executive and managing director Richard Umbers said: "We are excited to be bringing Android Pay and Apple Pay to the new Myer Credit Card. The card will provide our customers with an easier way to pay and reward them for their loyalty.
“We are delighted with our partnership with Macquarie and Visa which will further accelerate the growth of Myer’s digital capability.”
Macquarie Bank's head of Banking and Financial Services Greg Ward said: "For many years we have offered credit card products directly and through white label arrangements, and this is the latest step in supporting innovative digital banking solutions for Australians.
"We look forward to working with Myer to provide customers with a leading digital credit card experience that empowers them in managing their finances.”