Find better at finder.com

Compare and save money on your credit card and online shopping purchases

Finder.com is made by the founders of successful Australian comparison website finder.com.au. We are busy behind the scenes building finder.com to expand our comparison and help more people across the world find better deals. We are preparing to launch globally very soon so stay tuned!



At finder.com you will be able to research and compare credit card offers and online shopping coupon codes to help you save money in just a few minutes. The first comparison we have launched on finder.com is our New Zealand credit card comparison service helping New Zealanders compare and save money on their credit cards. We also have information on mortgages, travel insurance, personal loans, money transfers and more.

Stay tuned as we plan to launch many more comparisons to assist you in finding the best deals out there!


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Articles and Guides

Millions of Americans are eligible for healthcare savings under the American Rescue Plan

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March 12th, 2021

The bill opens up cheaper health insurance for low- and middle-income families as well as laid-off workers.

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COBRA coverage running out? 3 ways to lock in health insurance now

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January 17th, 2021

Even if you haven’t found another job yet.

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A Look Back: The 3 Biggest Insurance Stories of the 2010s

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December 26th, 2019

In the 2010s, significant changes in insurance impacted how Americans view and deal with it.

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Rise in Natural Disasters Accounting for Increase in Home Insurance Rates

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November 07th, 2019

Insurers scramble to pay off losses due to hurricanes, typhoons and fires in 2018.

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Amazon, JPMorgan, Berkshire Hathaway Launch Joint Employee Healthcare Venture

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November 04th, 2019

Three of the largest companies in the US seeking to reform employee health care in light of skyrocketing costs.

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