MBNA Canada is quickly killing the Alaska Airlines credit card in Canada, and this may be your last opportunity to apply.
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This is your final chance to get the American Express Platinum card and quickly use two $200 travel credits.
Barclays, a US credit card issuer, is currently offering their Wyndham Rewards Visa with a 45,000 point offer after spending $2,000 in the first 90 days of card ownership. This card has a $75 annual fee, which is well worth it for the sign-up bonus.
There are some amazing credit card offers out there, namely for their sign-up bonus. Every Canadian should have these cards in their wallet (or least somewhere in the house).
The Scotiabank American Express Gold first year free offer is back! You'll get 20,000 points after spending $750 in three months, which can be converted directly into $200 worth of cash.
Merrill Lynch, Bank of America’s wealth management division, is currently offering their fee-free Visa Signature with a 50,000 sign-up bonus after spending $3000 in three months [this is not a referral link]. This is the first time I’ve heard of this credit card being publicly accessible. Their points system is redeemable on any flight, at the rate of 25,000 points for $500. Strangely, the redemption must be on a round-trip flight departing from the United States (boo!). Further, you can only redeem your points at the above rate if your operating carrier is American, Delta, United, or British Airways; any other airline requires a 30,000 point redemption for the same value. Finally, if you spend $50,000 in a year, you’ll receive a $200 travel credit or a Delta Skyclub membership (I think you can guess which has more value).