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$100 GC when approved for PC MasterCard

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Hands down one of the best MasterCards to get. All 3 have no fees.

Gift card is for Cineplex, iTunes, Starbucks, or Ultimate Dining Card (Swiss Chalet, Montana's, Kelsey's, Harvey's or Milestones)
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Note: This offer is offered by RateSupermarket.ca and is valid for RateSupermarket.ca subscribers only. If you are not currently signed up, not to worry - you'll automatically be added to our database so that you'll always have insider access to other great offers, like this one.

*Minimum redemption is 20,000 PC points (worth $20 in free rewards) and in increments of 10,000 PC points thereafter, at participating grocery stores where President's Choice products are sold. Some redemption restrictions apply. See pcplus.ca for details.

1Apply online and when you receive your PC Financial Mastercard credit card, you will also receive four welcome coupons or offers each worth 5,000 PC points. Use your PC Financial Mastercard and redeem each coupon or offer to receive 5,000 PC points with any purchase at the checkout in participating grocery stores where President's Choice® products are sold. See coupons or offers for full details. Coupons or offers have no cash value. For all offers, allow 2-3 weeks from qualifying purchase for bonus PC points to be awarded. Each offer is limited to one per new PC Financial Mastercard account and may be terminated or changed at any time without notice.

2Earn 3 cents per purchased litre of Esso Supreme (Octane 91) and Esso SUPREME+ (Octane 93) gasoline only. Earn 2 cents per purchased litre on other gasoline or diesel. Cents per litre is payable in PC points when you use your President's Choice Financial World Elite Mastercard at Esso stations in Canada. 2 cents per litre amounts to 20 PC points. 3 cents per litre amounts to 30 PC points.

3Get a bonus 10 PC points per dollar of your PCTM travel services purchase (taxes included) charged to your President's Choice Financial Mastercard or President's Choice Financial World Mastercard and 20 bonus PC points per dollar charged to your President's Choice Financial World Elite Mastercard, in addition to the regular 10 PC points per dollar earned for all purchases on these card. Bonus PC points will be shown as "PC Travel Bonus Rewards" on your PC points statement. Account must be in good standing. Offer subject to change. PCTM travel services are provided by 8742995 Canada Inc. doing business as Travel Nation Canada. President's Choice Bank and its related companies are not affiliated with Travel Nation Canada and are not responsible for delivery of the services or liable in connection therewith.

4As a President's Choice Financial Mastercard cardholder, you can earn the regular 10 PC points per $1 charged to your eligible card when you use it to pay your PC mobile monthly bill (excludes PC mobile prepaid services). As a President's Choice Financial World Elite Mastercard cardholder, you can earn PC points at an earning rate equal to 30 PC points per $1 charged to your eligible card when you use it to pay your PC® mobile monthly bill (excludes PC mobile prepaid services). You will earn the regular 10 PC points per $1, plus an extra 20 PC points per $1 of your PC mobile payment (taxes included) charged on your card for a total of 30 PC points per $1. As a President's Choice Financial World Mastercard cardholder, you can earn PC points at an earning rate equal to 20 PC points per $1 charged to your eligible card(s) when you use it to pay your PC® mobile monthly bill (excludes PC mobile prepaid services). You will earn the regular 10 PC points per $1 plus an extra 10 PC points per $1, of your PC mobile payment (taxes included) charged on your card(s) for a total of 20 PC points per $1. Allow up to 4 weeks for extra PC points to be awarded. Subject to change.

5Balance Transfers for new accounts: You must apply by December 31, 2017 in order to be eligible for the current promotional balance transfer offer of a 0.97% interest rate for 6 months. Offer is available to eligible new customers only, within 90 days of your President's Choice Financial Mastercard account ("Account") approval. This offer may be changed, extended or cancelled without notice. Promotional interest rate is annual and applies, unless your Account is in default, only to the transferred amount for 6 months after the transaction date, after which the cash advance interest rate applicable to your Account applies to any remaining balance until the balance is paid in full, unless your Account is in default. Balance transfers are treated like cash advances and interest is charged from the date the transfer occurs, which may be up to 30 business days from your activation of the Account. Continue making your minimum payments on accounts from which you are transferring until the balance transfer amounts are credited to those accounts in order to avoid late charges and penalties. If the total amount to be transferred is more than your available credit limit, President's Choice Bank ("PC Bank") may send your creditors either full or partial payment up to the amount of your available credit limit. PC Bank reserves the right to limit the number and amount of balance transfers and to decline them for any reason. Balances from other President's Choice Financial accounts are not eligible to be transferred. Stop payments are not allowed. PC points are not earned on balance transfers unless otherwise specified. Please refer to your Cardholder Agreement and Card Carrier disclosures for further information.
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they offer this 100gc for whole year , not a hot deal. highest is 150 gc in this summer june . 100gc is regular deal
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Did it in July and got a $150 card. Took about a month to get it.
Lawrence0317 wrote:
Oct 31st, 2017 2:06 am
they offer this 100gc for whole year , not a hot deal. highest is 150 gc in this summer june . 100gc is regular deal
I think it's been as low as $75.
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elfen2 wrote:
Oct 31st, 2017 12:39 pm
Did it in July and got a $150 card. Took about a month to get it.



I think it's been as low as $75.
Right. I m the batch of people who applied when it was $75.

$100 is not bad. Who can predict if they are cheaping out later. Lol

Love using my PC financial MC at loblaws. No frills, Esso. I get my 20000 pts pretty quick.
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So ... maybe I'm slow, but ....

... it seems to me that the PC Financial World Elite is better than the PC Financial World, which is in turn better than the PC financial card. And all of these are 0$ annual fees.
so, logic would suggest everyone should apply for World Elite.

Why would anyone apply for the PC Financial World or the PC Financial cards at all? Do either of these have some hidden benefit over the World Elite card that I'm just not seeing?
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enigma0t2 wrote:
Nov 8th, 2017 11:09 am
So ... maybe I'm slow, but ....

... it seems to me that the PC Financial World Elite is better than the PC Financial World, which is in turn better than the PC financial card. And all of these are 0$ annual fees.
so, logic would suggest everyone should apply for World Elite.

Why would anyone apply for the PC Financial World or the PC Financial cards at all? Do either of these have some hidden benefit over the World Elite card that I'm just not seeing?
The card you get is based on your income.
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enigma0t2 wrote:
Nov 8th, 2017 11:09 am
So ... maybe I'm slow, but ....

... it seems to me that the PC Financial World Elite is better than the PC Financial World, which is in turn better than the PC financial card. And all of these are 0$ annual fees.
so, logic would suggest everyone should apply for World Elite.

Why would anyone apply for the PC Financial World or the PC Financial cards at all? Do either of these have some hidden benefit over the World Elite card that I'm just not seeing?
income requirements are diff for the two cards. for the world elite, typically is higher and would also require a better credit score

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