National Bank credit card ($300 in points, $250 in travel credit, and FYF)
$200 in points first year.
$100 in points second year.
$250 travel credit.
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The purpose of this post is?Kasakato wrote: ↑®MasterCard is a registered trademark of MasterCard International Inc. Authorized user: National Bank of Canada 1. Subject to credit approval by National Bank of Canada. These offers are open to anyone who does not currently have a National Bank MasterCard credit card. They may not be combined with any other offer or promotion from National Bank. To take advantage of these offers, you must sign up for the National Bank World Elite® MasterCard® credit card before October 31, 2015, and activate it no later than November 30, 2015. 30,000 points offer: A maximum of 30,000 points will be awarded per World Elite® credit card account. The 30,000 points will be awarded as follows: 20,000 points will be awarded on activation of the card and the remaining 10,000 points will be awarded one year after the card is issued on the account anniversary date. The account must be in good standing when the points are to be awarded. Annual fee offer: One year after the card is issued, on the account anniversary date, the regular annual fees in effect for the main card and any additional cards (up to 3 maximum) will be automatically charged to the account. Reimbursements up to $250: Subject to presenting the required supporting documents. Rebate limits of $100 for airport parking, $50 for seat selection and $100 for airline baggage fees per account and per year. 2. Regular annual fees: $150 for the main card and $50 for each additional card. Grace period: No interest will be charged on purchases made during the month if the balance is paid in full within twenty-one (21) days of the date of the statement. This grace period does not apply to cash advances or balance transfers. The minimum payment to be made to the Bank every period will be equal to 3% of the account balance plus any overdue amount or $10, whichever is higher (or the account balance if it is lower than $10). If amounts are charged to your account in breach of the credit card agreement, the minimum payment due will be 3% of the account balance or the amount charged to the account in breach of this agreement, whichever is higher. Account statement: A statement is sent monthly. Example of credit charges calculated over a period of thirty (30) days:
Annual interest rate Average balance
21.99% (regular rate for balance transfers and cash advances) $9.04 $54.22
19.99% (regular rate for purchases) $8.22 $49.29
Annual interest rate in effect on January 1, 2015.
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Same question here, and wondering why they say "up to" xxx$...
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ok took some digging but got to the bottom of how to redeem the points.
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I have this card and it's great. It includes comprehensive travel insurance if you use the card for the trip which saves a lot of money too. Point redemption is easy, they apply the credit towards your bill (all done online without any hassles). As for the baggage/airport parking/seat selection, I believe you have to fill out a form found on their website and mail it in - I haven't done this yet.
Aug 21st, 2015 9:51 am
They mail you forms. You submit them along with a credit card statement or invoice charged to your National Bank Card. They mail you a cheque.
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I have redeemed 33000 points for $300 off last month.dillybravo wrote: ↑Found some details. FAQ is at: https://recompensesbnc.ca/StaticContent ... owFooter=1
Looks like you can only redeem in certain increments. 11,000 points = $100. Next is 50,000 = $500, and each 10K above 50K is another $100. So if you only do the first year, 20K points you will have to do some spending to get 22K points to get your $200 credit. Otherwise only $100.
You must "purchase your trip at a travel agency, online travel agency, airline or the À la carte Rewards Travel Agency." So I guess no direct payment to hotels, etc.? Hard to say.
Full regulations here: https://recompensesbnc.ca/StaticContent ... owFooter=1, particularly section 6.
More general info on the rewards portal here: https://recompensesbnc.ca/NbcTravelDiscount.aspx
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