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PC Insiders Exclusive - Sign up for the PC Money Account for up to 75,000 Optimum Points

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What if you could get PC Optimum™ points every time you shop? With the no monthly fee PC Money™ Account, you can! And as a PC Optimum Insiders™ member, you can earn up to 75,000 points with exclusive welcome offers*. Quick, sign up by August 1st to take advantage of this exclusive offer.

Sign up for the PC Money™ Account and get exclusive welcome offers for up to
75,000 pts

Terms (reduced for RFD):
This email was sent by President’s Choice Services Inc. (‘PCSI’), provider of the PC Optimum™ loyalty program and PC Optimum Insiders™ subscription service: 1 President's Choice Circle, Brampton, Ontario L6Y 5S5 www.pcoptimum.ca/insiders.

This email is intended only for the original recipient and is not transferable.

* Sign up by August 1, 2021, to earn earn up to 75,000 bonus PC Optimum™ points by taking advantage of introductory offers with a new PC Money™ Account. All introductory offers are subject to change, extension or cancellation without notice. Here are all the bonus points available to you:


Earn 20,000 bonus PC Optimum™ bonus points when you make your first purchase of $50 or more, using a valid PC Money™ Account, within three months of account approval. Limit one offer per PC Money™ Account. Account must have sufficient funds at the time of purchase. Bonus PC Optimum™ points will be deducted for any returns. Bonus points will be awarded to your PC Optimum ™ account within 4‑7 days of eligible transaction.


Earn a bonus of 1,000 PC Optimum™ points for each of up to five bill payments of $50 or more to unique payees, per calendar month, made using a valid PC Money™ Account. Bonus points will be awarded to your PC Optimum™ account within 4‑7 days of a successful bill payment.


Offer valid from July 19th, 2021 to August 1st, 2021: Earn an additional 25,000 bonus PC Optimum™ points, on top of the standard welcome offer of 25,000 bonus PC Optimum™ points, when you set up automatic payroll or pension direct deposit into your PC Money™ Account for the first time and complete at least three direct deposits into the account within the three consecutive months following setup. Third direct deposit must be completed by October 31, 2021 to be eligible for additional bonus offer. Limit one offer per customer. Bonus points will be awarded to your PC Optimum™ account within 4-6 weeks of completing your third direct deposit. This offer is non-transferable.


1 Earn 10 PC Optimum™ points (5 regular PC Optimum™ points plus a bonus of 5 PC Optimum™ points) per dollar of your purchases with your PC Money™ Account. President’s Choice Bank reserves the right to cancel, change or extend regular and bonus points earning rates as of September 30, 2021. PC Optimum ™ points will be deducted for any returns. Account must be in good standing at time of qualifying transaction and awarding of points. Minimum redemption is 10,000 PC Optimum™ points (worth $10 in rewards) and in increments of 10,000 points thereafter at participating stores where President’s Choice® products are sold. Some redemption restrictions apply; visit pcoptimum.ca for details, participating stores and full loyalty terms and conditions.


2 All PC Optimum™ members earn 15 points per dollar on eligible purchases at Shoppers Drug Mart and Pharmaprix. When you use your PC Money™ Account, you will earn an additional 10 points per dollar of your purchases.
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That's a good chunk of tasks you need to do to get the equivalent of $75 vs the free iPads and tablets of other banks where it's a bit more value for doing the tasks
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Just got the offer. How easy is it to etransfer my pay to another bank?
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cursayer wrote: Just got the offer. How easy is it to etransfer my pay to another bank?
Depends on your employer.
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Chris9446 wrote: That's a good chunk of tasks you need to do to get the equivalent of $75 vs the free iPads and tablets of other banks where it's a bit more value for doing the tasks
Most banks that give out "free" tablets require a paid account. This account is free.
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TheMadMax wrote: Depends on your employer.
I'm talking about once the pay has been deposited into the PC Money account, is it easy to have it transferred to my BMo account?
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cursayer wrote: I'm talking about once the pay has been deposited into the PC Money account, is it easy to have it transferred to my BMo account?
Super easy. Pretty standard e-transfer system.
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When I go to the sign up page, they are (still) advertising 50,000 points. Is this targeted?

EDIT: Actually, how does this add up to 75k?

20k = first purchase over $50
5k = 5 x bill payments over $50 each
25k = for three direct deposits
25k = ??? Are these from the +5 boost on spending?
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quanta wrote: When I go to the sign up page, they are (still) advertising 50,000 points. Is this targeted?

EDIT: Actually, how does this add up to 75k?

20k = first purchase over $50
5k = 5 x bill payments over $50 each
25k = for three direct deposits
30k = ??? Are these from the +5 boost on spending?
Got the same offer and 50k total now for direct deposit is the extra bonus and 25k diff.
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Thanks! Did the signup page say you get up to 50k or 75k?
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Chris9446 wrote: That's a good chunk of tasks you need to do to get the equivalent of $75 vs the free iPads and tablets of other banks where it's a bit more value for doing the tasks
Exactly. 75000pts is worth $75 (more if you use them at the redemption event)

Like Chris says, RBC is giving free ipad, TD and Scotia, plus other are giving out $300 cash for the same requirement.

I was considered opening the PC account, but changed my mind after thinking $75 is so little comparing to other banks.

Make it 500k points then it will be more attractive.
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quanta wrote: Thanks! Did the signup page say you get up to 50k or 75k?
Up to 75K total with direct deposit bonus to 50K as below:

Payroll direct deposit.

For a limited time, earn an extra 25,000 PC Optimum™ points6 with payroll direct deposit for a total of 50,000 points.
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MP3_SKY wrote: Like Chris says, RBC is giving free ipad, TD and Scotia, plus other are giving out $300 cash for the same requirement.

I was considered opening the PC account, but changed my mind after thinking $75 is so little comparing to other banks.
True, but the PC Money account doesn't trigger a credit pull AFAIK. The RBC account requires you to pay $16 a month in account fees. TD and Scotia require you to deposit $5k or $4k.
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quanta wrote: True, but the PC Money account doesn't trigger a credit pull AFAIK. The RBC account requires you to pay $16 a month in account fees. TD and Scotia require you to deposit $5k or $4k.
Yes, Good point.
However, I have no problem putting 5k at TD and became a premium bank customer. Got free cheques, waving Credit Card annual fee, etc...

Paying monthly fee for a bank is non sense, I always make sure I can find a way to waive those fee before I become their banking client.
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