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[Scotia Momentum VISA Infinite card] Scotia Momentum VISA Infinite FYF + 10% back on $2k (first 3 months) + $60 GCR

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[Scotia Momentum VISA Infinite card] Scotia Momentum VISA Infinite FYF + 10% back on $2k (first 3 months) + $60 GCR

Offer details
To qualify for the 10% cash back and annual fee waiver offer, make sure to:
1. Open a new customer Scotia Momentum® Visa Infinite* credit card account by November 1, 2020.
2. Use your new card to make everyday eligible purchases and earn 10% cash back on the first $2,000 you spend in your first 3 months from account opening.

We’ll credit your account in 2 instalments:
Bonus Cash Back: The amount earned under the Cash Back Bonus Rate will be credited to your Account within 7 months from the account open date; and
Regular Cash Back: The amount earned under your regular Cash Back Program Rate will be credited to your Account according to the regular cash back payment schedule as set out under the Program (i.e., November).
Individuals who are currently or were previously primary or secondary cardholders of a Scotiabank retail credit card in the past 2 years, including those that switch from an existing Scotiabank retail credit card, as well as employees of Scotiabank, are not eligible for the offers.

Some observations:
  • GCR has a sign-up bonus of $60
  • Some people have reported receiving the welcome bonus despite owning a Scotiabank credit card within the last two years. YMMV.
  • Bonus cash back may take up to 7 months to be credited to your account but many people reported receiving it earlier.
  • Regular cash back is credited to the account in the program schedule in November. If you sign up for the card prior to November with no intention to keep the card, it is best to spend the full $2,000 before November and cancel once you receive your regular cash back in November plus bonus cash back within 7 months (before the annual fee is charged).
Last edited by Presents on Sep 1st, 2020 12:43 pm, edited 2 times in total.
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Sr. Member
Jan 4, 2014
970 posts
362 upvotes
Kitchener, ON
I literally signed up yesterday. They asked for income verification, so hopefully I can get in on this deal.
Deal Addict
Dec 4, 2008
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Presents wrote: Individuals who are currently or were previously primary or secondary cardholders of a Scotiabank retail credit card in the past 2 years, including those that switch from an existing Scotiabank retail credit card, as well as employees of Scotiabank, are not eligible for the offers.

Some people have reported receiving the welcome bonus despite owning a Scotiabank credit card within the last two years. YMMV.
Going to need more DPs on this...anyone with an existing Scotia card (non-Momentum Visa) who got the WB CB?
Deal Addict
Mar 13, 2012
1320 posts
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Near You
Not a bad card. Scotiabank has a habit of asking for income verification, though, so YMMV if you can get the deal.
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Jr. Member
Nov 30, 2017
176 posts
73 upvotes
Toronto
Awesome card, sighed up last November and racked up over $930 in cashback so far (excluding the 10% bonus).

Make sure to pay your rent through it via Get Digs to get 4% back (approximately 3% after Get Digs' fee).
Deal Guru
Jan 12, 2017
12131 posts
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Scarberia
income verification = no go for me!
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Dec 31, 2013
1749 posts
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condo
What's the other website that offers gift cards for credit card sign-ups? Was it ratesupermarket or greedyrates?... sometimes they will offer better sign-up bonuses than GCR
Deal Fanatic
Sep 10, 2008
6489 posts
4505 upvotes
Kitchener
Seems like a substandard rewards card. MBNA Rewards World Elite is better (2% on everything), $50 GCR signup bonus plus $250 bonus points ($2000 spending in 90 days and paperless billing), secondary card is free. No first year free though.
Deal Addict
Oct 22, 2015
1322 posts
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Sounds like FYF does not apply if you had a card in last 2 years either.
Deal Addict
Jul 21, 2009
1046 posts
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Toronto
One of the worst banks/cards to work with. They required me to go to a branch to verify income and pick up the card and also held my cashback for over 6 months. Took multiple calls to get it released
Jr. Member
Jan 9, 2010
114 posts
82 upvotes
Toronto
Rob_EV wrote: Seems like a substandard rewards card. MBNA Rewards World Elite is better (2% on everything), $50 GCR signup bonus plus $250 bonus points ($2000 spending in 90 days and paperless billing), secondary card is free. No first year free though.
Cancel before the annual fee for next year hits and you'll be ahead with the Scotia card.

Also, use it for the 4% categories after the 10% promotional bonus.
Member
Dec 26, 2012
376 posts
94 upvotes
MILTON
sports1 wrote: Going to need more DPs on this...anyone with an existing Scotia card (non-Momentum Visa) who got the WB CB?
I’m interested to know too. I have the gold amex but I’ve been waiting for the 10% promotion to come back.
Deal Addict
Aug 26, 2004
1939 posts
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Toronto
crayzie wrote: Cancel before the annual fee for next year hits and you'll be ahead with the Scotia card.

Also, use it for the 4% categories after the 10% promotional bonus.
Careful with that. They pay your earnings when your membership renews. I'm planning on cancelling after a couple of years with them and have to wait until after I pay my next annual before I get the rewards.
Member
Jul 31, 2012
272 posts
320 upvotes
Toronto
No income verification needed when I applied
Member
Feb 5, 2012
359 posts
101 upvotes
Toronto
JKCanada wrote: Awesome card, sighed up last November and racked up over $930 in cashback so far (excluding the 10% bonus).

Make sure to pay your rent through it via Get Digs to get 4% back (approximately 3% after Get Digs' fee).
I suppose the $25K 4% limit on this case is met by GstDigs alone. Do you use this card for anything else? It would give 1% once you are over 25K.

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