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[Scotiabank] $25 GC + $300 Cash When Opening a Scotibank Chequing Account

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[Scotiabank] $25 GC + $300 Cash When Opening a Scotibank Chequing Account

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Get a $25 gift card from RateSupermarket with a new Scotiabank chequing Account. (2 options)
Get $300 cash when opening Scotibank chequing accounts + 2.7 interest rate. More info in this thread
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May 23, 2020
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High interest saving offers way more, like $60 Amazon GC
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Ultimate
$0* or $30.95/mth
* No monthly account fee by maintaining a minimum daily closing balance of $5,000 in your Ultimate Package, or a combined balance of $30,000 across your Ultimate Package and your MomentumPLUS Savings Account1

Preferred
$0* or $15.95/mth
* No monthly account fee by maintaining a minimum daily closing balance of $4,000 for the entire month
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phoreoneone wrote: Ultimate
$0* or $30.95/mth
* No monthly account fee by maintaining a minimum daily closing balance of $5,000 in your Ultimate Package, or a combined balance of $30,000 across your Ultimate Package and your MomentumPLUS Savings Account1

Preferred
$0* or $15.95/mth
* No monthly account fee by maintaining a minimum daily closing balance of $4,000 for the entire month
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bubbleT wrote: High interest saving offers way more, like $60 Amazon GC
Have you used/have any problems with them before? Seems like a lot of people are not receiving anything.
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MikeTO2 wrote: Have you used/have any problems with them before? Seems like a lot of people are not receiving anything.
I got my Amazon GC in two weeks. Though I agree, their website seems less established and I’m not sure how they track whether or not people actually open an account.
I guess the next best alternative is GCR
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Greatcanadianrebates is $40 cash for same account sign up.
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bubbleT wrote: I got my Amazon GC in two weeks. Though I agree, their website seems less established and I’m not sure how they track whether or not people actually open an account.
I guess the next best alternative is GCR
True. I've never had a problem with RSM, so i'm always hesitant to try less 'trusting' looking sites, especially when there's complaints about not receiving. thx!
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MikeTO2 wrote: True. I've never had a problem with RSM, so i'm always hesitant to try less 'trusting' looking sites, especially when there's complaints about not receiving. thx!
Well GCR is pretty established and offer a higher rate than ratesupermarket. Unless you work for RSM or something, I don't see why you would stick with them for a lower return.
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Just a reminder, GCR now offer $75 to open the Ultimate chequing account and $60 for the Preferred.
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bubbleT wrote: Well GCR is pretty established and offer a higher rate than ratesupermarket. Unless you work for RSM or something, I don't see why you would stick with them for a lower return.
Was referring to Highinterestrates and the non pays. GCR is legit.
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Does this offer still stand if we have the scotia ultimate package already?
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I have been using one bank all my day. What's the best way to transfer over the minimum required balance to avoid the fee? Is there a minimum amount of time I need to keep the account open?

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