Back on March 1st I stated that I didn’t think we’d see a stronger offer for this card as 20,000 points
with 1st year free that we had seen the card for sometime and that all changed when the offer got better that day. Well I’m eating my words again as the card just got even better for new sign ups! The card with some very
strong category earning (Gas, Grocery, Dining
& Entertainment) had a 25,000 point sign up bonus with no
annual fee in the first year since the start of March. However now we
see the card keep FYF but have the sign up bonus jump to 30,000 points
if you spend $750 in the first three
months! The offer
of 30,000 points is worth $300 in travel and since it is first year free
you essentially get that $300 for free!
This offer is valid until July 31, 2017!
This card ranked second in the Travel Points Card with annual fee category and fifth overall in our 2017 Top Travel Rewards Credit card rankings and you’ll definitely see it in our Top 5 Sign Up offers for May.
Here are some details on the card:
Scotiabank Gold American Express Card
30,000 Scotia Rewards bonus points,with $750 in net purchases in first three months – worth $300 in travel. Apply Online
• Earn 4x Scotia Rewards points for every $1 you spend at gas stations, grocery stores, on dining and entertainment • Earn one point on all other eligible purchases
• Extraordinary travel benefits
• Flexible Point Redemption
• Comprehensive travel insurance
Use your points to purchase travel online or
over the phone through our full-service travel agency. Or book your own
travel using your card and go online to redeem points for the purchase.
Receive discounts and other special offers on hotels, airfare, car rentals, cruises and vacation packages.
Complimentary Concierge Services
Low price airfare alerts
Receive up to 25% off qualifying car rentals
Travel emergency medical coverage is automatically provided for eligible persons for up to 25 consecutive days
- Redeem points for merchandise and other rewards
For more details or to apply for the card please see here.
You can also read our in depth review of the card here