BMO tends to not change up the welcome bonus offers on their credit cards as frequently as other card issuers so we have become accustomed to the current offer on this and other BMO cards. The current welcome bonus on the BMO AIR MILES World Elite Mastercard has actually been around since April 1, 2019!
We now know the next offer for the BMO AIR MILES World Elite Mastercard won’t be as rich as this offer that ends on April 30. It’ll be decent but not as decent as the current bonus of up to 3,000 AIR MILES Rewards Miles with the first year annual fee waived. The bonus is broken down as 1,000 miles on your first purchase followed
by 2,000 more miles when you spend $3,000 on the card within the first
three months of having it. This offer is the richest AIR MILES credit card offer in market right now and in fact has been one of the Top 5 cards for welcome bonuses for months on end as that 3,000 miles with no annual fee is worth no less than $330 towards travel or about $315 in cash if your AIR MILES account is set to earn Cash Miles. As we recommend right now from our article Shifting your loyalty program strategy to help during these trying and tough financial times we think your best bet is shifting your AIR MILES earn to 100% Cash Miles right now instead of Dream Miles to help supplement current financial situations. Of course if you don’t need a financial boost this could be a proactive decision on your part to get the card to fund your future travel once the world gets back to some sort of normalcy.
Not only does the card provide this very rich bonus at no cost other than your spend in those first three months it also has a strong insurance and benefits package, provides discounts on AIR MILES flights in North American and provides all the new and existing Mastercard World Elite benefits like free global Wi-Fi from Boingo, Foodora and Ritual credits and more.
You can learn more about and apply for the BMO AIR MILES World Elite Mastercard here.
The following is the most current offer for this card and may not represent the discussion above: