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Canadians Can Get A $150 Amazon Gift Card When They Sign Up For A Scotiabank Credit Card This Month

When it comes to saving and spending money, it's all about the little wins like saving dollars on your morning coffee, getting cashback on your groceries or scoring a sweet deal on that product you've been eyeing up on Amazon for ages.

If you're looking to kick your saving efforts up a notch as restrictions ease and normal day-to-day spending resumes, get ready because you can score up to a $150 Amazon.ca e-gift card (plus other sweet money-saving offers) when you sign up for a Scotiabank credit card this month.

Canada's leading rate comparison website, RATESDOTCA has teamed up with one of Canada's best-known banks, Scotiabank, to give Canadians access to this exclusive offer. RATESDOTCA is all about giving Canadians a way to compare products, like credit cards and car insurance, and bring Canadians the best credit card promos.

This promo is RATEDOTCA's richest one yet, and it's the best in the market. Since the gift card is provided by RATESDOTCA, all you have to do is head to the RATESDOTCA website to apply for your choice of the two credit cards included in the promo.

If you've never used RATESDOTCA before, they make applying easy to help you find the ones that best suit your lifestyle and spending behaviours. RATESDOTCA does all the math for you, so you can compare based on simple-to-understand figures — like which card will earn you the most money in your first year compared to not having a card.

You'll get a $150 Amazon e-gift card when you sign up and get approved for a Scotia Momentum® Visa Infinite* Card or a $50 Amazon e-gift card when you sign up and get approved for a Scotia Momentum® No-Fee VISA* Card.

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With the Scotia Momentum® Visa Infinite* Card, you'll earn 10% cashback on all purchases for the first three months (up to a total of $2,000!) and no annual fee in the first year. Based on a $2,000 monthly spend, that's a value of $867. After that, you'll earn 4% cashback on recurring bills and groceries, 2% cashback on gas and transit, and 1% cashback on all other purchases. There's a reason the Scotia Momentum® Visa Infinite* Card is the winner of RATEDOTCA's Best Overall Cash Back Credit Card.

If you're looking for a no-fee option, the Scotia Momentum® No-Fee VISA* Card is a great pick too. You'll get 1% cashback on gas, groceries and drugstore purchases, plus recurring bill payments. For all other purchases, you'll get 0.5% cashback.

Whichever card you choose, getting an Amazon e-gift card is just the tip of the iceberg. Both the Scotia Momentum® Visa Infinite* Card and Scotia Momentum® No-Fee VISA* Card help you save while you spend. Just be sure to get your application in before the offer ends July 31 at 5:00 p.m. ET.

To learn about how you can get a $150 Amazon gift card when you sign up for a Scotiabank credit card this month, visit RATESDOTCA, or check them out on Facebook, Instagram, Twitter or YouTube.

This content is for general informational purposes only and does not constitute financial advice.

Terms & conditions apply. The Gift Card offer is offered by RATESDOTCA and is only valid online through RATESDOTCA from June 1, 2021, 9:00 am ET to July 31, 2021, at 5:00 pm ET. This offer cannot be combined with any other offer and is subject to change without notice. To be eligible for this offer, applicants must apply through RATESDOTCA to participating credit cards and be approved by the credit card provider and be a new credit card Account Holder with Scotiabank. Scotiabank is not responsible or liable for any aspect of this offer. The credit cards are issued by Scotiabank and applications for these cards are subject to approval by Scotiabank. See the application disclosure statement when you select "Apply Now" for full rates and fees that apply to the cards. For full terms and conditions see here.

See Card Provider's website and Card Application for complete card details, terms and current offers. Reasonable efforts are made to maintain accuracy of information.

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