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Rewards at Amazon.ca
  • Welcome offer: Get 5% back at Amazon.ca, Whole Foods Market stores, grocery stores, and restaurants for 6 months after approval, on first $3,000 in eligible purchases.††
  • Earn rewards on all your eligible purchases at Amazon.ca—including Whole Foods Market stores in Canada!
  • After the welcome offer ends, eligible Prime members get 2.5% back on eligible purchases at Amazon.ca and Whole Foods Market stores.
  • Eligible Prime members always get 2.5% back on eligible foreign currency transactions to help cover foreign transaction fees.
  • Not a Prime member? After the welcome offer ends, get 1.5% back on eligible purchases at Amazon.ca and Whole Foods Market stores. Always get 1% back on eligible foreign currency transactions to help cover foreign transaction fees.
  • Always get 1% back on eligible purchases everywhere else Mastercard is accepted.
  • Use your rewards at Amazon.ca—apply rewards directly to eligible Amazon.ca items.
  • No annual credit card fee.
  • The MBNA Payment Plan can make it more convenient to pay for large purchases and manage your budget. Pay for eligible credit card purchases of $100 or over by making monthly payments. Choose from three Payment Plan terms: 6, 12 or 18 months. Conditions and fees apply.


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