BMO WWF-Canada Air Miles MasterCard: Get More, Give More!

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Get up to 800 Bonus AIR MILES reward miles and there’s no annual fee. It's a win-win, get the card that supports WWF Canada

What if you recieved the same amount of credit card rewards, or more, than you do today, except you were also making a contribution to protect Canada and the world’s environment at the same time? Sounds like a win-win.

What about if you received a welcome bonus worth $120 to make the switch and there was no annual fee? Here’s your chance.

The BMO WWF-Canada partnership offers two credit cards: a no fee Air Miles card and a no fee Cash Back credit card. Both offer the exact same reward rates you would earn if you got the same BMO card without the WWF branding. The biggest and only difference for you, is that while earning the same rewards, every time you use your card to make a purchase, a payment is made to WWF from BMO at no additional cost to you. The more you spend, the more you earn AND the more the WWF earns.

The BMO WWF-Canada Air Miles card has no annual fee, offers 800 bonus Air Miles, a value of $80 in our estimates (there are ways to redeem for even more value), and 1 Air Miles reward for every $20 in spend! It’s a great opportunity to beef up your Air Miles rewards with a free 800 mile sign-up bonus.

The BMO WWF-Canada Cash Back card is offering a flat 1% cash back on EVERYTHING, with no annual fee – a super deal. The card has no spending or earning limits, caps, tiers or categories. It’s simple, transparent and very rewarding. It’s 1% flat cash back rate is the same as RBC’s Visa cash back card, Capital One’s Aspire cash back card and more than TD’s .75% flat rate cash back card!

BMO’s paying you, and the WWF, a whole bunch of money to get the card – it costs you nothing. We say take advantage and do some good.

The BMO WWF-Canada Air Miles offer is available for a limited time only.

BMO WWF-Canada Credit Card Benefits

Here are some of the features that help these cards stand-out from the pack:

  1. Annual Fee – $0
  2. Supplementary Card – $0
  3. Signing Bonus Points – 800 Air Miles (400 on activation, 400 more with $1,500 spend in first 90 days)
  4. Basic Rewards – 1 Air Miles reward per $20 spend
  5. Accelerated Rewards – Earn Double Rewards at Air Miles partners
    25X Air Miles at Shell
    1.5X and up to 25% off at National & Alamo car rentals
  6. Protection – Extended Warranty Purchase Protection

What’s nice about both of these cards, is that each pack the same market leading no annual fee value as BMO’s
regular no fee MasterCards. They both have strong reward earning opportunities, and offer nice protection benefits such as Extended Warranty, which means if you buy an item with your card, you get double the manufacturer’s warranty, up to 1 year and Purchase Protection, which insures items against theft or damage for 90 days after purchase.

If you’re an Air Miles rewards collector, this is a great no-fee Air Miles credit card to use, along with you Air Miles collector card. When shopping at a partner like Sobeys, Shell, or Metro you can double dip, earning reward one with your WWF-Canada Air Miles credit card, and then again when you swipe your Air Miles collector card – a great strategy to accelerate your miles!

Worth It?

Both cards offer the exact same value you would get if you got the regular BMO MasterCard no fee Air Miles or cash back cards. The big difference here is that you’re spend will not only reward you, it will ALSO benefit WWF-Canada – a lot!

The revenue streams charities derive from credit cards make a significant difference to their bottom line. What’s unique about the BMO WWF-Canada credit card partnership, is that the cardholder’s reward rate isn’t being compromised by the group’s compensation. We have to imagine that either BMO is making a little lower return, or WWF-Canada customers are somehow more profitable, allowing BMO to give back more to the cardholders and WWF-Canada.

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