The best National Bank credit cards in Canada
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Cash Back Card
Earn 10% cash back during your first 4 months and 2% when your welcome rate ends.*
No Fee Card
Collect 4% in CT Money‡ at Canadian Tire and 1.5% on your first $12,000 per year in grocery purchases (excludes Costco and Walmart)
Rewards Points Card
Apply now and you could earn up to 30,000 bonus points with the American Express Cobalt™ Card
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National Bank credit card overview
National Bank offers 9 personal credit cards that have a range of benefits to meet your needs.
If you’re an avid traveller and you’re looking for the perfect rewards credit card, National Bank offers three excellent options: The World Elite Mastercard ($150 annual fee), the World Mastercard ($115 annual fee), and the Platinum Mastercard ($89 annual fee). All three cards provide comprehensive travel insurance and allow you to earn points rapidly.
If you’re looking for a cash back card, National Bank has you covered with the ECHO Cashback Mastercard. This card charges a nominal $30 and 1.5% cash back on groceries, gas, and most online purchases. You’ll get 1% cash back on all other purchases. For a no-fee alternative, the mycredit Mastercard earns 1% on dining and preauthorized payments, 0.5% on everything else, and even comes with mobile device insurance.
National Bank rewards
National Bank offers a number of rewards cards that allow you to collect points that can be redeemed for travel, merchandise, and gift cards. Depending on which card you choose and what you're buying, your card earn anywhere from 1 point to 2.5 points for each $1 you spend on your card.
With the National Bank World Elite Mastercard, you can earn up to 2.5 points per dollar on your card purchases. You’ll also gain access to one of the best credit card travel insurance plans on the market offering up to $5,000,000 in out of province/country medical insurance for trips up to 60 days with even seniors up to 75 years old receiving up to 15 days of coverage.
About National Bank
Founded in 1859, National Bank is sixth largest bank in Canada and the largest bank in Quebec. Like most Canadian financial institutions, it offers mortgages, credit cards, wealth management, lines of credit, and personal banking services. National Bank is headquartered in Montreal.
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Types of Rewards Credit Cards
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- Trip Cancellation/Interruption Insurance
- Travel Medical Insurance
- Travel Accident Insurance
- Delayed Baggage Insurance
- Lost Luggage Insurance
- Flight Delay Insurance
- Hotel/Motel Burglary Insurance
- Purchase Security Insurance
- Price Protection Insurance
- Extended Warranty Insurance