Some great credit card offers are set to expire on March 31, 2019.

If you’ve been thinking about getting one of these cards, now’s the time to take advantage of these great deals before it’s too late.

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BMO AIR MILES World Elite Mastercard

One of the best deals – running since October 2018 – has to be the current offer on our top rated AIR MILES card: the .

Until March 31st, you’ll get the first year free, as well as a one time use companion voucher.

How do you use your companion voucher? Book a trip for 2 with your own AIR MILES and you’ll be refunded the miles used for one ticket. There’s no limit to the size of the rebate, you just need enough miles to cover both tickets.

And since we’ve pegged a reasonable value of the companion voucher at 3,000 miles, this limited-time sign-up bonus deal has a value of up to 6,000 miles.

Keep in mind: the normal sign-up bonus for this card has been as low as 1,000 AIR MILES in the past – 6X the usual sign up bonus is nothing to sneeze at.

What are 6,000 AIR MILES worth? Here’s a few examples of what they can be used for, and the typical value of each redemption:

Redemption Typical value of one mile Total Value of 6,000 miles
North American flights (if you have the World Elite card) 20.2 cents (includes 15% discount on miles required) $1,212
Flights 17.2 cents $1,032
Car Rentals 16.2 cents $972
Hotels 12.3 cents $738
Concerts 21.6 cents $1,296
Air Miles cash 10.5 cents $630

If you love AIR MILES, this is a great card – and bonus – to rack up some extra points. Earn 1 mile for every $10 spent on the card, and a 15% discount on flights within North America.

This card has an annual fee of $120 and income requirements of either $80,000 personal or $150,000 household.

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Bonus tip: Already have this card and want to keep getting the annual fee waived? BMO is running a promotion on their Premium Bank Account where one of the benefits is waiving the annual fee for their World Elite Mastercards.

Related: Earn Up To 1,000 Bonus Air Miles ‒ Offer Ends April 25, 2019

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Scotiabank Gold American Express

Our $100 Amazon e-Gift card offer for the the is coming to an end on March 31.

After applying and being approved, we’ll give you a $100 Amazon e-Gift card. Just like that!

And it doesn’t end there – this card will give you 15,000 points after spending $1,000 in the first 3 months. With each point worth 1 cent when redeemed for travel, this bonus is worth $150.

Add it all up, and you’re $250 richer.

After that, this card will give you plenty of points on your everyday spending.

  • 4 points per $1 spent on gas, groceries, restaurants, and entertainment purchases, and
  • 1 point per $1 spent on all other purchases.

For an annual fee of $99 and no income requirements, Scotiabank has a lot to offer.

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National Bank World Elite Mastercard

While there is no sign up bonus for the , this card has a first year free promotion that is ending on March 31st.

So, for the first year, you can collect 1.5 points for every $1 you spend on your purchases.

The best way to use them? For flights and vacation packages through National Bank’s À La Carte travel agency, where each point is worth one cent. Plus, get a bonus 1.5 cents on your flight and vacation package purchases as well.

On top of that, you get to try out the Savvy Traveller Reimbursements, a unique feature not found anywhere else – once per calendar year, you can get reimbursed for up to $250 on select travel fees:

  • $100 for airport parking,
  • $100 for checked bags, and
  • $50 for seat selection.

How does it work? Simply charge the fees to your Mastercard, keep the receipts, and send in a claim to National Bank to get your money back.

And with that, say goodbye to (at least some) of those pesky fees we all don’t like paying.

This card has an annual fee of $150, and income requirements of either $80,000 personal or $150,000 household.

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BMO AIR MILES Business Mastercard

Are you a business owner looking for a great deal on a business card? BMO has an offer for you, ending soon.

The has a similar offer to the – you can earn 3,000 AIR MILES as part of signing up, get the same companion voucher, and enjoy the first year free. Plus, it also earns 1 mile for every $10 spent.

And while it doesn’t give you a 15% discount on the miles required for flights in North America, you do get 1.25 times the miles at Shell.

Add it all up and you’ve got yourself a great business credit card that earns rewards that won’t be taxable for you personally because they are clearly rewards and not cash.

This card has an annual fee of $120.

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