This deal is over but you can still save $120 a year with the credit card annual fee waiver with our #1 ranked cash back card – the . Plus you’ll get 10% cash back for the first 3 months.

Looking for a complete bank account that includes all the bells and whistles?

Scotiabank’s new Ultimate Package offers almost everything you could want out of a bank account.

And, for a limited time, until December 30, 2019, you can get a bonus of $350 when you open up a new account.

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Scotiabank’s Ultimate Package details

So, what does this Ultimate Package bank account provide? Here’s just a few things this bank account includes:

  • unlimited transactions, including Interac e-Transfers,
  • your choice of earning SCENE or Scotia Rewards on debit purchases,
  • an ongoing annual fee waiver of up to $139 on select Scotiabank credit cards,
  • annual $55 fee waiver on a safety deposit box, and
  • unlimited free withdrawals at any ATM in the world.

That’s just a taste of what this account has to offer.

Open an account by December 30, 2019 and you can earn a $350 cash bonus when you complete any two of the following:

  • set up a recurring direct deposit for at least 3 months,
  • set up a minimum of 2 separate pre-authorized transactions, or
  • make at least one online bill payment of at least $50.

Complete 2 of them, and you’ll get your $350 cash bonus within 2 months.

Is there a monthly fee for this bank plan?

Indeed there is. The plan costs $30.95 per month.

But if you maintain a daily balance of $5,000 in the account, or a combined balance of $30,000 across your Ultimate Package and Momentum Savings Account, there’s no monthly fee.

4 Scotiabank credit cards with an annual fee waiver

So, what Scotia credit cards are eligible for the annual fee waiver?

There are 4 cards that qualify, here’s a brief overview of all 4 of them.

Credit Card Welcome Bonus Earn Rates Annual Fee, Income Requirements Apply Now
Scotiabank Gold American Express Up to 30,000 points (terms) * 5 points per $1 on groceries, entertainment, and restaurants
* 3 points per $1 on gas, transit, and select streaming services
* 1 point per $1 on all other purchases
$120 annual fee, 12K personal income requirement Apply Now
Scotiabank Momentum Visa Infinite Card None * 4% cash back on groceries and recurring bills
* 2% cash back on gas and transit
* 1% back on all other purchases
$120 annual fee, 60K personal or 100K household income requirement Apply Now
Scotiabank Passport Visa Infinite 25,000 points (terms) * 2 points per $1 on groceries, restaurants, entertainment & daily transit
* 1 point per $1 all other purchases
$139 annual fee, 60K personal or 100K household income requirement Apply Now
Scotiabank Value Visa 0.99% interest for 6 months on balance transfers (terms) N/A $29 annual fee, no income requirements Apply Now

One of our top flexible travel cards that also has no foreign transaction fees is the .

You’ll pay no foreign transaction fees and earn up to 5 Scotia Rewards points per $1 spent on your purchases.

And, you can earn a welcome bonus of up to 30,000 points – 25,000 after spending $1,500 in the first 3 months, and another 5,000 after spending $10,000 in the first year.

Our top rated cash back card is the .

It currently has no welcome bonus, but offers up to 4% cash back ony our grocery and recurring bills – the highest earn rate of any cash back card. You’ll also earn 2% cash back on gas and transit purchases, and 1% on everything else.

Another top option to save on foreign transaction is the .

You’ll save that pesky 2.5% fee on foreign currency purchases and earn up to 2 Scotia Rewards points per $1 spent.

Plus, it also comes with a Priority Pass membership with 6 free passes.

For savings on credit card interest, there’s the .

You can get an interest rate of 0.99% for the first 6 months on balance transfers made to the card.

And you’ll enjoy a low interest of 12.99% on purchases and future balance transfers made to the card.

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