Annual Fee
Extra Card Fee
Card Type
Cash Advance
Balance Transfer
Promo Transfer
Promo Term
10 months
Personal Income
Household Income
Canadian resident who has reached the provincial age of majority.
  • Earn 1 point for every $1 spent.
  • Earn 2 points for every $1 spent at
  • Receive 2,000 points after your first purchase.
  • 1.99% promotional rate on balance transfers for the first 10 months.
  • Enjoy all the benefits of an MBNA Platinum Plus card including 7 types of insurance.
  • No annual fee.
Extended Warranty 1 year
Purchase Protection 90 days
Travel Accident $1,000,000
Trip Interruption $2,000
Rental Car Theft & Damage
Rental Car Accident $200,000
Rental Car Personal Effects $1,000

Please review your insurance certificate for details, exclusions and limitations of your coverage.

Our Review

Are you a techie who loves getting your hands on the latest and greatest technology the moment it comes out?

If so, how about a credit card that lets you earn and redeem points for Sony products?

The Sony Card from MBNA allows you to earn 1 point for every $1 you spend - or 2 points for every $1 spent at

This card has no annual fee and starts you off with 2,000 welcome points ($20 value) after you make your first purchase.

You also get 7 different types of travel and purchase insurance, because this card is part of the MBNA Platinum Plus family. (Check out the Insurance Coverage tab above to find out more information.)

Then there's also an introductory balance transfer rate for pre-existing credit card debt to save on interest and pay that balance faster. However, keep in mind that the full 19.99% interest rate applies to new purchases using this card. So if your goal is to maximize your interest rate savings, here is our list of best balance transfer credit cards.

Ultimately, there are better rewards and store credit cards out there, so you should only choose this card if you're a big Sony fan and want decent insurance coverage on a card with no annual fee.

A few other cards that might interest you.

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