With this $0 annual fee card, you will still be protected when you shop and travel

Annual Fee
$0
Extra Card Fee
$0
Card Type
Credit
Purchase
19.99%
Cash Advance
22.99%
Balance Transfer
22.99%
Personal Income
N/A
Household Income
N/A
Canadian resident who has reached the provincial age of majority.
Extended Warranty 1 year
Purchase Protection 90 days
Travel Accident $500,000
Rental Car Theft & Damage Yes

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

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RBC Platinum Visa Review

Are you looking for a simple no fee credit card?

For some of us, fancy credit card perks and benefits are unnecessary extras that we don't really care about since we aren't planning to use them.

If that sounds like you, the RBC Visa Platinum might be a good card to consider.

This card is not only free, but it also allows cardholders to add secondary cards to their account. Plus, it also gives them 4 different types of insurance:

  1. Purchase Protection Insurance
  2. Extended Warranty
  3. Travel Accident Insurance
  4. Rental Car Theft and Damage Insurance

If you want more details, check out the Insurance Coverage tab above.

And, as part of RBC's partnership with Petro Canada, you can save an instant 3 cents per litre at the pump, and earn an additional 20% bonus Petro Points as well.

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The best one is the . You can earn up to 2 MBNA Rewards points per $1 spent, get 7 types of insurance coverage, and a welcome bonus of 10,000 bonus points.

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