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    Quote Originally Posted by msommers View Post
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    Thanks guys. I found this blogger helpful as well:

    http://blog.rewardscanada.ca/2020/06...ire-world.html
    Thanks for the link, the first one on there is MBNA with basically the same perks as the outgoing Capital One. 2% earn, better annual bonus (20,000 points or $200 value) same annual fee of $120. What am I missing here?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Masked Bandit View Post
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    Thanks for the link, the first one on there is MBNA with basically the same perks as the outgoing Capital One. 2% earn, better annual bonus (20,000 points or $200 value) same annual fee of $120. What am I missing here?
    No travel insurance, etc.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tha_bandit View Post
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    No travel insurance, etc.
    Good catch on the no travel insurance. For my personal situation the half a percentage point difference in rewards is worth about $1250 a year and the wife has decent travel insurance through work so it should make sense for us. Even with buying stand alone travel insurance though I suspect this option (for us) would come out ahead.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Masked Bandit View Post
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    Thanks for the link, the first one on there is MBNA with basically the same perks as the outgoing Capital One. 2% earn, better annual bonus (20,000 points or $200 value) same annual fee of $120. What am I missing here?
    Looks like it’s just a onetime welcome bonus of $200, not an annual bonus

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    Quote Originally Posted by sabad66 View Post
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    Looks like it’s just a onetime welcome bonus of $200, not an annual bonus
    There's an extra 10,000 points ($100) if you sign up for electronic documents but I get the point that it's not an annual bonus like Capital One was.
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    Quote Originally Posted by adam c View Post
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    Westjet and their mastercard are offering up to 3% on WJ Dollars or credit statement

    https://westjetrbcmc-offer.com/westjet/enroll
    Thanks for this. I had no idea it was happening, they didn't do a great job of promoting it, IMO.

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    Looks like Rogers is planning on launching a Muse card in October:
    https://www.reddit.com/r/PersonalFin...tm_name=iossmf

    Muse is a new high end tier of Mastercards (higher than World Elite) which competes against high end amex/visa infinite privilege products.

    Income requirement is pretty high at 125k/200k household, but according to that reddit thread they are going to offer upgrades to their existing WE customers with first year free so it could be worth signing up for it just to get that offer

    im sure other issuers are looking to launch Muse products soon so will be interesting to see what else is going to be out there

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    Will be interesting to see the minimum yearly spend and actual annual fee
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