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[PROMOTION] 10,000 Sign up Bonus Points with Rogers First Rewards MasterCard (expired on December 1, 2014)
We have been wishing for brands like Apple to come out with one of these. It was only a matter of time before one of these companies decided to take its initial steps into the credit card world. Rogers Bank releases its first credit card, the Rogers First Rewards MasterCard this year acting as a loyalty token for Rogers affiliated clients.
The Rogers First Rewards MasterCard is offering a higher than normal sign up bonus provides us with the following benefits:
Earn 5,000 sign up bonus points after your first purchase
Earn another 5,000 points with your first purchase by January 15, 2015 (sign up before December 1, 2014)
Earn 2 points for every $1 spent on all purchases
Earn 4 points for every $1 spent on Rogers bill payments
Now for a big Rogers spender, this is captivating to the eyes. As the points don’t have a redemption expiry date, if you’re waiting for a phone or movie to come out in the following year, you can be sure that your points are safe and sound in your Rogers account until you are ready to use them. For someone who’s home phone, mobile phone, Internet and cable bill relies on Rogers, this becomes a winning point.
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