Amazon.ca Rewards Mastercard Value & Points Calculator

Amazon.ca Rewards Mastercard

The MBNA Amazon Rewards Mastercard is a great option for Amazon Prime members looking to earn 2.5% back on Amazon purchases, but outside of that there's not much else to the card. It offers purchase assurance and extended warranty like most MBNA credit cards.

Rewards Rates

Up To 2.5%
Earn 2.5% back on Amazon purchases made as a Prime member or 1.5% back as a non-Prime member.
Up To 2.5%
Earn 2.5% back on Whole Foods Market stores purchases made as a Prime member or 1.5% back as a non-Prime member.
Up To 2.5%
Earn 2.5% back on Foreign Currency purchases made as a Prime member and 1% back as a non-Prime member.
1%
All other card purchases will earn 1% back.

Key Cardholder Benefits

  • As an MBNA Cardholder, you will receive 10% off the lowest base rates renting cars in Canada and the United States and 5% off the lowest base rates when renting cars internationally.

Rewards Value

Amazon Rewards Points earned with the Amazon.ca Rewards Mastercard are worth 1 cent each. This means that 100 points has a cash value of $1 in Amazon.ca purchases.

Once you reach 2,000 Amazon Rewards points, you will automatically receive a $20 Amazon.ca gift card. This card will be linked to the credit card within two billing cycles.

Annual Fees

The MBNA Amazon.ca Rewards Mastercard has a $0 annual fee.

Amazon Points Calculator

Input your monthly and yearly spend amounts into the Amazon.ca Mastercard point calculator to see how many Amazon points you can earn. Compare the results side by side up to 2 credit cards to find out which cards are best for you.

Any spend entered into the primary card column (the first column) will carry over to all credit card calculators on the site, so there's no need to re-enter spend when viewing other credit cards.

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