Canada’s best Mastercard credit cards 2020

Dec 13 15:12 2019 Print This Article

As one of the top credit card companies in the world, Mastercard is both extremely popular and also nearly universally accepted. For those already banking at BMO Bank of Montreal, a major Canadian bank that associates with Mastercard, these cards may offer all the perks you’re after, along with opportunities to “double dip” on rewards or loyalty programs. Whether you’re looking to earn points or cash, travel more or keep your interest rates down, chances are there’s a Mastercard for you on this list. (Want to consider more options? Click here to browse our full list of the best credit cards in Canada.)

The best Mastercard credit cards in Canada

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