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The SCENE Visa credit card is a no-fee rewards card with a minimum credit limit of $500. It’s also one of the most popular no-fee credit card options in Canada.
The big draw? The card is affiliated with the Cineplex Entertainment rewards program, SCENE, Every dollar spent with the SCENE Visa earns users one SCENE point, while every dollar spent at Cineplex Entertainment (whether you're actually at the theatre or online) rewards you with five SCENE points.
The SCENE Visa arrives with an interesting introductory offer: normally, you earn 1 SCENE point per $1 spent, but if you apply for the card now, they'll ramp up the earn rate by a factor of five. Meaning, you'll be able to earn 2,500 SCENE points on the first $500 you spend on the card within the first three months.
Two thousand SCENE points is equivalent to two regular price adult tickets. Points can be redeemed for other Cineplex Entertainment goods. Alternatively, you can spend them at participating stores and restaurants such as Sport Chek, Swiss Chalet, Harvey’s, Montana’s, and East Side Mario’s.
This offer is available to new cardholders who apply before June 30, 2019.
Interest rates on most purchases with the SCENE Visa card is 19.99%. For cash advances, balance transfers, and Scotia Credit Card Cheques, the rate is 22.99%.
Why get the SCENE Visa credit card?
Join one of Canada’s most popular rewards programs - Every time you make a purchase, you’re a little closer to seeing the latest blockbuster for free. It’s basically a movie pass.
More than just movies - SCENE Visa card points can be redeemed for a wide array of rewards at a number of retailers.
Bring someone else on board - A second card is offered to users at no extra cost. Finding a second cardholder means SCENE points will add up at double the rate.
Get reassurance for unexpected challenges - Cardholders have the option of purchasing additional benefits. Acquiring these benefits requires a pay-in that is proportional to the average daily balance on the card, while the value of the benefits is calculated in a similar manner. They include coverage for disabilities, job loss, strike or lockout, and critical illness or loss of life.