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BMO Ascend World Elite Mastercard review 2022If you’re itching to travel again, BMO has a card designed to help you get there. With an attractive insurance package and perks like airport lounge access, the BMO Ascend World Elite Mastercard seeks to tempt users into the BMO Rewards program. But here’s the big question: Is the card good enough to justify the $150 annual fee? We delve into what the card offers and show you exactly how it stacks up against other travel reward cards.
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BMO Ascend World Elite Mastercard quick facts
BMO Ascend World Elite Mastercard*

Annual fee: $150 (waived for the first year) 
Interest rates: 20.99% purchases, 23.99% cash advances (21.99% for Quebec residents) 
Welcome offer: Get 60,000 points when you sign up for the card.
Earn rate: 5 points per $1 on travel, 3 points per $1 on dining and entertainment, 1 point per $1 on everything else
Income requirement: $80,000 annually or $150,000 household
Perks: Access to over 1 million Wi-Fi hotspots all over the world, BMO concierge service, extended warranty, purchase protection and BMO World Elite travel and medical protection

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5 things you need to know about the BMO Ascend World Elite Mastercard

The card lets you collect BMO travel rewards
The BMO Rewards program allows you to earn BMO Points on your credit card purchases, redeemable for travel expenses such as flights (including all taxes), hotels, cruises and vacation packages…

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