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With more and more cards to choose from, as well as improved airline credit cards like that from Air Canada/Aeroplan, American Express has further enhanced the Amex Gold Rewards card—albeit with an annual fee of $250. Plus, your card comes in one of two all-new metal colours, gold or rose gold.
AMEX Gold Rewards card quick facts
Annual Fee$250Rewards2 points per $1 spent on travel, gas, groceries and drug store purchases in Canada; 1 point per $1 on everything elseWelcome Offer50,000 points when you charge $3,000 in purchases to your card in your first 3 months; additional 10,000 points when you make a purchase between 14 and 17 months
Income RequirementNone specifiedPurchase interest rateNone—this is a charge card and you’re required to pay off your balance in full every monthBest featuresFlexible travel redemptions, competitive transfer options to partners like Aeroplan and Marriott Bonvoy, up to $100 annual travel credit, $50 NEXUS creditWho it’s good forFrequent flyers, savvy points collectors
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Under the new Aeroplan program, earn rates remain pretty much the same as before, with the notable exception that drug store purchases are no longer a bonus spending category. For travel-related perks, the loyalty program has changed for the better, with both new and updated Aeroplan-branded credit cards. Beefed-up travel insurance, free luggage check for your first bag, preferred pricing, and points that never expire are just a few of the welcome tweaks to cards in the Aeroplan family…