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Treat Yourself to Rewards with the BMO Eclipse Visa Infinite Card


Dec 02, 2020 3 min read

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This blog post is sponsored by BMO. Read our advertiser disclosure.

It’s easy to feel stuck in a daily cycle of working, eating, and sleeping, especially during the COVID-19 pandemic. Treating yourself to something nice, either big or small, can help you break the cycle, but you may be worried about breaking the bank. Seeing your credit card bill after paying for groceries or gas might discourage you from making any extra purchases, like takeout or delivery. Wouldn’t it be great to make everyday purchases and earn rewards that you could use instantly?

With the BMO eclipse Visa Infinite* Card, you can easily earn BMO Rewards points on everyday purchases, and you can redeem these points towards almost any purchase. Earn 5x the points for every dollar you spend on gas, transit, groceries, and dining in or out. You need to eat, so why not get rewarded with extra points at the same time? 

When you become a BMO eclipse Visa Infinite* cardholder, paying with points you’ve earned is a simple three-step process:

  1. Sign into your BMO Rewards account and select the Pay with Points tab

  2. Browse your recent transactions and select which eligible purchase you want to redeem points for

  3. Choose how many points you would like to redeem toward your purchase

You could redeem points on things that you’ve been hesitant to spend on this year. Want to subscribe to a new streaming service? Use BMO Rewards points to pay your monthly subscription fees. Eager to try a meal kit delivery service and get better at cooking? Use points you’ve earned to give it a try. Hungry for takeout after a long work week? Use points to easily pay for delivery. In fact, you could shop for groceries to earn BMO Rewards points and treat yourself to a nice home-delivered meal by paying with those same points! 

Eager to go on a trip once the pandemic is over? You could also save BMO Rewards points and use them in the future for flights, hotels, car packages, and vacation packages. Redeem your points for the retail price of your trip, including all flight charges and taxes. Earn points now with a Visa Infinite* Card and start planning out your future dream vacation today.

You can also use BMO Rewards points on a wide range of handpicked merchandise and gift cards from popular brands and retailers. The BMO Rewards shop is updated regularly with new merchandise and curated monthly special offers.

Earn up to 40,000 points and waive the $120 annual fee when you sign up for a BMO eclipse Visa Infinite* Card before October 31, 2021. Plus, get a $50 annual lifestyle credit to spend however you want. To qualify for a Visa Infinite* Card, your minimum annual income should be $60,000 as an individual or $100,000 as a combined household. 

Get the most value out of your day-to-day purchases and spend points exactly how you want to with a BMO eclipse Visa Infinite* Card. You deserve to treat yourself.

This post was sponsored by BMO. The views and opinions expressed in this blog, however, are those of Borrowell. BMO is not responsible for maintaining or monitoring the accuracy of information on this website.

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