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Flexi Visa*

  • Interest rate: 10.9%
  • Annual fee: none
  • BONUSDOLLARS note or cash back: none
  • Travel insurance: 3 days free
Learn more - Flexi Visa card

Cash Back

Bonus Visa*

    • Interest rate: 19.9%
    • Annual fee: none
    • Rewards program: up to 2% of your purchases in BONUSDOLLARS note
    • Travel insurance: 3 days free
Learn more - Bonus Visa card

Cash Back World Elite® Mastercard®

    • Interest rate: 19.9%
    • Annual fee: $100
    • Cash back: Up to 4% on your purchases
    • Travel insurance: 3 days free
    • Minimum income: $80,000 personal or $150,000 household
Learn more - Cash Back World Elite Mastercard card

Odyssey® Gold Visa*

  • Interest rate: 19.9%
  • Annual fee: $110
  • Rewards program: up to 2% of your purchases in BONUSDOLLARS®
  • Travel insurance: Comprehensive, up to 60 days
Learn more - Odyssey® Gold Visa* card

Odyssey® World Elite® Mastercard®

    • Interest rate: 19.9%
    • Annual fee: $130
    • Rewards program: up to 3% of your purchases in BONUSDOLLARS®
    • Travel insurance: Comprehensive, up to 60 days
    • Minimum income: $80,000 personal or $150,000 household
Learn more - Odyssey® World Elite® Mastercard® card

Odyssey® Visa* Infinite Privilege

  • Interest rate: 9.9%
  • Annual fee: $295 (members), $395 (non-members)
  • Rewards program: up to 4% of your purchases in BONUSDOLLARS®
  • Travel insurance: Comprehensive, up to 60 days
  • Minimum income: $150,000 personal or $200,000 household
Learn more - Odyssey Visa Infinite Privilege card

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Discover the perks of the Desjardins bonusdollars Rewards Program. It's easy and flexible!

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Annual fee and fixed annual interest rate are subject to change without prior notice.

® BONUSDOLLARS is a registered trademark of Fédération des caisses Desjardins du Québec.

  1. You have 25 days from the date the monthly statement is issued to pay the full balance on your account without interest (except on cash advances and cheques). The minimum payment due is 5% of the total statement balance. This means the balance shown on your account statement for the previous period, any interest or monthly instalments that were not paid on the due date for that period, your regular purchases, any cash advances from the current statement period, plus the interest charged on those cash advances. This amount will also include any other amounts due under your credit card contract. Here are some examples of applicable interest charges for a standard 30-day billing cycle: If the regular annual interest rate is 10.9% and your average daily outstanding balance is $100, you'd be charged $0.89 in interest. If it's $500, you'd be charged $4.47 in interest, and if it's $1,000 you'd be charged $8.95 in interest.
  2. You have 21 days from the date the monthly statement is issued to pay the full balance on your account without interest (except on cash advances and cheques). The minimum payment due is 5% of the total statement balance. This means the balance shown on your account statement for the previous period, any interest or monthly instalments that were not paid on the due date for that period, your regular purchases, any cash advances from the current statement period, plus the interest charged on those cash advances. This amount will also include any other amounts due under your credit card contract. Here are some examples of applicable interest charges for a standard 30-day billing cycle: If the regular annual interest rate is 19.9% and your average daily outstanding balance is $100, you'd be charged $1.64 in interest. If it's $500, you'd be charged $8.18 in interest, and if it's $1,000 you'd be charged $16.36 in interest.
  3. You have 21 days from the date the monthly statement is issued to pay the full balance on your account without interest (except on cash advances and cheques). The minimum payment due is 5% of the total statement balance. This means the balance shown on your account statement for the previous period, any interest or monthly instalments that were not paid on the due date for that period, your regular purchases, any cash advances from the current statement period, plus the interest charged on those cash advances. This amount will also include any other amounts due under your credit card contract. Here are some examples of applicable interest charges for a standard 30-day billing cycle: If the regular annual interest rate is 9.9% and your average daily outstanding balance is $100, you'd be charged $0.81 in interest. If it's $500, you'd be charged $4.07 in interest, and if it's $1,000 you'd be charged $8.14 in interest.