HSBC +Rewards™ Mastercard® (QC only)

This offer is only available to residents of Quebec (Canadian residents outside of Quebec eligible for separate offer).

*Beta version of card page. Sign up to get updated guide soon.*

A good offer with no minimum income requirement (and a good card for those who don't always pay on-time)


in travel rewards after 6 months (no minimum spend)

The HSBC +Rewards Mastercard has a very decent welcome bonus for a card in this category. The welcome bonus has no minimum spend amount and the card has no minimum income requirement.

The welcome bonus is worth $150 based on our Flytrippers Valuation and HSBC points are extremely easy to use: they can be applied to any travel expense (but they can’t be transferred to airline programs unlike the HSBC World Elite Mastercard’s points).

Flytrippers strongly recommends never carrying a balance on any credit card. But if you do, this card has a very low interest rate of 11.9%.

The card has a lower earn rate, and limited insurance coverage and benefits, as most cards with very low annual fees do.

However, the HSBC +Rewards Mastercard has a retail benefit that very few cards have: the Price Protection Service. If you find a lower price within 60 days of your purchase, the difference will be refunded ($500 maximum).

The card is also accepted at Costco.

Offer ends January 31, 2022.

*Terms and Conditions apply
®/TM Mastercard and World Elite are registered trademarks, and the circles design is a trademark of Mastercard International Incorporated. Used pursuant to license.

Welcome bonus of 35,000 HSBC Rewards points
= $175 (fixed value of 0.5¢/pt)

Card fee
= $25 (deducted from total)

Flytrippers Valuation of Welcome Bonus
= $150 in free travel
(fixed value)

+ all points earned with your regular purchases

Earn rate as fixed-value points (= 0.5¢ per HSBC Rewards point):

  • 2 pts (1.0%) per $ on eligible dining and entertainment
  • 1 pt (0.5%) per $ on eligible purchases

The HSBC +Rewards card’s points are fixed-value points, so they give you great flexibility but can not give you outsized unlimited value (they can’t give you a good deal or a “rebate” compared to the cash price).

HSBC points are among the most flexible points: they are “eraser” points. They can be applied to any travel expense as a travel credit that simply “erases” the expense.

Your 35,000 HSBC points will be worth $175 and can be applied to any travel booking.

Unlike the points from the HSBC World Elite Mastercard, you do not have the option to transfer your points to airline partners to use them as potentially more valuable variable-value points.

More details about HSBC Points coming soon.

Price Protection Service (60 days; $500)
Purchase protection (90 days)
Extended warranty (1 year)

Detailed article on the credit card coming soon

HSBC +Rewards Mastercard

Offer Summary
  • $150 in free travel
  • Easy-to-use fixed-value points
  • Low interest rate for those who don't pay on-time
  • Unique Price Protection Service
  • No travel insurance coverage (retail ins. only)
  • Accepted at Costco
  • No minimum income required
  • No minimum spend amount to reach
  • Terms and conditions apply*

Detailed article on the credit card coming soon

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