MBNA is a financial services company that is a subsidiary of Bank of America Corporation, with locations in Canada, United Kingdom, Ireland and Spain. MBNA issues credit cards and provides comprehensive travel insurance, identity protection and account balance protection. MBNA also offers a credit card rewards program that allows you to earn points redeemable for products, gift tokens, travel discounts and cash. You can redeem your points online through the Canadian and United Kingdom websites.
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Visit MBNA.com. Click "Canada" in the menu option or click on the flag of Canada.
Click "Rewards" in the menu options, then click "MyworldPoints.ca." Click "Register" to create an account. Fill out the form, which asks for your personal information.
Log in to browse the rewards catalogue, which lists products and rewards points needed to select that product. Click on the picture of the item you want and enter the quantity and other information, such as size, colour or any characteristic that relates to the product. Click "Add to cart."
Review your shopping trolley to ensure you have selected the correct items. Click "Proceed to checkout."
Enter your name and address information and all other required fields. Click "Submit order" and review the confirmation page, which provides a transaction number. Print this page for your records.
Visit MBNA.com. Select "United Kingdom."
Click the "Card services and benefits" option then click "Rewards" under the "Card features" heading.
Log in to your online services. Click "Your account" and select "Redeem your points."
Browse through the reward item catalogue and select the items you want to redeem with your points. Add these items to your shopping trolley. When you are finished, click on "Checkout" to complete your order.
In the United Kingdom
Tips and warnings
- For most products, you can use cash if you don't have enough points accrued to purchase the item.
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