A Fun New Partnership

Travis Hrubeniuk
April 14 2014 11:47AM


We here at JetsNation.ca, along with our brothers throughout the Nations network, are quite pleased to announce a new partnership with Scotiabank and their new NHL ScotiaHockey Debit Card.

I think after three years of missing the playoffs in this city, Winnipeg Jets fans would agree with me when I say that sometimes change is a good thing.  Heck, many of you have been calling for some change for quite some time now.  Especially when that change can lead to a few extra saves and a heck of a lot more winning.

I’m in my early 20s and I’ve worked in the financial service field in the past. So, out of general interest I was quick to jump right into this opportunity with Scotiabank to learn more. Admittedly I was looking for a change from what I’ve dealt with in the past, and this was the perfect opportunity for me to see what else was out there.  After all, my exposure to the financial industry has been pretty narrow-sighted thus far and my nerd self is always looking to learn about new stuff. 

I’ve got to say; I’ve liked what I’ve experienced thus far.     

I’m a pretty simple guy.  I go to school, I love hockey, I like things that work with ease, and like most Winnipeggers I quite enjoy things that save me money.  So this new ScotiaHockey NHL Debit Card and the Student Banking Advantage account were right up my alley.  As long as I’m in school (which is going to be quite a while still) I don’t have to pay a monthly account fee and I get unlimited debit transactions, which will save me a load of money down the road.  It took maybe five minutes to get myself all set up with Scotia’s online and mobile services, and best yet, I get to rep the Jets everywhere I go.  

It gets even better than just having that flashy card added to my wallet.  Every time I use my ScotiaHockey Debit Card, I get entered to win some prizes that any hockey fan would die for.  I’m talking trips to the Stanley Cup Finals, or next year’s NHL Face-Off celebrations, tickets to regular season hockey games, NHL GameCenter Live subscriptions, and gift cards for the NHL.com store.  I don’t know about you, but my old debit card didn’t offer many surprises outside of not registering at the occasional terminal. 

To sum up, I’ve opened a new account that won’t cost me a dime, I have access to easy-to-use (and secure) online and mobile banking options, a debit card that is cool to look at, decked out with the latest security and payment options and lets me show off my Jets pride (heck, you could pick from any NHL team if you really wanted to). To top it all off, I increase my odds of winning some pretty spectacular prizes every time I buy something. 

For more information on the ScotiaHockey NHL Debit Card and the Hockey Adventure of a Lifetime contest, you can click here

If you really want to see NHL fandom at its finest – and funniest, check out this ScotiaHockey NHL Debit Card video.

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