A look at the new Air Canada Aeroplan small business co-brand credit cards + MORE Nov 17th

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November 27 Update: Aeroplan contest winners, 40,000 bonus Be Well points at Rexall and tell us your Mobile Device Insurance stories + MORE Nov 28th

The "Big Five" Canadian banks offer credit cards and include Royal Bank of Canada, Toronto Dominion Bank (TD Canada Trust), Bank of Nova Scotia, Bank of Montreal and Canadian Imperial Bank of Commerce (CIBC). Did you know that there are many other options? November 27 Update: Aeroplan contest.... More »
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Rewards Canada Clash of the Reward Charts! Amex Fixed Points for Travel versus RBC Avion Air Travel Redemption + MORE Dec 1st

Welcome to next Rewards Canada Clash! If you listened to our podcast from June entitled Clash of the Credit Cards - you'll know that we've changed our Showdown features to Clashes. The reason why is that lots of sites and blogs are using Showdown now, some are using battle so we wanted t.... More »
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AIR MILES Shop the Block is here - Earn up to 1,200 bonus miles for using multiple partners + MORE Nov 20th

 The annual AIR MILES Shop the Block event launched today and presents a really nice bonus mile earning opportunity for AIR MILES collectors. If you meet the requirement of using Shop the Block coupons at 3 or more sponsors you'll be awarded with up to 1,200 Rewards Miles over and above th.... More »
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AIR MILES Shops pre-Black Friday offer: 10x miles sitewide for shopping online + MORE Nov 24th

 AIR MILES revealed their pre-Black Friday online shopping offer today that provides 10x the miles site wide:Get 10x the AIR MILES® Reward Miles on qualifying purchases from 00:00:01 a.m. ET on November 23 to 23:59:59 p.m. ET on November 26, 2020. Offer applies to the total base Miles collec.... More »
The Marriott Bonvoy American Express Card will earn extra points on Marriott stays, restaurant and gas station purchases until January 3An amazing new offer came out today for the Marriott Bonvoy American Express Card! This offer does not require registration which means it is open to all existing and new cardholders. Yes even if you don’t have the card and get it you can get this bonus but you’ll want to do it sooner than later so as to maximize the amount of points you get. Big shout out to Rewards Canada contributor Jeff W. for alerting us to this offer!Here are the details of the offer revealed today: Earn a total of 10 points for every $1 in eligible Card purchases at participating Marriott Bonvoy hotels, up to 25,000 bonus points. That’s an additional 5 points for every $1 on top of the standard earn rate of 5 points.Earn a total of 5 points for every $1 in Card purchases at eligible restaurants (including eligible takeout and food delivery) in Canada, up to 15,000 bonus points. That’s an additional 3 points for every $1 on top of the standard earn rate of 2 points. Earn a total of 5 points for every $1 in Card purchases at eligible gas stations in Canada, up to 1,500 bonus points…

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With the national average home price up a record 18.5% in August 2020 compared to the same time last year, more Canadians than ever have a significant portion of their wealth tied up in their homes.
Who are these “house rich” homeowners? They range widely—from retirees on a fixed income, to baby boomers who’d like to help their adult kids financially, to young parents struggling to save due to the high cost of living and childcare.
Many are now looking at ways to access the  equity in their homes. These include refinancing their traditional mortgage, obtaining a home equity line of credit (HELOC) or getting a reverse mortgage. But how can you determine which option is best for you? To help you decide, we’ve outlined four common scenarios of house-rich homeowners, and how—or if—they should go about tapping into the equity in their properties.
Scenario 1: Pensioners who need to increase cash flow
While lucky enough to have company pensions, these retirees underestimated their post-work cash-flow needs…

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15% bonus when you convert HSBC Rewards (Canada) points to Singapore Airlines KrisFlyer In what can be considered a rarity – there are two airline transfer bonuses that you can take advantage of right now if you have the HSBC World Elite Mastercard or any other HSBC card that offers rewards for miles. The first offer we let you know about earlier this month is the 35% bonus for transferring HSBC Rewards points to British Airways Executive Club and now comes this offer for Singapore Airlines KrisFlyer.Between now and December 27 when you transfer points from HSBC Rewards to your Singapore Airlines KrisFlyer account you’ll receive 15% bonus KrisFlyer Miles.With HSBC Rewards points in Canada you have to convert a minimum of 25,000 points and that amount points will net you 9,000 KrisFlyer Miles. As you can see however from the above screen capture from Singapore Airlines they will only give you the bonus if 10,000 or more miles post in a single transaction. This means you would have to transfer 27,778 points to get 10,000 miles however HSBC won’t let you convert that specific amount…

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A look at the new Air Canada Aeroplan small business co-brand credit cards  Next up in our coverage of the new Air Canada Aeroplan program is our look at the small business co-brand credits for the program. We’ll cover all the cards here in one post rather than an individual post for each card like we did for the consumer cards. There are two levels of business cards that are offered for the Aeroplan program. American Express is the issuer of the higher end business card while TD and CIBC are offering what I would consider as mid-level cards as they don’t provide as much as the American Express card but aren’t entry level cards either.Remember you’ll be able to find this article and all of our other articles and features on the following page:The New Air Canada Aeroplan Program All the resources you needWe’ll start off by looking the premium card for Aeroplan’s suite of business cards the American Express Business Reserve card: American Express Business Reserve CardThe Welcome BonusThe limited time welcome bonus matches the consumer version of this card with an offer of up to 65,000 Aeroplan points and a $100 statement credit…

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