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?
September 3 Update: 10x Aeroplan Miles for Apple purchases starting tomorrow, Amex Cobalt Multipliers update & lots of new credit card offers coming this week + MORE Sep 4th
Needing to buy Apple products? Wait until tomorrow if you can as the Aeroplan eStore will once again be offering 10x the miles on Apple purchases. This works for all eligible online purchases, even those you pick up in store! This is how I have been doing all my Apple purchases now, buy online an.... More »
We continue our in-depth look at all the new TD card offers that came out earlier this month. TD really upped the game on most of their cards for this quarter hence the increased coverage. We've already covered the TD Aeroplan Visa Infinite Card and the TD First Class Visa Infinite Card, now t.... More »
A look at how the current TD Aeroplan Visa Infinite Card sign up offer of up to 40,000 miles can provide huge value! Sep 17th
Earlier this month TD came out with an amazing new offer for the TD Aeroplan Visa Infinite Card. The offer provides the best ever welcome bonus of up to 40,000 Aeroplan Miles and a first year annual fee rebate for the primary card. The 40,000 Aeroplan Miles welcome bonus is broken down into .... More »
August 21 Update: Amex Cobalt 5x points cap now in effect, bonus points for stays at the Delta Hotel Ottawa City Centre & more! Aug 22nd
Just a reminder that as of yesterday the annual $30,000 cap on 5x points for eats and drinks on the American Express Cobalt Card took effect. If you have spent that much or more up until yesterday there is no need to worry as existing cardholders get to start from $0 as of the 20th. Thereafter it .... More »
October 8 Update: 20% Bonus for converting hotel points to Etihad Guest, Double Avios on all Accor Hotel stays Worldwide including Fairmont & more bonus offers Oct 8th
Today was primarily a bonus offer day on our websites! There are definitely a couple you may want to check out.The first offer is more so for our mileage and program maximizers as it is quite program specific. It is the return of Etihad Guest's transfer bonus offer. This is similar in vain to Aerop.... More »
August is here and the three words that most kids dread have returned – Back to School! Yes it is time to start thinking about Back to School shopping and if you are like me, a lot of that shopping will be done online. When you online shop you should always try to go through an online shopping portal like Aeroplan’s eStore, and more so when they have a bonus offer event like this one! To celebrate back to school the eStore is offering up to 7x the miles for shopping via select retailers until August 18. Here are just some of the retailers that have bonuses for this event:Amazon – 5x milesGap – 5x miles Indigo – 7x milesMicrosoft – 3x miles Sephora – 5x miles Under Armour – 7x milesNot only will you earn the bonus miles for shopping during this event via the eStore you can earn additional Aeroplan miles by making those purchases on an Aeroplan affiliated co-brand credit card like the American Express AeroplanPlus Gold Card or the TD Aeroplan Visa Infinite card. On top of that you can also earn points with specific retailer’s loyalty programs like Chapters Indigo’s Plum Rewards or Sephora’s Beauty Insider…
Your phone can answer your questions in the amount of time it takes you to type it in or, quite literally, ask it. It wakes you up in the morning, tells you the weather, and keeps you connected. It can even pay for your morning coffee. But, if you can pay with your phone in an instant, you had better be able to track those purchases just as quickly. This mindless spending could create bad financial habits.
Here are five financial apps that can help you organize your spending and capitalize on your rewards.
When you download the free KOHO app you can sign up for a Personal or Joint spending account. KOHO works like a debit card, but is accepted everywhere Visa is, allowing you to stick to your goals and never pay interest.
KOHO allows users to preload their budget, automate savings, set goals, and track spending. KOHO rewards users with 0.5 percent cashback on all purchases, up to 12.5 percent cashback when referring friends and family, and can help you save with RoundUps.
RoundUps can be set to the nearest $1, $2, $5 or $10…