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?
People deferring their mortgage payments are making an unpleasant discovery: it can wreck your credit rating Mar 30th
Deferring payment on your mortgage buys you time to deal with COVID-19’s economic havoc, but the people behind your credit score might just see bad news..... More »
August 11 Update: The new Aeroplan program revealed, new podcast episode on airline refunds & 12 new miles and points bonuses + MORE Aug 11th
Not much news out today other than the huge news about the new Aeroplan program. Read our post here about the new program and keep an eye for more posts over the next few days dissecting the various aspects of the program from credit cards to pros and cons and more. I decided to take more .... More »
May 14 Update: Receive 50% more value on hotel vouchers for future travel to Australia/New Zealand, don't use PayPal for Aeroplan's eStore co-brand card promotion & more! + MORE May 15th
Think you might travel to Australia or New Zealand by 2022? There is a pretty amazing offer from Swiss Belhotel. For a limited time you can get 50% more value by buying vouchers for future stays at their New Zealand and Australia Hotels. That's right - 50% more. Buy a $1,000 voucher and you'll ge.... More »
Now is a good time to pay off your student loans and tuition using points and miles via HigherEdPoints + MORE Apr 16th
A few weeks ago I was contacted by Suzanne Tyson from HigherEdPoints.com after my post on Shifting your loyalty program strategy to help during these trying and tough financial times and she reminded me about their service and how right now may actually be the best time to use them. In my piece we l.... More »
If yesterday's news is any indication - the relaunch Air Canada Aeroplan program that is slated to come to us later this year is something to look forward to. An email was sent out to all Aeroplan members on Monday that revealed some changes coming to Aeroplan's mileage expiration policy. In the poi.... More »
After enrolling in brand loyalty programs, amassing frequent flier miles, and getting a credit card with great rewards, what’s next? Many airports have started offering their own rewards programs, earning you bonus points for everything from duty-free shopping to parking. Whether you’re an occasional traveller or a seasoned globetrotter, take advantage of these programs to earn a little extra back.
Thanks Again – United States
Thanks Again is a United States-based rewards program covering over 100 airports, including multiple destinations in popular snowbird states like Florida and California. When signing up for Thanks Again, you can enter details for up to 99 credit cards. Whenever you use one of your cards at participating airport businesses, you’ll earn a point for every dollar spent.
To redeem your points, visit their online dashboard and browse rewards. Popular options include Amazon, Uber, and Visa prepaid gift cards. If you’d rather use your rewards to keep the vacation going, you can do that too…