April 12 Update: Air France KLM Flying Blue launches a family pooling option, up to a 2.4% interest rate with HSBC High Rate Savings & Alaska Airlines introduces $8 flat rate Wi-Fi + MORE Apr 12th

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Buy or gift Aeroplan Points with up to an 85% bonus + MORE May 10th

Aeroplan's has come out with another buy or gift points promotion where you can earn up to an 85% bonus. This tiered offer sees bonuses ranging from 50% to 85% dependent on how many points you buy. This offer runs until May 20, 2022 and allows members to buy up to 500,000 points per transaction .... More »
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Earn up to 45,000 Scene+ points with the Scotiabank Gold American Express Card + MORE Jun 22nd

The very popular Scotia Gold American Express Card is currently offering 45,000 points which are worth $450 towards any travel that you book via any method and charge to the card. The bonus is broken up into two separate requirements. the first 25,000 points are awarded when you spend at least $1.... More »
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The American Express card with the best initial welcome bonus right now is the Business Gold Rewards Card May 15th

 Just a few short days we saw eight of American Express Canada's consumer and business cards come out with new welcome bonus offers that are lower than previous offering. However there was one card from American Express that retained the same increased bonus as it is had through most of the spr.... More »
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Amex Shop Small promotion returns for the summer! Receive a $5 credit for every $10 you spend at up to 5 participating small businesses + MORE Jul 1st

 American Express Canada's awesome Shop Small offer is back for its summer run! This is an amazing promotion that many Amex Cardmembers eagerly await each year. For the next eight weeks Cardmembers are encouraged to use their Amex Card at participating Shop Small merchants to receive a $5 .... More »
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Are you getting the most out of your credit card rewards? + MORE Jul 9th

Credit card rewards points are awesome, if you can redeem them for things you actually want. We all have different goals and plans, and on top of that our spending habits and needs can change over time. That’s why having lots of options to choose from is key to a worthwhile rewards program. Let’.... More »
April 12 Update: Air France KLM Flying Blue launches a family pooling option, up to a 2.4% interest rate with HSBC High Rate Savings & Alaska Airlines introduces $8 flat rate Wi-FiHere’s your Rewards Canada Daily update! Your near daily dose of loyalty program, credit card and travel news, bonuses, deals and more. Be sure to subscribe to the Rewards Canada News email newsletter so that you don’t miss out on any loyalty program news and offers! You can subscribe to the newsletter here Air France KLM Flying Blue announced a new family pooling option to the program today. Similar to family pooling programs from Air Canada Aeroplan, British Airways Executive Club and other airline programs, Flying Blue members can now set up a “Flying Blue Family” for up to 8 people to share/pool miles so that it can be easier to get to an award. Learn more about Flying Blue Family here.With this new online free of charge service, any Flying Blue member over 18 years old can now create a “Flying Blue Family” and invite up to 7 other members. The leader of the Flying Blue Family can transfer Miles from the other members’ accounts to his or her own at any time. Miles shared in this way provide faster access to the programme’s rewards and offers, so everyone benefits!”Flying Blue Family” can group up to 8 relatives, with a maximum of 2 adults and 6 children…

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Guide to Canadian Credit Card Car Rental Collision Damage Waiver (CDW) Insurance Today we published a new detailed guide for Canadian Credit Card Car Rental Collision Damage Waiver (CDW) Insurance on the main Rewards Canada website. This guide takes a deep dive into one of the most popular and widely used benefits provided on most premium and ultra premium credit cards. It is one of the few insurance benefits that actually has front end value as it can save cardholders significant amounts of money by not having to pay for the car rental company’s insurance. That value can grow exponentially should the renter damage their rental car in an accident or if the car is stolen. However there are steps renters should take to make sure they are properly covered and not violating the terms of their card’s insurance policy and that’s where Rewards Canada’s new guide comes in handy.  Rewards Canada examined the policies of 70 credit cards and provides highlights of what is covered, what is excluded and brings forth terms and conditions that many cardholders may not even be aware of that can be crucial to them receiving or not receiving coverage…

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