Credit card signature requirements getting dropped by retailers Dec 4th

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?
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March 4 Update: Earn 5x Miles for Aeroplan eStore purchases, Aer Lingus postpones Montreal route until 2020 & Air Canada Worldwide Seat Sale + MORE Mar 5th

Check out the latest Aeroplan eStore bonus that offers 5x Aeroplan Miles for shopping at over 170+ retailers! This offer runs until March 10 Find out more here. The much anticipated route launch by Aer Lingus between Montreal and Dublin has now been shelved until 2020. Citing delays of their new A.... More »
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Meridian Gets Competitive; Posts Lowest Two-Year Fixed Mortgage Rate on the Market Mar 14th

Meridian is making news as of late, as it recently posted the lowest two-year fixed-interest rate in recent Canadian history, compared to the “Big Five” banks and other lenders on the market. As Ontario’s largest credit union, Meridian is offering a two-year fixed mortgage at 1.98 percent. T.... More »
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American Express Cobalt Card to have 5x points on Eats & Drinks capped at $30,000 per year starting this August + MORE Apr 9th

If you follow Rewards Canada on Twitter you'll have seen this news late last week. On Thursday Anshul at Points, Miles and Bling alerted us to a Reddit thread where someone who just received a new American Express Cobalt Card and the welcome package contained an insert. This insert stated that as of.... More »
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My credit score is 776 … and 815 … and 828?! + MORE Jan 11th

There have been huge changes to the credit scoring landscape in the past 15 years, and the average credit score is now at an all-time high. But I worry it's that way not because Americans are more creditworthy..... More »
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Credit card APRs heading upward again as Fed hikes rates + MORE Dec 20th

The Federal Reserve voted to raise its federal funds rate by a quarter point for the fourth time this year – all but ensuring credit card APRs will soon climb to a new record..... More »
No-signature retailers may be more common than signature retailers within the next year, according to a new study.

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