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October 9 Update: Purchase Give A Mile's limited edition Pilsner to help fund flights of compassion, Amex Centurion Lounge in JFK now open & Turkish Airlines further delays Vancouver launch + MORE Oct 10th
Shout to our friends at Give A Mile who sent us their limited edition Reservoir Pigs Pilsner brewed by Calgary's Village Brewery. A portion of each sale of this beer goes to Give A Miles to help provide their flights of compassion. As you may or may not know we have been partnered with Gi.... More »
Here is the weekly wind up of all the blog posts from the past week here on Rewards Canada:Amazing award night redemption opportunity at the new Radisson Blu Hotel Toronto (Book by October 25) Earlier this week we let you know that the first Radisson Blu Hotel in Canada opened up its….... More »
In a somewhat surprising move on October 21, 2020, WestJet announced it will be issuing refunds to the original form of payment to travellers who had their flights cancelled due to COVID-19. You would think this would have been an obvious move back in March 2020, but airlines are notorious for holdi.... More »
September 23 Update: Spend $350 at William Ashley get $50 with Amex Offers, weekly beauty bonuses from Rexall & Shoppers plus WestJet adds Dreamliner to Vancouver-Toronto route Sep 24th
Earlier in the week I brought you the details of the new Amex Offers offer for Amazon Prime (looks like it met the 5,000 member limit quickly) but I forgot to mention on that same day that an offer for William Ashley returned. The offer provides a $50 statement credit when you spend at leas.... More »
Marriott has a lot of different discount offers and codes out in the market that provide various savings at their locations in Canada and around the globe. Many provide discounts in the range of 15 to 25% and this offer is at the level of up to 25% off. When using promo code D3Q you'll get up .... More »
Unlike the major banks and payday lenders in Canada, the alternative lending market is less directly regulated, and that can expose consumers to greater risks when borrowing, Lesley-Anne Scorgie writes.