Holiday travel: 7 ways to snag an early deal using card rewards Oct 6th

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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November 10 Update: Today Only! 10x AIR MILES for online shopping, 10 Free AIR MILES & Fairmont Orchid Gold Experience + MORE Nov 11th

Just a friendly reminder that today only you can earn 10x AIR MILES Reward Miles for each purchase of $20 or more made via airmilesshops.ca - remember as well that Indigo is offering 10x Plum Points on purchases over $40 - so go via airmilessshops to score 10x AM and then 10x Plun Points! More detai.... More »
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April 13 Update: 25 Free AIR MILES, 100 Free ConnectMiles and save 50% on a second room with Starwood in EMEA + MORE Apr 13th

You can get 25 Free AIR MILES Reward Miles for subscribing to Lowes emails! Find out more here. (Bonus Miles will not be awarded to residents in Nova Scotia, New Brunswick, PEI, Newfoundland and Labrador)And speaking of free miles, over on FFB we detailed how you can get 100 Free Copa ConnectMiles -.... More »
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In the season of giving, here’s how to give tax-effectively + MORE Dec 8th

You only have until the end of December to take advantage of the "super credit" tax break for charitable donations, writes Gordon Pape..... More »
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January 29 Update: Case Study of a Fixed Return Card vs. a Reward Chart Card, Canadian North Aurora Rewards award ticket sale & lots more! + MORE Jan 29th

Our Case Study: Fixed Return Travel Card versus a Reward Chart Travel Card has been updated and relaunched. We removed it a couple of months ago as it used the Capital One Aspire World Elite Mastercard in the comparison and as we all know that card is no longer available for new applications. We hav.... More »

RBC says it has resolved technical problem with some credit card transactions + MORE Apr 7th

TORONTO _ Royal Bank of Canada says it has fixed technical issues that affected some credit card transactions this morning. Numerous people complained Friday morning via social media that their RBC Visa purchases were declined. At least one person was able to use an RBC Mastercard as an alternative .... More »
If you start planning your holiday trip now, your credit card can help you score major savings and travel perks, if you use travel portals, card benefits and other online tools.

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