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A look at how the current TD Aeroplan Visa Infinite Card sign up offer of up to 40,000 miles can provide huge value! Sep 17th
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September 11 Update: Air Canada upgauges Ottawa-London while cutting Ottawa-Frankfurt, Amex adds Vancouver's TransLink as a merchant & much more! + MORE Sep 12th
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New offer for the CIBC Dividend Visa Infinite Card - 10% Cash Back for first 4 months & first year annual fee rebate + MORE Sep 10th
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Back to school season is officially in full swing. If you haven’t finished shopping for your school-bound child, you’ll most likely be hitting the mall soon to get it all done. This is an expensive time of year for parents trying to get their children prepared for back to class. According to a survey by the shopping site Ebates, parents of post-secondary aged children expect to spend up to $198 per child and parents of pre-schoolers expect to spend $147.
If you have several children headed back to school in September, you could be looking at a several hundred-dollar bills to get them ready. This is the second busiest shopping season of the year. Only at Christmas and the holidays do we spend more. Many of us have already accumulated debt from all the summer fun we have been having. Don’t make it worse by racking up more charges on your credit card.
Shop at home first
Always start your back to school shopping in your child’s own closet. During the hot summer months, it’s easy to forget about what fall and winter items your children own…