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There are 34 federal departments and agencies that allow citizens and others to pay for services with credit and debit cards. An internal briefing note, obtained by CBC News, shows that half of those institutions have flunked a global test designed to help ensure that personal inform.... More »
November 19 Update: Our Guide to Business Class Lounge Access has been updated, up to 10x miles for online shopping from Aeroplan & AIR MILES + MORE Nov 19th
We finally got around to updating our Guide to Business Class Lounge Access. It has more credit cards listed, pricing updates for single entries and annual memberships. Read the updated Guide here! We have also updated our Holiday Shopping piece with the latest online shopping bonuses from Aeroplan.... More »
Many cash back cards give you free money without having to worry about a surprise annual fee added to your balance..... More »
Food festivals are a great opportunity to indulge in all things tasty – but they can also satisfy your craving for rewards. Use these tips to earn maximum savings on food fairs this fall..... More »
As issuers move to cheaper, smarter alternatives to direct mail, you still have options to get access to the best credit card offers..... More »
Yesterday was the deadline for Aimia (the parent company of Aeroplan) to make a decision on the proposed takeover of Aeroplan by Air Canada, CIBC, TD & Visa. For the most part of the day it was quiet on the front of whether the bid would be accepted or rejected by Aimia. We finally got news just before 9pm Eastern that the bid was rejected. According to the press release from the Air Canada consortium they had been in talks with Aeroplan and actually sweetened the pot but in the end Aimia said no.There were hints this would be the case as the day prior, on August 1st, it was revealed that Aimia was in talks with the oneworld alliance which consists of 13 airlines and several other partner airlines included American Airlines, British Airways and Cathay Pacific. This potential partnership actually makes a lot of sense for both parties – Aeroplan would get access earn and burn access that its members would be accustomed to albeit with a different alliance and oneworld would get access to more Canadian consumers which they need as they are behind Star Alliance and SkyTeam in terms of presence in Canada…
Aimia Inc. says it remains open to negotiating a fair deal for the purchase of its Aeroplan loyalty program by Air Canada and its partners despite striking a deal with Toronto-based Porter Airlines and holding discussions with the Oneworld airline alliance.
Children are observers and parents unwittingly tend to do things just about guaranteed to show kids exactly what not to do with credit cards.