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May 22 Update: Netflix will be a 3x points streaming service for Scotia Gold Amex, some cards you should grab now and some you should wait for + MORE May 22nd
Last week we brought you a list of Streaming services that will earn 3x points on the Scotia Gold American Express as of August 1 and we missed Netflix on that list. We can confirm that Netflix is included. Others asked about Google or Amazon Prime and as Davidd418 commented on our post those pr.... More »
With a good travel credit card, travel suddenly becomes affordable. And it helps if you sign up for the right travel credit card—one that doesn’t just focus on points, but also has perks like companion flights, amazing insurance coverage and flexibility with transferring points between cards. Wh.... More »
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These days, nearly all credit cards include some kind of travel insurance. Like purchase protection, it’s an easy add-on to entice customers, but savvy Canadians know that not all insurance is created equal. Most travellers really only need to consider a few kinds of coverage: emergency medical, t.... More »
May 15 Update: Streaming services 3x points list for the Scotia Gold American Express Card, Alaska & El Al partner up, redeem AIR MILES Cash Miles at LCBO
I recently spoke with Scotia to find out which streaming services will earn 3x points on the Scotia Gold American Express come August 1. Here is the list that is confirmed so far: Apple MusicCineplex Digital Store Hulu iTunesKindleKobo SiriusXM SpotifyYou can learn more about this change and others coming to card here. Alaska Airlines announced yesterday a new partnership with El Al Israel Airlines which includes reciprocal frequent flyer benefits. El Al does fly to Toronto so if you take that flight you may want to start crediting it to Mileage Plan instead of El Al’s Matmid club. (Source Alaska Airlines)Both airlines will offer the opportunity for their members to earn miles while flying with the partner airline. Base miles flown on EL AL will also count toward elite status in Alaska’s Mileage Plan program. Additionally, EL AL travelers will be able to redeem their EL AL Matmid miles to book on Alaska flights in the future.AIR MILES has expanded their partnership with LCBO…
Credit card rewards come in many forms. From points to statement credits to cold-hard cash, a good rewards card maximizes on your everyday purchases and ultimately helps you save.
Reward credit cards generally offer different amounts of rebates for particular spending categories (gas, grocery, pharmacy purchases, etc.). And while there are so many options on the market, one distinctive feature between most rewards cards is whether it comes with an annual fee or not.
Cards with an annual service fee typically offer you more flexibility with a greater amount of cash-back or points for your purchases, whereas no-fee cards may offer a little less of a rebate with less opportunities to earn rewards.
That being said, there are still a number of great no-fee reward options. But how do you choose the card that will provide you with the most in savings?
To make the decision-making process easier, RateSupermarket.ca has a handy-dandy card comparison tool. And with all things considered, from sign-up bonuses to earning categories, we used our Best of Finance methodology to rank the cards that provided the most cash value…
Whether it’s rebating you in points, a statement credit, or cash-back in your bank account, a good rewards card maximizes on your everyday purchases and ultimately helps you save.
To determine which card will provide you with the most in savings, you must first evaluate your spending patterns to see which card caters best to your lifestyle.
Do you have a big family and find yourself constantly at the grocery store picking up items for dinner?
Or are you living your best life at the latest Instagram-worthy brunch spots every weekend?
Do you have the travel bug and spend a lot on flights and accommodations?
Or maybe your job requires you to do a lot of driving, and you’re stuck filling up the tank multiple times per week.
Rewards cards generally offer different amounts of cash-back for particular spending categories (gas, grocery, pharmacy purchases, etc.), and cash-back usually ranges anywhere from one to five per cent (if you’re getting less than one per cent in cash-back, please do us a favour and throw that card away)…
Let’s say your biggest monthly expense is gas; it’s a reality for a lot of people who maybe travel a lot for work or have a long daily commute. Or maybe you and the family go on a lot of road trips, or you just like long drives down country roads to “get away from it all.” No matter the case, you should capitalize on those trips to the pump with a good gas rewards credit card.
General rewards credit cards offer points or cash-back rewards for some spending categories (grocery, pharmacy purchases, etc.) But a great gas rewards card earns rewards on everyday purchases, while still maximizing on your fuel purchases specifically, and ultimately helps you save on gas or other types of merchandise in the long-run.
The best cards come with few restrictions as to where you can purchase your gas too. Problem is, with so many different cards on the market, how do you know which card will get you the most bang for your buck kilometres for your cash?
To make the decision-making process easier, RateSupermarket…
We all have that favourite superstore – the one that sells everything under the sun, from from car batteries and patio furniture to sports drinks and baby clothing.
And while we may spend hundreds or even thousands of dollars at these stores per year, it’s time to consider how you can get a return on loyalty.
Many stores feature loyalty reward cards that give you access to exclusive promos and discounts, but some department stores go as far as to offer reward credit cards, providing you with premium earning rates on loyalty points and cash-back.
General rewards credit cards may offer rewards for particular spending categories (gas, grocery, pharmacy purchases, etc.). But the best store credit cards earn rewards in-store and on other everyday purchases at other stores, giving you the flexibility to shop wherever you so please and redeem whenever you want.
Problem is, with so many different cards on the market, how do you know which card will ultimately save you the most?
To make the decision-making process easier, you can use RateSupermarket’s handy-dandy card comparison tool…