Triangle Mastercard: Which Canadian Tire Card Is Right For You? Mar 4th

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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If you love shopping at Canadian Tire or any of its partner stores, such as Sport Chek or Marks (Work Warehouse), you may be interested in their trio of Triangle Mastercard products.
This credit card lineup is unique in that they all come without an annual fee, from the entry level card to the premium, feature-laden, Triangle World Elite Mastercard.
In this article, I’ll review all three Triangle Mastercards. I’ll also explain the difference between earning Canadian Tire Money with a Triangle Mastercard, versus the Triangle Rewards program.
Triangle World Elite Mastercard
The Triangle World Elite Mastercard is Canadian Tire’s premium credit card, featuring a rich rewards program, as well as numerous other benefits. Let’s break down the full offering from this top-level Triangle credit card.
No Annual Fee
At first glance, what jumps out is the fact that there is no annual fee. This is a rarity among premium credit cards, as the increased benefits are almost always offset in part by high annual fees…

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