TD First Class Travel Visa Infinite Card review: Should you sign up for this travel rewards card? Jan 11th

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TD First Class Travel Visa Infinite Card review: Should you sign up for this travel rewards card?The TD First Class Travel Visa Infinite isn’t necessarily the first TD travel card you think of, given TD’s deep relationship with Air Canada and Aeroplan—but it’s worth considering for its flexible redemption program and partnership with Expedia. You can use the Expedia For TD online portal to redeem rewards for flights, hotels and car rentals with virtually any carrier on Expedia. 
A hefty sign-up bonus, comprehensive insurance coverage and generous earn rates makes the TD First Class Travel Visa Infinite card a solid choice if you want to use your credit card rewards towards travel-related purchases.

TD First Class Travel Visa Infinite Card quick facts

Annual fee
$120 (waived for your first year)

Welcome offer
Up to 80,000 TD Points / $400 value

Earn rate
9 TD Points per $1 spent online on ExpediaForTD…

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