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Apple Pay Expands Into Canada With Major Banks

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Multiple Canadian credit card and Interac issuers have announced they will be launching Apple Pay today. RBC, CIBC, ATB Financial and Canadian Tire Financial Services have all announced they will be offering their products on Apple Pay. TD, Scotia and BMO have indicated they will be offering Apple Pay to their customers in the coming weeks and months. All three ... Read More »

Alaska Airlines World Elite MasterCard Review

alaska airlines mastercard

While not as well known in Canada, the Alaska Airlines World Elite MasterCard delivers exceptional value to residents of the Rest of Canada (ROC). It comes with a free flight welcome bonus, an annual companion ticket, a low annual fee and one of the largest Airline partner programs. The Alaska Airlines World Elite MasterCard has one of Canada’s highest welcome bonus ... Read More »

Earn AIR MILES Rewards Fast: Top Credit Card Welcome Bonuses

Air Miles Credit Card Rewards

We’ve put together the best AIR MILES rewards credit card sign-up bonus offers currently available in Canada. If you’re looking to add to your collection of AIR MILES rewards, or simply accelerate your AIR MILES earnings, getting a new AIR MILES credit card with a hefty sign-up bonus is the best and quickest way to earn a boatload of miles ... Read More »

BMO Air Miles MasterCard: Little Known Travel Hack Revealed

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Looking for that elusive rewards credit card with a hefty sign-up bonus and no annual fee? We got you covered. Want that no annual fee credit card to come with awesome rewards opportunities? How about Canada’s largest loyalty program with over 10 million active members, and one of the country’s richest earn rates – check. The BMO Air Miles Mastercard ... Read More »

Are Canadian Credit Card Rewards Taxable?

are credit cards rewards, miles, points taxable?

We’re close to the tax filing deadline and panic is in the air as tax season comes to a head. As convoluted as our tax code is, credit card rewards may introduce another layer of complexity. The average Canadian does not have to pay taxes on their credit card points, miles or cash back earned. However, the Canadian Revenue Agency ... Read More »

Get The Most From Your Aeroplan Miles

get most from aeroplan reward miles

Aeroplan remains one of Canada’s most valuable rewards programs – and with good reason. With a multitude of credit card, frequent flyer and retail partner earning opportunities, members can accumulate more miles for each dollar they spend than almost any other program in Canada. No we’re not blind to Aeroplan’s shortcomings. Use the program like the masses and it will be ... Read More »

MBNA Rewards World Elite Credit Card Review

MBNA Rewards World Elite MasterCard credit card

Confused over which credit card is right for you – cash back, points, or travel? How about an all-in-one card. Don’t want to trade-off flexibility for value? You don’t have to. The MBNA Rewards World Elite Mastercard® credit card is like having multiple cards in one. You can redeem your points for cash back, travel, merchandise, gift cards or charity – the ... Read More »

Sony Credit Card Review

Sony Card Mastercard

If you’re eyeing a new Sony television, camera, laptop, Playstation or stereo system, the Sony Card Platinum Plus Mastercard is an interesting option (but you may want to wait for a welcome bonus promotion). The card has a 2,000 point sign-up bonus, worth $20, upon activating the card. With no annual fee, and no minimum spend required, that’s free money just ... Read More »

Best No Annual Fee Credit Card Rankings in Canada For 2017

Best No Annual Fee Credit Card

There’s never been a better time to get a no annual fee credit card in Canada. Credit card issuers are packing loads of value onto the best no annual fee credit cards whether you’re looking for cash back, rewards, miles, a free flight, or low interest rates. There are usually four very good reasons to get a no annual fee ... Read More »