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Scene Devalues Its Points – Make The Most of It.

Scene changes

As most of the country has already heard, the ever so popular Scene Rewards program is changing the way members can earn and redeem some, not all, Scene points. Despite the disapointment, we have a few tips to make the most of the situation. First, we want to make clear the change does not impact redemptions on general admission tickets. ... Read More »

Canadians Take On Record Levels of Debt, Save Less, But Remain Optimistic

BMO Canadian Consumer Debt Report

According to BMO’s recent report on Canadian consumer indebtedness, 80% of Canadians are in debt, owing on average of $93,000. According to Equifax, in an earlier report, Canadian consumer debt excluding mortgages averages $20,910. While consumer debt levels are rising, BMO’s research indicated Canadians are less stressed – a sign of their confidence in their ability to repay. Confirming sentiment, ... Read More »

Cash In On These 6 Killer Credit Card Perks

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Let me guess… One of your favourite things about credit cards these days are the perks. If I guessed correctly, you’re not alone. And as most credit cards now offer either low rates or juicy rewards, competition has become fierce, putting a higher expectation on issuers to offer killer bonuses and perks with their cards. 1% cash back won’t cut ... Read More »

Are Credit Card Perks & Benefits Worth The Fees?

credit card perks

While many of us avoid credit cards with annual fees, some credit cards carry perks and benefits worth far more than their annual fee. In fact, some Canadian cards can offer people $1,000’s in hidden benefits. Beyond juicy rewards and tantalizing 0% introductory rates, for a mere $120 annual fee, you could get a companion ticket to Hawaii every year, travel ... Read More »

Get Rewarded for Everyday Purchases with Scotiabank

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Advertisement We believe our readers can apply their bargain-hunting mindset to other aspects of their financial well-being, and we plan to expand our focus to include other opportunities where Canadians can save, starting with the chequing and savings accounts offered by various Canadian banks. Too many Canadians hold the same chequing account with the same bank for years and years, ... 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 »

Capital One Canada and Delta End Credit Card Partnership

delta capital one canada

Change continues in the Canadian credit card landscape. In the last few years we’ve seen TD acquire the Aeroplan credit card program, CapOne win the Costco deal, RBC take on Shoppers DrugMart, Scotia buy into Canadian Tire, Target disappear, and who knows what’s going to happen to Sears Canada’s program with Chase. Now we’re seeing the much smaller Capital One ... Read More »

Canada’s Best Student Credit Card. Easy Approval & Great Rewards!

Student Card

The no annual fee MBNA Student Rewards Credit Card, issued by TD Bank, is the best credit card offer currently available to students in Canada. No credit history? No problem. No income? No problem. Want rewards? Check. No annual fee? Understood. Whether you’re looking to establish a credit history, earn points, make purchases online, buy that little extra something or ... Read More »