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Best Credit Cards in Canada 2017

Best Credit Cards Canada 2017

If you’re looking to bathe yourself in points, miles, cash or simply bask in the glory of 0% interest rates, our latest picks for Canada’s Best Credit Cards for 2017 should get you lathered-up into a frenzy! You can stick with the card you have in your wallet, but do so at your own risk. Some of the biggest deals ... Read More »

Canada’s Best Student Credit Cards For 2017!

Best Student Credit Card Canada

Despite the many warnings, we believe student credit cards play an important role in helping you establish a Canadian credit history and a good credit score by the time you graduate (essential for car leases, mortgages, retail financing and more). Credit cards are essential for many online transactions and reservations (hotel, car rental) and offer richer rewards than debit cards. ... Read More »

American Express AeroplanPlus Platinum Card Review

American Express AeroplanPlus Card

It’s not every day that a Canadian credit card offers enough welcome bonus points for two free flights, let alone a free companion ticket! Then again, it’s not every day that a credit card comes with a $499 annual fee. But sometimes, paying a lot, just means you’re getting more. That’s exactly what we believe is the case with the ... Read More »

Visa, Walmart Call Truce – Consumers Win

Walmart Visa Reconcile

After battling it out in public for months, Walmart and Visa Canada have decided to make amends. Walmart has already started accepting Visa cards, after banning the network in all of its stores in Manitoba and Thunder Bay since last summer. While the chattering classes speculate who buckled and why, the truth is very few people actually know the outcome ... Read More »

6 Credit Card Features Essential For Students

Student card essentials

Just because students are starting out on their credit card journey, doesn’t mean they have to settle for ho-hum, plain vanilla credit cards. Many student cards now offer a powerful cocktail of perks, benefits and rewards rivaling many premium cards in the Canadian market. That said, not all product features are created equal. Some are smoke and mirrors, while others offer true ... Read More »

5 Tips To Escape Credit Card Annual Fees

No Credit Card Annual Fees

Canadians are obsessed with credit card rewards, perks and benefits. From free flights to free baggage and insurance, credit cards offer an abundance of value. However, we’d all prefer to get a little something for nothing and avoid those pesky annual fees. Aside from interest rates, the one thing every one can agree on is that they hate credit card ... Read More »

How to Get Free Flights With Canadian Credit Cards Today!

Free Flight Credit Card Bonuses

Getting free flights, the holy grail of credit card rewards, is easier than it seems. While some people spend years diligently saving up enough miles to fly free, others have figured out a way to earn free flights in a matter of minutes. We’re here to spill the beans. Actually, it’s really no secret at all. Travel hacking is the ... Read More »

Review of the National Bank Echo Cashback MasterCard

National Bank ECHO cashback MasterCard

The no annual fee National Bank ECHO Cashback MasterCard offers a compelling value proposition of 6% cashback per dollar spent on most online purchases for 3 months, 1.5% on gas and grocery, and 1% everywhere else. There are two features of the card that make it stand-out from the pack. First, it’s the only card in Canada that we know ... Read More »

Tangerine Cash Back Credit Card Review

tangerine money-back credit card

The no fee Tangerine Money Back Credit Card is an absolute steal for cash back rookies and connoisseurs alike. The card is the richest and most consumer friendly no annual fee cash back credit card on the Canadian market right now, offering choice, convenience and unparalleled value to cardholders. With no annual fee, a whopping 2% cash back in up to ... Read More »