Credit Card Reviews

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 1.5% cashback per dollar spent on gas, grocery and online purchases 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 of that offers online purchases as ... 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 »

WestJet MasterCard World Elite Credit Card Review

WestJet World Elite MasterCard

Searching for a hefty credit card welcome bonus? Done. How about an annual round-trip companion ticket to anywhere in North America? Covered. Free first checked bags for you and your entire family? Of course. The WestJet World Elite MasterCard comes with a compelling $250 WestJet Dollar welcome bonus, with no minimum spend requirement. You can redeem your WestJet Dollars at ... Read More »

MBNA Rewards MasterCard Credit Card Review

MBNA Rewards MasterCard Credit Card

The MBNA Rewards MasterCard is a great card if you’re looking for a no annual fee credit card that allows you to redeem your rewards for cash back, with solid value and more flexibility than most other cash back credit cards in Canada. To start, the MBNA Rewards MasterCard offers 1% cash back on all purchases – no caps, tiers or limits. ... Read More »

Best 0% Balance Transfer Credit Card Offers In Canada

0% Balance Transfer Credit Cards

For people with credit card debt, perhaps there’s no better bank beating strategy than having a bank lend you its own money for free! That’s exactly what a 0% balance transfer credit card does, by allowing you to transfer your higher interest credit card & store card debt to a balance transfer credit card with a lower interest rate, typically ... Read More »

Best Travel Credit Card Rankings in Canada For 2016

best travel credit card rankings

Just how far can your Canadian travel credit card take you? Whether you’re a bargain hunter, snowbirder, frequent flyer or bonus surfer, we’ve evaluated the best travel credit card deals in Canada to help you soar in 2016. To help us derive our rankings for the best travel credit card, we first measured the value per point of each rewards program. ... Read More »

TD Aeroplan Visa Infinite Credit Card Review

TD Aeroplan Visa Infinite card

Looking for that elusive 25,000 mile credit card sign-up bonus? We found it. Trying to figure out how to get that premium travel rewards credit card without an annual fee? Here it is. TD’s Aeroplan Visa Infinite credit card is still Canada’s most popular travel card with one of the hottest sign-up offers in Canada today – 25,000 miles (15,000 ... Read More »

Marriott Rewards Premier Credit Card: Sleep Free Canada!

Marriott Rewards Premier Visa Card

The Marriott Rewards Premier Visa card may look like any other credit card, but don’t kid yourself. It’s got beef. While not as well know as some of Canada’s other travel rewards credit cards, we think it’s a hidden gem with some incredibly unique and attractive attributes that no other Canadian travel  rewards cards match. Think no annual fee in ... Read More »

The Scotiabank Gold American Express Card Review

Scotiabank Gold American Express Card

The Scotiabank Gold American Express card offers Canada’s richest rewards rate of 4% and ushers in a new era of flexible travel redemption programs into the Canadian marketplace. With a limited time $99 first year annual fee waiver and a 20,000 point sign-up bonus worth $200 (offer expires January 31, 2017)  this is a great time to try the card out ... Read More »