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Credit Card Reviews

The TD Cash Back Visa Infinite Card Review


For those individuals seeking cash back for all their purchases, TD’s new Cash Back Visa Infinite card poses an interesting offer. Customers will receive a rebate on their first annual fee for the Primary Card Holder, as well as a super-high introductory cashback rate of 6% for all purchases during the first 3 months (up to $3,500 in total spending). The ... Read More »

The BMO Sobeys AIR MILES Mastercard Review


Bank of Montreal’s AIR MILES Mastercard is great for those who frequently travel within Canada, as the introductory bonus of 500 reward miles comprises almost half of the cost of a flight from Toronto to Thunder Bay. This bonus, plus the many ways that the AIR MILES Mastercard makes it easy to earn miles, means that travelers can save substantially ... Read More »

The Scotiabank GM Visa Infinite Card Review

Scotiabank GM Visa Infinite Card

The Scotiabank GM Visa Infinite card is a perfect fit for those who intend to purchase a vehicle in the near (or distant) future. General Motors’ reward points system transfers $1 of GM Earnings to $1 off the sticker price of a new vehicle or lease. With 5% GM Earnings accrued from all purchases made with the card, combined with ... Read More »

The American Express Cobalt Card Review

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The new Cobalt card from American Express presents a lucrative opportunity for Canadians who love dining and travel, and who want to quickly accumulate rewards from purchases in those categories. New members are greeted with a 10,000-point bonus for spending $3,000 in their first three months. An additional 2,500 points can be earned each month after a minimum monthly spend ... Read More »

The BMO SPC Cash Back Mastercard Review

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Students who want to get more value for their money will enjoy the BMO SPC Cash Back Mastercard, a card designed to be accessible to students while providing significant cash back rewards. Cardholders immersed in their studies do not have the bandwidth to keep track of which purchases are eligible for rewards and which are not, and in this regard, ... Read More »

The Home Trust Preferred Visa Review

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Home Trust credit cards are known for providing financial flexibility for potential cardholders. The Preferred Visa is no exception, providing limitless cash back at a 1% rate. The Visa is also inexpensive to own, as cardholders pay no annual fee.   At a Glance: Easy application process 0% foreign transaction fee $0 annual fee 1% cash back with no limits ... Read More »

The American Express Essential Credit Card Review


A large outstanding balance on a credit card can be a stressful weight to carry, and after bearing this debt for a long time, high interest rates may make it difficult to finally pay off. Fortunately, those who have had issues with this in the past can get a head start on their obligations with the American Express Essential credit ... Read More »

The RBC Cash Back Preferred World Elite Mastercard Review

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Customers who want the freedom to earn cash back on all their purchases without being burdened by accrual restrictions will appreciate RBC’s latest addition to the World Elite line of credit cards. The RBC Cash Back Preferred World Elite card encourages new members to take advantage of a solid 1.75% introductory cash back rate during the first six months of ... Read More »

The RBC Cash Back Mastercard with No Annual Fee Review

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At a Glance: $0 annual fee Earn 2% cash back on groceries, no limits Earn up to 1% cash back on all other eligible purchases Purchase security and extended warranties Added insurance protection Zero liability for fraud The RBC Cash Back Mastercard offers customers 2% cash back on something we all buy—groceries. The network of stores that participate in this ... Read More »