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Credit Card Reviews

The Best Business Credit Cards in Canada

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Running a company is made significantly easier with the assistance of strong financial backing and its accompanying tools, like credit cards designed specifically for business purposes. When choosing a business credit card, it is important to go with an issuer that understands the needs of any growing company and aids owners by providing an array of powerful and flexible bonuses. ... Read More »

Top Credit Cards for Bad Credit In Canada – Unsecured & Secured Credit Card Options

Credit cards for bad credit

For people with impaired or no credit history, perhaps there’s no quicker or more effective way of re-establishing their credit than with a credit card. Luckily, even if you’re currently in bankruptcy, consumer proposal or emerging from insolvency, there are a growing number of credit cards for bad credit in Canada. Canadians can now choose from a host of different ... Read More »

TD Aeroplan Visa Infinite Credit Card Review

TD Aeroplan Visa Infinite card

Looking for that elusive 30,000 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 – 30,000 miles (15,000 ... Read More »

Best Travel Credit Card Rankings in Canada For 2017

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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 2017. 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 »

Comparing Aeroplan Credit Cards – TD, CIBC, American Express – Which is Best?

Best Aeroplan Credit Card Bonuses

TD, CIBC and American Express continue their fight to offer the strongest Aeroplan credit card program in the country. Our analysis shows that of the Aeroplan credit card options, the American Express Gold Rewards card (hybrid) and the TD Aeroplan Visa Infinite cards, are currently the best Aeroplan offerings in the marketplace today because of their 1st year annual fee waivers ... Read More »

Best Western Rewards MasterCard Review

Best Western Rewards MasterCard

Looking for a no annual fee travel credit card with a free hotel night welcome bonus? OK. How about no minimum spend to achieve your bonus? Makes sense. Free room upgrades? You bet. 1.99% balance transfer promo for 10 months? Why not. The Best Western Rewards MasterCard comes with a strong 20,000 point welcome bonus and no minimum spend requirement. ... Read More »

Best AIR MILES Rewards Credit Cards

AIRMILES Rewards credit cards

After 25 years, Air Miles remains Canada’s most popular loyalty program. It boasts more than 100 partners, including BMO, Shell, Sobeys, Safeway, Staples, Amazon, Old Navy, Rexall, RONA, and Irving, making it Canada’s largest and most diverse coalition marketing program with more earning opportunities than ANY other loyalty program in the country. While Air Miles members can earn super value ... 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 »