The credit card industry in Canada appears to be changing very rapidly over the past 12 months and it is makes me wonder whether I should change my credit card strategy. Below are some of the most significant changes happening:…
To add to the long list of discontinued credit cards in 2014, it appears that Chase Best Buy Reward Zone Visa has now been discontinued. on the list of credit cards on the Chase Canada website. I am curious to know what the…
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Since today all the stores are closed and tomorrow is Boxing Day, I will take this opportunity to give a few shopping tips and mention a few promotions to look out for tomorrow.
Black Friday may have passed in the United States, but Boxing Day is coming up in Canada and Best Buy is definitely one of the stores that customers like to go on that day. So it would only be fitting to write about the Best Buy Reward Zone program.
We previously gave a warning about the Chase Best Buy Reward Zone Visa about how they are the only Chase Canada credit card that does not waive its foreign transaction fee (granted there is no annual fee on this credit card). However, it would also be useful to break down the program to see how much value you can get.
Chase Canada credit cards are known for waiving its foreign transaction fees, which can be extremely valuable if you travel abroad a lot However, Chase does actually have one exception, the Chase Best Buy Reward Zone Visa credit card.
I previously wrote about the top “cash” back no annual fee credit cards in Canada. Below are the top other types of no annual fee credit cards. Keep in mind that these credit cards are specific to a loyalty program. So unless you use these programs, you’re better off getting a cash back credit card instead.