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First Year Fee Waived and 25,000 Sign Up Bonus with TD Aeroplan Visa Infinite Card (expired on August 31, 2015)

The TD Aeroplan Visa Infinite Card is once again offering a higher than normal sign up bonus and its first year fee waived. The normal sign up bonus is 15,000, which is now 25,000 Aeroplan miles. Below are the highlights of the…


[PROMOTION] TD Aeroplan Visa Infinite Card Offer Now System Wide (expired on May 8, 2015)

UPDATE- Looks like it is only the increased sign up bonus from 15,000 to 25,000 that is available on the public site, not the first year fee waived. Initially, the first year fee waived promotion for the TD Aeroplan Visa…


[PROMOTION] TD Aeroplan Visa Infinite Privilege Card (expired on May 8, 2015)

The credit card promotions scene has been relatively quiet so far in 2015. However, every now and then we see something that is worth a look. The TD Aeroplan Visa Infinite Privilege Card is currently offering two promotions: Earn a $400 to…

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What’s Next for my Credit Card Portfolio?

So it’s been a little over six months since my last batch of credit card sign-ups. The spring is coming and it looks like I need to change up my portfolio a little bit. With all the updates to certain…

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Top United States Credit Cards Offered in Canada (updated January 17, 2015)

A new United States currency credit card is being offered by Scotiabank, so I will be updating the list. I have also added the Desjardins credit card to the list as well. U.S. affiliated credit cards offered by Canadian financial institutions…

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Credit Cards to Use on Cyber Monday

Though Cyber Monday was really a marketing term originating from the United States, the marketing use of the term expanded to other countries including Canada. Basically on the Monday following the US Thanksgiving, you can find good deals by making purchases online. So today, I will recommend some of the top credit cards to use for making purchases on Cyber Monday.

First of all, if you already have the U.S. currency credit cards issued by Canadian financial institutions, I would use these credit cards for purchases made at U.S. online sites for sure. The Canadian dollar is extremely weak, so if you have U.S. dollars already available to pay off these bills, that you previously converted at a more favourable rate than today, then these are the cards to use: