TORONTO, November 24, 2011… RateSupermarket.ca, Canada’ s go-to-website to compare and save money on credit cards, mortgage rates, and savings accounts, is challenging consumers to rethink their credit card strategy this holiday season. Credit cards aren’t just for spending money, but for saving money as well.
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I was able to catch up with the Globe and Mail’s Dianne Nice last week to discuss our Credit Card Tips that outlined a few key ways to get the most out of your credit cards while you’re shopping this holiday season. You can see the online version here, entitled “Avoid a holiday credit card …
During the frenzy of Black Friday and Cyber Monday, RateSupermarket.ca was out educating consumers about how to save money when using a credit card this busy holiday season.
As experts in credit card conundrums and in order to rescue Canadian Consumers from a Credit Card Crunch, RateSupermarket.ca has posted their list of top credit card tips to save money before, during and after the holidays.