You don’t have to rely on credit card use for great travel rewards. The BMO AIR MILES bank plan is the only chequing account in Canada that offers 1,000 AIR MILES for new signups – enough to take a short haul flight, right away.
No-fuss features or fees and great cash back make the Scotia Momentum No-Fee Visa an option for everyday convenience with maximized reward return.
A new TD study finds that Canadians are relying too heavily on their credit cards when on vacation. Check out these tips for a debt free vacation.
How much will you really save with credit card rewards? Check out our guide to earn more – and spend less!
Are you an avid collector of reward points? Ever wondered what happens to them should you pass away? Depending on your loyalty program, your points could live on.
Retails rewards credit cards, offered by many gas and grocery stores, are designed to promote consumer loyalty through freebies and savings – but are they really worth carrying in your wallet? Here, we break down the reward return of some of the most popular reward cards on the market.
The Marriott Rewards Premier Visa credit card is a great option for frequent international business travelers. Not only are all foreign exchange fees waived on this card, but it comes with 30,000 bonus points – enough for 5 free stays in Marriott hotels!
Travel credit cards promising huge point payoffs for new signups are hitting the market – but how much are thousands of points or miles really worth? We break down the dollar value to see if these cards really go the extra mile.
When it comes to your credit, how do you rank? If you’re like the majority of Canadians, there’s a good chance you aren’t sure – our recent poll found 70% of respondents were in the dark about their credit score.
March is fraud prevention month, and a great time to assess the safety of your finances. Check out our tips for staying extra vigilant.