Want the best credit card in Canada? Find the top plastic picks of 2014 with RateSupermarket.ca’s annual Best of Finance Awards! Read on to see the winners for cash back, travel, low interest options and more.
After months of waiting, existing Aeroplan cardholders have a timeline as to when they may transition in the TD CIBC Aimia deal. Here’s what consumers need to know about the switch, and what new features will be introduced for Aeroplan customers in the new year.
Tempted by all-inclusive vacations this year? Such getaways may seem like great deals – but beware these spending pitfalls.
You’ve been earning points for months, or even years – and now you want to take that dream vacation. But are you faced with a frustrating redemption process and flight restrictions? If you’re confused by your travel rewards credit card, you’re not alone – an RBC study finds 4 in 10 Canadians feel the same way.
Stuck with a slow earning rewards credit card? With so many new options on the market, there’s never been a better time to trade in for a card with quick reward return, easy redemption and, best of all, the sweetest perks.
Two credit card giants are battling for the right to carry Aeroplan rewards miles – but it’s current cardholders who are left waiting in the wings. Read on to learn more about travel rewards credit card options.
Last year, Scotiabank unveiled a new lineup of travel rewards credit cards in partnership with American Express. The Scotiabank Gold American Express leads this group with one of the highest reward returns around – and very flexible flyer perks.
When it comes to picking the best credit card, mortgage or investing vehicle for your needs, do you know which lenders offer the very best? RateSupermarket.ca unveils the very best personal finance products offered to consumers in 2012 – a must have for your money management plan.
Credit debit cards combine the convenience and security of credit cards with the instant access of debit – and are proving to be a handy way to pay when traveling abroad. As with all finance products, though, you’re paying for the convenience. Read on to learn more about the advantages and fees offered by this cashless combo.