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Best Rewards Credit Cards in Canada 2020

You deserve a credit card that gives back. Some cards offer a bonus return of cash or reward points, and we're here to help you find the best fit for your needs. Compare and find the best rewards credit cards in Canada.

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Best Rewards Credit Cards Canada

Rewarding customers for their purchases in North America is an idea that predates credit cards by over two hundred years. In fact, the first known North American loyalty program began in 1793, when a U.S. shop owner gave copper tokens to customers that could be redeemed with merchandise in his store.1

In Canada, over the years, several retailers have established programs that reward customers for their loyalty using a variety of methods. Some have designed programs that feature printed ìmoneyî to use on future purchases, and others, discount coupons that were originally mailed and are now emailed. Loyalty programs that involve multiple retailer require non-credit membership cards that award points for purchases (think Air Miles, for example, which has been around since the 1990s.)

Today most rewards programs are tied to credit cards that benefits you for their use. With over 50 cards to choose from, comparing and selecting the best rewards credit card can seem overwhelming. At Ratesupermarket.ca, we simplify the rewards credit card comparison process. Compare and read reviews on rewards credit cards available in Canada, so you can easily find the one that is best suited to your unique needs.

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