A while ago I wrote about what you can get if you were to switch to Royal Bank of Canada (RBC). I decided to start looking into what other banks were offering to people if they were to switch their banking. Canadian Imperial Bank of Commerce (CIBC) is offering you up to 55,000 Aeroplan Miles
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Capital One has a great credit card lineup, and among their selection you will find their Aspire Travel™ World MasterCard®. The Aspire Travel™ World MasterCard® a premium credit card that offers exactly what many reward collectors are looking for. With the Aspire Travel™ World MasterCard® you are able to earn $35,000 bonus reward miles on
Yes, you read the title right, Bank of Montreal (BMO) Hates Us. Many of you must be thinking everyone at BankNerd has gone mad, but when you hear the reasoning behind the statement, you might think otherwise. Bank Guru recently cancelled his BMO Gold MasterCard at the end of April after carelessly losing it at
In the past I have covered several Capital One credit cards. Among these cards are Aspire Travel™ Platinum MasterCard®, and Aspire Travel™ World MasterCard® . With both being in the Aspire family, I figured it would be beneficial to everyone if I did a comparison on the cards, allowing you to determine which card suits
I recently wrote an article concerning an RBC poll that revealed what the majority of Canadians were redeeming using their reward points. It got me thinking that it is important that I address what people can do to maximize their reward earning capabilities. What can I do to maximize my reward points? To help you
According to an Royal Bank of Canada (RBC) poll of Canadian travel rewards cardholders, most Canadians opt when using reward points, with 57% choosing to redeem their rewards on flight options, while only 30% redeem them on merchandise, and 27% on gift cards. Regardless, using points to book travel is not always an easy experience.
One of the most frustrating things in life for both men and women are the number of cards in your wallet. To lighten the load on us, the only solution would have been to take out unnecessary cards, such as loyalty cards, reward cards, or club membership cards, and only carry them in the event