Category: Reviews

What is the best MasterCard to use at Walmart?

Posted June 15, 2016 by cccadmin in ,

Walmart Sign

Walmart Canada announced over the weekend that starting July 18th, their stores across Canada will no longer accept Visa cards. Some experts suggest this move is a way to force Visa to lower the fees charged to Walmart for purchases made with Visa cards.

If no deal is reached, it might make sense for Walmart shoppers to switch to a MasterCard to take advantage of credit card benefits versus other payment methods. Here are some options to consider:

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Tangerine Money-Back Credit Card Review

Posted June 7, 2016 by cccadmin in

Tangerine Credit Card Review

Tangerine isn’t your typical bank. Instead of taking every opportunity to nickle and dime their customers, the bank encourages Canadians to “save their money.” Does the Tangerine card also live up to that motto?

Tangerine has been around in one shape or another since 1997 but was acquired by one of the big banks, Scotiabank, in 2012. However, its unique product and service offering remains a crowd-pleaser. The orange bank has proven popular with Canadians, attracting over two million clients to date.

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Scotiabank GM VISA Credit Card Review

Posted September 17, 2015 by cccadmin in

GM Visa Cards 2015

For a lot of Canadian families, a car is the second most expensive purchase after housing expenses. While you can pay for a new vehicle with a car loan, some people prefer saving up and paying for a vehicle in cash. Would you be excited if you found out you could earn rewards towards a new Chevrolet, Buick, GMC or Cadillac simply with your everyday shopping? With the new Scotiabank GM VISA Card, that dream is now a reality.

Scotiabank and GM have teamed up to offer two new co-branded credit cards that offer one of the richest rewards programs on the market. Scotiabank has a track record of coming out with credit cards Canadians love and these new offerings are sure to be a hit.

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FREE Gift Card Promotion from CreditCardsCanada.ca

Posted September 10, 2014 by cccadmin in ,

CreditCardsCanada.ca Gift Card Offer

They say the best things in life are free. They couldn’t have been more right! If you’re on the lookout for a new credit card, this is a deal you simply cannot pass up! CreditCardsCanada.ca is giving away free $50 gift cards on approval of select credit cards. What’s the catch? There is no catch! Once your credit card application is approved you’ll receive your gift card code via email.

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Tim Hortons, CIBC Partner Up to Launch New Double Double Visa Credit Card

Posted July 8, 2014 by cccadmin in ,
Tim Hortons Sign

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Tim Hortons is hoping Canadian coffee drinkers will warm up to its newest credit card offering. Canada’s favourite coffee chain has partnered with CIBC to launch the “CIBC Tim Hortons Double Double Visa Card.” This credit card is as Canadian as it gets – “double double” is slang when ordering a coffee, indicating two creams and two sugars.

This is no ordinary credit card – the rewards credit card comes with physical buttons cardholders can press when making purchases. The credit card launch comes amid heavy competition from rivals McDonald’s and Starbucks, who have been chipping away at Tim Hortons market share in recent years.

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SCENE Visa Card Review

Posted June 24, 2014 by cccadmin in

Are you looking to beat the heat this summer? Summer is the perfect time to enjoy a good flick on the silver screen in a refreshing air-conditioned movie theatre. For movie goers the SCENE Visa card is a match made in heaven. Earn reward points on everyday purchases you can redeem on your next trip to the cinema.

Scene Visa Review @ CreditCardsCanada.ca

You don’t have to be a movie buff to benefit from the SCENE Visa Card. Even if you only attend the movies everyday couple months, you’ll still benefit from the card. It’s best suited for cardholders who pay off their balance in full each month; if you regularly carry a balance you should probably go with a card with a lower APR. By using your card for everyday purchases you may never pay for a movie again.

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