Cash back cards

Amazon.ca Rewards Mastercard Review

The Amazon.ca Rewards Mastercard is back! No, this isn’t a joke, the new card comes from MBNA and is now available to the public. Ever since CHASE pulled out Canada back in 2018, Amazon hasn’t had an official co-branded credit card, so this fills that void. Of course, the real question is if the new…

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American Express SimplyCash Review

American Express SimplyCash Review

If you’re looking for a no annual fee cash-back card, then the American Express SimplyCash card will likely appeal to you. You’ll earn 2.5% cash-back on purchases (up to $150) for the first 3 months and 1.25% in cash-back when the promotional rate ends. In addition, there’s an optional 1.99% introductory interest rate on balance transfers for…

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KOHO Premium Review

If you’re reading my KOHO Premium Review, that likely means you’re already a KOHO user. If you happen to be a new user, you can check out my original KOHO review where I go over why KOHO is one of the best prepaid cards in Canada. Best of all, if you sign up with my…

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BMO CashBack® World Elite®* Mastercard®* Review

Cash back credit cards are so popular that there are many arguments about the best cash back credit cards in Canada. Every bank has a cash back card since they’re extremely popular, but all of them are slightly different. In my BMO CashBack® World Elite®* Mastercard®* review, I’ll go over the annual fee, earn rate,…

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The best American Express credit cards

The Best American Express Credit Cards in Canada

American Express is my favourite type of credit card. Some Canadians complain that it’s not widely accepted, but I find that more and more merchants accept American Express these days. There are obviously some exceptions such as Costco and Loblaw’s owned grocery stores, but they only don’t accept Amex because they’re trying to push their…

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The Best Credit Cards with Rental Car Insurance in Canada

Have you ever rented a car and they’ve asked you if you need insurance? If you’re not prepared, you might say yes, but that would be a waste of money as you’re likely already covered by your own auto insurance or by credit card rental car insurance. Even if you say no, the car rental…

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Tangerine Bank Review

Formerly known as ING Direct, Tangerine Bank has been in Canada for more than two decades. They were one of the first digital banks in the country and is one of the most recognized brands out there. The advantage of being one of the first players out there is that they know what their customers…

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A Costco Membership Breakdown: Is the Costco Executive Membership Really Worth It?

Are you thinking of becoming a Costco member? Many Canadians are, and for good reason. Costco is a bulk store that offers pretty decent discounts for buying, well, in bulk. A Costco membership is more than just being able to buy large quantities of chicken breasts or paper towel rolls at a time.  While the…

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PC Financial World Mastercard review

PC Financial World Mastercard Review

PC Optimum is one of the most popular loyalty programs in Canada. If you want to maximize your earnings potential, then you need to sign up for one of the PC Financial Mastercards. In total, there are three different PC Financial credit cards and which one you get is based on your household income. In…

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PC Financial Mastercard review

PC Financial Mastercard Review

If you shop at Shoppers Drug Mart and at stores where President’s Choice products are sold, then you’ve probably heard of PC Optimum. In case you haven’t, PC Optimum is the brand’s loyalty program and it’s arguably the best retail loyalty program out there. What people don’t realize is that without a credit card, you…

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