Shop.ca is having a rather ridiculous promotion: using the promo code ‘TD’, you will get $50 off your purchase, with no minimum spend + 3,000 Aeroplan points when you link your Aeroplan number. You have to use a TD Aeroplan Visa, however, it looks like some non-Aeroplan branded TD Visas might work. As of right now, I could only get this to work once. Your final cost has to be at least 1 cent over $50, or the credit card won’t authorize (they tried to charge $99,999 on my’n!).
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The TD Aeroplan Visa Infinite offer, with 25,000 Aeroplan points and first year free (FYF) has come back. If you apply for the card through Great Canadian Rebates, you'll also get a $50 cheque mailed to you.
Many credit cards offer travel insurance when the full cost of your ticket is charged to your credit card. However, what if you used points, and only used your credit card for the taxes and fees? Today's Sunday Reader Question is: what credit cards provide travel insurance coverage for Aeroplan tickets?
I recently posted how you can get 25,000 Aeroplan miles, first year free, and $50 with GreatCanadianRebates. RedFlagDeals, a Canadian consumer deals website, is currently offering the same deal, but with $85 cash back. You will get 15,000 Aeroplan points with your first purchase, and an additional 10,000 Aeroplan points after spending $1,000 on the card within 90 days from the date of being approved.
TD is again allowing applications for the TD Aeroplan Infinite Visa for the first year free. They are giving 15k Aeroplan points for the first purchase, and an additional 10k for spending $1,000 in the first 90 days. You can apply here (this is not a referral). This promotion is ending October 31st, so act fast!