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    Quote Originally Posted by killramos View Post
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    Someone’s got to buy up all the playstations

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    Bonvoy is a good program.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cidley69 View Post
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    What percent cash back?
    simply preferred is 2% back on everything. There's one without a yearly fee that has a smaller percentage.

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    I'm trying to decide on a Mastercard to switch to, dropping my Westjet MC as I'm not flying through them enough to make use of the free bags/companion fare to justify the yearly fee. Also don't use it for anything other than Costco purchases.

    Most likely going to drop my Scotia Amex gold next spring when it's up for renewal as I'm rarely hitting any multipliers on it after moving out of the city, so it's basically a 1% earner for Scene+ points now.

    I have the Scotia Visa Infinite passport as well to which I plan on retaining as the no FX fee is handy to me and we use the lounge passes that come with the card so it pays for itself, earn rate is meh.

    All the mastercards seem pretty lackluster compared to Visa/Amex cards, thought about just getting the Costco mastercard but for our spending it's effectively just a 1% earner, which isn't bad for being a free card but if I drop my Amex next year then kinda want something decent.

    Rogers World Elite being no fee and 1.5% earn is appealing, but I hate Rogers so that's holding me back a bit.

    BMO World Elite has some nice higher earn rates on groceries, gas, etc but sits at a $120 fee

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    Rogers World Elite is great, especially while working and expensing everything in USD
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    Low class rednecks like me like the Triangle card. Shirts are marks, shoes at sportcheck, yard stuff at Canadian tire. If you have a triangle gas bar near you they have a decent discount too, but there aren't many of those.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ExtraSlow View Post
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    Low class rednecks like me like the Triangle card. Shirts are marks, shoes at sportcheck, yard stuff at Canadian tire. If you have a triangle gas bar near you they have a decent discount too, but there aren't many of those.
    I've heard the Triangle World Elite is pretty great.

    As a person with young kids that will be playing copious amounts of sports it seems like a great bet for gear from Sport Chek, Hockey Experts, etc...

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    It helps that my fashion sense can basically be summed up by the marks catalog. Good card.

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    Zero annual fee and magically includes free roadside assistance (for British vehicles).

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    The Canadian Tire in Sylvan Lake has a Marks inside of it, next level ExtraSlow shopping

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