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[TD First Class Visa Infinite] TD First Class Visa Infinite up to 50,000 points and FYF

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Is RBC avion fyf now?I see a $120 charge in their website.
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I don't see any mention about $1000 spend needed? Here's what I found, though they don't define "active"...

"To receive the additional 30,000 TD Points, you must also: (a) apply for an Account between September 5, 2017, and December 3, 2017; and (b) keep your Account open, active and good standing for 90 days after Account approval. If you have opened an Account in the last 6 months, you will not be eligible for these offers. Rebate of the Annual Fee for the first year for the Primary Cardholder will occur if you have applied for an account between September 5, 2017 and December 3, 2017 and occur within 2 monthly statements from the date of Account opening. The Annual Fee for any Authorized User Cards added to the Account continues to apply. Offers may be changed, withdrawn or extended at any time and cannot be combined with any other offer unless added to the Account continues to apply."
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First timer here, please be gentle. I've never opened this card before. If I open 2 concurrent cards, do the points all accumulate into one TD Rewards account, or 2 separate ones?

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ahhhwong wrote:
Sep 6th, 2017 1:03 pm
Hey everyone,

TD has a promo going for their first class visa infinite card, where you get 20,000 points after your first purchase and an additional 30,000 points after making $1,000 purchases within 90 days of account approval. Also, the annual fee is rebated.
There is no 1000$ spend requirement.
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RaphaelC761169 wrote:
Sep 8th, 2017 9:10 pm
I don't see any mention about $1000 spend needed? Here's what I found, though they don't define "active"...

"To receive the additional 30,000 TD Points, you must also: (a) apply for an Account between September 5, 2017, and December 3, 2017; and (b) keep your Account open, active and good standing for 90 days after Account approval. If you have opened an Account in the last 6 months, you will not be eligible for these offers. Rebate of the Annual Fee for the first year for the Primary Cardholder will occur if you have applied for an account between September 5, 2017 and December 3, 2017 and occur within 2 monthly statements from the date of Account opening. The Annual Fee for any Authorized User Cards added to the Account continues to apply. Offers may be changed, withdrawn or extended at any time and cannot be combined with any other offer unless added to the Account continues to apply."
wra45mon wrote:
Sep 9th, 2017 7:14 am
There is no 1000$ spend requirement.
I see the $1,000 spend requirement. Are you guys from Quebec? I read somewhere that people in Quebec are exempt from the spending requirement and just need to have their cards active for 90 days. Maybe that's why you don't see the spending requirements? If I'm incorrect, perhaps someone can chime in.
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wra45mon wrote:
Sep 9th, 2017 7:14 am
There is no 1000$ spend requirement.
Post up a link to the page you're viewing that doesn't show the $1K spend requirement.

I'm more familiar with the TD Aeroplan Visa offers, and with that product there are sometimes better promos when signing up through affiliates (Greedyrates, RewardsCanada, GCR, etc).
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flame02 wrote:
Sep 6th, 2017 8:47 pm
Had this card before when they gave 20k points. I used the 20k points for a $100 bill credit. This is a hot deal now!
If this is right, 50K = $250 bill/statement credit?
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Ben07 wrote:
Sep 9th, 2017 9:30 am
If this is right, 50K = $250 bill/statement credit?
Yes if you book through expediafortd. They bill you the full amount, then in TD 1st class visa statement they deduct the dollars equivalent of the points redeemed. If you have more points, you can redeem for more dollars. In this way, it can be a very good travel card as your purchases through expediaforTD get 4.5% return.
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Arrgh wrote:
Sep 9th, 2017 9:35 am
Yes if you book through expediafortd. They bill you the full amount, then in TD 1st class visa statement they deduct the dollars equivalent of the points redeemed. If you have more points, you can redeem for more dollars. In this way, it can be a very good travel card as your purchases through expediaforTD get 4.5% return.
I suppose things have changed, and you cannot redeem for cash anymore?
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If you book outside of Expedia for TD, its a $200 bill credit?
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ahhhwong wrote:
Sep 9th, 2017 8:45 am
I see the $1,000 spend requirement. Are you guys from Quebec? I read somewhere that people in Quebec are exempt from the spending requirement and just need to have their cards active for 90 days. Maybe that's why you don't see the spending requirements? If I'm incorrect, perhaps someone can chime in.
Yes I'm from Quebec. I just saw that "quebec" is automatically append at the end of url...

".../first-class-travel-visa-infinite-card/index-quebec/"

Now I'm debating if I wait for an even better offer (giftcard)?
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bizee-bee wrote:
Sep 9th, 2017 12:24 am
First timer here, please be gentle. I've never opened this card before. If I open 2 concurrent cards, do the points all accumulate into one TD Rewards account, or 2 separate ones?

Noo-bee
Anyone ever opened multiple concurrent cards before? Is it like the Amex MR cards? Separate Rewards accounts, which can be joined eventually? Any datapoints? Tnx.
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RaphaelC761169 wrote:
Sep 9th, 2017 11:22 am
Yes I'm from Quebec. I just saw that "quebec" is automatically append at the end of url...

".../first-class-travel-visa-infinite-card/index-quebec/"

Now I'm debating if I wait for an even better offer (giftcard)?
Interesting 1000$ spend is not required in Quebec for this offer only. I wonder why. Other offers from other banks (even TD) have/has spend requirements in Quebec.
Is it because of the lawsuit in Quebec for the points devaluation a while back???

If no spend requirements isn't this a no brainer?
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I currently have this card. Will I be eligible if I cancel and reapply?

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