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[TD First Class Visa Infinite] TD First Class Visa Infinite up to 50,000 points and FYF [offer extended to March 1, 2018]

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[TD First Class Visa Infinite] TD First Class Visa Infinite up to 50,000 points and FYF [offer extended to March 1, 2018]

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.
Last edited by ahhhwong on Sep 6th, 2017 1:03 pm, edited 1 time in total.
Thread Summary
Get up to 50,000 TD Points1. Plus get a full Annual Fee rebate21 for the Primary Cardholder for the first year. Conditions Apply. Offer ends March 1, 2018

Eligibility Requirements:
$60,000 personal or $100,000 household annual income.
You are a Canadian resident and are of the age of majority in your province/territory of residence.

Credit Limit:
$5,000 minimum

Apply by December 3, 2017 to get a full Annual Fee rebate21 for the Primary Cardholder for the first year and up to 50,000 TD Points as follows:
Welcome Bonus of 20,000 TD Points when you make your first Purchase with your Card1.
Plus
30,000 TD Points when you spend $1,000 within 90 days of Account approval1.


50K points is worth around
$250 if booked via Expedia4TD
$200 if redeemed via "Book your way" (not using Expedia)

0.50c / pt when redeemed at ExpediaForTD.
0.40c / pt on Book your own way travel
0.25c / pt to redeem as cash statement credit
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Can I transfer the points to Aeroplan?
Thanks.
Rule No.1 here: Buy first, Think afterwards.
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Marphyin wrote:
Sep 6th, 2017 1:11 pm
Can I transfer the points to Aeroplan?
Thanks.
No, this credit card gives you points which give you either a credit on your statement toward travel expenses, or toward purchases on Expedia for TD.
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According to the TD points slider on the link 50k TD points is equal to $250 credit statement
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patroniton wrote:
Sep 6th, 2017 1:16 pm
According to the TD points slider on the link 50k TD points is equal to $250 credit statement
This $250 redeem is only with Expidia, if I not mistaking.
Rule No.1 here: Buy first, Think afterwards.
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SoroSuub1 wrote:
Sep 6th, 2017 1:12 pm
No, this credit card gives you points which give you either a credit on your statement toward travel expenses, or toward purchases on Expedia for TD.
To add on: if you do transfer from this card to the aeroplan card, you can convert your TD points to aeroplan at a 4:1 ratio.
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Feb 26, 2008
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Marphyin wrote:
Sep 6th, 2017 1:19 pm
This $250 redeem is only with Expidia, if I not mistaking.
I've had this card for a number of years now. Best rewards card for our needs. You can book your travel, stay, rental on whatever website you want. To redeem the points, all you need to do is call in to customer service and ask them to apply the credit for your travels.

Booking on Expedia for TD gets you other perks like 9 points per dollar spent on there. It racks up quick if you travel frequently or have big trips. When you book through the website, it will give you the option to redeem when you pay. It shows up as a credit on your statement. Lets say you book a $1000 trip. You will be charged the full amount. A day or so later, you'll see your redemption amount. So for this example using the $250, the -$250 will show up as a separate transaction.

Also a note on this, the more you redeem, the better the ratio of points to dollar. I can't remember what the threshold is but it should be explained on the travel rewards website. They had changed it up awhile back to encourage the points to be spent in larger quantities.
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Aug 1, 2010
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TD's new Cash Back card is much better than this one. FYF on that as well
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colavs19 wrote:
Sep 6th, 2017 2:22 pm
TD's new Cash Back card is much better than this one. FYF on that as well
Yeah I don't agree with that. Getting a $250 travel credit after only $1000 spend = 25% equivalent CB. You have to spend $4200 on the new CB card @ 6% to get that type of reward. I guess if you don't plan to travel within the next year yeah get the CB card.
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stockboy88 wrote:
Sep 6th, 2017 2:40 pm
Yeah I don't agree with that. Getting a $250 travel credit after only $1000 spend = 25% equivalent CB. You have to spend $4200 on the new CB card @ 6% to get that type of reward. I guess if you don't plan to travel within the next year yeah get the CB card.
Well, you can apply for both and get the best of both worlds
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Jun 25, 2012
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colavs19 wrote:
Sep 6th, 2017 3:33 pm
Well, you can apply for both and get the best of both worlds
Good idea. Even better would be to get one and then product switch to the other for only 1 hard pull Winking Face
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Jun 18, 2010
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Toronto
Can I use the points as statement credit ti cover travel expenses like TTC MetroPasses/Presto Card loads/GO Transit Tickets?
Newbie
Apr 9, 2014
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Toronto
I currently have the aeroplan Visa Infinite, can I do a product switch and still get 50k points?
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Aug 4, 2003
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Edmonton
i have had this card for the last few years. easily the best travel rewards card i have ever had. no stupid blackouts like those aeroplan and airmile cards

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