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Buy GC by CC

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[OP]
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Dec 17, 2009
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Buy GC by CC

Would like to know how many points do I get

If I buy CT GC at CT by CT MasterCard
Or buy PC GC at SDM by PC M/C

Or actually better to buy CT GC at supermarket, since it will consider as grocery?
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tofubb wrote: Would like to know how many points do I get

# 1 = If I buy CT GC at CT by CT MasterCard
# 2 - Or buy PC GC at SDM by PC M/C

# 3 - Or actually better to buy CT GC at supermarket, since it will consider as grocery?
I’ve numbered them for convenience

Can get you started on # 2

First it’s gonna depend on exactly which PC+ Financial CC you have
https://www.pcfinancial.ca/en/credit-cards/

Regular = 10 Points / $ 1 Charged (NO BASE POINTS = 25 - 15 = 10 )
World = 20 Points / $ 1 Charged (NO BASE POINTS = 35 - 15 = 20 )
World Elite = 30 Points / $ 1 Charged (NO BASE POINTS = 45 - 15 = 30 )

So buy a $ 100 GC @ SDM and you earn either
10 x $ 100 = 1000 Points = $ 1 value
20 x $ 100 = 2000 Points = $ 2 value
30 x $ 100 = 3000 Points = $ 3 value
[OP]
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Dec 17, 2009
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PointsHubby wrote: I’ve numbered them for convenience

Can get you started on # 2

First it’s gonna depend on exactly which PC+ Financial CC you have
https://www.pcfinancial.ca/en/credit-cards/

Regular = 10 Points / $ 1 Charged (NO BASE POINTS = 25 - 15 = 10 )
World = 20 Points / $ 1 Charged (NO BASE POINTS = 35 - 15 = 20 )
World Elite = 30 Points / $ 1 Charged (NO BASE POINTS = 45 - 15 = 30 )

So buy a $ 100 GC @ SDM and you earn either
10 x $ 100 = 1000 Points = $ 1 value
20 x $ 100 = 2000 Points = $ 2 value
30 x $ 100 = 3000 Points = $ 3 value
Thanks, I got the world elite.
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@tofubb - You do not get points when you buy GC with C.T. M/C.

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