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[RBC] 20% More Value with RBC Financial Rewards

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Mar 7, 2016
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20% More Value with RBC Financial Rewards

Expiry:
January 16, 2020
Retailer:
RBC
More value means less stress for the new year. Redeem and get 20% more value on vouchers to pay down your RBC Credit Line, RBC Homeline Plan or RBC Personal Loan.*

*Sale runs between January 7, 2020 12:00 am PST and January 16, 2020 11:59pm PST.  Redemptions are final and cannot be cancelled or reversed once submitted. Please allow up to 4 weeks for delivery of RBC Financial Rewards® vouchers. Other terms and conditions apply. For full program details please visit RBC Rewards Terms and Conditions.
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Newbie
Jun 15, 2015
1 posts
1 upvote
Calgary, AB
Thanks for the heads-up! By far the best way to use these points.
Jr. Member
Aug 29, 2012
122 posts
100 upvotes
WINNIPEG
I always redeem my points for credit line vouchers. If your credit line has a $0.00 balance, it is cash into whatever account you want FYI
Deal Expert
Aug 22, 2011
32090 posts
17949 upvotes
Ottawa
themikewoo wrote: I always redeem my points for credit line vouchers. If your credit line has a $0.00 balance, it is cash into whatever account you want FYI
+1
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Aug 11, 2006
1700 posts
208 upvotes
Thornhill
themikewoo wrote: I always redeem my points for credit line vouchers. If your credit line has a $0.00 balance, it is cash into whatever account you want FYI
vkizzle wrote: +1
LoL vkizzle, you +1 as a post to mike but didnt upvote his post

I put one in for ya
Deal Expert
Aug 22, 2011
32090 posts
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Ottawa
cruisn76 wrote: LoL vkizzle, you +1 as a post to mike but didnt upvote his post

I put one in for ya
Oops, double tapped.
Newbie
Aug 10, 2018
3 posts
9 upvotes
Nice! how do the credit line vouchers works? When I go through the steps to order , it appears they will mail it to me, at which point I can deposit it into any (RBC) account ?
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May 8, 2009
12447 posts
9222 upvotes
Leask
vkizzle wrote: Time to redeem your RBC points @titaniumtux
Thank you for the tag. I actually redeemed for Amazon GC's a couple months back at a promo rate so I guess I did okay.

I just got my money gun for the "make it rain", but that's probably best saved for visits to TD CT branches for now :lol:

I want to minimize effort on RBC churning so waiting until I can get more RBC cards approved, then PS more than one at a time... assuming that's a good idea...

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Member
Nov 18, 2013
318 posts
301 upvotes
White Rock, BC
I have 194,171points right now.
Maybe I shouldn't have spent it to purchase Klipsch RP600 for 57,800points on boxing day and purchase ipad...


Redemptions start with a minimum of 12,000 RBC Rewards points for a $100 voucher. For each additional 3,000 RBC Rewards points you redeem, you receive an additional $25 in vouchers.

does this mean if I redeem 150,000 points, I will get ((194171-12000)/3000)= 60.72, 60x$25= $1500 in addition to $1500 voucher I will get?
I think my math is wrong...
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Feb 20, 2004
1050 posts
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I have 15k points but can't seem to add to cart for a 15k RBC rewards I want. Annoying that I have to call in as it's not working. Does RBC have a chat? Guess I'll login tomorrow to see.
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Aug 10, 2006
1322 posts
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themikewoo wrote: I always redeem my points for credit line vouchers. If your credit line has a $0.00 balance, it is cash into whatever account you want FYI
do these certificate have an expiry date?
Deal Addict
Feb 6, 2018
1238 posts
956 upvotes
Mrdutchie wrote: Nice! How do the credit line vouchers work? When I place the order it appears they will mail me the paper voucher - can I deposit this in any RBC account?
paper voucher is not recognized by app. also not recognized by the teller. you need to setup an appointment with a financial adviser to manually deposit the cheques.
Newbie
Feb 26, 2019
1 posts
1 upvote
In Calgary I can take mine to any teller. They have to deposit into your regular account and then transfer it into your credit line.

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