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[Royal Bank] RBC Rewards 30% off Gift Cards -Petro Canada & others

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[Royal Bank] RBC Rewards 30% off Gift Cards -Petro Canada & others

RBC Rewards Point redemption Sale -30% off

Petro Canada
“Shop Canada”
Dining Gift cards

Save 30% when you redeem for select gift cards from over 40 brands across Canada.

Some Popular Examples:

Petro Canada
Rexall
HBC
Tim Hortons (only $25 avail)
Ultimate Dining Card
The Keg
Joey
Boston Pizza
A&W
Dollarama
Indigo
Sport Chek
Home Hardware
Toys r Us


$25 GC = 2450 pts
$50 GC = 4900 pts
$100 GC = 9800pts
$250 GC = 24500pts

Offer is valid between July 1, 2020 at 12:00 am EST and July 31, 2020 at 11:59 pm EST



***No Amazon GC this round...
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Dec 30, 2013
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Is 30% the most they've ever had? I feel like most of the time they have a sale, it's 25%.
Has anyone seen anything higher or do you think it's worth the points redemption?
Thanks
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coutinho365 wrote: Is 30% the most they've ever had? I feel like most of the time they have a sale, it's 25%.
Has anyone seen anything higher or do you think it's worth the points redemption?
Thanks
Usually it’s 25%. 30% is probably the best it will get. Worth the free gas for me at least.
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Mar 11, 2018
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I remember about a year ago there was also the option to redeem for a TFSA voucher at around the same redemption value as this
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coutinho365 wrote: Is 30% the most they've ever had? I feel like most of the time they have a sale, it's 25%.
Has anyone seen anything higher or do you think it's worth the points redemption?
Thanks
30% is the best ever.
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Mar 11, 2018
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With the petro canada gift card, it requires 9800 points for $100. Last year the TFSA redemption was 10000 points for $100. I remembered redemptions for gift cards at that time had an even better value than redeeming for TFSA so I’m not sure if this current promo is the best there ever was.
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Nov 30, 2017
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Pretty good value for day to day activities given food basic, Metro, longo’s, dollarama, Petro Canada, Tim hortons, Oxford, and Cadillac fairview are on the list. A lot of restaurant chains too.

Should I wait for a bonus Avios event? hum...
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u guys still have points from the last event? lol

is there a way to have this card annual fees waived?
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L4cky wrote: u guys still have points from the last event? lol
This is RFD. With all the deals posted in hot deals forcing us to buy things we don't need but are too good to pass up, our points are easily topped up lol
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MeatJuice wrote: I remember about a year ago there was also the option to redeem for a TFSA voucher at around the same redemption value as this
This is usually what I get. TFSA/RRSP/Invetsments.

While 30 percent off seems to be slightly better (2450 instead of 2500 for 25 dollars), the RRSP refund (and reinvested into the RRSP) beats it.
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May 2, 2015
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Toronto, ON
Damn.. I cashed out at 25%. Now.. How to get more points

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