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Tangerine

Targeted - 1.50% interest rate* until August 31, 2021 - on New Money RRSP, TFSA, CASH AND US$

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Member
Nov 17, 2016
205 posts
169 upvotes
I collect money when these offers are in place then pay off my credit cards or buy GICs when they expire. That way I always start new when they offer good interest rates.
Newbie
Mar 7, 2011
37 posts
18 upvotes
i called and got nothing. Also, called Simplii and nothing as well. Sigh.
Deal Fanatic
Feb 4, 2015
7882 posts
4006 upvotes
Canada, Eh!!
Family member got offer... also rocking 2.5% offer from before.
2022: BOC raised 2 times and MCAP raised its prime next day.
2017 to 2018: BOC raised rates 5 times and MCAP raised its prime next day each time.
2020: BOC dropped rates 3 times and MCAP waited to drop its prime to include all 3 drops.
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May 7, 2007
13912 posts
5698 upvotes
georvu wrote: Family member got offer... also rocking 2.5% offer from before.
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Aug 13, 2020
1001 posts
4555 upvotes
Vancouver Island
georvu wrote: Family member got offer... also rocking 2.5% offer from before.
Darkman wrote: ???
I don't have a handy RFD translator but I read this as "I think Georvu has a family member that received an offer and Georvu is benefiting from a previous Tangerine 2.5% offer at the moment"
Deal Fanatic
Jul 4, 2004
8987 posts
1942 upvotes
emma_hai wrote: i called and got nothing. Also, called Simplii and nothing as well. Sigh.
Vote with your money and go to Canadian Tire Bank (not my 1st choice) or EQ Bank. It's just that simple and you get to keep your dignity by not having to beg. Imagine, begging a bank to take your money - now we've all really lost it.
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Newbie
Jan 22, 2017
94 posts
46 upvotes
AB
I haven't received any offers from Tangerine for over a year! Pretty bleak.
Deal Fanatic
Feb 4, 2015
7882 posts
4006 upvotes
Canada, Eh!!
IslandDeal wrote: I don't have a handy RFD translator but I read this as "I think Georvu has a family member that received an offer and Georvu is benefiting from a previous Tangerine 2.5% offer at the moment"
You are universal translator like in Star Trek!! :)
2022: BOC raised 2 times and MCAP raised its prime next day.
2017 to 2018: BOC raised rates 5 times and MCAP raised its prime next day each time.
2020: BOC dropped rates 3 times and MCAP waited to drop its prime to include all 3 drops.
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Jul 20, 2002
1478 posts
321 upvotes
georvu wrote: You are universal translator like in Star Trek!! :)
Maybe he a Babel Fish* that lives inside your head.

And I got no offer on my account either.


*(Only Hitchhiker fans will get it).
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Oct 15, 2015
2576 posts
2420 upvotes
Montreal, QC
hmmm......so a 1.50% interest rate is a hot deal now? lol
Member
Jul 29, 2007
310 posts
208 upvotes
Markham
lol......My Insights still says "Great news! We’re extending your special 1.70%* Savings rate until March 17, 2021."
Member
Dec 31, 2011
287 posts
347 upvotes
ETOBICOKE
I've got no offers for years. I think they have forgotten about my account. It's empty except for a few cents I transfer every so often to keep it active.

It's back at motive for 1.3% after the simplii promotion of 2.5 ended
Deal Fanatic
Jan 21, 2014
6493 posts
3898 upvotes
I must be one of their favorite customers as they consistently offered me these special bonus rates over the years. I think the longest gap was just over 4 months last year where I got nothing. I never call or beg, just quietly move my money out
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Sr. Member
Oct 22, 2007
580 posts
699 upvotes
Ah. I remember the days I used to chase HISA rates. Then I grew up and realized one can make 2% in a day in an ETf versus chug along to earn 1.2% in a year.
Member
Dec 31, 2011
287 posts
347 upvotes
ETOBICOKE
Same. I just keep a bit of cash in those savings account now. With things like VEQT, XAW, and VFV making more, why bother chasing peanuts, unless of course you need the money soon or are very risk adverse.
Deal Addict
Dec 31, 2013
2396 posts
1897 upvotes
condo
Might as well give my savings to EQ bank... and save the work of moving funds around later...
Sr. Member
Jun 12, 2015
668 posts
327 upvotes
Mississauga
Phonophoresis wrote: Ouch, 1.5%.

No lottery for me this time, but at 1.5%... into EQ my money goes! Given rates are the same, would way rather support EQ due to consistent, fair offerings; as opposed to TNG, where I have to deal with this stupid lottery every few months and make sure I move my money out the few days before. Plus, EQ has a built-in chequing/savings account; whereas with TNG, you have to transfer back and forth.
I thought EQ regular is 2.3%?

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