[TD Bank] Targetted Get a one‑time deposit of $5 when you shop online using the Visa Debit feature on your TD Access Card
- TD Bank
I haven't tried using it yet. Don't see if there is a minimum purchase required.
Until February 14, 2018, get a one‑time deposit of $5¹ when you shop online using the Visa Debit feature on your TD Access Card.
Get $5 deposited into your account when you shop online with your TD Access Card for the first time. Offer expires February 14, 2018.
To take advantage of this offer, use your TD Access Card with Visa Debit to shop online now. Here’s how:
1 Select something to purchase and choose Visa Debit or Visa as the card type at checkout.²
2 Enter your TD Access Card number, expiry date and three-digit security code found on the back of your card, or follow the webpage prompts.
3 Enter your name, billing and shipping information as required to process the transaction.
Start shopping online today and enjoy the convenience, security and freedom that your TD Access Card with Visa Debit offers.
* Fine Print
¹ One (1) $5 credit will be automatically applied to the TD Canada Trust bank account from which the first eligible Visa Debit online transaction is made. Offer applies to Visa Debit online purchases/transactions completed between 12:01 a.m. on February 1, 2018, and 11:59 p.m. on February 14, 2018. Credit will be processed up to 6 weeks after offer expiry date, provided the account has not been closed. Limit of one credit per customer. Credit will be automatically earned and applied if purchase is made in accordance with these offer terms and conditions. Customers will not receive any other notification of the credit. This is a targeted offer, applicable only to TD customers who are recipients of this targeted message, and cannot be transferred. TD Canada Trust reserves the right to amend or cancel the offer at any time.
² Choose Visa Debit for online Canadian merchants.
³ Visa Zero Liability applies to all online and international transactions. Should your TD Access Card become compromised, you will not be held liable as long as you have met your obligations as outlined in the Cardholder and Electronic Financial Services Terms and Conditions. You are automatically protected – and no additional sign-up is required.