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[TD Bank] TD First Class Travel Visa Infinite (80k WB + FYF)

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Dec 25, 2016
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Hey guys!!!

if OP can post this at the beginning that'll be great!!!

TD Has most CC's FYF and with WB ATM. YOU CAN APPLY ONLINE OR IN BRANCH. THE CAMPAIGN HAS STARTED TODAY IN BRANCHES.
CARDS THAT ARE FYF:
TD® Aeroplan® Visa Infinite* Card (5,000 MIN LIMIT) (120 FEE WAIVED) --> 30,000 MILES WELCOME BONUS (15,000 initial, 15,000 after $1,000 SPEND)

TD® Aeroplan® Visa Platinum* Card (1,500 MIN LIMIT) (89 FEE WAIVED) --> 15,000 MILES WELCOME BONUS. (5,000 initial, 10,000 after $1000 spend)

TD Platinum Travel Visa* Card - (1,000 MIN LIMIT) (89 FEE WAIVED) --> 25,000 TD REWARDS WELCOME BONUS (15,000 initial, 10,000 after $1,000 spend)

TD Emerald Flex Rate Visa* Card - (1,000 MIN LIMIT) (25 FEE WAIVED) --> LOW INTEREST RATE (mostly LOL....)

TD REWARDS CONVERSION IS ABOUT THIS AMOUNT: 20,000 POINTS = 50$ GC (good choices from tdrewards.com)

I can't find my picture >.< so text will do
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Apr 26, 2003
901 posts
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Vancouver
anyone know if you can apply if you have a supplementary card?
Deal Fanatic
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Feb 7, 2008
5730 posts
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Ottawa
Can both myself and my wife sign up as Primary cardholders and get the points (160k total)?
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Nov 25, 2017
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nick227 wrote:
Mar 4th, 2019 11:56 am
Looks like the only condition is 6 months since last opened account. Not sure if product switches will work though, no mention of that.
I just signed up to aeroplan card and don't have card yet. Just applied today for First class as well. I spoke to multiple reps that said the 6 month rule is for each card and not all TD cards combined. They said I could get welcome bonus on aeroplan and first class as long as I dind't have either of those before
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TripleHelix wrote:
Mar 4th, 2019 12:06 pm
Can both myself and my wife sign up as Primary cardholders and get the points (160k total)?
yes but you cant combine points.
Jr. Member
Dec 25, 2004
100 posts
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Toronto
So it's online only? that sucks, was hoping to do a product transfer..
Deal Addict
Oct 30, 2013
1249 posts
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If I have a 2 year old card (this one), can I apply for this one and get the points?

It says "Must not have OPENED an account in the past 6 months", which I haven't. But does that also include existing ones?
Jr. Member
Mar 30, 2018
164 posts
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Did you switch from another TD credit card or applied both as new application? I have TD visa cashback and signed up for Aeroplan (same as you haven't received it yet). Can i switch my cashback card with First class and still get points?
Shawnies wrote:
Mar 4th, 2019 12:08 pm
I just signed up to aeroplan card and don't have card yet. Just applied today for First class as well. I spoke to multiple reps that said the 6 month rule is for each card and not all TD cards combined. They said I could get welcome bonus on aeroplan and first class as long as I dind't have either of those before
Newbie
Aug 2, 2015
92 posts
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North York, ON
coolkunal wrote:
Mar 4th, 2019 10:11 am
How can i know my pre approved limit ?
You can call in and ask. They tell you your limit.
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Oct 7, 2008
1197 posts
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Can I switch from an old TD Aeroplan to this and get the offer?
Newbie
Dec 18, 2006
96 posts
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Edmonton
I know you can buy Disney park tickets on Expedia, but does anyone know if you can do the same on TD for Expedia using TD Points?
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Jul 24, 2005
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Can anyone explain the "real life" practical effect of this card (TD First Class Travel Visa Infinite) not having "Flight/Trip Delay Insurance"?
How is that different from "Trip Cancellation/Trip Interruption Insurance" (which is included with this card)?
I noticed that the sister card (TD Aeroplan Visa Infinite) includes "Flight/Trip Delay Insurance", so why would TD leave out such feature for their other premium travel card?
Thanks in advance.
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Feb 20, 2008
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jdso wrote:
Mar 4th, 2019 12:47 pm
I know you can buy Disney park tickets on Expedia, but does anyone know if you can do the same on TD for Expedia using TD Points?
Just logged in to check. Yes you can. Disney, Universal, Legoland and so much more.

Legoland is even 7$ cheaper on expediafortd.com

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