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[TD Rewards] Apple Watch 6 44mm GPS - $428.58 (points redemption OFFER)

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Jun 11, 2016
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Apple Watch 6 44mm GPS - $428.58 (points redemption OFFER)

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TD Rewards
Logged in to check for Deals during the Black Friday week, and saw they have multiple Apple deals running right now.

*Requires points redemption* but the math is:

Showing reg. redemption @ 228,580 pts @ 400 pts/per $ = $571.45
Sale price 171,435 @ 400pts/per $ = $428.58

There are also SE modals with or without Cellular. Lowest possible price is Apple Watch SE without Cellular 40mm which redeems @ $282.35 after points conversion.

Seems like a very hot deal (similar or better than Sport Chek deal with less hassle) and there is NO TAX applied to this redemption + free shipping.
Last edited by Gymmmm on Nov 25th, 2020 8:35 pm, edited 5 times in total.
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Jr. Member
Jun 17, 2008
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Saskatchewan
$414 equivalent for the 128gb ipad 10.2" is a pretty decent deal as well
Member
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Jun 6, 2018
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Seems like you need TD credit card for this to work. I have debit card but no cc :(
Member
Dec 10, 2012
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GTA
did they devalue td point value? in my memory the pts were worth more :S
Newbie
Nov 14, 2011
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Toronto
Ok I have a TD visa, I click the link and click add to cart and login, then once I login it disappears. Is this targeted?

I want to buy this!
[OP]
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Jun 11, 2016
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madelineacting wrote: Ok I have a TD visa, I click the link and click add to cart and login, then once I login it disappears. Is this targeted?

I want to buy this!
Not targeted, anyone can redeem for it!

- Maybe try logging in first, and then redeeming.
Last edited by Gymmmm on Nov 25th, 2020 5:15 pm, edited 1 time in total.
Deal Addict
Oct 12, 2012
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So you need a TD credit card to buy this?

Could I just ask anyone who has a TD credit card to buy it for me?
Newbie
Feb 24, 2016
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Winnipeg
171,435 @ 400pts/per $ = $427.50
Doubt it
Newbie
Nov 14, 2011
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Toronto
Do you have to have full points value like cant top up and pay the difference Maybe? Maybe thats why. I only have 2 catalogue options after logging in! Omg so mad I've been redeeming the cash back at random times for no apparent reason
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Feb 18, 2013
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cursayer wrote: So you need a TD credit card to buy this?

Could I just ask anyone who has a TD credit card to buy it for me?
I think you would need sufficient TD points no? Or is it like RBC where you can split it between points and pay the rest.
Jr. Member
Dec 25, 2019
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It need sufficient points. At least when I tried to get the deal
[OP]
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Jun 11, 2016
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weihui wrote: Doubt it
Fairly easy math but I'll explain it to you.

There is a tab called "redeem for cash" which shows you how much your TOTAL points is worth.

Total points [divided by] this number gets you your points per $ amount. (which is 400 btw)

171,435 / 400 = $428.58 is the total. No tax. No shipping fee.

Hope this helps you understand ◔ ⌣ ◔
Last edited by Gymmmm on Nov 25th, 2020 8:33 pm, edited 1 time in total.
Jr. Member
Jan 12, 2006
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How does your math work? You can redeem for $50 with 10K points ($0.005/pt) towards travel. 171,435 pts = $857.18..so I guess this is a deal only if you never plan to travel since $857.18 barely covers the cost of an international flight before COVID.
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Jul 22, 2007
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Sucks you can’t pay cash if you are short points. I’m like 7000 points short for the HomePod.
[OP]
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Jun 11, 2016
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dealqu wrote: How does your math work? You can redeem for $50 with 10K points ($0.005/pt) towards travel. 171,435 pts = $857.18..so I guess this is a deal only if you never plan to travel since $857.18 barely covers the cost of an international flight before COVID.
Expedia for TD doesn't have the same deals as regular Expedia, so you generally pay higher anyways. I've redeemed for travel in the past and found it not worth it lately with the price hikes.
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Feb 21, 2019
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Vancouver
Hopefully rbc follows suit
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Sep 11, 2009
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dealqu wrote: How does your math work? You can redeem for $50 with 10K points ($0.005/pt) towards travel. 171,435 pts = $857.18..so I guess this is a deal only if you never plan to travel since $857.18 barely covers the cost of an international flight before COVID.
Travel value was always more than cash value though, a lot of people redeemed a few months ago for the $10 credits for each $50 costco card which was a bit better value.

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