fbpx

Keep up to date on recent points and rewards articles.

What’s the best credit card for you? Advice from an expert

What’s the best credit card for you? Advice from an expert

The volume and value of cash transactions have significantly decreased over the years, according to the Bank of Canada. Instead, many Canadians prefer to pay for everyday purchases with credit cards, allowing them to earn cashback rewards and take advantage of other...

Travel rewards help cut costs on summer vacations amid rising prices

Travel rewards help cut costs on summer vacations amid rising prices

Canadians are changing their travel plans this summer due to rising costs of flights and hotels, according to a new Leger poll. The poll found one third of Canadians have changed or cancelled their vacation plans because of costs. Of those people, 43 per cent are...

Your reward points may be at risk once again.

Your reward points may be at risk once again.

As inflation and unaffordability remain at high rates, Canadian consumers need all the help they can get to make sure they can make ends meet or afford the things they want to do. Reward points are vital to so many of them. Unfortunately, there are those who would do away with them for their own gain.

Tired of rising gas prices? Reward points can provide relief

Tired of rising gas prices? Reward points can provide relief

Make the most of reward points this summer. Summer is in full swing, and that means driving and road trip season! However, we all know that gas prices are on the rise and affordability is hitting new lows across the country. But don’t let that get you down. Reward...

Post-Election Update

Post-Election Update

Our mission to protect your points continues   With the federal election over and a new government about to take power in Ottawa, we thought we should update you on our campaign to protect points and rewards. The Liberal party is expected to form a minority...

Canadians have already added their names. Join our growing list of supporters. 

Every day, millions of Canadians use reward-based credit cards to make purchases from basic necessities to fun and novelty items, collecting reward points while doing so. The CCRC fights to protect Canadians’ hard-earned points and rewards, and their ability to keep collecting and using them against any encroachment by government or other groups. We have been able to do so thanks to the support of everyday Canadians across the country. Join us to help us keep up our fight.