Rewards Cards Canada readers, I want to know how you’d rank the top travel rewards credit cards in Canada.
For six years, Capital One’s Aspire Travel World MasterCard has (arguably) laid claim to the top spot with a combination of generous bonus points, powerful earning potential, and the flexible ways to redeem points.
But now that this card is no longer available to new applicants, readers want to know which travel card is best. To be honest, it’s a bit of a toss-up right now as the banks and credit card issuers jostle for position. While there isn’t a perfect credit card that fits everyone’s unique circumstances, we can get a sense of which cards MIGHT meet most of our criteria.
Here’s where you come in. Below I’ve listed 12 travel rewards credit cards, all with features that can be considered best-in-class. Select up to three that you consider the best on the market. I purposely chose “up to three” so that a reader will consider other cards besides the one in his or her wallet.
Top Travel Rewards Credit Cards
I’ll tabulate the results and post the winners here the week of March 2nd. From there, I’ll begin a series of articles that will attempt to rank and compare the top cards on the market, from earning to redemption. Stay tuned for that, and thanks for voting!
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