Weekly Review- $100 Gift Card, $50 Gift Card, $250 Gift Card…Gift Card Edition

As usual we have a few announcements this Friday, mostly good :).

Free $100 Gift Card – RateSupermarket.ca

Folks over at Ratesupermarket.ca have a limited time promotion which runs till February 28th. If you apply for a Scotia Momentum® VISA Infinite Card, Scotiabank Value® VISA Card or Scotiabank Gold American Express Card and are approved you will receive a $100 gift card PLUS you are entered to win $1,200! The gift card can be redeemed at Bon appetite, Chapters, Starbucks and Future Shop. My favourite out of the three card options is the Scotia Momentum® VISA Infinite Card.

Credit Card Center

After some procrastination I finally got around to having a dedicated credit card center. The Credit Card Center is your one stop shop for all your credit card needs. We will have the latest deals and offers along with relevant articles. Current offers are mainly for Canadians, but I will be adding more US offers in the coming weeks. To celebrate the launch we will be giving away 3 $50 Amazon gift cards! All you have to do is share the page with your Facebook/Twitter friends. Just like or share the page and you will be entered in the draw. When sharing on Facebook please make sure you tag us on it! We will announce the winners next Friday (25th of January). Good Luck!

FLCU $250 Visa Gift Card Contest

Our friends at FLCU are running $250 Visa gift card contest! All you have to do is make a video of your New Year’s Resolution and share it with them! More details.

This Weeks Reading

Why A Strong Dollar Will Be Bad For Your Portfolio @ Excess Return

How I Support My Family On One Income « Canadian Budget Binder @ Canadian Budget Binder

Important Pension Plan Changes for Ontario Members @ Million Dollar Journey

Get A Job  @ The Money Puzzle

Are You Realistic about Your Ability to Reach Your Financial Goals? @ Canadian Finance Blog

The Downsides to Common Frugal Tips @ One Smart Dollar

If you want to price match, please… @ My Own Advisor

How Payday Loans Make Lenders Rich and Borrowers Poor @ Barbara Friedberg Personal Finance

The Money Question You Don’t Want Your Spouse to Ask @ Mighty Bargain Hunter

What Expenses To Expect As A New Homeowner @ Money Under 30

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