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If you’re due for a nice welcome bonus, today is pretty much your last chance to take advantage of one of the 2 TD offers, due to TD’s unique peculiarity. The deals give you either $750 or ≈ $622, but they’re very different. Both are excellent though — among the very best available right now.

Yes, the end date for the deals is June 3, but with TD, you need to be approved by June 3 — whereas with almost every other bank, you just need to apply by June 3. And because the TD approval process has a very unique peculiarity, you should NOT wait if you are interested in any of these 2 deals.

Here are the 2 TD deals and important details.

 

Overview of the TD increased offers ending

You need to know the important basics about travel rewards and the peculiarity of TD applications (both explained below), but I’ll start with the deals themselves.

Here are the 2 TD deals:

  • TD First Class Travel Visa Infinite Card
    • $750 net value
    • Points of the more simple type
    • It’s one of the best offers for simple points
    • It’s not restrictive at all and gives you flexibility
    • It can be used for almost any travel expense
    • The value of the points doesn’t change
  • TD Aeroplan Visa Infinite Card
    • $622 net value
    • Points of the more lucrative type
    • It’s one of the best offers for Aeroplan points
    • It’s more restrictive and you need to have flexibility
    • It can be used for only some flights
    • The value of the points can be $6000 too!
Some TD cards of my girlfriend and I (photo credit: Andrew D’Amours/Flytrippers)

 

TD First Class Travel Visa Infinite Card

Hundreds and hundreds of Flytrippers readers have already taken advantage of this amazing deal for simple points, so join them now if you haven’t already.

No other card in Canada has ever offered a welcome bonus of over $700 for simple points: it’s one of the best deals ever seen for simple points.

TD First Class Travel® Visa Infinite* Card


min. income: $60k (or $100k household)
Flytrippers Valuation
of Welcome bonus (net value)
$
Rewards: $625*
Card fee: $0 $139
ends September 3rd

spend $5,000 in 6 months

Interest rates:

Purchases: 20.99%

Cash advances: 22.99%

Cash advances (QC): 20.99%

Terms and conditions apply. Flytrippers editorial opinion only. TD is not responsible for maintaining the content on this site. Please click "Apply Now" to see most up-to-date information.

Here’s exactly what you’ll get in terms of rewards: 

  • $650 off any travel expense through Expedia for TD
    • 100,000 TD Rewards points (welcome bonus)
    • 30,000 TD Rewards points (earn on min. spend)
  • $100 off any $500 hotel booking through Expedia for TD
    • TD travel credit (card benefit every calendar year)

Expedia for TD has almost all possible travel options imaginable. You can also use your TD Rewards points on bookings made on other websites, but you get 25% more value if you use them through their platform… so that’s definitely what Flytrippers recommends since it’s so easy.

Amazing deal! The first year annual fee is rebated and the points are super simple, it’s an absolute no-brainer to seize it if you want simple points and a huge $750 bonus!

You actually get 2 travel credits in your first card membership year (2024 and 2025), but we only include 1 to be more conservative with our Flytrippers Valuation!

Best alternative to the TD First Class Travel Visa Infinite Card: If you don’t qualify in terms of minimum income OR want points that are worth more when used on any website, the Scotiabank Gold American Express Card is the best alternative. You’ll get $655 that can be used on any travel expense on any website — or even free groceries without losing any value.

 

TD Aeroplan Visa Infinite Card

Aeroplan points are by far the best rewards for those who want to maximize the value they get, and this is currently the highest offer on Aeroplan cards of this level.

You also get a few Air Canada benefits, like free checked bags for you and up to 8 companions on the same booking and even a credit for NEXUS membership.

TD® Aeroplan® Visa Infinite* Card


min. income: $60k (or $100k household)
Flytrippers Valuation
of Welcome bonus (net value)
≈ $
Rewards: ≈ $641*
Card fee: $139
ends September 3rd

spend $12,000 in 12 months

(or $7,500 for lower bonus)

Interest rates:

Purchases: 20.99%

Cash advances: 22.99%

Cash advances (QC): 20.99%

Terms and conditions apply. Flytrippers editorial opinion only. TD is not responsible for maintaining the content on this site. Please click "Apply Now" to see most up-to-date information.

Here’s exactly what you can get with those rewards: 

  • $1260 to UNLIMITED for premium cabin flights
  • $900 to $1260 for specific economy flights
  • $660 for any flight on Air Canada

The value of Aeroplan points varies greatly depending on how you use them. If you use them well, they’re worth so much more than our conservative Flytrippers Valuation. We have a ton of content coming soon to help you maximize these points. They’re so amazing, as our Flytrippers Valuation of Aeroplan points is literally unlimited!

Amazing deal! It’s an excellent net value of ≈ $622 that can be way higher if you want! To get that full welcome bonus valued at ≈ $900 conservatively, you need to pay the annual fee of $139 for the first 2 years (the offer includes a renewal bonus).

Aeroplan has very unique rules: You officially cannot get the welcome bonus on this card if you’ve had this card or the American Express Aeroplan Card or the CIBC Aeroplan Visa Infinite Card. In practice, the rules aren’t always strictly enforced… especially if it’s been a while and especially between Amex and TD.

Best alternative to the TD Aeroplan Visa Infinite Card: If you don’t qualify in terms of minimum income, the American Express Aeroplan Card is the best alternative. You’ll still get the free checked bags. Also, the American Express Cobalt Card has points that are transferable to Aeroplan, and it’s the best overall card in Canada — but it doesn’t offer Air Canada benefits.

 

Important note about the TD application process

While TD often has some of the best offers and card products in Canada, their application process can definitely be inferior.

It’s important to read the details about the peculiarities of the TD application process.

 

Important basics about travel rewards

Our Flytrippers readers have now earned over 3 million dollars in free travel with our travel rewards deals like these ones, but if you’re not part of them yet or maybe haven’t been too careful, you might not know the basics about travel rewards.

Getting new cards will improve your credit score, contrary to the very common and very wrong myth, but you absolutely must always follow these 3 simple rules:

  • Pay everything on time and in full every single month
    • No exceptions; very simple rule
  • Never close your oldest cards (only talking about the old ones)
    • You can downgrade your old ones to a no-fee version
  • Space out your card application days by 2-3 months
    • The world of travel rewards is a marathon, not a sprint

You can read our infographic that summarizes all the other important basics about the wonderful world of travel rewards.

 

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Summary

The excellent increased offers on the TD First Class Travel Visa Infinite Card and the TD Aeroplan Visa Infinite Card are ending tomorrow night, but you need to be approved by then — and that may require an extra step due to the unique peculiarity of the TD application process.

 

What would you like to know about the TD offers ending in June 2024? Tell us in the comments below.

 

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Andrew D'Amours

Andrew is the co-founder of Flytrippers. He is passionate about traveling the world but also, as a former management consultant, about the travel industry itself. He shares his experiences to help you save money on travel. As a very cost-conscious traveler, he loves finding deals and getting free travel thanks to travel rewards points... to help him visit every country in the world (current count: 71/193 Countries, 47/50 US States & 9/10 Canadian Provinces).

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