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TD Bank Sign-Up Bonus

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Although not the most popular card in the market, TD Bank is offering $100 after $1000 spend in 2 months, for their Easy Rewards credit card. This card now has the capability of redeeming for cash AND points.

 

Just figured I'd throw it out there for those of you that can utilize the 5x on dining, grocery, gas, and utilities for the first 6 months. They had this sign-up bonus around this time last year, as well, and I don't recall any other sign-up bonus on the cards previously!

 

http://www.tdbank.com/yourchoice/?cm_sp=b000-00-748

 

Offer ends September 21st.


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Re: TD Bank Sign-Up Bonus

So they combined the two cards into one.  Bonus looks good as it was already attractive for the first 6 months.  As you say, it's $1000 in two months (actually 60 days according to the website) rather than the more usual 3 months, but that should be an attainable goal for most.

 

 

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Re: TD Bank Sign-Up Bonus


longtimelurker wrote:

So they combined the two cards into one.  Bonus looks good as it was already attractive for the first 6 months.  As you say, it's $1000 in two months (actually 60 days according to the website) rather than the more usual 3 months, but that should be an attainable goal for most.

 

 


Indeed! Interestingly enough, it looks like the TD Cash Rewards is now strictly cash back in the form of a statement credit, and they have taken down the Payment Plus and put on the forefront their First Class card, which is a competitor for the CSP.


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Re: TD Bank Sign-Up Bonus

No spending cap?

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Re: TD Bank Sign-Up Bonus


Brusilov wrote:

No spending cap?


Nope! So far, completely unlimited!


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Re: TD Bank Sign-Up Bonus

Card offer looks GREAT! Too bad I need to garden!
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Re: TD Bank Sign-Up Bonus


KennyS2006 wrote:
Card offer looks GREAT! Too bad I need to garden!

Haha! And it's a shame I already have the card Smiley Mad didn't even get the sign up bonus back then, either...then again, that was pre-myFico too XD


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Re: TD Bank Sign-Up Bonus


KennyS2006 wrote:
Card offer looks GREAT! Too bad I need to garden!

Beauty is in the eye of the beholder. Smiley LOL

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Re: TD Bank Sign-Up Bonus


kevinjjc wrote:

KennyS2006 wrote:
Card offer looks GREAT! Too bad I need to garden!

Beauty is in the eye of the beholder. Smiley LOL


Guess so.  This card is very attractive to those who a) want uncapped cash back (rather than something like UR/MR/SPG) and b) don't mind a card that is good for only 6 months.  Otherwise, maybe not.

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Re: TD Bank Sign-Up Bonus

Thanks for the tip.  Maybe they will offer something else after the first of the year.  I will emerge from the garden in Feb/Mar.

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