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Another one bites the dust. TD Aeroplan closed

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Another one bites the dust. TD Aeroplan closed

In my quest to get down to five cards total, TD Aeroplan met it’s demise today, a couple days before it’s one year anniversary. It did it’s job keeping my Aeroplan points from expiring until May 2020. One more card to go in November. 😉

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Re: Another one bites the dust. TD Aeroplan closed

Congrats on making progress toward your goals. 

 

Do I read correctly the Aeroplan card, which is issued by TD Bank for a Canada airline, has a FTF? 

 

I will stick with my AMEX and Diners Club cards to earn potential Aeroplan points Smiley Happy

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Re: Another one bites the dust. TD Aeroplan closed


@NRB525 wrote:

Congrats on making progress toward your goals. 

 

Do I read correctly the Aeroplan card, which is issued by TD Bank for a Canada airline, has a FTF? 

 

I will stick with my AMEX and Diners Club cards to earn potential Aeroplan points Smiley Happy


The card is primarily aimed at Canadians for use in the United States. Those people will almost certainly already have a Canadian card that earns Aeroplan points. 






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Re: Another one bites the dust. TD Aeroplan closed

Congrats! I’m always a fan of closing down cards that you don’t want or use. 

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@RealityBites wrote:

@NRB525 wrote:

Congrats on making progress toward your goals. 

 

Do I read correctly the Aeroplan card, which is issued by TD Bank for a Canada airline, has a FTF? 

 

I will stick with my AMEX and Diners Club cards to earn potential Aeroplan points Smiley Happy


The card is primarily aimed at Canadians for use in the United States. Those people will almost certainly already have a Canadian card that earns Aeroplan points. 


Correct me if I’m wrong, but Canada is, like, this whole other country.  

 

There are specific Aeroplan cards issued to Canadians, and a specific card available to US residents.  I presume OP is referring to the US-issued card?

High Bal Jan 2009 $116k on $146k limits 80% Util.
Oct 2014 $46k on $127k 36% util EQ 722 TU 727 EX 727
April 2018 $18k on $344k 5% util EQ 806 TU 810 EX 812
Jan 2019 $7.6k on $360k EQ 832 TU 839 EX 831
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Re: Another one bites the dust. TD Aeroplan closed


@RealityBites wrote:

@NRB525 wrote:

Congrats on making progress toward your goals. 

 

Do I read correctly the Aeroplan card, which is issued by TD Bank for a Canada airline, has a FTF? 

 

I will stick with my AMEX and Diners Club cards to earn potential Aeroplan points Smiley Happy


The card is primarily aimed at Canadians for use in the United States. Those people will almost certainly already have a Canadian card that earns Aeroplan points. 


There is a US card for American citizens who happen to be a member of Aeroplan. I got the card specifically for the sign up bonus and to preserve my Aeroplan points for a trip i’m planning for February 2020. I have no idea if it has a FTF for purchases made outside the US since my purchases were inside the US.

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