CreditCardReview.ca Launches a New Credit Card Guide to Save Big and Stay Debt-free

CreditCardReview.ca offers a new credit card section to help visitors to maximize rewards and earn free money.

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We believe that we created the most comprehensive Canadian rewards credit card guide offering in-depth reviews of over 80 rewards cards.

(PRWEB) December 11, 2013

The new rewards credit card guide (http://www.creditcardreview.ca/creditcard-1-2-2-2-2-2-2-2/) went live today to present in-depth reviews of popular cards and rewards programs offered by Canadian banks.    

The guide was created by the content development team at CreditCardReview.ca and offers comparisons of rewards credit cards. Developed in response to visitors’ requests, the guide shows customers that using a credit card can result in substantial savings. Holders earn bonus points on various categories of purchases, including gas, restaurant meals, and others.

“We believe that we created the most comprehensive Canadian rewards credit card guide offering in-depth reviews of over 80 rewards cards,” said John Williams, marketing consultant at CreditCardReview.ca.

The new section features detailed reviews of 84 rewards credit cards by MasterCard, Visa, and AMEX, offered by major Canadian banks. Visitors of CreditCardReview.ca can do easy comparisons to save on charges, maximize rewards, and take full advantage of the promos. Rewards credit cards feature sign-up bonuses, complementary upgrades, hotel points, and other perks and benefits. International and domestic travelers earn rewards and are offered the chance to score some low-cost or free flights. Cardholders benefit from high-end perks, generous bonuses, and no-expiration policies. At the same time, choosing the right credit card can be a challenge given the wide variety of products available. Some products come with inactivity penalties, sign-up requirements, and point caps. Another problem is that bonus miles and rewards points are often devalued due to inflation. Complimentary bonuses and rewards also require heavy spending. What is more, some credit card issuers penalize holders for inactivity meaning that they lose the bonus points they’ve collected so far. Unlike them, there are rewards credit cards that save money, offer rewards, and smooth consumption. To choose the right product, however, it is important to consider the costs along with the perks and benefits. The new section of CreditCardReview.ca offers detailed descriptions and comparisons of direct costs such as annual fees and interest charges. The goal is to help visitors to learn about spending requirements, redemption rules, bonus categories, and other features of rewards credit cards.

About CreditCardReview.ca: CreditCardReview.ca is a Canadian credit card directory offering information on the major banks and credit cards in Canada, along with many useful credit card related articles and guides.


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