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Canada's Credit Card and Travel Research Resource
Canada's Credit Card and Travel Research Resource

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Many North Americans visit Mexico on an all-inclusive holiday. But what if you could travel to Mexico outside of a resort, have a more authentic experience and pay much less?! Check out our guest post on +Creditwalk to find out how :)

#mexico   #traveltips   #holiday   #travel   #vacation  

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Do you collect Esso Extra points? Are they worth collecting or should we look elsewhere. Read more.

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Teach english abroad, where do you start? Learn more from some real life (Canadian) experiences.

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What do you do when you're just short on +Aeroplan Canada  Miles for your dream trip? Take a look at some practical solutions to this problem and some tips on getting around the default Air Canada fuel surcharges.

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How do you plan to carry your cash while travelling? Take a look at what the experts do. Featuring +Janice Waugh and +Mariellen Ward 

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Newly blogged: Toronto to Calgary Flights on RBC Avion Rewards. Part 4 of 4.

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TODAY: Toronto to Chicago Flights on RBC Avion Rewards. Part 3 of the 4 part series.

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What do 20 of Canada's most influential travel enthusiasts have to say about Travel, Credit Cards and Travel Rewards? Some responses may surprise you!

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Do you collect RBC Avion Rewards? Ever tried to spend them only to encounter deals you didn't think were so good? A reader asks how to maximize his points, he has 135K which is just short of booking his entire trip. Take a look at some of the best travel hacks of spending these rewards. Including taking advantage of a limited time transfer bonus which goes on until June 30th. Convert 1000 RBC Rewards points = 1500 British Airways Avios. Three case study examples to follow.

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11 ideas for earning money while you travel. If you can earn money on the road, it's likely you will need a much smaller budget to travel and stay abroad.
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