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Using reward from Roger Bank card
February 12, 2019
6:51 pm
Jon
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Despite I was told that I can now redeem my reward online and on phone apps. I can't really do so and I am looking to see other people's experience here.

February 12, 2019
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Did you try Pay with Rewards App

February 13, 2019
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We asked for the annual credit and received it.

February 13, 2019
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I have it set up to use my rewards, when they have accumulated to more that $20.00, on the next purchase at any store over $20.00. This is a new way they came out with a couple of months ago and it works well for me.

February 13, 2019
8:21 am
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threeoakwest said
I have it set up to use my rewards, when they have accumulated to more that $20.00, on the next purchase at any store over $20.00. This is a new way they came out with a couple of months ago and it works well for me.  

I spoke to a Rogers account rep last week and he said that they weren't quite ready yet to give the generic reward for any purchase on the credit card statement. I did use my rewards last month, but that was to offset my Rogers internet, TV and phone bill. It still appears on the credit card statement as a "CashBack" credit.

February 13, 2019
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Same here. Haven't been able to use my rewards but no rush. Let them enroll it completely first.

February 13, 2019
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threeoakwest said
I have it set up to use my rewards, when they have accumulated to more that $20.00, on the next purchase at any store over $20.00. This is a new way they came out with a couple of months ago and it works well for me.  

I will try this later, but are you using it for Roger related purchases or just any old purchase?

It is really inconvenient that they don't allow cashback on previous purchasesf-crysf-yell. Especially they promise this will happen in this month.

February 13, 2019
4:43 pm
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Sorry, I'm just getting it for my Rogers bills at this time.

February 13, 2019
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My understanding is that if you're not paying for a Rogers product you have to call them once a year (before the end of December) and ask to redeem your rewards. I've added to my google calendar to remind me.

March 11, 2019
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If you're not paying for a Rogers product you have two options:
1) Call them once a year (@ the end of November, if you call them December 1 it would be to late!) and ask to redeem your rewards.
2) Go to Pay with Rewards and use one of these options:

How to redeem cash back rewards towards a purchase you've already made:
(only available with app)

1. Open the Mastercard® Pay with Rewards™ app on your phone. To download the app, search for 'Pay with Rewards' in the App Store or in Google Play.
2. Select the 'Redeem' tab to see your purchases in the past 90 days.
3. Select an eligible purchase (in yellow) and click redeem.

How to instantly redeem cash back rewards towards your purchase:
(available with app and online)

1. Enable Pay with Rewards for 'Next Only' transaction to redeem every time you have a minimum of $20 in cash back rewards.
2. Your eligible purchase must be a minimum of $20. If you would like to change your 'Purchase Minimum' , enter a new amount greater than $20.
3. Your cash back rewards will automatically be applied to your account as a credit when you make your next purchase.

I used option 2 and activated online “redeemed cash back toward your purchase” > Purchase Minimum $20 > Next Only > Apply. It worked for me as intended! sf-cool

March 11, 2019
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uniQChick said
If you're not paying for a Rogers product you have two options:
1) Call them once a year (@ the end of November, if you call them December 1 it would be to late!) and ask to redeem your rewards.
2) Go to Pay with Rewards and use one of these options:

How to redeem cash back rewards towards a purchase you've already made:
(only available with app)

1. Open the Mastercard® Pay with Rewards™ app on your phone. To download the app, search for 'Pay with Rewards' in the App Store or in Google Play.
2. Select the 'Redeem' tab to see your purchases in the past 90 days.
3. Select an eligible purchase (in yellow) and click redeem.

How to instantly redeem cash back rewards towards your purchase:
(available with app and online)

1. Enable Pay with Rewards for 'Next Only' transaction to redeem every time you have a minimum of $20 in cash back rewards.
2. Your eligible purchase must be a minimum of $20. If you would like to change your 'Purchase Minimum' , enter a new amount greater than $20.
3. Your cash back rewards will automatically be applied to your account as a credit when you make your next purchase.

I used option 2 and activated online “redeemed cash back toward your purchase” > Purchase Minimum $20 > Next Only > Apply. It worked for me as intended! sf-cool  

Thanks for that info.

March 12, 2019
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Last week I got an email congratulating me for arranging my first redemption on our Rogers Mastercard. This was news to me. The redemption did not show on my online account.

I called Rogers and it was confirmed that there was a redemption. I had been snooping around online looking at different features the website offers and got into the points redemption area. I recall seeing that you can set a reward to be placed on next purchase (as described in previous post). I made sure to turn that off for my card but must have missed that step for my spouse whose next purchase triggered the $39 redemption. It showed up a couple of days later so all is well. Make sure this is turned off if you do not want to redeem when the minimum level is reached.

I do not use phone for financial transactions. All above was with PC.

I have been able to track Roger's points tally exactly with their reckoning. Not so much with CTC Triangle but the difference is trivial.

March 12, 2019
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rodeworthy said

I have been able to track Roger's points tally exactly with their reckoning. Not so much with CTC Triangle but the difference is trivial.  

What is CTC Triangle?

March 12, 2019
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Joe said

What is CTC Triangle?  

Triangle credit card from Canadian Tire- If you get the World Elite includes unlimited km roadside assistance !!!

March 13, 2019
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Briguy said

Triangle credit card from Canadian Tire- If you get the World Elite includes unlimited km roadside assistance !!!  

That's a useful feature, if you don't mind the annual fee. I would never use CTB's credit cards because I refuse to use a credit card with an annual fee, but if your annual household spending is such that, net of the annual fee, it still works out to at least 2% cash back, then it's reasonable and saves you the BCAA or provincial auto insurance add on (i.e., RoadsidePlus from ICBC, which my parents use because it's cheaper and more comprehensive than BCAA or credit card rental vehicle coverage). On rental vehicle coverage, bear in mind that credit card rental vehicle coverage does not usually cover moving trucks (i.e., Budget, Uhaul, etc.). For that (vehicles over 5,000 GVW), you'll need something like ICBC's RoadsidePlus. (I know this from my experience renting Uhaul trucks, trailers, etc. at a self storage facility.)

Cheers,
Doug

March 13, 2019
10:22 am
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I have used CTC MasterCard for years. When they changed to adopt the Triangle logo we were provided with World Mastercards. Just recently got the World Elite cards.

No annual fees on any of them, ever.

Have not yet activated the Roadside Assistance. One of our three vehicles qualifies for the coverage. Will sign that one up when it gets back on the road post-winter.

The CTC emoney does add up but most of the other features of the card are of limited usefulness to us.

March 13, 2019
3:29 pm
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Doug said

That's a useful feature, if you don't mind the annual fee. I would never use CTB's credit cards because I refuse to use a credit card with an annual fee, but if your annual household spending is such that, net of the annual fee, it still works out to at least 2% cash back, then it's reasonable and saves you the BCAA or provincial auto insurance add on (i.e., RoadsidePlus from ICBC, which my parents use because it's cheaper and more comprehensive than BCAA or credit card rental vehicle coverage). On rental vehicle coverage, bear in mind that credit card rental vehicle coverage does not usually cover moving trucks (i.e., Budget, Uhaul, etc.). For that (vehicles over 5,000 GVW), you'll need something like ICBC's RoadsidePlus. (I know this from my experience renting Uhaul trucks, trailers, etc. at a self storage facility.)

Cheers,
Doug  

The Triangle credit card is free, as mentioned by Rodeworthy. It's a great card for roadside assistance, plus earns 5-7 cents a litre at CT Gas and participating Husky gas stations, and 3% at Grocery stores and 4% at Canadian Tire, Sport Chek and participating Mark's/L'Equipeur and Atmosphere stores.

I found in past when renting Uhaul commercial vans that their insurance coverage was a lot cheaper than competing van rental companies, but their mileage rate charge was very high.

March 13, 2019
6:14 pm
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Briguy said

Triangle credit card from Canadian Tire- If you get the World Elite includes unlimited km roadside assistance !!!

Looks like Canadian Tire Bank has pared the roadside assistance benefit back a bit.

The Triangle™ World Elite Mastercard Roadside Assistance Gold Plan is now up to 5 service calls per 12 month period, with a towing limit of 250 km. The only thing unlimited is "unlimited tows to any Canadian Tire Auto Service Centre within your towing limits" of 250 km.

March 14, 2019
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I don’t like the sound of that “towing to any Canadian Tire Auto Service Centre”! What if I want to use my own mechanic or tow the car to my home… Would they refuse to do so? sf-confused

March 14, 2019
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CT towing feature is not worth the paper it's not printed on.
The reason they offer it is because, once you're towed to their shop, they expect to be doing the work on the vehicle and will get their money back that way. So, you'd have to pay for a tow anyway to get it somewhere else.
This is only useful if you really like getting your car fixed at CT.

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