Appearances


How to travel like a VIP without breaking the bank – Breakfast Television Toronto   Recently updated !

As seen on Breakfast Television Toronto on July 18, 2019, Winston Sih talks about how you can have a VIP travel experience, including lounge access, dining and wine experiences, and premium aircraft seating.

This segment is sponsored by Scotiabank.


Tips to save on hidden travel fees – Breakfast Television Toronto   Recently updated !

As seen on Breakfast Television Toronto on June 26, 2019, Winston Sih shares his top tips to save on hidden travel fees from tourist taxes, ATM charges, and the good old cash vs. credit debate.

This segment is sponsored by Scotiabank.


Canada’s Best Aeroplan Credit Cards – MoneySense

Now that Air Canada has acquired the Aeroplan loyalty program—and announced that it will be replacing Aeroplan with something new in 2020—we know that credit card offerings will be changing in the future, too.

In the meantime, Air Canada has promised it will be business as usual when it comes to earning and redeeming Aeroplan rewards points, and for frequent flyers of Air Canada and Star Alliance partners, there are some lucrative rewards credit card offers to consider right now. We’ve selected the three best based on our analysis of fees, points accumulation, redemption structures and flexibility to help get you to your next vacation faster. 

READ: The best Aeroplan credit cards in Canada


Canada’s Best No Foreign Transaction Fee Credit Cards – MoneySense

Currency exchange board showing cross rates between various countries.


Millions of Canadians travel abroad with their domestic credit cards—and not realizing they’re racking up foreign transaction (also called “forex”) fees with every purchase. The 2.5% charged for every purchase you make in a foreign currency might not seem much, but can add up very quickly. For perspective, that’s $25 in forex fees for every $1,000 you spend on your card, and you have to pay the exchange rate as well.

If you like to explore other countries on vacation or your work frequently takes you abroad, it’s worth considering a card that travels with you. 

The good news is there are a few credit cards that offer no foreign transaction fees (or their fees are returned to you as cash back), ultimately helping frequent travellers put the 2.5% back into their pockets. These picks are based on our analysis of each card’s benefits and annual fees; foreign transaction fees and how they’re handled (if rebated); and whether there are additional rewards incentives for using the card domestically and/or abroad. 

READ: The best no foreign transaction fee credit cards in Canada