$150 Cash Back after making $500 in purchases within first 90 days of account opening
Get an introductory APR rate of 0% for balance transfers for first 12 billing cycles from the date of account opening
Why We Like It
The TD Cash Credit Card is a great no annual fee Cash Back card if you dine out often.
Earn 2% Cash Back on dining purchases including at coffee shops, restaurants, cafes, and even fast food. Plus 1% Cash Back on everything else. If you spend $500 on dining per month, that's $120 Cash Back every year!
Limited-Time Bonus: you'll earn 15,000 Bonus Rewards (equal to $150 Cash Back) when you spend $500 within the first 90 days after account opening. This is a sign-up bonus with one of the lowest spending requirements offered by a cash back card. This offer ends January 31, 2018 so hurry!
Insider Tip: As a TD Bank cardholder you can buy Visa gift cards directly from TD Bank for no fees to purchase and make transactions. Normally you are charged a $5.95 fee for a $100 Visa gift card when you buy from a retail store or website! You can use your TD credit card to buy the gift cards.
It also carries a generous 0% intro APR on balance transfers for the first 12 billing cycles after account opening.
|Purchase APR||13.99%, 18.99% or 23.99% Variable|
|Intro Purchase APR||N/A|
|Balance Transfer APR||0% introductory APR for first 12 billing cycles after account opening. After that, 13.99%, 18.99% or 23.99% Variable|
|Intro Balance Transfer APR||0%|
|Intro Balance Transfer Period||12 months|
|Balance Transfer Fee||$10 or 4% of transfer whichever amount is greater|
|Cash Advance APR||24.24%|
|Cash Advance Fee||$10 or 5% of advance whichever amount is greater|
|Late Payment Fee||Up to $35|
|Foreign Transaction Fee||0%|
|Rewards Rate||Up to 2% Cash Back|
|Rewards Rate Details||Rewards can be redeemed for cash, gift cards, travel, or even merchandise through TD Bank's portal|
Opinions expressed here are author's alone, not those of any credit card issuer, and have not been reviewed, approved or otherwise endorsed by any of these entities.