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The best CIBC credit cards in Canada

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BMO eclipse Visa Infinite* Card

Food & transit

$120

  • 5 pts/$1 for gas, groceries, restaurants
  • 1 pts/$1 for other
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CIBC Dividend® Visa Infinite* Card

Groceries & gas

$120

  • 4% eligible gas, groceries
  • 2% bills, restaurants, Daily transit
  • 1% other
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CIBC Aventura® Visa Infinite* Card

Travel

$139

  • 2 pts/$1 for travel purchased through the CIBC Rewards Centre
  • 1.5 pts/$1 for eligible gas, groceries, pharmacy
  • 1 pts/$1 for other
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CIBC Dividend Platinum® Visa* Card

Gas and groceries

$99

  • 3% eligible gas, groceries
  • 1% other
  • 2% bills, restaurants
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CIBC credit cards overview

As a leading bank in Canada, CIBC offers over 20 credit cards for the diverse needs of Canadians, including some of the most popular travel rewards credit cards in the country.

Travel Rewards

CIBC offers two types of travel rewards credit cards: Aventura Visa Cards and Aeroplan Visa Cards. The four personal CIBC Aventura Visa Cards let you collect Aventura Points on all of your purchases, which are redeemable for airfare on any airlines with no blackout periods, or a number of merchandise items available on the CIBC Aventure website. Each tier comes with greater rewards, but also a larger annual income requirement and larger annual fee. If you strictly want to earn travel rewards points, you could also look at one of the three CIBC Aeroplan Visa Cards, which let you earn Aeroplan Miles for each $1 spent on your credit card. Similar to the Aventura cards, each tier comes with greater rewards and better sign-up bonuses, but also larger annual income requirements and larger annual fees. CIBC also offers special Aventura and Aeroplan cards for both students and businesses (as well as some everyday cards for them, too).

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Cash Back Rewards

On top of offering some of the most popular travel rewards credit cards, CIBC offers a variety of other credit card products with great rewards. If you’d prefer to earn cash back with each purchase you make, there are four CIBC Dividend Visa Cards to choose from - some of which offer up to 4% cash back on groceries and gas. 

Other Cards

If you tend to carry a balance, the CIBC Select Visa Card has a low interest rate of 13.99%. And finally, if you’re someone who travels south of the border often enough, you may also want to consider getting a CIBC US Dollar Visa Aventura Gold Visa Card, which will let you pay with US funds and avoid transaction fees.



More on CIBC

The Canadian Imperial Bank of Commerce (CIBC) was founded in 1867 and is one of the leading financial institutions in Canada. In 2014, Bloomberg Markets ranked CIBC as the second strongest bank in North America and 15th strongest in the world. CIBC offers retail and business banking, wealth management and wholesale banking. With headquarters in Toronto, Ontario, and over 1,100 branches around the world, CIBC has over 45,000 employees and serves 10 million clients.

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