Canada’s Top Travel Rewards Credit Cards for 2011

Yesterday on our Canadian site RewardsCanada.ca we posted our third annual picks for Canada’s top travel rewards credit cards. New for this year is Canada’s Choice, where we asked Canadians to vote for their favorite travel rewards credit cards with the results to be posted along side our rankings. We have combed over 70 different credit cards offering travel rewards for Canadians and of those there are a few that really stand out. While it is practically impossible to give this question a perfect one card answer, we can breakdown the market of Canadian Travel Rewards credit cards into five major categories that these cards fall into. Without further ado, here are the top travel rewards credit cards for 2011 as picked by RewardsCanada.ca along with Canada’s Choice for each category:


Top Travel Points Credit Card (with annual fee)
Rewards Canada’s Pick: Capital One Aspire Travel™ World MasterCard®
Canada’s Choice: American Express Air Miles Platinum Credit Card

Top Travel Points Credit Card (with no annual fee)
Rewards Canada’s Pick: American Express Blue Sky Credit Card
Canada’s Choice: American Express Air Miles Credit Card

Top Hybrid Travel Credit Card (with annual fee)
Rewards Canada’s Pick: American Express Gold Rewards Card
Canada’s Choice: American Express Gold Rewards Card

Top Airline Credit Card
Rewards Canada’s Pick: CIBC AeroGold Visa Infinite
Canada’s Choice: American Express AeroplanPlus Platinum Card

Top Hotel Points Credit Card
Rewards Canada’s Pick: (tie) Starwood Preferred Guest Credit Card from American Express and Priority Club® World MasterCard® from Capital One
Canada’s Choice: Starwood Preferred Guest Credit Card from American Express

For the complete article, details on each card plus runners up in each category please visit the full Canada’s Top Travel Rewards Credit Card for 2011 page on the Rewards Canada website

Care to comment on our choices? Want to voice your opinion on the good and the bad of all the Travel Rewards Credit Cards in Canada. Share you views and experiences by leaving a comment below.

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