Cash Back Rebates: Tangerine Credit Cards

by | Published Sep 5, 2022 | Edited Sep 5, 2022


As part of the Frugal Flyer Rebates program, we are now offering cash back rebates on two Tangerine credit cards: the Tangerine Money-Back Mastercard and the Tangerine World Mastercard.

Tangerine Cash Back Rebates

Frugal Flyer is now offering cash back rebates on Tangerine’s line of credit cards. Taking advantage of the Frugal Flyer Rebates program, in addition to the card’s existing welcome bonus can become very lucrative.

The table below outlines all of the details surrounding these offers, including the total value you can expect to receive from these cards:

Credit CardWelcome BonusFrugal Flyer RebateTotal Value
Tangerine Money-Back MastercardEarn 15% cash back for up to $1,000 in purchases in the first two months of account opening (worth $150).

This card has no annual fee.
$50$200
Tangerine World MastercardEarn 15% cash back for up to $1,000 in purchases in the first two months of account opening (worth $150).

This card has no annual fee.
$50$200

While both Tangerine Mastercards offer a similar total value, they do offer differ in their overall offerings. Therefore, before applying we recommend that you look into both cards separately to find the one that is right for your wallet.

Interested in applying for any of the Tangerine credit cards listed above? Apply with Frugal Flyer Rebates to secure your additional cash back today.

Eligible Tangerine Credit Cards

We are currently offering cash back on two Tangerine credit cards through the Frugal Flyer Rebates program.

Tangerine Money-Back Credit Card

Tangerine Money-Back

The Tangerine Money-Back card earns cash back and gives cardholders the opportunity to choose three accelerated spending categories to increase their cash back earnings.

Check out our Tangerine Money-Back review for more details about this card.

BONUS
150 Cash back
MINSPEND
$1,000
NET VALUE
$150+
ANNUAL FEE
$0
FOREX FEES
Yes

The Tangerine Money-Back credit card earns cash back on all purchases.

Cardholders are able to select three accelerated money-back categories of their choice. Any purchases made in their selected categories will earn 2% cash back. Cardholders are eligible to modify their selected accelerated cash back categories at any point, however it will take one billing cycle for the new accelerated category to take effect.

Any cash back that is earned on the Tangerine Money-Back card is deposited either as a statement credit on the credit card account or in a Tangerine savings account (depending on the cardholder’s preference).

Tangerine World Mastercard

Tangerine World

The Tangerine World card earns cash back and gives cardholders the opportunity to choose three accelerated spending categories to increase their cash back earnings.

Check out our Tangerine World review for more details about this card.

BONUS
150 Cash back
MINSPEND
$1,000
NET VALUE
$150+
ANNUAL FEE
$0
FOREX FEES
Yes

The Tangerine World credit card earns cash back on all purchases.

Cardholders are able to select three accelerated money-back categories of their choice. Any purchases made in their selected categories will earn 2% cash back. Cardholders are eligible to modify their selected accelerated cash back categories at any point, however it will take one billing cycle for the new accelerated category to take effect.

Any cash back that is earned on the Tangerine World card is deposited either as a statement credit on the credit card account or in a Tangerine savings account (depending on the cardholder’s preference).

Conclusion

Tangerine’s credit card lineup provides a couple of great no-fee options for cardholders who want to earn the easiest to redeem currency: cash. Coupled with the insurance coverages that are offered, these cards present a unique value proposition within the no annual fee credit card sector in Canada.

If you are interested in earning additional cash back on your next Tangerine credit card application, visit the Frugal Flyer Rebate Program page to apply.

Hugh Campbell

Hugh Campbell

Senior Editor at Frugal Flyer
Hugh has been involved in the miles and points game since 2015 but has scaled up his knowledge and points-earning potential in recent years. In 2019, Hugh stepped things up when he met Reed in addition to a few other miles and points fanatics (err degenerate churners) and has since been able to capitalize on the various expertise that each member brings to the group.

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