Tangerine Money-Back

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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 Mastercard review for more details.

Rewards Rates

The Tangerine Money-Back credit card accrues cash back for all purchases made on the card:

  • 2% cash back on three money-back categories of your choice.
  • 0.5% cash back on all other purchases.

Cardholders are able to select three categories in which they will receive the elevated 2% cash back. These categories include grocery, furniture, restaurants, hotel/motel, gas, recurring bill payments, drug store, home improvement, entertainment, and public transport/parking.

Cardholders are able to adjust their elevated 2% cash back categories whenever desired, however, it will take one billing cycle for the change to take effect.

Redeeming Cash Back

Money-back rewards that are earned on the Tangerine Money-Back Mastercard are paid monthly. The cash back will be issued either as a statement credit on the credit card account or as a deposit to a Tangerine savings account, depending on the cardholder’s preference.

Insurance Coverage

The Tangerine Money-Back credit card offers two types of insurance coverage:

  • Purchase assurance
  • Extended warranty insurance

Other Cash Back Cards You Might Consider

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TD Cash Back Visa Infinite 350 Cash back $350 Apply
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BMO CashBack World Elite 250 Cash back $250 Apply
Scotiabank Momentum Visa Infinite 200 Cash back $200 Apply
BMO CashBack Business 150 Cash back $150 Apply

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