GreedyRates Exclusive: Get More Aeroplan Miles with the TD Aeroplan Visa Infinite!

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Last updated on June 4, 2019 Views: 547 Comments: 6

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Sally says:

If you already have one what can we get?

The GreedyRates Team says:

Hey Sally,

Appreciate the question. If you already have the TD Aeroplan Visa Infinite card, then you’ll find this tidbit in the fine print relevant: “If you have opened an Account in the last 6 months, you will not be eligible for these offers. We reserve the right to limit the number of Accounts opened by and the number of miles awarded to any one person.” It means that TD has the ultimate say on whether you’ll be eligible to receive the bonus, but there’s nothing limiting you other than that if you haven’t opened a previous TD Aeroplan Visa Infinite account recently.

If you’re approved by TD, and apply before June 2, 2019, you’ll be entitled to the full bonus of 35,000 Miles as long as you fulfill the conditions set out by TD (making an initial purchase, spending at least $1,000 in 3 months, and keeping your card open and in good standing past your 1-year account anniversary). Best of luck!

GreedyRates

Charles says:

I had a td visa infinite card for over 3 years and 2 weeks ago I made a product transfer to the first class card. If I apply for this visa infinite again will I get the bonus?

The GreedyRates Team says:

Hi Charles,

Thanks for your question about the TD Aeroplan Visa Infinite card. If you’re curious about how you’ll be eligible for the card’s generous 35,000-Mile bonus (courtesy of our exclusive deal with TD), then you should only be concerned with when your last TD Aeroplan Visa Infinite card account was opened. The fine print states that only people with Accounts (defined specifically as TD Aeroplan Visa Infinite accounts in our experience) opened within the last 6 months aren’t eligible for the bonus. Your product transfer likely doesn’t count, so we think you have a great chance at getting the bonus.

Another idea that TD states in their fine print, alongside most other banks, is that the final say concerning eligibility for both the card and the bonus lies with them. They’re determining whether to extend you further credit, after all, so we think it’ll be smart of you to call over to TD and inquire about your situation with the previous card before making a new application. Hopefully they can provide some good information, but if not, we don’t think you’re exposing yourself to much risk by shooting off an application. Make sure it’s through our link though, or you won’t get the bigger bonus!

GreedyRates

Kim says:

I have a TD Aeroplan Infinite Card, but I opened the account over 3 years ago. If I call TD to cancel my existing card, and then immediately apply for a new card, would I qualify for the bonus since I opened my account more than 6 months ago? Thanks.

The GreedyRates Team says:

Hi Kim,

Appreciate your posting. Regarding the TD Aeroplan Infinite card and past cardholders’ eligibility for the introductory bonus, the only restriction mentioned in the fine print states that “…if you have opened an Account in the last 6 months, you will not be eligible for these offers.” In our experience TD defines ‘Account’ as a TD Aeroplan Infinite account, and since you received your card over 3 years ago, there should be no issue getting approved and getting the 35,000-Mile bonus.

Be aware that TD also reserves the right to approve or decline any application and limit the bonus Miles earned by the cardholder at their discretion (this warning is always present in the fine print), so for situations like yours it’s always best to call in and inquire with a representative. We’re 99% sure that there won’t be an issue, but better safe than sorry, and when being safe only requires a 5-minute phone call it’s even more important. Let us know how it goes!

GreedyRates