Earn 25,000 bonus miles in your first three billing cycles – plus no annual fee your first year
Earn 25,000 bonus miles when you spend $1,000 on net purchases in the first three billing cycles after account opening1
Earn 2X Aeroplan Miles per $1 spent on Air Canada net purchases1
Earn 1 Aeroplan Mile per $1 spent on all other net purchases1
Annual fee waived for first year, then $95 each year thereafter1
Your Aeroplan Miles will not expire as long as you are a TD Aeroplan Credit Cardholder2
Aeroplan Miles can be redeemed for a wide choice of travel, entertainment, merchandise and gift card reward options
Enjoy exclusive Visa Signature benefits4 such as complimentary 24/7 concierge service, access to events, special shopping perks and more3
The only U.S. Aeroplan affiliated credit card that lets you earn Aeroplan Miles every time you use your card
Great for Canadians who want a large credit limit in the US. Apply by fax/mail and TD will check your Canadian credit history instead of your American one.
Programs: HHonors Gold, Accor Plat, US Silver, UA Silver
Given that TD (US) and TD (Canada) are wholly owned by the same parent, branded similarly, and the fact that TD (Canada) markets TD (US) as if it were the same, it's close enough. But that's getting off-topic.
And I can answer my own question now- the website makes no mention of PIN, only signature. Guess it's yet another Chip+Sign card.
Jamar, there is a difference between "issued by a Canadian bank" and "issued by a US bank (which is a subsidiary of a Canadian bank)". For some people it might not be a big difference, but for many it might be a big difference. We just should be accurate for everybody's sake.
Reading the terms, it appears 3% FTF is a true "foreign transaction fee" which applies to even US$ transactions which are posted by a merchant outside the US. However, I've seen banks that indicated that in their terms but only really charged it on non-US$ transactions and whose agents even did not understand it. Is there anybody who has this card who can confirm how FTF is handled?
Programs: FPC Plat, IC Plat Amb, RC Gold, Shangri-La GC, Aeroplan, Amtrak, VIA Privilege
I've received two email messages from Aeroplan this week regarding this card that mention March 16th:
Introducing the all‑new TD AeroplanTM Visa Signature® Card, the ideal credit card to accumulate Aeroplan Miles with every purchase. Apply by March 16, 2015, and with the combination of faster accumulation and the opportunity to earn 25,000 bonus miles (by making $1,000 in purchases within your first three billing cycles after account opening), you'll be flying to your next destination in no time.
Ready to make every purchase count?
As far as I can tell, the email offer is identical to the website offer.
Programs: UA 1K, AS MVPG 75K, SPG Plat, Marriott Gold, Hilton Gold
Just came across this card while poking around in my mom's Aeroplan account.... 25K isn't all that impressive for a US card - but the ability to get a card that isn't issued by Chase, Amex, Citi, Barclays, USBank is certainly enticing!
Online Application System Error
Unfortunately we were unable to process your application.
Please call our customer service center at 888-561-8861 to complete your application. We apologize for any inconvenience.
Thank you for choosing TD
No clue whether that is a pending or it completely errored out. I think probably an error, but I have to call back between 8am and 9pm Eastern time to find out if they have the app or I need to reapply.
Anyone tried the app already? What is the "Preferred Customer Number" on the app form?
The Preferred Customer Number is essentially analogous to an invitation ID - I received a mailer with this offer. However, the mailer I received has an offer identical to the one linked in this thread. But, since it provides a different link, I'll post it: tdbank.com/aeroplan_dm