• Earn 1 mile for every $1 spent on gas, grocery, and drugstore purchases.
  • Earn 1 mile for every $1.50 spent elsewhere.
  • Receive a signup bonus of 10,000 miles, worth $250
  • Insurance that covers you for flight delays, delayed or lost luggage, travel accidents, and purchases.
Extended Warranty 1 year
Purchase Protection 90 days
Travel Accident $500,000
Flight Delay $500
Baggage Delay $1,000
Lost or Stolen Baggage $1,000
Rental Car Theft & Damage

Our Review

For some cards the sign up bonus alone is enough to catch people's eye and draw them in - the TD Aeroplan Platinum Visa card is definitely one of those cards. Even with an annual fee of $89, it's hard to pass up the chance of a sign up bonus that is worth about $300.

The TD Aeroplan Platinum Visa card not only allows you to earn Aeroplan miles everywhere you shop, but it allows you to earn even more when you shop at:

  • gas stations,
  • grocery stores, and
  • drug stores.

....where you up to 1 point for every dollar spent.

This card comes with 7 different types of insurance, check out the list in the tab above. That way you know your flight, your luggage, your rental car and your purchases will be covered.

Of course, one thing that needs to be remembered is that this is an Aeroplan card, and with the recent announcement of Air Canada parting ways with Aeroplan, there is definitely some uncertainty surrounding Aeroplan's future. Read about it here.

However, competition often brings out the best in people (and companies), and this will hopefully just push Aeroplan to work even harder at keeping it's customers happy. Likely, Aeroplan is hatching a plan to protect their reputation and keep their customers from jumping ship.

So, despite Aeroplan's uncertain future, this card is still worth it now and might be after 2020 as well. With one of the best sign up bonuses out there and a fairly nice insurance package, the TD Aeroplan Platinum Visa definitely has a few good things to offer.


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