• Earn 3 points for every $1 spent (1.5% back in rewards).
  • Earn 6 points for every $1 spent on travel booked through Expedia for TD.
  • Receive a welcome bonus of 15,000 points (worth $75).
  • 6 different types of travel and purchase insurance.
  • Low minimum income needed for a premium travel card.
  • 5-25% discount at Avis Rent-A-Car and Budget Rent-A-Car.
  • 15% discount on Priority Pass Membership for airport lounge access.
  • Rewards that do not expire and that you can redeem any time for any flight or travel purchase.
Extended Warranty 1 year
Purchase Protection 90 days
Travel Accident $500,000
Baggage Delay $1,000
Lost or Stolen Baggage $1,000
Rental Car Theft & Damage

Please review your insurance certificate for details, exclusions and limitations of your coverage.

Our Review

Much like the First Class Visa Infinite version of this card, the TD Travel Visa Platinum card wants to put travel at your fingertips. The difference with this card is the annual fee is lower and there is no minimum income requirement.

Starting with the sign up bonus, the 15,000 points you get is a great way to start saving up for the trip of your dreams. Like the First Class version, you still earn 3 points for every $1 spent - a respectable 1.5% return.

And if you make any purchases through Expedia for TD, then you get 3% return. These points never expire and can be used in so many different ways, like:

  • any flight or travel package,
  • for gift cards,
  • merchandise, or
  • even as a statement credit.

This card gives you a fairly good insurance package that includes 6 different types of insurance like travel accident and baggage delay and theft, plus you can know that your purchases are covered by purchase protection and extended warranty.

Just like the First Class version of this card, you are also given discounts to help you on with your travels. Save on airport lounge access and car rentals from Avis or Budget, helping make your trip even more comfortable.

If you want a premium travel Visa card, without the minimum income required by most (and a lower fee) - this card could be it.


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