Choice Rewards® Cash Crop Contest
Date Posted: Oct 29, 2014

Between October 1 and November 30, 2014, you could win*

A $500 statement credit every month for a year!
OR
600,000 CHOICE REWARDS points!

If you are approved for a new
CHOICE REWARDS MasterCard® credit card

Plus, get up to 5,000 bonus points†† just for signing up!

For a credit card today contact us - we'd love to help.

CHOICE REWARDS MasterCard credit card products are approved by and at the sole discretion of CUETS Financial.

†† This is a one-time bonus offer for members that are approved for a new CHOICE REWARDS World Elite, Gold, Low Fee Gold, Low Fee or Student MasterCard credit card account. New World Elite and Gold MasterCard credit cardholders will receive 5,000 bonus CHOICE REWARDS points; new Low Fee Gold MasterCard credit cardholders will receive 3,000 bonus CHOICE REWARDS points; new Low Fee and Student MasterCard credit cardholders will receive 1,000 bonus CHOICE REWARDS points in connection with this offer. Please allow up to 60 days from the account open date for the bonus points to be posted to member's points account. This offer is offered by CUETS Financial and may be amended or cancelled at any time without notice.

*No purchase necessary. Entry is automatic upon approval. If applicants do not wish to be entered into the Contest, they must indicate their preference to opt-out at the time they submit their application to the credit union. Contest ends November 30, 2014. There are six (6) Prizes of either one (1) CDN$500 statement credit a month for twelve (12) consecutive months (CDN$6,000) if the winner is a CHOICE REWARDS MasterCard credit cardholder. Odds of winning depend on the number of eligible entries received. Correct answer to skill-testing question is required. Full Rules are available at www.cashcropcontest.ca

CUETS Financial is a division of The Toronto-Dominion Bank. All trade-marks are the property of their respective owners. ® CHOICE REWARDS is a trade-mark of the Toronto-Dominion Bank. CUETS is a trade-mark of Credit Union Central of Canada, used under licence.

Back to What's New