Frequent question: Is Canadian Tire money still valid?

Does my Electronic Canadian Tire Money (eCTM) ever Expire? Effective December 1st, 2019 we may expire the electronic Canadian Tire Money (eCTM) in your Triangle Rewards Account in the event that there has been a period of inactivity of 18 months or more.

Is Canadian Tire money collectable?

Because Canadian Tire money is so prevalent, only certain specimens are valuable as collector’s items. The oldest bills of Canadian Tire money are rarer, so tend to be worth a lot more. For example, you can get $1,500 for a 50-cent note issued in 1958.

Is there any value in old Canadian Tire money?

Yes, Canadian Tire money can be worth thousands of dollars, depending on the bill. … A $2 Canadian Tire note sold from 1989 went to auction with a $3000 price tag. Stacks of Canadian Tire cash can also be sold. Currently, on eBay, a brick of 25-cent bills from 1992 is going for more than $1000.

Is Canadian Tire money legal tender?

Initially called coupons (hence the name Coupon Collector’s Club), the company eventually began calling it Canadian Tire “money.” It’s now Canada’s oldest loyalty program. As with legal tender, it takes an old, rare or anomalous bill to attract collectors.

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Can you use old Canadian Tire money?

Customers can use Canadian Tire money to buy anything in the store. (Older coupons state that they are redeemable at Canadian Tire stores and gas stations; however, coupons produced during at least the last 15 years lack this wording and are therefore redeemable in the stores only.)

What Canadian Tire bills are worth money?

The older the bill, the more it could be worth. Some bills feature one-of-a-kind anomalies, mismatched serial numbers and slight changes to Sandy McTire’s face. The highest and lowest serial numbers can also be worth more. Muriel Billes was the wife of Canadian Tire’s co-founder A.J.

How much Canadian Tire money do you get per dollar spent?

When shopping at Canadian Tire, you’ll earn at a base of 0.4% per $1 spent. On top of that, you can earn additional Canadian Tire Money through promotions (typically multipliers) as well as a bonus 4% when using a Triangle Mastercard.

What is a 1986 Canadian $2 bill worth?

According to NumiCanada, $2 bills that were printed in 1986 with the AUH-prefix within the seven digit serial code could be worth ten thousand times their face value. Depending on the condition of the bill (nearly perfect or signs of wear and tear) the value can be between $3,000 to $15,000.

Can I use my Canadian Tire money to pay credit card?

You can also collect Canadian Tire ‘Money’ on that portion of a purchase charged to a Program Credit Card. The Program Credit Card must be linked to a My Canadian Tire ‘Money’ Account at the time the purchase is made in order to collect CTM.

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Do Triangle Rewards expire?

Expiration of Electronic Canadian Tire Money

We may expire the eCTM in your Triangle Rewards Account in the event that there has been a period of inactivity of 18 months or more.

What is 50x Canadian Tire money?

The 50x for Triangle credit card customers consists of the 10x everyday plus the 40x bonus. No rainchecks. Not all items sold at Canadian Tire are eligible to earn CT Money or to be redeemed for. Conditions apply.

Can you redeem triangle points online?

You can redeem your Triangle Rewards for purchases both in store and online at Canadian Tire, SportChek, and Mark’s. Earn even more rewards with a Canadian Tire credit card.

What is Triangle Rewards card?

Triangle™ is a rewards program that makes shopping better. With one awesome card—in your wallet or on your phone—you can collect Canadian Tire Money ® at more places, watch your rewards pile up faster, and redeem them for more of the stuff you love. °Selection may vary by Store.