CREDIT CARD REWARDS

Types of rewards

Why travel rewards?

Frequent flyers and frequent daydreamers alike can earn Aventura® Points and Aeroplan® points towards free travel, and premium travel benefits when you fly.

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Redeem rewards for vacation packages, cruises, merchandise, gift cards and one-of-a-kind activities

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Apply Aventura Points toward your Aventura card balance or select CIBC financial products with Payment with Points

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With an eligible CIBC Aeroplan credit card, you get access to special travel benefits like a free first checked bag1, 2, 3, Maple Leaf Lounge™ access1, 4, 5, 6, priority airport services1, 7 and more!

Aventura Travel Assistant8 and Visa Infinite Privilege Concierge9 teams are at your service to help with your reservations and trip planning

Business travel rewards

You and any additional cardholders on your account can use your CIBC business travel credit card to get travel rewards, comprehensive insurance coverage and other benefits from your business activities.


CIBC Aventura Visa Infinite Card

Featured Travel Rewards Card

welcome OFFER

CIBC Aventura® Visa Infinite* Card

Join and get up to $400 in value.

Plus, get a first-year annual fee rebate.


Annual fee
$120 
(first year rebated)

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Minimum annual income
$60,000 individual, or
$100,000 household 

 


Why cash back rewards?

Every purchase can become a rewarding opportunity when you can get up to 4% cash back5

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Earn bonus cash back from your gas and grocery store purchases

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No limits on how much cash back you can earn10

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Your card includes Purchase Security and Extended Protection Insurance, to help safeguard your new purchases11


CIBC Dividend Visa Infinite Card

Featured Cash Back Card

welcome OFFER

CIBC Dividend Visa Infinite* Card

Get 4% cash back on eligible gas and groceries.10 Plus, get a first-year annual fee rebate


Annual fee
$99

 

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Minimum annual income
$60,000 individual, or $100,000 household


Why student rewards?

Your credit card should be one that gets you rewards easily. Earn travel or cash back rewards while you build your credit.

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Collect Aventura® Points or Aeroplan® Miles to get free flights. Redeem for vacation packages, cruises, merchandise, gift cards and one-of-a-kind activities.
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Shop and save with up to 2% cash back on eligible groceries12.


CIBC Tim Hortons Double Double Visa Card

Featured Student Card

welcome Offer

CIBC Aventura® Visa* Card for Students

Earn up to 2,500 bonus Aventura® Points††


Annual fee
$0

Interest rate
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Minimum annual income
$0

Minimum credit limit
$1,000


Find out where your rewards can take you

Points calculators

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Use the sliders to estimate your monthly purchases and see the rewards or cash back you can earn.

Calculate your rewards

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From Halifax to Honolulu or Hong Kong, see how far your Aventura Points can take you — across Canada and around the world.

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