|First day of school 2013|
RBC Rewards hosts an eMall where you can shop online at over 250 popular retailers. RBC Rewards members earn points on their purchases that can be redeemed for gift cards, merchandise, travel and more. Plus, shopping through the eMall can bring you bonus points over and above the 1 point you earn per dollar you spend using your RBC card. For example, my go-to fave Old Navy offers 5 bonus per dollar spent. And The Gap? 6 bonus points! Great rewards to be had for the new school wardrobe there. And for all your school supplies, shop through the eMall at Walmart.ca and you'll also earn 5 bonus points per dollar spent. If your son or daughter needs a new laptop for school this year, check out Dell.ca and earn 1 bonus point for dollar. You'll be surprised how many stores are available to meet all your back to school needs.
RBC has created a Rewards101 website to help you get ready for back to school. They've even provided three videos to help you get the most out of your RBC Rewards Program - "Rewards & Redemption" (how can you stretch your back to school budget by redeeming points?), "Best Buy & Future Shop" (you can redeem points for their products!), and "The RBC Rewards eMall" (to show you how you can earn bonus points by shopping online). Head over to the website and check them out.
Are you a member of the RBC Rewards program? Did you know about the eMall? I'd love to hear how
you're using your membership to maximise your points and rewards!
A GiveawayOne lucky Raising My Boys reader will receive a $25 gift card to one of the following retailers: Target, Esso, Indigo or Best Buy. The specific gift card won will be a surprise, but they are all awesome stores, and every effort will be made to provide winners with their first choice of card. Entries are via the Rafflecopter widget below, and will be accepted until 12:00 midnight EDT, August 29. Giveaway is open to Canadian residents only, excluding Quebec. Best of luck!
Disclosure: I am part of the RBC Rewards Back to School Blogger Campaign with Mom Central Canada and I receive special perks as part of my affiliation with this group. The opinions on this blog, as always, remain my own.