Canadian Tire Money Calculators
Canadian Tire Money Calculators to calculate total earnings with Triangle Mastercards and calculate total earnings on purchases.
Canadian Tire is a Canadian retail company based out of Toronto, Ontario, Canada. They offer three Mastercards that earn Canadian Tire Money, known as CT Money, on everyday spend. CT Money can be used at Canadian Tire stores as well as at a few privately owned business in Canada.
Credit Card Rewards Calculators
The Canadian Money Credit Card Calculators will calculate how much Canadian Tire Money you can earn based on your monthly/yearly spend across categories. Each calculator will also output the cash value of the card based on your spend, how much you value the benefits of each card, and any annual fees the card may have.
You can compare the results side by side any credit cards featured on the site to find out which earns you the most rewards and the best return. All spend entered (primary/first column only) will carry over to all credit card calculators on the website.
Triangle Rewards Credit Card Calculators
Canadian Tire offers the Triangle Rewards Mastercard which is a great option for those who frequently spend at Canadian Tire owned stores. The Mastercard offers 4% back (pre-tax only) at Canadian Tire owned stores and 1.5% back on grocery spend. The card also offers Canadian Tire Money on gas spend at Gas+ and Husky and gives you the option to finance your purchases.
The Triangle World Mastercard is currently available by invite-only and the Triangle World Elite Mastercard is not currently opened to new applicants.
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.
The Canadian Tire Money Calculator will calculate how much CT Money you can earn based on your spend, any promotional multiplier, and whether or not you use a Triangle Mastercard. Remember that you will only earn on the pre-tax amount so be sure not to include the total cost.