Pay down your credit card balance with the help of your TD Points!
Redeem your TD Points for a cash credit to your Account
With your TD Travel Credit Card, you can redeem TD Points for a cash credit to your Account. This credit can help pay down your outstanding balance. Save on your monthly TD Credit Card bill when you redeem your TD Points for a cash credit.
Redeem1 your TD Points today and save on your monthly TD Credit Card bill
Redeem1 this many TD Points Required starting minimum = 10,000 TD Points ($25 cash credit value). Then, each additional 400 TD Points redeemed = $1 cash credit value.
Get this cash credit amount applied1 to your Account
Receive a $25 cash credit to your Account when you redeem1 the required starting minimum of 10,000 TD Points. Then, each 400 TD Points over the starting minimum is worth an additional $1 cash credit for the same cash credit redemption request.
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1. Every time you want to redeem your TD Points for a cash credit to your Account, you need a starting minimum of 10,000 TD Points. Then, every 400 TD Points that you redeem over the starting minimum for the same cash credit redemption request is worth an additional $1 cash credit to your Account. Your TD Travel Credit Card Account ("Account") must be open and in good standing at the time the cash credit is applied to your Account. Once applied, the cash credit will reduce the outstanding balance showing on your Account at the time the credit is applied, but the cash credit is separate from and does not take the place of your monthly Minimum Payment requirement as described in your TD Travel Cardholder Agreement available here. Please allow 5-7 business days for your cash credit to be processed before it can be applied to your Account. This redemption option may be changed, limited, prohibited or withdrawn at any time without notice.
What is the CVV?
CVV stands for Credit Card Validation (or Verification) Value. Visa has a version of the CVV to reduce merchant risk in Card-Not-Present
transactions (like Internet, telephone or mail-order). The CVV code adds assurance that the consumer
placing the order has access or physical possession of the credit card itself. The CVV is a 3 digit number embossed or
imprinted on the reverse side of Visa cards.
Where do I find the CVV? For Visa the 3 digit CVV number is printed on the signature panel on the back of the
card immediately after the card's account number.