TD is pleased to announce that starting November 1st, 2014, Expedia For TD will handle travel bookings, both online and by phone under the TD Travel Rewards Program in place of the TD Travel Rewards Centre. The TD Travel Rewards Centre will handle any travel arrangements booked through them before November 1st, 2014. Expedia For TD will be available by phone and online for all your travel bookings made on or after November 1st.
What's changing November 1st, 2014:
The TD Travel Rewards Centre will no longer be available for new travel bookings, but will handle any travel bookings you've made through the Centre before November 1st.
Expedia For TD becomes your one stop for travel and vacation bookings made online or by phone.
There will be no more booking fees for travel purchases made over the phone through Expedia For TD.
TD Classic* Travel Visa* Cardholders will earn double TD Points on all travel purchases made online through Expedia For TD with their Card – that’s 4 TD Points per dollar spent instead of two! As for travel bookings made by phone through Expedia For TD, TD Classic Travel Cardholders will earn 3 TD Points for each dollar spent on their Card.
In addition, please note:
The 1000 Bonus TD Points limited time offer for each travel purchase made online at Expedia For TD will be coming to an end on November 1st, 2014. 1 – Take advantage of this limited time offer before it’s gone.
For all travel booked through the TD Travel Rewards Centre before November 1st, you will be able to contact the Centre for any support you may need. Just call 1-855-236-2300.
For travel booked through a travel agency or website of your choice, but purchased with your TD Travel Credit Card, you will continue to be able to redeem TD Points for those "Book Any Way" travel purchases as before. This feature remains unchanged.
Have a question? Visit the FAQs
What changes are being made to the number of TD Points earned on the TD Classic* Travel Card?
Great news! Effective November 1st, TD Classic* Travel Cardholders will earn 3 TD Points for every $1 in travel purchases made by phone through Expedia For TD and 4 TD Points for every $1 in travel purchases made online through Expedia For TD.
Are there any changes to the number of TD Points earned by TD First Class Travel, TD Platinum Travel, or TD Business Travel Cardholders coming into effect November 1st for travel booked through Expedia For TD either online or by phone?
No, there are no changes to the earning structure for these Travel Credit Cards with respect to travel purchases made online or by phone through Expedia For TD. To learn more about the TD Points you earn on travel purchases, click here.
Will I still be able to earn 1000 Bonus TD Points for every travel booking made online through Expedia For TD after November 1st, 2014?
No. This is a time-limited offer which will expire on November 1st, 2014. Therefore, you will only be able to earn 1000 Bonus TD Points for every online travel booking you make with your TD Travel Credit Cardholder through Expedia For TD until November 1st, 2014.
Can I still book travel through any travel agency and then redeem my TD Points towards that booking?
Yes, there are no changes affecting the TD Points redemption process for Book Any Way travel arrangements. To learn more about Book Any Way, click here.
Can I still get support from the TD Travel Rewards Centre regarding travel that I booked through the Centre prior to November 1st?
The Centre will continue to support all travel that you have booked through the Centre before November 1st. Just call 1-855-236-2300.
How do I book travel to Cuba?
Travel to Cuba cannot be booked through Expedia For TD and will not earn extra TD Points. However, Cardholders can book travel to Cuba through any other travel provider and redeem TD Points to pay for these Book Any Way travel arrangements. To learn more about Book Any Way, click here.
The 1000 Bonus TD Points offer is only available until November 1st, 2014 for each travel purchase that is charged to your TD Travel Credit Card Account and made online through Expedia For TD. Limit of one offer per travel purchase made. This offer, may be changed, extended or withdrawn at any time without notice and cannot be combined with any other offer.
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.