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Who doesn't love free food? 

With how much everyone's been dining in this year, $10,000 in groceries will go a long way. Think of all the frozen pizzas and ice cream you could buy! 

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There are plenty of perks that come with being Canadian, not the least of which is that our vacations at home are simply awesome.

And while we may pride ourselves on our ability to make the best of our iconic cold weather, let's be honest: it's great when summer finally rolls around.

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A class-action lawsuit has been launched in relation to prepaid credit cards from Amex Bank of Canada (AMEX), Vancouver City Savings Credit Union and/or Citizens Bank of Canada (Vancity), Peoples Card Services Limited Partnership, Peoples Card Services Ltd., and Peoples Trust Company (Peoples Trust), and All Trans Financial Services Credit Union Limited (All Trans).

According to the press release, the class action alleges that some cards issued between November 1, 2008 and July 18, 2016 had “fees and/or expiry dates” that were “improperly imposed.”

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Normally, when you think of shopping, you don't tend to think of making any money back. But thanks to a new app called Ampli, that might just change. 

Powered by RBC, Ampli lets you earn cash back (not points -  the platform works with actual cash) from transactions with hundreds of their participating brands in Canada, including The Hudsons's Bay, Adidas, Rexall, Sephora, Petro Canada, and more.

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If you've ever used a prepaid gift card, you may be eligible to claim some cash. 

A $17 million Ontario Class Action Settlement involving Vanilla Visa and MasterCard prepaid cards has been approved. 

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