RBC credit cards are considered some of the best in Canada, though they may not be easy for everyone to qualify for, depending on credit scores, income, and other factors.
If you’re unable to qualify for an RBC credit card currently, it may be worth reapplying in the future once you have a change in income and improve your credit rating.
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Some RBC credit cards have expensive annual fees and other charges, which may not be as affordable for some people. On the other hand, other cards have low fees and no annual fees. It’s best to carefully review all the product options before choosing the right option.
Yes, especially if you frequently travel for leisure and business.
The Signature RBC Rewards Visa card is a good option for students because it has low fees and rewards.
The RBC Cash Back Mastercard is a good option.