We have been enjoying the summer so much I can’t believe half of it is already over. We are now starting to talk about back to school for our boys coming up this September and since this year our youngest starts kindergarten, we will be back to school shopping for two.

Back to School Made Easy with RBC Rewards Points

Back to school shopping can get expensive and we love taking advantage of great back to school deals.

Enter RBC Rewards.

It is super easy to take advantage of RBC RewardsThe program provides members with different option to help them tap into their RBC Rewards points so that they get the most out of their back to school spending. You can save money by using your RBC Rewards points to redeem for items that might be out of your budget, and you can meet your back-to-school shopping needs using points instead of dollars. You can even redeem RBC Rewards points right at the register!

Using your RBC Rewards points to help with all the back to school purchases is the way to go, and you have many options to tap into your points to redeem them for products from places like Apple, Best Buy and more. You can also redeem your points for gift cards from over 60 merchants to use in-store or online, your choice!

On now and until August 26, 2018, RBC Rewards is also offering some exciting deals to clients including deals on the latest tech, merchandise, gift cards and more. Visit rbcrewards.com/backtoschool for more information.

Do you get all your back to school shopping done weeks before school starts, or do you usually wait until the last weekends before school starts? I personally love shopping for deals, and I like shopping early, with lots of time to save more!


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Disclosure: This is a sponsored post in partnership with RBC #RBCRewards. However, all opinions and views on this post are 100% my own.