I have chatted before about my experience with RBC – well, with a seriously tight budget for Christmas this year, I thought about those points that we had been accumulating. It seems like the right time to put them into use.
The house is getting really close to the move-in point, which has me all kinds of excited. Is it weird that I kind of want to get the house a Christmas present? I’m all, “Hey dream house, merry christmas! welcome to the family!”. I told you – a little weird.
We usually use our points for travel, but RBC Rewards also has a big selection of products that can be purchased using their points, too. Think Kate Spade, KitchenAid, Apple, Future Shop and Best Buy items, and so many others. Here are some of the things that I have on my house christmas present wish list this year.
I love these fizzy water machines.
This kettle is a classic and way cuter than the white plastic one I have. I love the cheery colour, don’t you?
Now that we have more floors + rooms, my one Tivoli radio won’t quite do it. This bluetooth Bose speaker looks pretty snazzy and Dan says it has amazing sound.
And if I was gifting myself? This rose gold and white watch by Michael Kors is a stunner. Is giving yourself a Christmas gift a thing? I’d like to start.
Maya isn’t quite old enough for it yet, but I’m totally digging this workbench by Melissa & Doug. Gotta get her DIY skills underway so she can help mum and dad around the house.
You can check out everything RBC has to offer through points here through their holiday destination guide. And I mentioned it before, but if you shop through the RBC Rewards eMall, you earn bonus points on every item purchased. More points = more presents or travel, which sounds pretty sweet in my books.
Are you guys points collectors? Ever used them to purchase gifts? Am I the only one who wants to get my house a Christmas present? Probably, huh?
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