For eight years, TD Canada Trust has earned the J.D. Power Award in customer satisfaction, topping the Top Five banks in Canada. As a TD credit card holder, I can easily see how they were able to achieve this feat. Going beyond simply offering great service, TD often provides additional perks and incentives to make the whole banking experience more enjoyable.
TD’s commitment to service is enhanced by its community involvement and dedication to improving the arts. For more than a decade the company has been involved in the music scene by supporting Canadian artists, and since 2003 TD Canada Trust has been sponsoring 60 of the best festivals across Canada. Dubbing itself “the Bank of Music”, TD clearly believes in the power of music.
With so many concerts and events occurring year-round, the best way for a music lover to keep up is to visit the TD Live Music website. Broken up into five different sections, users can get a quick overview of what’s new and hot on the site’s homepage. The Events section is a detailed list of all the sponsored festivals in which TD is involved. Helpfully, it even has a filter to help narrow down your entertainment choices by category, month and location.
But the highlight of the TD Live Music website is TD Music Access. This exclusive section gives TD chequing account customers exclusive free access to special offers, merchandise discounts and (my favourite) contests! Some of the great offers include $10 concert credits, 2 for 1 music tickets and, best of all, access to hot selling tickets not available to the public. As if that weren’t enough, the website also offers exclusive once-in-a-lifetime experiences including Sound Check shows and Backstage Tours!
The site is optimized for mobile browsing, so it makes a great travel companion. Just filter by location and check out the local music scene when you’re travelling out of the province. Overall, the TD Live Music site is packed with great videos, entertaining news and exciting offers, so be sure to check it out and get the jump on this year’s festivals from coast-to-coast.