Sandy McTire’s days may be numbered.
The tam-wearing Scotsman, with his bushy moustache and toothy grin, is featured as a mascot on some of Canada’s most beloved currency – Canadian Tire money. Since 1958, shoppers at Canadian Tire stores have received Canadian Tire money as a form of cash back (.4 percent per dollar spent) on their purchases. The distinctive paper bills come in a variety of denominations – from five cents to $2 – and can be redeemed at Canadian Tire stores.
But after 56 years, Canadian Tire money is finally going digital. Continue reading:
End of an Era: Canadian Tire Money Going Digital