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The best miles or points are free or ones that require minimum effort to earn. Recently, Aeroplan has been offering several small promotions where you can pick some free miles for little effort. Two weeks ago, you could pick up 150 miles just for sharing your travel goals. You could also pick up another 1,000 Aeroplan points just for enrolling in the Fairmont President’s Club. It seems Aeroplan is at it again since you can now pick up an easy 250 points for sharing one of your travel stories.
How to Earn 250 Free Aeroplan Miles
All you need to do is head over to the Aeroplan blog. Enter your details in the required fields and don’t forget to make sure your Aeroplan number is correct. At the bottom of the page, there is a small box for your travel story. No need for it to be too long since the maximum length is 100 words.
After writing your story, there are a couple of other things you need to fill out. Aeroplan would like to know which continent you visited, and where you went on that continent. Aeroplan also wants to know what activities and visits you would recommend to Aeroplan members should they visit.
Finally, Aeroplan would like to know how you used your miles for the trip, and there are several options for you to choose from, from vacation packages to car rental.
Simple & Worth It
This is a simple way to pick up some free points for a minimal investment in time and effort. While the reward is not game changing by any means, it is a great way to keep some activity on your account and stop any other miles you have from expiring. In addition, Air Canada is a Star Alliance member so Aeroplan miles can be redeemed for flights with any of the other Alliance airlines.
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