Transfer Hotel Points to Aeroplan with a 30% Bonusby Sam Helmy
Aeroplan is offering a 30% bonus when you transfer hotel points to Aeroplan Miles through April 22, 2019. Unlike recent transfer-bonus opportunities, Marriott Bonvoy is included this time around, creating some good possibilities for those with points to transfer.
Transfer Marriott Points to Aeroplan with a 35% Bonusby Sam Helmy
Aeroplan announced a promotion where you will receive a 35% bonus on Marriott Rewards transfers to Aeroplan. If you want to take advantage of this promotion, you will have to hurry since it only runs through September 17, 2018.
25% Bonus on Hotel Point Transfers to Aeroplan (Through April 16, 2018)by Sam Helmy
Aeroplan has announced a 25% bonus on transfers from Hotel points to Aeroplan Miles. The promo is valid through April 16, 2018, so you have plenty of time to work out whether it is worth your while taking advantage of this promo, or see if you have better options.
30% Bonus When Converting Hotel Points To Aeroplan Through December 11, 2017by Sam Helmy
Aeroplan has announced a promotion where you’ll receive a 30% bonus miles when transferring hotel points to Aeroplan through December 11, 2017; however, there is a caveat limiting the overall value.
Do Air Canada Aeroplan Miles Expire?by Sam Helmy
Yes, miles in Aeroplan, Air Canada’s frequent flier program expire if the Aeroplan Member has not accumulated or redeemed Aeroplan Miles for a period of 12 consecutive months. There are, however, several easy ways to prevent your miles from expiring.
Air Canada to Split Up With Aeroplan and Operate Own Programby Sam Helmy
The relationship between Aeroplan, the 3rd party loyalty program of Air Canada, and Air Canada is coming to an end. Luckily, there is plenty of time to adapt to the change since the relationship will be terminated on June 30, 2020.
The Secret Sweet Spots of Aeroplan Stopovers and Open Jawsby Jess Farley
Aeroplan once held some of the best value redemptions available to flyers in North America. However, 2011 and consecutive years saw the powers that be take the scalpel to a number of our favorite awards, and a lot of the value in the program was stripped. A casual glance at Aeroplan’s award chart does nothing to ease that assumption. Awards are competitive, but not overly attractive. Particularly when factoring in the high fuel surcharges on Air Canada and several partners.