Air Canada has landed a great new partner that is now being offered via the Aeroplan eStore and that partner is Uber Eats. As of today when you place orders with Uber Eats via the eStore you can earn Aeroplan miles on those purchases.
To celebrate the launch Aeroplan is offering 10 miles per dollar spent with Uber Eats until June 15. After that date members will earn at least 2 Aeroplan Miles per dollar spent. This new partnership works with Uber Eats in Canada and the U.S.. This also means you can now earn extra Aeroplan Miles from places that you may never have been able to from before like Tim Hortons, Starbucks and 7-Eleven!
Here’s how to earn earn miles with Uber Eats:
1. Visit aeroplan.com/ubereats
2. Click on the ‘Shop Now’ button and enter an Aeroplan Number and last name to be automatically redirected to Uber Eats.
3. Complete you purchase as normal through the Uber Eats app or website using a new or existing Uber account.
Remember as well you can combine this with other offers such as American Express Canada’s Uber Eats promotion of spend $10 get a $5 statement credit. See our Canadian site’s Guide to American Express Canada ‘Amex Offers’ for more details!
Here is an important note from Aeroplan regarding Uber Eats (and pretty much every other retailer via the eStore)
To earn Aeroplan Miles, you must complete your purchase during the same shopping session you start after clicking on the eStore link. Order must be placed within 2 hours of clicking on the Uber Eats offer to be eligible. If you visit other sites before completing your purchase or use coupons not provided by eStore, you may not earn Aeroplan Miles on your purchase. If you disable cookies on your computer you will not be able to earn Aeroplan Miles, as cookies are used to authenticate you and allocate miles to your account.
I am super excited to see this partnership as we haven’t seen much in terms of new non-travel partners coming on board with Aeroplan for quite a few years now. If this is any indication of what Air Canada is planning to do with the program when it re-launches later this year then I think we are all in for some good things….. that is as long as they don’t devalue the reward side.