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Air Canada revealed a new flight bonus offer today for Aeroplan members. The bonus offers up to 100% bonus Aeroplan points on flights between Canada and select sun destinations in the Caribbean, Mexico and U.S. Select economy fares will earn 50% bonus points per round-trip or two one way segments and 100% bonus points per round-trip or two one way segments flown in Premium Economy or Business Class. As is standard with Aeroplan flight promotions, flights booked prior to the launch of this promotion on January 19 are not eligible to earn the bonus.
Earn up to 100% Bonus Aeroplan Points when you fly on Air Canada, Air Canada Rouge or Air Canada Express between Canada and select sun destinations* in the Caribbean, Mexico, or the United States. Register and book between Jan 19 and Mar 1 for travel between Jan 19 and Aug 31, 22. Click here to register for this offer (Registration is required)
When booking these flights make sure you are maximizing the points earned on the purchase by using a credit card like the Chase Aeroplan World Elite Mastercard (US) or the American Express® Aeroplan®* Reserve Card (Canada) which both earn 3 Aeroplan points per dollar spent on Air Canada purchases.
* Eligible destinations:
Bridgetown, Cancun,Cayo Coco, Cozumel, Fort De France, Fort Lauderdale, Fort Myers, George Town, Holguin, Honolulu/Oahu, Huatulco, Kahului/Maui, Kingston, Kona/Hawaii, Las Vegas, Liberia, Mexico City, Miami, Montego Bay, Nassau, New Orleans, Orlando, Palm Springs, Phoenix, Pointe-À-Pitre, Port of Spain, Providenciales, Puerto Vallarta, Punta Cana, San Diego, San Jose, San Jose Del Cabo, San Juan, Santa Ana/Orange County, Santa Clara, St. Lucia-Vieux Fort, St. Thomas, Tampa, Varadero, West Palm Beach, Ixtapa/Zihuatanejo.
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