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Air Canada’s newest worldwide seat sale includes a near systemwide bonus Aeroplan points offer as well!

When you book flights during this sale you can earn up to 10,000 bonus Aeroplan points for travel in Canada, to the U.S. and basically anywhere else in the world that Air Canada flies to except for Algiers and Casablanca.

The bonus is also available for bookings made on Air Canada’s U.S. site for departures out of the U.S. to all the same destinations outside of the U.S.

The up to 10,000 bonus points offer:

Earn up to 10,000 bonus Aeroplan points when flying an eligible round trip (or two eligible one-way trips) on Air Canada to destinations within Canada, the USA, Mexico, the Caribbean, Europe, Asia, Australia or South America. Valid for new bookings only made on or after 11am ET on Jan 2, 24. Register and book by Jan 9 for travel Jan 12 – Dec 15, 24. Click here for more details & to register for this offer (Registration is required)

Bonuses awarded as follows:

Canada, the U.S., Mexico or the Caribbean

  • 2,000 bonus points for economy class
  • 4,000 bonus points for premium economy or business class

 Europe, Asia Pacific, or South America

  • 5,000 bonus points for economy class
  • 10,000 bonus points for premium economy or business class

Earn more points on your Air Canada flights

To further boost your earning on your Air Canada flights we recommended using an Aeroplan co-brand card such as the American Express® Aeroplan®* Reserve Card (For Canadian residents) or the card_name (For U.S. residents) which both earn 3 points per dollar spent with Air Canada

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  1. This is tempting but I already booked a flight.

    I am going to credit my Canadian flight to United Airlines Mileage Plus. If I credit it to Aeroplan, it expires in 18 months. If basic economy, I only get 10% while United gives 25%.

    Bottom line is that Canadians know how and usually rip off each other. Nearly everything is cheaper with cross border shopping. This is why some Canadians are so jealous and dislike Americans and it’s their own fault for preying on fellow Canadians by ripping them off.

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