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Promotion: Convert Your Hotel Points To Aeroplan and Earn up to 55,000 Miles!

hotel 55,000Ok fellow Aeroplan members, here’s a great opportunity to bank some serious miles.

Convert your hotel loyalty points to Aeroplan miles by August 15, 2016 and get up to 55,000 bonus Aeroplan miles! That’s serious extra mileage.

But you don’t have to stop there. Combine the hotel conversion promotion with one of the limited time offer Aeroplan credit card welcome bonuses available in the market and you could get 2 round trip fares to anywhere in North America or a single round trip flight to Hawaii, Mexico or the Caribbean FREE!

Here are some of the promotional terms.

Convert your hotel points into:

Hotel Points to Aeroplan Miles

Choose from any of these hotel partners:

Hotels eligible

Given the different relative values of each hotel’s reward program to Aeroplan, you don’t get to transfer 1:1 for each program obviously. As examples, SPG transfers at 1:1, Marriott at 5:1, Wyndham at 5:1 and Hilton at 10:1.

Many people already convert their hotel points to Aeroplan miles for flights regularly, especially those with SPG points. The current promo gets you an extra 10% to 27.5% more miles!

The more miles you transfer the more value you get. If you transfer enough hotel points such that you receive 100,000 Aeroplan miles, you’ll receive an extra 25,000 miles! That’s enough for free round-trip airfare from and to any destination in continental North America.

You can go from Toronto to Las Vegas:

Vancouver to Florida:

Calgary to New York City:

Montreal to California:

Get even MORE Aeroplan Miles

Now if you want to prime the Aeroplan pump even more, apply for an Aeroplan credit card that’s offering a first year fee waiver, plus a hefty welcome bonus. Luckily there are several offers in the marketplace available right now from different banks. If you already have an Aeroplan credit card, get another one from the other bank. With no annual fee in the first year, it’s a free trip. Compare the best aeroplan credit card offers and start flying free now!

You can apply for the Amex Gold Rewards card and get a first year annual fee waiver, plus 25,000 points which can be converted to Aeroplan miles 1:1 for free. Or you can get the TD Aeroplan Infinite card, with GreedyRates’ exclusive offer of no fee first year, 15K miles on activation, 5K miles if your account remains open and in good standing for 90 days, plus another 5K if you add an authorized user.

Combine the hotel conversion promotion above with a credit card welcome bonus offer and you’ll have TWO free round trip flights to anywhere in North America.

With 40,000 miles you can also go from Toronto to Hawaii:

Or Vancouver to the Caribbean:

So what are you waiting for? Take advantage and start planning your next subsidized vacation to Broadway, Vegas or the beaches of the Florida Keys.

 

 

 

 

4 comments

  1. Thanks for your advice.
    I would probably go with the Visa, as there are some stores in my neighborhood that only take visa (surprisingly, as Walmart is phasing out Visa…). i see that for $89 one could apply for the lower version of TD Aeroplan & can receive 10,000 Aeroplan miles upon approval, If I was going to be adding an authorized user , would it be worth applying separately for them & pay the extra $39 ($89 annual fee) for 10,000 miles vs. $50 additional card holder for the extra 5,000 miles (basically is $39 a good deal for 5000 Aeroplan miles.

    Another thing I learned recently, when I cancelled my BMO World Elite MC due to very high annual fee for primary/additional user, is that all perks associated with the card are lost upon cancellation, including extra warranty for purchases, trip cancellation etc…regardless if you bought the product or the airline ticket while you still had the credit card. So, if one is using a Credit Card mostly for the sign up bonus & wave of annual fee for the 1st year & then plans on cancelling the card, he shouldn’t use such a card for purchases that he wants additional warranty etc….. as it would not help after the cancellation .

    Thanks

  2. Hi as mentioned in the past I am an avid reader of your posts.

    Which one is better to join right now, the TD Visa or the American Express ?(seems visa is more widely accepted).
    As well, I recently tried to sign up for the PC Elite Mastercard, & didn’t have enough income & only got approved for the standard PC card (even though I have great credit rating) & cancelled that card due, to lack of significant cash back/perks . Which Master card should I apply for instead,Tangerine?

    Robert

    • Hi Robert,

      Great to hear from you again. Word of advice, pay attention to the min income requirements!

      1. If you’re looking for welcome bonus points go for the Amex Gold Rewards card since it only requires a $20K personal income, versus a $60K personal income for the TD Aeroplan Visa infinite offer. Moreover, Amex is offering 25K points, while TD is offering 20K, plus another 5K if you get an additional authorized user. Just make sure you’re aware that the Amex Gold rewards card requires $1,500 in spend in the first 3 months to get the 25K bonus.

      2. Tangerine would be a great alternative to the PC World Elite MasterCard.

      Robert, since you recently applied for the PC World Elite card, you might want to wait a month or two before you apply for another card.

      Hope that helps,

      GreedyRates Staff

      • Thanks for your advice.
        I would probably go with the Visa, as there are some stores in my neighborhood that only take visa (surprisingly, as Walmart is phasing out Visa…). i see that for $89 one could apply for the lower version of TD Aeroplan & can receive 10,000 Aeroplan miles upon approval, If I was going to be adding an authorized user , would it be worth applying separately for them & pay the extra $39 ($89 annual fee) for 10,000 miles vs. $50 additional card holder for the extra 5,000 miles (basically is $39 a good deal for 5000 Aeroplan miles.

        Another thing I learned recently, when I cancelled my BMO World Elite MC due to very high annual fee for primary/additional user, is that all perks associated with the card are lost upon cancellation, including extra warranty for purchases, trip cancellation etc…regardless if you bought the product or the airline ticket while you still had the credit card. So, if one is using a Credit Card mostly for the sign up bonus & wave of annual fee for the 1st year & then plans on cancelling the card, he shouldn’t use such a card for purchases that he wants additional warranty etc….. as it would not help after the cancellation .

        Thanks

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