Earn Up To 15,000 Bonus Aeroplan Miles With Air Canada
You can earn up to 15,000 bonus Aeroplan frequent flier loyalty program miles when you travel on eligible non-stop flights operated by Air Canada, Air Canada Express and Air Canada rouge through November 30, 2013 — but you must first register for this promotion.
To earn the bonus Aeroplan frequent flier loyalty program miles, you must fly as a passenger on a minimum of:
- 12 flight segments to earn 3,000 bonus Aeroplan frequent flier loyalty program miles
- 25 flight segments to earn a maximum bonus 15,000 Aeroplan frequent flier loyalty program miles
To qualify, the flight segments must be traveled in the eligible fare options or booking classes as indicated:
- Between Canada and Canada, United States, Caribbean, Central America and Mexico:
- Tango: N, G, P, E and A
- Flex: M, U, H, Q, V, W, S, K, L and T
- Latitude: Y and B
- Executive Class Lowest: D and Z
- Executive Class Flexible: J and C
- Between Canada and South America, Europe, Asia and Australia:
- Tango: N, G, P, T, E, L, A and K
- Flex: M, U, H, Q, V, W and S
- Latitude: Y and B
- Premium Economy: O
- Executive First Lowest: C, D and Z
- Executive First Flexible: J
This promotion is valid on published fares eligible for the accumulation of Aeroplan frequent flier loyalty program miles and is not valid when traveling on an Air Canada Unlimited Flight Pass. Aeroplan Flight Rewards are not eligible for mileage accumulation. Bonus Aeroplan frequent flier loyalty program miles are not Air Canada Altitude qualifying miles and therefore do not count towards Air Canada Altitude. Upgraded flight segments — such as eUpgrades, last minute paid upgrades, Star Alliance upgrade awards, for example — will be tracked for this promotion based on the eligibility of the original economy class airfare purchased.
Other terms and conditions apply.
Reaction to this promotion by FlyerTalk members is mixed at best. While this promotion is a way to earn a significant amount of Aeroplan frequent flier loyalty program miles, some FlyerTalk members complain that three months is too short of a period of time to reserve flights and fly as a passenger — all within three months.
I tend to agree. Still, this promotion is better than nothing, I suppose…