Earn Up to 25,000 Bonus Aeroplan Miles By Converting Miles and Points From Other Select Programs

Passengers board this Canadair Regional Jet CRJ-100 operated by Air Canada Express at Calgary International Airport for a flight to Vancouver. Photograph by FlyerTalk member DJ Bitterbarn. Click on the photograph for a trip report written by DJ Bitterbarn.

Convert your miles or points by transferring them from select frequent travel loyalty programs into Aeroplan now through May 25, 2014, and you could earn up to 25,000 bonus Aeroplan frequent flier loyalty program miles; and the conversions can be from one or multiple partners where the total amount will automatically be calculated so that you may earn the biggest bonus possible.

You can convert your miles or points from the following list of frequent travel loyalty programs — and the conversion rates are listed as well:

  • Starwood Preferred GuestConvert your Starpoints to Aeroplan Miles at a rate of one Starpoint for one Aeroplan mile
  • Wyndham Rewards — Convert your points to Aeroplan Miles at a rate of 5 points to one Aeroplan mile
  • Best Western Rewards — Convert your points to Aeroplan Miles at a rate of 5 points to one Aeroplan mile
  • Marriott Rewards — Convert your points to Aeroplan Miles at a rate of 10,000 points for 2,000 Aeroplan miles
  • Coast Rewards — Convert your points to Aeroplan Miles at a rate of one point to one Aeroplan mile in increments of 1,000 points
  • Choice Privileges — Convert your points to Aeroplan Miles at a rate of 5 points to one Aeroplan mile
  • Club Carlson — Either choose auto-conversion where every 10,000 points will automatically convert into 1,000 Aeroplan miles; or convert as needed in increments of 2,000 points; 50,000 points; or 100,000 points
  • Hilton HHonors — You earn both Aeroplan miles and Hilton HHonors points for the same stay; or you can convert points to Aeroplan miles in increments of 10,000 points for 1,000 Aeroplan miles
  • Le Club Accorhotels — Convert your points into Aeroplan miles at a rate of up to 2 points to one Aeroplan mile in increments of 4,000 points for 2,000 Aeroplan miles
  • Shangri-La Hotels and Resorts Golden Circle Award — Convert your points into Aeroplan miles at a rate of one point to one Aeroplan mile; with a minimum of 2,500 points and subsequent amounts at increments of 500 points
  • Hertz Gold Plus Rewards — Convert your points into Aeroplan miles at a rate of 600 points for 500 Aeroplan miles
  • Diners Club Club Rewards — Convert your points into Aeroplan miles at a rate of 1,000 points for 1,000 Aeroplan miles

 

Additionally, exchanges using Points.com from up to 16 different partners are eligible for the bonus from this promotion — but trading frequent travel loyalty program points with other members of Points.com is not eligible for bonus miles or points.

Here is a chart showing how you can earn up to 25,000 bonus Aeroplan frequent flier loyalty program points:

If you are thinking about converting Starwood Preferred Guest Starpoints to Aeroplan frequent flier loyalty program miles, remember that you may earn a discount of up to 25 percent in terms of cash savings during a current promotion through May 31, 2014 if you decide to purchase Starpoints. The two combined promotions could sweeten the deal for you.

Please note that while the conversion of Membership Rewards points from the accounts of American Express card members into Aeroplan miles is still possible, it is not eligible for this bonus Aeroplan mile promotion. Although eligible CIBC Aventura cardholders can convert their Aventura points to Aeroplan miles, these conversions are also not eligible for this bonus Aeroplan mile promotion. Other terms and conditions apply.

Comments (Showing 3 of 3)

  • Spoddy at 3:29pm April 29, 2014

    Has anyone tried MR->SPG->AP yet?

    Certainly gets around the MR->AP 1:1 rate…

  • satori at 2:06pm April 30, 2014

    Wyndham Rewards no longer convert at rate of 2.5 points = 1 mile. Now it is 5 points = 1 mile.

    • Brian Cohen at 2:41pm April 30, 2014

      It is difficult for me to think of anyone who would know more than you, satori. I have included the correction. Thank you for the update.

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