Final Hours: Redeem Aeroplan Miles On Air Canada Within Canada/US And Get A 50% Mileage Rebate

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Update: DEAD!

Update: This offer ends at 7:59pm EDT tonight!

Originally posted on 6/17:

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Disclaimer #2: Currently Canadians are allowed to fly to the US, but Americans can’t fly to Canada until at least July 21st. You can book travel for after that and cancel your award for free if the border closure is extended.

Aeroplan: Redeem Miles On Air Canada Within Canada/US And Get A 50% Mileage Rebate

  • If you make a new Aeroplan mileage redemption between June 17th-July 1st at 7:59pm EDT for travel from July 1st-October 15th within Canada or between Canada and the US, you can get a 50% mileage rebate.
  • This promotion is valid on Air Canada operated flights only, so it won’t work for travel on partners like United.
  • The 50% rebate will be credited back within 3 weeks after you fly.
  • Valid on one-way or round-trip flights.

You can also cancel Aeroplan award bookings for travel on any date until August 31st and get back the miles used without penalty.

Air Canada charges 7.5K miles for one-way short-haul awards within the US/Canada in coach or 15K miles for one-way short-haul awards in business. That will be just 3,750 miles in coach or 7,500 miles in business after the rebate.

Air Canada charges 12.5K miles for one-way long-haul awards within the US/Canada in coach or 25K miles for one-way short-haul awards in business. That will be just 6,250 miles in coach or 12,500 miles in business after the rebate.

You can transfer miles from AMEX, Barclays, Capital One, or Marriott to Aeroplan.

You can also take advantage of some great hotels promotions like getting paid to stay in Vancouver hotels or getting BOGO rooms at Fairmont hotels.

Flying nonstop between Toronto and Vancouver in a lie-flat seat on the Air Canada 787-9 Dreamliner for 12.5K miles each way after the 50% rebate is a steal! Topping that off with a discounted or BOGO Fairmont stay at Chateau Whistler or Pacific Rim Vancouver is just icing on the cake!

Will you take advantage of this promo?

HT: Yehudaa, via DDF


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Where is the disclaimer?


1. This should work on flights from Canada to lax as well correct?
2. What about ewr yyz lax all on ac ?


What about the surcharges which then trigger other taxes & fees which aren’t payable on a truly free flight. For example, a one way $5.60 flight to Canada on United is way more if you fly Air Canada.


Dan do you have any updates about what you have posted in the past about this? Note that Air Canada is bringing Aeroplan back in house on June 30, 2020 and there may be changes to the program. However they have promised to not pull a Delta or United and delete their award charts.


If I cancel the award before August 31st will I also get refunded the taxes and fees??


Would the rebate work on yyz sfo lax first segment on ac second on ua?


No. AC only.


a flight from yul to ewr cost me 22000 plus surcharges if decide to use miles to cover that also resulting in a total of roughly 37000 miles do i get the rebate on those miles also




aeroplan does not say anything when you check out
is there a way you can get confirmation that you will be credited the miles?


Last day for this promo.


Pretty much useless for anyone in the U.S.


Has anyone gotten their rebate? It’s been 4 weeks for me and I havent seen it.