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[ANALYSIS] E-Rewards

I have been filling out surveys for years and I find the rewards I earn so valuable. My favourite program, hands down, is the E-Rewards program because of all the different rewards available to me. We previously updated the list of rewards to choose from. Today will be more of an in-depth analysis about the rewards.

Joining e-Rewards is free and it used to be that anyone can sign up, but now it is by invitation only, making the program that much more valuable. To receive an invitation, you will need to provide your email address to one of E-Rewards’ sponsor companies to receive an invitation.

Below is a list of sponsors. Each sponsor gives a reward in exchange for E-Rewards dollars. The available rewards differ depending on which country you live in. There have been a few new programs added to the list. I have a Canadian account, so my account shows the follow transfer partners (we have also showed the amount of E-Rewards $ needed to convert to receive your reward):

Air France (Flying Blue Miles)

  • $25 = 500 Flying Blue points
  • $50 = 1,000 Flying Blue points
  • $100 = 2,000 Flying Blue points

Air Miles

  • $30 = 50 Air Mile points
  • $50 = 100 Air Mile points
  • $80 = 200 Air Mile points

AirTran Airways (A+ Rewards)

  • $25 = ½ crédit A+ Rewards
  • $50 = 1 crédit A+ Rewards

Alaska Airlines (Mileage Plan)

  • $25 = 500 Alaska Airlines Mileage Plan points
  • $55 = 1,000 Alaska Airlines Mileage Plan points
  • $100 = 2,000 Alaska Airlines Mileage Plan points

Amazon.ca (Canada)

  • $75 = $25 Amazon.ca Gift Certificate

American Airlines (AAdvantage)

  • $25 = 500 Aadvantage points
  • $50 = 1,000 Aadvantage points
  • $100 = 2,000 Aadvantage points

American Eagle

  • $70 = $25 American Eagle E-Gift Card

Avios

  • $12 = 250 Avios points
  • $20 = 500 Avios points
  • $35 = 1000 Avios points

NEW- Banana Republic

  • $75 = $25 Banana Republic eGiftCard

British Airways (Executive Club)

  • $12 = 250 Avios points
  • $20 = 500 Avios points
  • $35 = 1000 Avios points

NEW- Cineplex

  • $30 = $10 Cineplex E-Gift Card
  • $60 = $20

Emirates Airlines (Skywards)

  • $25 = 250 Skywards points
  • $50 = 500 Skywards points
  • $100 = 1,000 Skywards points

Etihad Guest

  • $25 = 500 Etihad Guest points
  • $50 = 1,000 Etihad Guest points
  • $100 = 2,000 Etihad Guest points

Forzieri

  • $25 = $25 off at FORZIERI.com
  • $50 = $50 off at FORZIERI.com

Frontier Airlines (EarlyReturns)

  • $25 = 500 EarlyReturns points
  • $50 = 1,000 EarlyReturns points
  • $100 = 2,000 EarlyReturns points

Gap

  • $75 = $25 Gap eGift Card

Golfsmith

  • $10 = $15 off any purchase of $75 or more at Golfsmith
  • $20 = $50 off any purchase of $200 or more at Golfsmith

Groupon (Canada)

  • $75 = $25 Groupon eGift Card

Hertz (Gold Plus Rewards)

  • $30 = 150 Hertz Gold Plus Rewards points
  • $60 = 500 Hertz Gold Plus Rewards points

Iberia

  • $25 = 750 Avios points
  • $50 = 1500 Avios points
  • $100 = 3000 Avios points

IHG Rewards Club

  • $30 = 1,000 IHG Rewards Club points
  • $60 = 2,200 IHG Rewards Club points
  • $100 = 4,000 IHG Rewards Club points

National Post

  • $15 = National Post 30-day subscription (sometimes out of stock)

NEW- Old Navy

  • $75 = $25 Old Navy eGift Card

Starbucks Cards

  • $75 = $25 Starbucks eGift
  • $145 = $50 Starbucks eGift

United Airlines (MileagePlus)

  • $25 = 500 MileagePlus points
  • $50 = 1,000 MileagePlus points
  • $100 = 2,000 MileagePlus points

US Airways (Dividend Miles)

  • $25 = 500 US Airways Dividend points
  • $50 = 1,000 US Airways Dividend points
  • $100 = 2,000 US Airways Dividend points

Virgin Atlantic (Flying Club)

  • $25 = 500 Flying Club points
  • $50 = 1,000 Flying Club points
  • $100 = 2,000 UFlying Club points

My strategy with my E-rewards dollars has continually changed over time. Currently, I see a lot of value when transferring the British Airways Executive Club program because I like the Oneworld alliance partners.

As you can see, what is great about E-Rewards is the flexibility of so many different partners. See what works for you and go for it! What I also find useful is that some loyalty accounts need activity after a certain period of time, so this is a great way to keep your accounts active.

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