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Alternatives to Aeroplan
Today’s post was inspired by all the comments provided in two recent posts entitled: Aeroplan Membership Growing Faster Than Available Reward Seats and IdeaWorks Rewards Seat Availability Rankings.
[AIRLINE] American Airlines/U.S. Airways Destinations Departing from Canada (updated on April 5, 2015)
It is well-known that flying on airlines from the United States is generally cheaper than flying from Canadian airlines. American Airlines is a Oneworld alliance member. Personally, I collect Avios points...
[AIRLINE] Earning American Airlines AAdvantage Points
There are actually many different ways to earn American Airlines AAdvantage points as a Canadian, but I will try to pinpoint a few easier ones. I am a big fan of AAdvantage points because they are a member...
[PROMOTION] 15,000 Sign Up Bonus Points with RBC Cathay Pacific Visa Platinum (expired on October 31, 2014)
The RBC Cathay Pacific Visa Platinum is offering a higher than usual sign up bonus. The sign up bonus is temporary increased from 10,000 to 15,000 points. Below are the highlights of the credit card:
[TRAVEL] Update to Airline Alliances (August 2, 2014)
I have written about my airline portfolio and explained that I generally earn the points of at least one airline per alliance. There are several reasons for this diversification.
I never know which airline...
What’s Currently in my Airline Portfolio in the Year 2014
The rules of the points game is constantly evolving, especially when airline loyalty programs have significant changes to their earning and reward structures. I have always talked about diversification....
[PROMOTION] 30,000 Sign up Bonus British Airways Avios Points (expired on December 31, 2014)
The Royal Bank of Canada (RBC) is currently running a higher than normal sign up bonus Avios points promotion on its British Airways Visa Infinite. Normally it has been 15,000 British Airways Executive...
[TRAVEL] Update to Airline Alliances (updated May 11, 2014)
We previously wrote a posting about flying with airline alliances. I continue to believe that you should always consider all the options that airline alliances have to offer.
If you collect Aeroplan points...
[AIRLINE] American Airlines/U.S. Airways Destinations Departing from Canada (updated April 9, 2014)
I have been quite excited about the American Airlines/U.S. Airways merger, so I have put together a list of destinations that both airlines fly to within Canada.
Toronto Pearson International Airport (YYZ)
You can earn Asia Miles by flying on any of the Oneworld alliance flights. But for the most part, Asia Miles is associated the Cathay Pacific airline.
The reason why Asia Miles can be valuable for Canadians...
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