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Aeroplan New Credit Cards Comparison

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Here are our comparison tables on new Aeroplan credit cards offered by American Express, CIBC and TD.

Air Canada Buddy Pass

The main new feature accompanying some welcome offers is the Air Canada Buddy Pass. You book a flight and pay the fare, then enjoy a $0 fare for a companion – only paying the taxes and third-party charges on the second ticket.

The one-time Buddy Pass will be deposited into your Aeroplan dashboard (aircanada.com/myaeroplan). Once deposited, the pass will be available for one year before it expires, though travel can be booked for a date beyond that year.

Example Companion Pass

The Air Canada Buddy Pass valid for Economy Class bookings anywhere Air Canada flies in North America, including Mexico and Hawaii. The Buddy Pass is valid for travel any time for any economy fare, including fares on sale.

It is even possible to get an upgrade, depending on status level, and if the fare purchased allows for it.

We estimate that this Air Canada Buddy Pass is worth between $200 and $1,000 depending on the flight’s price. So it’s an exciting advantage if you’re looking to travel on Air Canada in North America.

Entry Aeroplan Credit Cards

Entry-Level Aeroplan credit cards are offered by two issuers:

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Cibc Visa Platinum Aeroplan New Td Visa Platinum Aeroplan New
Name CIBC Aeroplan® Visa* Card TD® Aeroplan® Visa Platinum* Card
Welcome offer
10,000 Aeroplan points
(1st purchase)
10,000 Aeroplan points
(1st purchase)
First-Year Annual fee rebate
(see conditions)
Annual fee $0 $89
Additional Card (with privileges) $0 $39
Additional Card (without privileges)
Income required (indiv./household)
Normal Cibc Visa Platinum Aeroplan New Td Visa Platinum Aeroplan New
Air Canada and Air Canada Vacations 1 point 1 point
Gas 1 point 1 point
Groceries 1 point 1 point
Other 1 point / $1.50 1 point / $1.50
Benefits
Preferred pricing
No expiry of Aeroplan points
Insurance Cibc Visa Platinum Aeroplan New Td Visa Platinum Aeroplan New
Emergency medical
Trip Cancellation Insurance
Trip Interruption Insurance
Flight/trip delay $500 – 4 hours
Delayed baggage $1,000/pers.
Lost/stolen baggage $1,000/pers.
Common carrier accident $100,000 $500,000
Hotel/motel burglary $2,500
Auto rental collision/loss damage waiver $65,000 – 48 days $65,000 – 48 days
Mobile device $1,000
Purchases 90 days 90 days
Extended warranty 1 additional year 1 additional year

With the CIBC Aeroplan® Visa* Card, CIBC has decided to issue an Aeroplan credit card with no annual fee. It is the only Aeroplan credit card with no annual fee on the market.

The earning rate is the same for the two cards. The difference is mainly on the insurance side: unlike CIBC, the TD Credit Card includes insurance for flight or baggage delays, lost luggage, hotel burglary or mobile insurance.

CIBC Aeroplan® Visa* Card

Cibc Visa Platinum Aeroplan New

Welcome offer

Here is the welcome offer for this new Aeroplan credit card:

  • Earn a welcome bonus of 10,000 Aeroplan points when you make your first purchase with your new card.

TD® Aeroplan® Visa Platinum* Card

Td Visa Platinum Aeroplan New

Welcome offer

Here is the welcome offer for this new Aeroplan credit card:

  • Earn a welcome bonus of 10,000 Aeroplan points when you make your first purchase with your new card.
  • Plus, get an annual fee rebate for the primary and first additional cardholder for the first year.

To receive the first-year annual fee rebate, you must activate your Card and make your first Purchase on the Account within the first 3 months after Account opening.

Our opinion on entry-level credit card offers

The welcome bonus is equivalent to both cards: 10,000 Aeroplan points after the first purchase.

With the CIBC Aeroplan® Visa* Card, CIBC has decided to issue an Aeroplan credit card with no annual fee. It is the only Aeroplan credit card with no annual fee on the market.

The earning rate is the same for the two cards. The difference is mainly on the insurance side: unlike CIBC, the TD Credit Card includes insurance for flight or baggage delays, lost luggage, hotel burglary or mobile insurance. However, once the first year is over, the TD® Aeroplan® Visa Platinum* Card will have an annual fee.

If you don’t need insurance, CIBC’s card will be a better choice.

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Core Aeroplan Credit Cards

Core Aeroplan credit cards are the most popular cards. Here are the names of the credit cards offered by the three issuers:

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Amex Aeroplan New Cibc Visa Infinite Aeroplan New Td Visa Infinite Aeroplan New
Name American Express® Aeroplan®* Card CIBC Aeroplan® Visa Infinite* Card TD® Aeroplan® Visa Infinite* Card
Welcome offer
Up to 15,000 Aeroplan points
(see conditions)
10,000 Aeroplan points
(1st purchase)
10,000 Aeroplan points
(1st purchase)
+ Air Canada Buddy Pass
(see conditions)
Air Canada Buddy Pass
(see conditions)
+ Air Canada Buddy Pass
(see conditions)
First-Year Annual Fee Rebate
(see conditions)
First-Year Annual Fee Rebate
(see conditions)
Annual fee $120 $139 $139
Additional Card (with privileges) $50 $50 $75
Additional Card (without privileges) $0
Income required (indiv./household) $0 $60,000 – $100,000 $60,000 – $100,000
Normal Amex Aeroplan New Cibc Visa Infinite Aeroplan New Td Visa Infinite Aeroplan New
Air Canada and Air Canada Vacations 2 points 1.5 points 1.5 points
Gas 1 point 1.5 points 1.5 points
Groceries 1 point 1.5 points 1.5 points
Dining and Food Delivery 1.5 points 1 point 1 point
Other 1 point 1 point 1 point
Benefits Amex Aeroplan New Cibc Visa Infinite Aeroplan New Td Visa Infinite Aeroplan New
Preferred pricing
No expiry of Aeroplan points
Free first checked bag
Shared benefits with additional cards
1,000 SQM et 1 SQS (per $10,000 eligible annual spend)
$100 Nexus Credit
Insurance Amex Aeroplan New Cibc Visa Infinite Aeroplan New Td Visa Infinite Aeroplan New
Emergency medical $5,000,000
Age 0-64: 15 days
Age 65+: 3 days
$1,000,000
Age 0-64: 21 days
Age 65+: 4 days
Trip Cancellation Insurance $1,500/pers.
$5,000 total
$1,500/pers.
$5,000 total
Trip Interruption Insurance $2,000/pers.
$5,000/pers.
$25,000 total
Flight/trip delay $500 – 4 hours $500 – 4 hours $500 – 4 hours
Delayed baggage $500/pers.
$1,000 total
$1,000/pers.
Lost/stolen baggage $500 $500/pers.
$1,000 total
$1,000/pers.
Common carrier accident $500,000 $500,000 $500,000
Hotel/motel burglary $500 $2,500 $2,500
Auto rental collision/loss damage waiver $85,000 – 48 days $65,000 – 48 days $65,000 – 48 days
Mobile device $1,000 $1,000
Purchases 90 days – $1,000 90 days 90 days
Extended warranty 1 additional year 1 additional year 1 additional year

Of the three Core Aeroplan credit cards, American Express and TD offer the best value.

Indeed, on the side of American Express, the AeroplanMD * American ExpressMD Card stands out by being less expensive and by offering the possibility of adding additional cards free of charge (These cards will not offer privileges like other cards , but they will allow you to earn points). Besides, 2 points per dollar with Air Canada and Air Canada Vacations is exciting.

For its part, the TD® Aeroplan® Visa Infinite* Card stands out with a $100 Nexus credit, something that American Express and CIBC don’t offer.

American Express® Aeroplan®* Card

Amex Aeroplan New

Welcome offer

Here is the welcome offer for this new Aeroplan credit card:

  • Earn up to 15,000 Aeroplan points
    • 9,000 Aeroplan points Welcome Bonus ($1,500 spend in first 3 months)
    • 1,000 Aeroplan points per month with $500 spend, per month for first 6 months
  • Air Canada Buddy Pass ($1,500 spend in first 3 months)

For people who signed up prior to Nov 8th, they will get the waitlist offer with an additional 5,000 Aeroplan points for a total of up to 20,000 points.

CIBC Aeroplan® Visa Infinite* Card

Cibc Visa Infinite Aeroplan New

Welcome offer

Here is the welcome offer for this new Aeroplan credit card:

  • Earn a welcome bonus of 10,000 Aeroplan points when you make your first purchase with your new card.
  • Air Canada Buddy Pass ($3,000 spend in first 4 months)
  • Annual fee rebate for Primary/Rewards Officer and up to 3 Authorized Users

TD® Aeroplan® Visa Infinite* Card

Td Visa Infinite Aeroplan New

Welcome offer

Here is the welcome offer for this new Aeroplan credit card:

For Quebec residents only:

  • Earn a welcome bonus of 10,000 Aeroplan points when you make your first purchase with your new card.
  • Bring along a friend! As a new Cardholder, your Air Canada Buddy Pass can score you a second ticket when you book an economy ticket. On the second ticket, you only pay the taxes and third-party charges. You’ll receive the one-time use pass when you keep your Account open, active and in good standing for 90 days after Account opening, and you have a whole year to use it.
  • Plus, get an annual fee rebate for the primary and first additional cardholder for the first year.

For Residents outside of Quebec

  • Earn a welcome bonus of 10,000 Aeroplan points when you make your first purchase with your new card.
  • Bring along a friend! As a new Cardholder, your Air Canada Buddy Pass can score you a second ticket when you book an economy ticket. On the second ticket, you only pay the taxes and third-party charges. You’ll receive the one-time use pass when you spend $1,000 within 90 days of Account opening, and you have a whole year to use it.
  • Plus, get an annual fee rebate for the primary and first additional cardholder for the first year.

Our opinion on Core Aeroplan Credit Cards offers

The three issuers have chosen different options for these cards, which are expected to be the most popular.

American Express chose to maintain the first-year annual fee and add spending requirements for the first six months. To get the full welcome bonus of 15,000 Aeroplan points and the Air Canada Buddy Pass, you will need to spend a total of $3,000 in 6 months.

CIBC has chosen to offer an Annual fee rebate for Primary and up to 3 Authorized Users. If the 10,000 Aeroplan Welcome Bonus Points are available on the first purchase, you’ll need to spend $3,000 in 4 months to get the Air Canada Buddy Pass.

According to us, TD seems to have the best offer of the three, especially for Quebec (no minimum spend required). Like CIBC, a welcome bonus of 10,000 Aeroplan points is available, as well as an Air Canada Buddy Pass. The TD® Aeroplan® Visa Infinite* Card stands out with a $100 NEXUS credit, something American Express and CIBC don’t offer.

So, if you are two users, we recommend the offer from TD. On the other hand, if you think you need more cards, CIBC’s offer will be more attractive! As things stand, American Express’s offer does not seem interesting to us: actually, American Express seems to be interested in frequent flyers, as you will see later.

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Premium Aeroplan Credit Cards

Premium Aeroplan credit cards are designed for Air Canada’s frequent flyers. Here are the names of the credit cards offered by the three issuers:

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Amex Aeroplan Reserve New Cibc Visa Infinite Priviege Aeroplan New Td Visa Infinite Priviege Aeroplan New
Name American Express®* Aeroplan® Reserve Card CIBC Aeroplan® Visa Infinite Privilege* Card TD®Aeroplan® Visa Infinite Privilege* Card
Welcome offer
Up to 65,000 Aeroplan points
(see conditions)
20,000 Aeroplan points
(1st purchase)
20,000 Aeroplan points
(1st purchase)
+ $100 Statement Credit
(see conditions)
+ 30,000 Aeroplan points
(see conditions)
+ Air Canada Buddy Pass
(see conditions)
+ Air Canada Buddy Pass
(see conditions)
Annual fee $599 $599 $599
Additional Card (with privileges) $199 $149 $199
Additional Card (without privileges) $0
Income required (household) $0 $200,000 $200,000
Normal Amex Aeroplan Reserve New Cibc Visa Infinite Priviege Aeroplan New Td Visa Infinite Priviege Aeroplan New
Air Canada and Air Canada Vacations 3 points 2 points 2 points
Gas 1 point 1.5 points 1.5 points
Groceries 1 point 1.5 points 1.5 points
Travel 1 point 1.5 points 1.5 points
Dining and Food Delivery 2 points 1.5 points 1.5 points
Other 1 point 1.25 points 1.25 points
Benefits Amex Aeroplan Reserve New Cibc Visa Infinite Priviege Aeroplan New Td Visa Infinite Priviege Aeroplan New
Preferred pricing
No expiry of Aeroplan points
Free first checked bag
Shared benefits with additional cards
1,000 SQM et 1 SQS (per $5,000 eligible annual spend)
$100 Nexus Credit
Travel benefits Amex Aeroplan Reserve New Cibc Visa Infinite Priviege Aeroplan New Td Visa Infinite Priviege Aeroplan New
Access to the Maple Leaf Lounge
6 Annual Visits to Priority Pass lounges
Airport Priority services
Airport Priority Standby
Annual companion pass
ROLLOVER SQM
ROLLOVER eUPGRADE CREDITS
Insurance Amex Aeroplan Reserve New Cibc Visa Infinite Priviege Aeroplan New Td Visa Infinite Priviege Aeroplan New
Emergency medical $5,000,000
Age 0-65: 15 days
$5,000,000
Age 0-64: 31 days
Age 65+: 10 days
$5,000,000
Age 0-64: 31 days
Age 65+: 4 days
Trip Cancellation Insurance $1,500/pers.
$3,000/pers.
$2,500/pers.
$10,000 total
$2,500/pers.
$5,000 total
Trip Interruption Insurance $1,500/pers.
$6,000 total
$5,000/pers.
$25,000 total
$5,000/pers.
$25,000 total
Flight/trip delay $1,000 – 4 hours $500 – 4 hours $1,000 – 4 hours
Delayed baggage $500/pers.
$1,000 total
$1,000/pers.
Lost/stolen baggage $1,000 $1,000/pers.
$2,500 total
$2,500/pers.
Common carrier accident $500,000 $500,000 $500,000
Hotel/motel burglary $1,000 $2,500 $2,500
Auto rental collision/loss damage waiver $85,000 – 48 days $85,000 – 48 days $85,000 – 48 days
Mobile device $1,500 $1,500
Purchases 90 days – $1,000 180 days 120 days
Extended warranty 1 additional year 2 additional years 2 additional years

Of the three premium Aeroplan credit cards, they all offer the same earning rates (1.25 points anywhere). On the other hand, the fees are different for CIBC ($149 instead of $199 for the additional TD card). But $50 instead of $100 for the Nexus credit.

On the American Express side, the American Express®* Aeroplan® Reserve Card stands out for its high earning rate for purchases with Air Canada and Air Canada Vacations: 3 points per dollar. However, it doesn’t offer the 6 visits to Priority Pass lounges, nor the Nexus Credit.

However, unlike CIBC and TD, requiring a $200,000 household income, the American Express®* Aeroplan® Reserve Card does not require a minimum income.

American Express®* Aeroplan® Reserve Card

Amex Aeroplan Reserve New

Welcome offer

Here is the welcome offer for this new Aeroplan credit card:

  • Earn up to 65,000 Aeroplan points:
    • 35,000 Aeroplan points Welcome Bonus ($3,000 spend in first 3 months)
    • 5,000 Aeroplan points per month with $1,000 spend, per month for first 6 months
  • $100 Statement credit ($3,000 spend in first 3 months)

For people who signed up prior to Nov 8th, they will get the waitlist offer with an additional 10,000 Aeroplan points for a total of up to 75,000 points.

CIBC® Aeroplan® Visa Infinite Privilege* Card

Cibc Visa Infinite Priviege Aeroplan New

Welcome offer

Here is the welcome offer for this new Aeroplan credit card:

  • 20,000 Aeroplan points Welcome Bonus (1st purchase)
  • Air Canada Buddy Pass ($3,000 spend in first 4 months)

TD®Aeroplan® Visa Infinite Privilege* Card

Td Visa Infinite Priviege Aeroplan New

Welcome offer

Here is the welcome offer for this new Aeroplan credit card:

For Quebec residents only:

  • Up to 50,000 Aeroplan points Welcome Bonus:
    • 20,000 Aeroplan points Welcome Bonus (1st purchase)
    • 30,000 Aeroplan Points when you keep your Account open, active and in good standing for 90 days after Account opening
  • Bring along a friend! As a new Cardholder, your Air Canada Buddy Pass can score you a second ticket when you book an economy ticket. On the second ticket, you only pay the taxes and third-party charges. You’ll receive the one-time use pass when you keep your Account open, active and in good standing for 90 days after Account opening, and you have a whole year to use it.

For Residents outside of Quebec

  • Up to 50,000 Aeroplan points Welcome Bonus:
    • 20,000 Aeroplan points Welcome Bonus (1st purchase)
    • 30,000 Aeroplan points when you spend $1,000 in first 3 months
  • Bring along a friend! As a new Cardholder, your Air Canada Buddy Pass can score you a second ticket when you book an economy ticket. On the second ticket, you only pay the taxes and third-party charges. You’ll receive the one-time use pass when you spend $1,000 within 90 days of Account opening, and you have a whole year to use it.

Our opinion on Premium Aeroplan Credit Card Offers

Among the three Premium Aeroplan Credit Card Offers, American Express has the best welcome bonus: up to 65,000 points (or even 75,000 points if you’ve signed up on the waitlist in recent months) and a $100 Statement credit.

To get the full welcome offer, you will need to spend a total of $6,000 in the first six months. This remains accessible, given the target audience.

The second best offer is on TD’sside, especially for Quebec (no minimum spend required). You can get 50,000 Aeroplan points and an Air Canada Buddy Pass.

Finally, CIBC only offers 20,000 Aeroplan points and an Air Canada Buddy Pass.

Note: you need a $200,000 household income to apply for CIBC or TD cards. There is no minimum income required on the American Express side with the American Express® Aeroplan®* Reserve Card.

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Small Business Aeroplan Credit Cards

Small Business Aeroplan credit cards are for Air Canada’s frequent flyers. Here are the names of the credit cards offered by the three issuers:

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Amex Prestige Enterprise Cibc Visa Aeroplan Business New Td Visa Business Aeroplan New
Name American Express® Aeroplan®* Business Reserve Card CIBC Aeroplan® Visa* Business Card TD Aeroplan® Visa Business Card
Welcome offer
Up to 65,000 Aeroplan points
(see conditions)
10,000 Aeroplan points
(1st purchase)
10,000 Aeroplan points
(1st purchase)
+ $100 Statement Credit
(see conditions)
Air Canada Buddy Pass
(see conditions)
Air Canada Buddy Pass
(see conditions)
First-Year Annual Fee Rebate
(see conditions)
First-Year Annual Fee Rebate
(see conditions)
Annual fee $599 $180 $149
Additional Card (with privileges) $199 $50 $49
Additional Card (without privileges) $0
Normal Amex Prestige Enterprise Cibc Visa Aeroplan Business New Td Visa Business Aeroplan New
Air Canada and Air Canada Vacations 3 points 2 points 2 points
Travel 1 point 1 point 1.5 points
Accommodation and car rental 2 points 1 point 1.5 points
Dining and Food Delivery 2 points 1.5 points 1.5 points
Shipping, Internet, Cable, Telephone Services 1 point 1.5 points 1.5 points
Other 1 point 1 point 1.25 points
Benefits Amex Prestige Enterprise Cibc Visa Aeroplan Business New Td Visa Business Aeroplan New
Preferred pricing
No expiry of Aeroplan points
Free first checked bag
Shared benefits with additional cards
1,000 SQM et 1 SQS (per $5,000 eligible annual spend)
$100 Nexus Credit
1 Air Canada Maple Leaf Lounge Guest Pass for every $10,000 you spend, up to 4 passes per year
Travel benefits Amex Aeroplan Reserve New Cibc Visa Aeroplan Business New Td Visa Infinite Priviege Aeroplan New
Access to the Maple Leaf Lounge
Airport Priority services
Airport Priority Standby
Annual companion pass
ROLLOVER SQM
ROLLOVER eUPGRADE CREDITS
Insurance Amex Aeroplan Reserve New Cibc Visa Aeroplan Business New Td Visa Infinite Priviege Aeroplan New
Emergency medical $5,000,000
Age 0-65: 15 days
$2,000,000
Age 0-64: 15 days
Age 65+: 4 days
Trip Cancellation Insurance $1,500/pers.
$3,000/pers.
$1,000/pers.
$5,000 total
$1,500/pers.
$5,000 total
Trip Interruption Insurance $1,500/pers.
$6,000 total
$2,000/pers.
$5,000/pers.
$25,000 total
Flight/trip delay $1,000 – 4 hours $500 – 4 hours $500 – 4 hours
Delayed baggage $500/pers.
$1,000 total
$1,000/pers.
Lost/stolen baggage $1,000 $500/pers.
$1,000 total
$1,000/pers.
Common carrier accident $500,000 $500,000 $500,000
Hotel/motel burglary $1,000 $2,500
Auto rental collision/loss damage waiver $85,000 – 48 days $65,000 – 48 days $65,000 – 48 days
Mobile device $1,000
Purchases 90 days – $1,000 90 days 90 days
Extended warranty 1 additional year 1 additional year 1 additional year

Not all three small business Aeroplan credit cards play in the same yard.

Indeed, the American Express® Aeroplan®* Business Reserve Card stands out for its high earning rate for Air Canada and Air Canada Vacations purchases: 3 points per dollar and many benefits: Maple Leaf Lounge access, airport priority services, annual companion pass, etc.

Besides, its welcome bonus is exceptional for a small business Aeroplan credit card!

American Express® Aeroplan®* Business Reserve Card

Amex Aeroplan Business Reserve New

Welcome offer

Here is the welcome offer for this new Aeroplan credit card:

  • Earn up to 65,000 Aeroplan points:
    • 35,000 Aeroplan points Welcome Bonus ($5,000 spend in first 3 months)
    • 5,000 Aeroplan points per month with $2,000 spend, per month for first 6 months
  • $100 Statement credit ($5,000 spend in first 3 months)

For people who signed up prior to Nov 8th, they will get the waitlist offer with an additional 10,000 Aeroplan points for a total of up to 75,000 points.

CIBC Aeroplan® Visa* Business Card

Cibc Visa Aeroplan Business New

Welcome offer

Here is the welcome offer for this new Aeroplan credit card:

  • Earn a welcome bonus of 10,000 Aeroplan points when you make your first purchase with your new card.
  • Air Canada Buddy Pass ($3,000 spend in first 4 months)
  • Annual fee rebate for Primary/Rewards Officer and up to 3 Authorized Users

TD Aeroplan® Visa Business Card

Td Visa Business Aeroplan New

Welcome offer

Here is the welcome offer for this new Aeroplan credit card:

  • Earn a welcome bonus of 10,000 Aeroplan points when you make your first purchase with your new card.
  • Air Canada Buddy Pass ($1,000 spend in first 3 months)
  • Annual fee rebate for Primary and 2 Additional Cardholders

Our opinion on small business Aeroplan Credit Card offers

Not all three small business Aeroplan credit cards play in the same yard.

Indeed, on the American Expressside, the American Express® Aeroplan®* Business Reserve Card stands out for its outstanding 65,000 Aeroplan points Welcome Bonus and many benefits (Maple Leaf lounge access, airport priority services, annual companion pass, etc.).

If you’re looking for a more accessible small business card, CIBC and TD credit cards both offer an Annual fee rebate for the first-year. The most interesting, in our opinion, is the card from TD: it has a lower annual fee and it comes with a $100 Nexus credit.

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Earning Aeroplan Points

American Express Aeroplan credit cards

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CIBC Aeroplan Credit cards

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TD Aeroplan credit cards

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Benefits

American Express Aeroplan credit cards

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CIBC Aeroplan Credit cards

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TD Aeroplan credit cards

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Starbucks Offer for TD cardholders

Unique to TD cardholders, Aeroplan members will earn 50% more Aeroplan points on Starbucks purchases charged to their TD Aeroplan credit card for one year effective November 8th.

All purchases made through the Starbucks app or in-store at participating Starbucks locations will be eligible for the exclusive credit card accelerator and, together with base earn, will receive:

Card Name Aeroplan Point per dollar (Starbucks)
Td Visa Platinum Aeroplan New TD® Aeroplan® Visa Platinum* Card 1 point per dollar
Td Visa Infinite Aeroplan New TD® Aeroplan® Visa Infinite* Card 1.5 points per dollar
Td Visa Infinite Priviege Aeroplan New TD®Aeroplan® Visa Infinite Privilege* Card 2.25 points per dollar
Td Visa Business Aeroplan New TD Aeroplan® Visa Business Card 2.25 points per dollar

Conclusion

Many of us expected “amazing” welcome bonuses in Aeroplan points. Eventually, for most cards, the welcome bonus is finally elsewhere with the Air Canada Buddy Pass.

Abonnez-vous à notre infolettre pour ne pas manquer nos prochains articles dans lesquels nous ferons des comparatifs entre chaque carte de crédit sur chaque aspect:

  • Earning
  • Benefits
  • Insurance
  • Fees
  • And more!

All this to help you choose the right Aeroplan credit card for you!

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