On Friday afternoon I wrote about Aeroplan rewards being priced below their award chart amount.
There is a pricing glitch going on right now at Aeroplan where business class awards are pricing at the economy class level and first class awards are pricing at the business class level
I pointed out that American Express points transfer instantly to Aeroplan, so it’s a sale that can be broadly taken advantage of (at least by folks who have Amex points). Comments on the post pointed out Aeroplan’s bonus for converting points in from other programs as well.
Amex now ads fuel surcharges to awards on many partners. (Update: excuse the typo!)
Valerie (who registered on this site with an Aeroplan email address) adds the following:
I am the social media community manager at Aeroplan. We wanted to let you know that Aeroplan is offering special mileage levels to select travel regions/destinations for a limited period of time.
Members may book these flight reward tickets online or thru the contact center (booking fees apply). This sale is not a website glitch and this offer could end at any time.
Whether it’s a glitch or an unannounced sale, it sounds like they’ll at least be honoring — get in while you can!
Also an interesting point for those who felt that I shouldn’t have shared this because they already knew about it and letting others know might make it go away quicker.
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