Rocketmiles 3000 Aeroplan Mile First-time Booking Bonus

Rocketmiles is a hotel booking site with a limited number of hotels and in a limited – but growing – number of cities. It rebates you a potentially large number of miles for your reservations. (You generally won’t earn hotel points for your stays booked through the site.)

You get to choose whose miles you want to earn for your stays.

In addition to the standard bonus they are now offering a 3000 mile bonus for making your first booking by April 6 for a stay consumed by December 31 and earning Aeroplan miles.

Qualifying Activity: To be eligible, the hotel reservation MUST BE BOOKED USING THIS PROMOTIONAL LINK (www.rocketmiles.com/aeroplan-3k-bonus) by 11:59PM CT on 6 April 2014 and travel by 31 December 2014 (a yellow banner at the top of the search results page will clearly show if search criteria qualify for the bonus). Limited to first time customers and subject to investigation post-purchase. Limit one per customer. Limit one per stay. Promotional offer can not be applied to existing bookings or retroactively applied to bookings not made using the link above. Promotional offer CANNOT be combined with ANY other bonuses or offers. Rocketmiles reserves the right to retract a bonus AT ANY TIME if it detects fraud, stacking of bonuses, technical errors, cancel/rebooking activity (defined by identical search criteria), or ANY other deceptive behavior attempted to circumvent the limits expressed above. See www.rocketmiles.com/terms for full terms, or call our friendly concierges at 1-855-355-7625 with questions of eligibility or for any other assistance. ®Aeroplan is a registered trademark of Aimia Canada Inc

Through the end of February there is also a 3000 United mile first-time booking bonus.


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  1. Can you book for other people and earn miles?
    For examples, I book for my cousin, but use my Areoplan account number to earn miles, will that work?

  2. @shaw,

    Yes, you can definitely do that. I book hotels on Rocketmiles for all my friends & family. You put your cousins name as the “guest name” and then enter your Aeroplan account number.

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