Posted by William Charles on March 12, 2018
Hotel Booking

Published on March 12th, 2018 | by William Charles


Aeroplan 25% Transfer Bonus – When Converting From Hotel Points

The Offer

Direct link to offer

  • Receive 25% more miles when you transfer hotel points into Aeroplan miles until April 16th, 2018

The Fine Print

  • Bonus offer valid only on conversions received from eligible hotel partner loyalty programs points into Aeroplan Miles made between March 12 and April 16, 2018 (11:59 EDT).
  • Bonus Aeroplan Miles will be issued by Aeroplan as follows: once the total Aeroplan Miles are earned by exchanging points from any combination of eligible partner programs during the promotion, the bonus miles deposited will represent 25% of the total miles earned from the exchange, BONUS MILE CREDITING: Bonus Aeroplan Miles may take up to 4-6 weeks to be credited after the promotional offer end date of April 16, 2018.
  • The total amount of miles received from the conversion of hotel loyalty program points into Aeroplan miles must be greater than or equal to 5,000 Aeroplan Miles in order to be eligible to receive the 25% bonus.
  • Please note that some hotel loyalty programs have hotel and flight redemption packages where Aeroplan Miles are issued. It is at the discretion of each Hotel Program if these miles are deemed a conversion of points to miles or simply a bonus earned for the redemption

Our Verdict

They have offered 35% transfer bonuses in the past and 30% recently. It isn’t clear if Marriott hotel + flight packages are eligible or not, last time they offered 30% it was specifically called out as not working and now it says it’s at the discretion of the hotel program. Either way I’d wait for a better bonus to come along as 25% is weak compared to previous offers.

Hat tip to Frequent Miler

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According to Marriott’s travel package page,

Bonus miles from Aeroplan (Air Canada) offers are not applicable.

The language has been there quite a while, so it isn’t new.



Please consult a mental health professional before you proceed with this…


Also, please consult a memory specialist too. Everyone seems to be forgetting that Aeroplan is separating from Air Canada in 2020, so Aeroplan is not a place to “park” miles you’re not sure you’ll use before that, because it’s unclear what they’ll be useful for after that.

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