100 Free Aeroplan Miles for Free Sign-up

by on June 17, 2011 · 7 comments

in Aeroplan, Air Canada, Free Miles/ Points

You can get 100 free Aeroplan miles for simply signing up for free account. You need to enter a Canadian zip code, so thanks to TPG reader JD for providing R3L 1B7.

One bonus per Aeroplan member. This is a great way to keep your Aeroplan account active since points expire after a relatively short period of 12 months.

Remember, Aeroplan increases their award levels on July 15, 2011, so book your cheap mini-round the world trip before then! These trips can be a great way to use some of your American Express Membership Rewards points, since they transfer instantly at a 1:1 ratio (especially since so many of you were able to bump your sign-up bonus to 100k points for the Amex Platinum, which you may still be able to do, even for new applications).

Hat tip to Rewards Canada!

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  • JD

    Requires a Canadian postal code. Try R3L 1B7. Then select your “local” store. Will accept US phone #.

  • Afkabp

    I couldn’t get it to take my US zip code, so I searched for a Vancouver postal code and it took it. Hope it works :)

  • The Points Guy

    Thanks JD/AF – I added the Canadian postal code info to the post

  • pixel girl

    Are you allowed to hold Aeroplan awards if you don’t have the requisite number of points?

    I didn’t see an option online, but it seems like most airlines do let you. Thanks!

  • The Points Guy

    @Pixel- Aeroplan does not allow award holds (to my knowledge)

  • Dar577

    Your comment about aeroplan miles expiring after 12 months isn’t quite accurate. They only expire if your aeroplan account has not had any miles accumulated or redeemed within 12 months. As long as you have regular activity on your account, they won’t expire for 7 years.

  • Anonymous

    Right- almost all frequent flyer miles are set up that way.

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