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Video: Aeroplan & Starbucks, A Perfect Blend of Rewards

Aeroplan has launched a new partnership with Starbucks Canada, allowing Aeroplan members to earn points on their favourite Starbucks beverages and treats.

Upon linking your Aeroplan and Starbucks Rewards accounts, you’ll be able to earn up to 2 Aeroplan points per dollar spent with Starbucks by loading your app in chunks of $75.

In this video, let’s take a sip of all the details around the new partnership, and then I’ll share some of my first impressions of Aeroplan’s expansion into day-to-day lifestyle partners and offer you some of my own predictions as to what other partners might be coming next.

Without further ado, you can watch the video below:

 

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2 Comments
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    Bruce K

    Well, RBC has an arrangement with Petro Canada, so why not Aeroplan with Esso or Shell? You heard it here first.

    We have been buying Starbucks bags of whole bean from Metro. Time to do some math. 5 MRS per dollar at Metro on Cobalt. Bag of beans $10.99. For every $75 spent on beans at Metro I will get 375 MRS, transferred to Marriott that becomes 450 Bonvoy. So do I want 450 Bonvoy or 150 Aeroplan. Right now I have plenty of Aeroplan and a need for Bonvoy. Your needs will dictate the option you choose, if you conclude that either option is worth the effort.

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      Andre

      Hey Bruce I would love to see Aeroplan with Esso once a gain but they are now engaged with PC Financial. Same with Shell as they have a partnership with Air Miles. I don’t see Aeroplan with Hertz again. Aeroplan has a partnership with Avis and Budget now. If I could predict anything it would be an agreement with Duty-Free Shops in Canadian airports. I feel like Air Miles is losing steam as major partnership ended with Rexall, Rona/Lowe’s and the LCBO. I would not be surprised if Air Miles also lose Metro shortly as they already have their own program called Métro & Moi here in Québec. Aeroplan is in a very interesting position as they are rebranding themselves with a lot if fanfare and they cannot dissapoint. After WestJet’s disaster of a relaunch last year it would be hard to fail to impress anyway.

Ricky

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