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Earn Aeroplan miles shopping Amazon.ca

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Those of us in the US were gutted last week with the announcement that the JetBlue/Amazon.com partnership is ending this month. But Canadians can now earn miles shopping the retail giant.

CTV reports that starting April 24th, Canadians shopping at Amazon.ca via the Aeroplan website’s shopping portal will earn 1 or more JetBlue TrueBlue points per dollar spent at Amazon.ca.  According to the article, this now means Canadians can now earn Aeroplan miles at Amazon, Apple, eBay, and Costco. Aeroplan also describes it as a move towards more earning options away from Air Canada, which will cease to be partners with Aeroplan in 2020 (giving Aeroplan mileage holders quite a bit of uncertainty about what happens then.

According to the refrenced CTV article, Aeroplan “members with silver and black status will earn up to twice the miles and those with diamond status will receive up to triple the miles per transaction. Those using Aeroplan-affiliated credit cards will earn miles twice on purchases from Amazon.ca.

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