Travel rewards program teaming up with popular coffee chain to provide more points for members
Aeroplan is teaming up with Starbucks to provide members with even more ways to collect and redeem points.
As of March 8, Aeroplan members can connect their accounts to Starbucks Rewards accounts and start earning both Aeroplan points and Starbucks Stars at participating locations across the country.
“We redesigned Aeroplan with the feedback and ideas of over 36,000 people. Consistently across this group, members told us that they wanted more opportunities to earn and redeem points in their everyday lives at their favourite brands. We’re proud to launch this first-of-its-kind partnership with Starbucks, a globally respected brand offering the best-in-class experience for all its customers,” Mark Nasr, senior vice president of Products, Marketing and eCommerce for Air Canada, said in a news release.
“New everyday partnerships with well-loved, frequently used brands are another reason to get excited about the reimagined Aeroplan," he continued.
Through this new partnership, members will earn 75 Aeroplan points every time they load between $50 and $74.99 to their Starbucks Card, and 150 points every time they load $75 or more.
“By bringing together two of the country’s most celebrated rewards programs, Starbucks Rewards and Aeroplan, we’re excited to open up a new world of benefits for customers and invite more Canadians to try the Starbucks experience,” Peter Furnish, vice president of Product and Marketing for Starbucks Canada, said in the same release.
“Through the Starbucks app, we continue to build meaningful ways to deepen our direct relationships with our customers digitally," he continued.
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