(EXPIRED) Air Canada’s U.S. cards: Register now for an extra 10K points.

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Update: Aeroplan has announced that they are sweetening the deal by adding an extra bonus of 10 eUpgrade credits (on top of the previously-announced extra 10K points) for those who join the waitlist by November 8, 2021 and are approved for the card no later than February 15, 2022. If you have already signed up for the waitlist, you will also receive the eUpgrade credits automatically, so there is no need to sign up again. As One Mile at a Time points out, the email we received from Air Canada about this notes that the eUpgrades “will be particularly useful when combined with the benefits that come with the card”, so it is possible that the card will provide opportunities to earn more. eUpgrades are the currency used to upgrade flights on Air Canada and those who have taken advantage of the current status match may already have a handful, so this would add to that. Even if you aren’t sure you want the card, it’s probably worth getting on the waitlist in case it turns out to be very compelling.

The original post follows with the link to join the waitlist.

Later this year, Chase will unveil Air Canada Aeroplan credit cards for the U.S. market.  We don’t yet know any details about the cards or welcome offers, but we do know that you can increase your welcome bonus by 10K points simply by registering your email address.

The Deal

Register your email address in order to get an additional 10,000 points when you sign up for a Air Canada Aeroplan card for the U.S. market (once they become available).

  • Registration link
  • The Waitlist Offer is only valid for participants who sign up for the waitlist program prior to November 8, 2021.
  • To qualify for the bonus Aeroplan points offered, an eligible application for the Chase Aeroplan Card must be received by Chase by no later than February 15, 2022 through the application link provided in the waitlist email.
  • After February 15, 2022 use of the application link provided in the waitlist email will display the offer available at that time, if any.

Quick Thoughts

I have no idea if I’ll sign up for an Air Canada Aeroplan card, but there’s no harm in registering for this offer just in case.  In fact, I registered everyone in my family just in case it proves useful.  Yes, we might will end up with unwanted spam, but that’s the price for playing this game.

Note that this promotion appears to give a hint as to when the Chase cards will debut in the U.S.  Since the promo requires registration by Nov 8, 2021, it’s a good bet that the Chase cards will appear on November 8th or shortly after.

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Some of the other sites are indicating a December release.


I signed up, but I’m not expecting a lot from Air Canada, doubt it will be worth a 5/24 slot.


Can you explain? What’s wrong with Aeroplan? High mileage requirements for partner airlines?


The program itself is decent, no outstanding sweet spots, but overall pretty fair. But Air Canada is not known to be very generous. Look how they handled refunds.


I just checked their partner award chart. It’s pretty terrible, just like United’s prior chart.


For point to point it’s relatively high but it’s great for multisegment awards in J across many star alliance carriers(+EQ) with 6 segments per award(no backtracking) and a stopover for 5k which while good is wayyy overhyped by the paid shills. So like BOS-SFO-AKL-SYD-NRT-BKK and then BKK-DEL-ADD-IST-JNB-FRA-BOS(or sub auh for ist) with a stopover or two for around 210k. This comes out to about 200k miles which can be earned at 4x easily thru amex or C1(or 100k ms on venture cough cough) for a 35,000-40,000 mile trip in biz with 50-60+ hours of flying. I think this chart is INCREDIBLE for av geeks but crap if you want to go to Europe on vacation for a week.

Last edited 1 year ago by Scott

Being over 5/24 makes you ineligible?

Greg The Frequent Miler

Yes, most likely. But it can’t hurt to sign up for the extra 10K just in case.