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1,000 bonus Aeroplan miles for Apple Pay on TD Aeroplan CC

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Newbie
Mar 2, 2015
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Toronto, ON
sunnycnm5 wrote:
May 3rd, 2017 7:28 am
My understanding is you can use apple pay online if you have a macbook/ipad. My plan is to create an account +3 authorized users, and then 12 $1 purchases on Presto until I get the 4000 points.
Is it possible to load only $1 to presto? I guess $10 is the minimum.
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Mar 26, 2006
1671 posts
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OTTAWA, Canada
Thanks op.

Just used 330,000 miles to book some flights.. have to start slowly collecting up the points again :)
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Nov 29, 2015
1212 posts
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North York, ON
How many TD Aeroplan Credit Card holders here at Redflagdeals.com? I only have the poor cashback no fee credit card. I am scared to have too many cards in my wallet. What is the best number of credit cards for an individual user? Where is the standard answer for this question?
Member
Apr 24, 2010
465 posts
112 upvotes
Canada
MonctonMan wrote:
May 3rd, 2017 7:11 am
How much do you figure 1000 Aeropoints is worth?

7500 is enough for a 1 way flight to Montreal from Moncton that costs $380 tomorrow. Or 7500 points and $80. So 300/7500*1000= $40 . Hmm, OK, what can I buy with my iPad?
I think 1000 points worths $10 top. Your example was very unusual, AC actually didn't charge you an arm and a leg for last minute reward ticket redemption.
Jr. Member
Aug 27, 2012
159 posts
51 upvotes
Calgary
wxw2015 wrote:
May 3rd, 2017 4:11 pm
How many TD Aeroplan Credit Card holders here at Redflagdeals.com? I only have the poor cashback no fee credit card. I am scared to have too many cards in my wallet. What is the best number of credit cards for an individual user? Where is the standard answer for this question?
Answer here on redflagdeals will probably differ greatly from answer that you would get elsewhere. People here sign up for cards for their signup bonuses and have different cards for different charges to maximize cash back in either cash or points.

Me myself I believe I have 7 different credit cards including amex charge cards and see nothing wrong with that, never payed a penny in interest to any bank and a have a credit score of 720.
Newbie
Jan 22, 2012
3 posts
2 upvotes
VANCOUVER
Check which card you have and the annual fee for additional user cards. This easily negates the extra points.

Authorized User Card annual fees:

$35 per Authorized User Card (maximum of 3) for the TD® Aeroplan® Visa Platinum* Card.
$50 per Authorized User Card (maximum of 3) for the TD® Aeroplan® Visa Infinite* Card.
$99 per Authorized User Card (maximum of 3) for the TD® Aeroplan® Visa Infinite PrivilegeTM Card.
$39 per Authorized User Card (maximum of 3) for the TD Gold Elite Visa Card.
$50 per Authorized User Card (maximum of 3) for the TD First Class Travel Visa Infinite Card.
$50 per Authorized User Card (maximum of 3) for the TD Platinum Travel Visa Card.
No Annual Fee for Authorized User Cards (maximum of 3) for all other TD Credit Cards.
Member
Oct 12, 2008
237 posts
227 upvotes
Markham/Vaughan
theflyingsquirrel wrote:
May 3rd, 2017 10:40 am
I used their estore to refer to ebay to buy things.
I thought it will reset the 12 months and didn't check back.
The next time I login, I get 0 points.
They are scammers and love it when your points expires.
300k miles! wow. You will kick yourself if it expires. And for your information, they will never even consider to reinstate your points.
So you may as well just use it before it happens.
How difficult is it to fill in your gas at a place like Esso (or just buy something cheap at the gas station) and use your aeroplan card once a year? Honestly I don't think this is Aeroplan's fault as the policy is clear and they also send you a e-mail reminding you about expiring points a few months ahead of time.
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May 13, 2004
11198 posts
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Toronto
Aren't 15,000 miles a flight? So not so bad, for doing not much.

Not sure when it expires though as there is no "May 31th"....

"Simply make three purchases using your TD Aeroplan® Visa* Card with Apple Pay between May 1st and May 31th, 2017 and you'll receive 1,000 Aeroplan Miles."
Member
Oct 22, 2015
352 posts
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Can you use Apple pay to buy iTunes card on Apple store to call qualify?
Newbie
Jun 21, 2015
19 posts
7 upvotes
Calgary
HowEver wrote:
May 3rd, 2017 6:27 pm
Aren't 15,000 miles a flight? So not so bad, for doing not much.

Not sure when it expires though as there is no "May 31th"....

"Simply make three purchases using your TD Aeroplan® Visa* Card with Apple Pay between May 1st and May 31th, 2017 and you'll receive 1,000 Aeroplan Miles."
I am puzzled why you think there is no May 31.
Jr. Member
Dec 31, 2015
191 posts
9 upvotes
Kitchener
50 bucks worth it for 5000 point?
Member
Oct 26, 2016
239 posts
35 upvotes
Toronto
Amowagou wrote:
May 3rd, 2017 4:45 pm
I think 1000 points worths $10 top. Your example was very unusual, AC actually didn't charge you an arm and a leg for last minute reward ticket redemption.
Aeroplan at least $0.02 per mile, so minimum $20
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Mar 7, 2017
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nestleman wrote:
May 4th, 2017 1:00 am
Aeroplan at least $0.02 per mile, so minimum $20
I think that's right
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Jun 6, 2010
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Dave510 wrote:
May 3rd, 2017 5:09 pm
How difficult is it to fill in your gas at a place like Esso (or just buy something cheap at the gas station) and use your aeroplan card once a year? Honestly I don't think this is Aeroplan's fault as the policy is clear and they also send you a e-mail reminding you about expiring points a few months ahead of time.
For someone who doesn't fill up gas at esso, it is difficult.
Besides, they don't always give you points when you think you do get points. They are really sneaky and love to have people have their points expired.
If I buy something that is not in deep discounted, my father will punish me; everyone will laugh at me. I will be the strange kid who doesn't fit in.

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