How To Earn 50000 Aeroplan Miles Before Dec. 1, 2019 (No Annual Fee)

Do you want to learn how to earn 50000 Aeroplan miles before Dec. 1, 2019? As of right now, there are some good credit cards with no annual fees. And if you sign up for one of them before Dec. 1, 2019, you’ll still be eligible for the promotion.

How to earn 50000 Aeroplan miles with these two credit cards

TD Aeroplan VISA Infinite – 15,000 Aeroplan miles

 

This card typically has a $120 annual fee but if you get it before December 1, 2019, they’ll waive it for the first year. Upon your first purchase, TD will award you 15,000 Aeroplan miles. They will also give you 5,000 Aeroplan miles if you add a supplementary card holder but standard annual fee charges apply for that.

Is it a good idea to get this card? Well, because there’s no annual fee, it’s an easy way to get 15,000 Aeroplan miles quickly so you aren’t really losing anything if you get it. In my opinion, this card is best for someone that needs to top up their Aeroplan balance.

CIBC Aerogold Business VISA – 35,000 Aeroplan Miles

 

This card typically has an annual fee of $180 but it’s waived for the first year. CIBC will give you 20,000 Aeroplan miles after your first purchase. An additional 15,000 Aeroplan miles will be awarded to you after spending $3,000 within your first 4 months of having the card.

Even if you are not a business owner, you are eligible to get the card as a sole proprietor. However, I heard people saying it’s harder to get this card now. You might need to find a CIBC bank with a representative that can help you get it if your “business” is not registered.

Another bonus perk is getting a $120 Air Canada eGift card. If you don’t have this card already, this is clearly a great card to get with a big sign up bonus.

Conclusion

Sadly, the days of no annual fee credit cards with big sign up bonuses are not as common these days. These two credit cards are one of the few that can help you get points without paying any annual fees. Regardless, I think paying annual fees is still okay as long as the credit card you sign up for offer you a big sign up bonus. So I wouldn’t rule out those credit cards if your goal is to save money on travel.

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