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Vancouver, British Columbia, March 14, 2024 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — More Rewards — one of Western Canada’s favourite loyalty programs — is excited to announce the launch of the new and enhanced “ More Rewards Travel, Powered by Expedia ” platform, now available via the More Rewards website, unlocking a bigger world of travel for More Rewards cardholders.

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“We are always looking for ways to make the More Rewards program even more rewarding for cardholders, such as our move last summer to expand in-store redemption options with the introduction of ‘Pay with Points,’” said Jamie Nelson , Chief Operating Officer, Pattison Food Group. “Now, thanks to this exciting new partnership with Expedia Group, we’re offering More Rewards cardholders more travel options, more payment flexibility, and dedicated travel customer support.”

With this new partnership, travel booking on More Rewards is supercharged, thanks to Expedia Group ’s industry-leading White Label Template technology where members can access more than 940,000 properties, 500+ airlines, 100+ car rentals and thousands of activities all around the world. This new offering will make shopping for travel a win-win for More Rewards members on all aspects of their vacations.

“We are proud to partner with More Rewards, offering customers greater flexibility and choice in how they spend their loyalty points, and enhancing how they book their next getaway as part of the More Rewards program’s expanded travel platform offering. Expedia Group’s White Label Template technology powers the More Rewards travel site, providing access to a broad choice of hotels, flights, car rentals, and activities, all backed by our deep customer service expertise. This partnership will also bring additional Canadian demand to our global supply partners,” said Casey Selleck, Vice President of Private Label Solutions, New Business, at Expedia Group.

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For More Rewards cardholders, the partnership means access to Expedia Group’s extensive breadth and depth of supply. And the new end-to-end More Rewards platform makes it easier than ever to book. Using the new More Rewards Travel, Powered by Expedia platform, cardholders have the choice of paying for travel through points redemption or online payment. Members can redeem any amount of points towards a travel booking and earn one point for every dollar spent through the platform — meaning this partnership not only unlocks easy travel redemption but also a new, exciting way to earn More Rewards points!  

To celebrate the launch of More Rewards Travel, Powered by Expedia, More Rewards will be giving away 1,000,000 points (the equivalent of over $4,000 in travel) to one lucky cardholder. To enter, cardholders simply need to scan their card at checkout by March 27, 2024 . 

It’s free and easy to sign up for More Rewards. Simply ask in store at one of the following grocery locations: Save-On-Foods, Urban Fare, Nesters Market, Buy-Low Foods, Quality Foods, and PriceSmart Foods. Or sign up online at www.morerewards.ca and add your card to your digital wallet.  

ABOUT MORE REWARDS | More Rewards is one of Western Canada’s favourite loyalty programs with more than 30 years in business and millions of active members. More Rewards provides customers the opportunity to easily earn points on everyday purchases and then redeem for rewards such as free travel, groceries, gift cards and more. With the More Rewards card, you can earn points during almost every grocery shop at Save-On-Foods, PriceSmart Foods, Buy-Low Foods, Nesters Market, Quality Foods and Urban Fare, in addition to hundreds of More Rewards partner locations such as Panago Pizza, Jim Pattison Auto Group, Speedy Glass, and more. | morerewards.ca | Instagram: @more_rewards | Facebook: /MoreRewards

ABOUT PATTISON FOOD GROUP  | Established in 2021, the Pattison Food Group is a Jim Pattison business and Western Canada’s leading provider of food and drugs. The Pattison Food Group includes Save-On-Foods, Buy-Low Foods, Quality Foods, Everything Wine, Pure Integrative Pharmacy, Imperial Distributors Canada Inc., and other Jim Pattison Group specialty and wholesale operations. Its businesses employ more than 30,000 team members in its nearly 300 food and drug retail locations and share a passion for giving back to the communities where they do business. Pattison Food Group businesses are leaders in customer service and innovation and are committed to achieving long-term growth.

ABOUT EXPEDIA GROUP | Expedia Group, Inc. brands power travel for everyone, everywhere through our global platform. Driven by the core belief that travel is a force for good, we help people experience the world in new ways and build lasting connections. We provide industry-leading technology solutions to fuel partner growth and success, while facilitating memorable experiences for travelers. Our organization is made up of three pillars: Expedia Brands, housing all our consumer brands; Expedia Product & Technology, focused on the group’s product and technical strategy and offerings; and Expedia for Business, consisting of business-to-business solutions and relationships throughout the travel ecosystem.   

Expedia Group’s three flagship consumer brands include Expedia®, Hotels.com®, and Vrbo®. One Key™ is our comprehensive loyalty program that unifies Expedia, Hotels.com and Vrbo into one simple, flexible travel rewards experience. To enroll in One Key, download Expedia, Hotels.com and Vrbo mobile apps for free on iOS and Android devices. One Key is currently available in the U.S. and will become available globally soon. 

 For more information, visit www.expediagroup.com . Follow us on Twitter @expediagroup and check out our LinkedIn www.linkedin.com/company/expedia .  

 © 2024 Expedia, Inc., an Expedia Group company. All rights reserved. Trademarks and logos are the property of their respective owners. CST: 2029030-50

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The new More Rewards Travel is here with a chance to win 1 Million points!

More Rewards has officially relaunched their travel booking portal in collaboration with Expedia. The new travel booking portal soft launched just over a week ago and was officially unveiled on March 14. To celebrate the launch of the new More Rewards Travel rewards portal , the program will be giving away 1,000,000 points (the equivalent of over $4,000 in travel) to one lucky cardholder.

As we reported back in December , the loyalty program of Western Canadian grocer Pattison Food Group (Save-On-Foods, Urban Fare and many more) had shut down their in-house travel agency to prepare for a transition to a new provider. At that time we guessed they were switching to Expedia as their stop-gap measure for not being able to redeem points for travel was being able to redeem them for Expedia gift certificates of the same value. We guessed correctly!

For the most part I don’t think More Rewards members should even notice much of difference from the previous travel booking portal in terms of how the booking process and redemptions work. They should however find many more travel options available in terms of airlines, hotels, vacations and activities with the new portal.

Earning Points via More Rewards Travel

Earning points via the new More Rewards Travel is simple and straightforward. Members will earn 1 point per eligible $1 spent on travel purchases. As we see with the majority of loyalty programs, the only spend that really isn’t eligible are the taxes, fees and surcharges that are charged on these bookings.

When you search for travel on the More Rewards Travel portal they will show you how many points you can expect to earn on bookings:

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More Rewards no longer has their own co-brand credit card – do you guys remember their old Visa card with Scotia? It held the title of the best no annual fee travel rewards card back in 2017 and 2018! Sorry, went off track for bit but going back to them not having their own card you’ll want to use a card with a travel accelerator and/or good travel insurance coverage to pay for your bookings made via More Rewards Travel.

Some of those cards include the American Express Cobalt® Card which earns 2 points per dollar on travel and just happens to earn 5x points at all More Rewards grocery store partners, the TD ® Aeroplan ® Visa Infinite Privilege* Card and the BMO Ascend TM World Elite®* Mastercard®* .

The BMO card is good for insurance coverage as they don’t have the stipulation that 75% of the travel purchase needs to be paid for with your card, they state pay any portion of the travel booking with it for most of their coverage, so keep that in mind if you have enough More Rewards points to cover your entire purchase you may just want to leave a small cash portion instead of using all your points so that you are covered.

Redeeming Points via More Rewards Travel

The redemption rate of points via the new More Rewards Travel remains the same as the old portal. That rate is 0.42 cents per point redeemed towards any travel option they have. And just like before you can pay with any combination of points+cash or all points should you have enough in your More Rewards account.

Once you log in to your account and before booking any travel, More Rewards will show you how much your current points balance is worth towards travel:

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When you search for travel the results will show the total amount of points needed to cover the entire booking however you don’t have to use that many points as you can choose to do a partial redemption (see the next section to learn more about partial redemptions)

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Once you select the flights, hotels or other travel that you want to book you’ll be provided the points redemption option where you can choose to pay with any combination of points+cash:

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More Rewards Travel Booking Examples

Booking travel with More Rewards is extremely easy. It works the same as going direct to Expedia and virtually any other online booking engine. And is also super easy to use when you want to redeem points towards your booking.

Here’s an example of a WestJet flight between Vancouver and Calgary:

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As you can see it provides you with all relevant details (it even included how much you can expect to pay for checked luggage etc). It details how many points you can expect to earn if you pay for the entire flight with your credit card and it also shows you how many points it would cost if you want to redeem for the entire flight (Taxes and fees included)

For comparison here is the same flight if booked with WestJet, it prices the same:

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Going back to More Rewards Travel, the next step with them after clicking on the ‘Check Out’ button is to select how many points you would like to use towards the booking:

Here you simply input how many points you would like to use (or none at all) and if you are not paying for the entire amount with points it automatically lets you know how much you still have to pay with your credit card. It also details how many points you’ll earn on the cash portion. And that’s it! The rest is your typical booking process of inputting the traveller(s) details, payment details etc.

Things to be aware of when booking with More Rewards Travel

As with any third party agency, when you book hotels via More Rewards Travel you will be foregoing points and elite status earning in that chain’s loyalty program and you may not receive elite status benefits during your stay. This is no worry if hotel loyalty program points or elite status don’t matter to you.

I do recommend that you check what booking direct with the hotel chain would cost as they often have loyalty program member rates that are cheaper than what you can book via third party agencies. For example the Four Points Kelowna shown above was $171 all in when booking as a Marriott Bonvoy member via Marriott versus the $184 with More Rewards. As with everything be sure to shop around but of course if you are sitting on a stash of More Rewards points that you want to use up, by all means do so if you’ll be saving more cash in the end.

There is also one more item to be aware of with the new More Rewards Travel, which happens to be the same with many other Canadian loyalty and credit card programs who also use Expedia such as RBC’s Avion Rewards, Scene+ and TD Rewards. And that is you cannot book travel to Cuba. This is due to Expedia being a U.S. corporation and the U.S. has an embargo on doing business with the island nation. So if you want to book an all-inclusive package to Varadero unfortunately you won’t be able to do so with your More Rewards points.

Here’s the result when you type Cuba into the search:

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You can win 1 Million More Rewards Points

To celebrate the launch of the new More Rewards Travel portal the program is giving away 1,000,000 More Rewards points to one lucky member! Those 1 million points are worth ~$4,200 towards any travel booked via the portal.

To enter you simply need to scan your More Rewards card at checkout by March 27, 2024. I assume by check out they mean at their own grocery stores including Save-On-Foods, Urban Fare, Nesters Market, Buy-Low Foods, Quality Foods, and PriceSmart Foods but not other More Rewards partners.

If you plan on scanning you card by shopping at Save-On Foods don’t forget to tie in the RBC Avion Select Card Linked offer for Save-On Foods! ( Learn more here )

Wrapping it up

After a three month hiatus, More Rewards Travel is back and it is being powered by Expedia. Overall the new portal is quite similar to their old one but now with more travel options thanks to Expedia’s global breadth. More Rewards members can earn points on all eligible travel booked via the portal to add their balance of points earned from other partners. On the redemption side, the value of points redeemed towards travel remains the same and remain super flexible in that you can redeem any amount of points + cash or all points towards your travel purchases.

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1) Please tell us who you are and what your role is with More Rewards ?

I’m Jennifer Johnson, Loyalty Director for More Rewards and I’m responsible for driving customer experience and integrating the business across all loyalty functions. I have previously worked in a number of loyalty, partnership and marketing roles in organizations in Canada and the U.K. such as London Drugs, Tesco, Ford Retail and News UK with specific expertise in developing partnerships, loyalty and digital transformation in complex businesses.

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2) What is More Rewards about?

More Rewards is one of Western Canada’s favourite loyalty programs. Millions of members collect points on their everyday grocery spend at more than 250 stores including Save-On-Foods, PriceSmart Foods, Buy-Low Foods, Nesters Market, Quality Foods, and Urban Fare, as well as at hundreds of partner locations, such as Panago Pizza, Jim Pattison Auto Group, Speedy Glass, and more. Our members redeem their points for rewards such as free travel, groceries, gift cards, and more. It’s our way of saying thank you for shopping with us!

3) Looks like there have been some recent enhancements to More Rewards Travel, Powered by Expedia. How is it different from before?

More Rewards recently launched the new and improved “ More Rewards Travel, Powered by Expedia ” platform, which unlocks a bigger world of travel for More Rewards cardholders. This new partnership means customers can access Expedia Group’s extensive breadth and depth of travel inventory. And the new end-to-end More Rewards platform makes it easier than ever to book. Using the new More Rewards Travel, Powered by Expedia platform, cardholders have the choice of paying for travel through points redemption or online payment. Members can redeem any number of points they choose towards a travel booking and even earn one point for every additional dollar spent through the platform — meaning this partnership not only unlocks easy travel redemption but also a new, exciting way to earn More Rewards points.

4) What else can we look forward to?

We are always looking for ways to make the More Rewards program even more rewarding for our members. Within the last year, we have expanded our in-store redemption options with the introduction of “Pay with Points” and launched the new partnership with Expedia. But it doesn’t stop there. Our short-term roadmap includes even more ways to add value, personalization, and ease to improve our members’ experience. Stay tuned for full details, but safe to say we’re very excited about our upcoming plans and members can expect more big things to come soon!

5) Any closing thoughts?

As Pointshogger demonstrates, there is so much choice available these days, especially when it comes to loyalty. We’re really thankful to our customers for engaging with our program and are working hard to make the program even easier and better for them! Being considered one of Western Canada’s favourite loyalty programs is not something we take lightly. We are proud to help our members save money and make their dollars go further.

To help our members get even more value from the program, we will continue to expand the many ways to earn and redeem points, such as through our digital offers platform, My Offers, and our expansive partner network.

If your readers want to stay up to date on all the point tips and earning opportunities with More Rewards, I recommend signing up for our weekly e-newsletter and following us on social media.

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More Rewards Travel Gets an Expedia-sized Upgrade

New partnership means More Rewards cardholders get more travel and more benefits

Vancouver, British Columbia, March 14, 2024 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- More Rewards — one of Western Canada’s favourite loyalty programs — is excited to announce the launch of the new and enhanced “ More Rewards Travel, Powered by Expedia ” platform, now available via the More Rewards website, unlocking a bigger world of travel for More Rewards cardholders.

“We are always looking for ways to make the More Rewards program even more rewarding for cardholders, such as our move last summer to expand in-store redemption options with the introduction of ‘Pay with Points,’” said Jamie Nelson , Chief Operating Officer, Pattison Food Group. “Now, thanks to this exciting new partnership with Expedia Group, we’re offering More Rewards cardholders more travel options, more payment flexibility, and dedicated travel customer support.”

With this new partnership, travel booking on More Rewards is supercharged, thanks to Expedia Group ’s industry-leading White Label Template technology where members can access more than 940,000 properties, 500+ airlines, 100+ car rentals and thousands of activities all around the world. This new offering will make shopping for travel a win-win for More Rewards members on all aspects of their vacations.

“We are proud to partner with More Rewards, offering customers greater flexibility and choice in how they spend their loyalty points, and enhancing how they book their next getaway as part of the More Rewards program’s expanded travel platform offering. Expedia Group’s White Label Template technology powers the More Rewards travel site, providing access to a broad choice of hotels, flights, car rentals, and activities, all backed by our deep customer service expertise. This partnership will also bring additional Canadian demand to our global supply partners,” said Casey Selleck, Vice President of Private Label Solutions, New Business, at Expedia Group.

For More Rewards cardholders, the partnership means access to Expedia Group’s extensive breadth and depth of supply. And the new end-to-end More Rewards platform makes it easier than ever to book. Using the new More Rewards Travel, Powered by Expedia platform, cardholders have the choice of paying for travel through points redemption or online payment. Members can redeem any amount of points towards a travel booking and earn one point for every dollar spent through the platform — meaning this partnership not only unlocks easy travel redemption but also a new, exciting way to earn More Rewards points!

To celebrate the launch of More Rewards Travel, Powered by Expedia, More Rewards will be giving away 1,000,000 points (the equivalent of over $4,000 in travel) to one lucky cardholder. To enter, cardholders simply need to scan their card at checkout by March 27, 2024 .

It’s free and easy to sign up for More Rewards. Simply ask in store at one of the following grocery locations: Save-On-Foods, Urban Fare, Nesters Market, Buy-Low Foods, Quality Foods, and PriceSmart Foods. Or sign up online at www.morerewards.ca and add your card to your digital wallet.

ABOUT MORE REWARDS | More Rewards is one of Western Canada’s favourite loyalty programs with more than 30 years in business and millions of active members. More Rewards provides customers the opportunity to easily earn points on everyday purchases and then redeem for rewards such as free travel, groceries, gift cards and more. With the More Rewards card, you can earn points during almost every grocery shop at Save-On-Foods, PriceSmart Foods, Buy-Low Foods, Nesters Market, Quality Foods and Urban Fare, in addition to hundreds of More Rewards partner locations such as Panago Pizza, Jim Pattison Auto Group, Speedy Glass, and more. | morerewards.ca | Instagram: @more_rewards | Facebook: /MoreRewards

ABOUT PATTISON FOOD GROUP  | Established in 2021, the Pattison Food Group is a Jim Pattison business and Western Canada’s leading provider of food and drugs. The Pattison Food Group includes Save-On-Foods, Buy-Low Foods, Quality Foods, Everything Wine, Pure Integrative Pharmacy, Imperial Distributors Canada Inc., and other Jim Pattison Group specialty and wholesale operations. Its businesses employ more than 30,000 team members in its nearly 300 food and drug retail locations and share a passion for giving back to the communities where they do business. Pattison Food Group businesses are leaders in customer service and innovation and are committed to achieving long-term growth.

ABOUT EXPEDIA GROUP | Expedia Group, Inc. brands power travel for everyone, everywhere through our global platform. Driven by the core belief that travel is a force for good, we help people experience the world in new ways and build lasting connections. We provide industry-leading technology solutions to fuel partner growth and success, while facilitating memorable experiences for travelers. Our organization is made up of three pillars: Expedia Brands, housing all our consumer brands; Expedia Product & Technology, focused on the group’s product and technical strategy and offerings; and Expedia for Business, consisting of business-to-business solutions and relationships throughout the travel ecosystem.

Expedia Group’s three flagship consumer brands include Expedia®, Hotels.com®, and Vrbo®. One Key™ is our comprehensive loyalty program that unifies Expedia, Hotels.com and Vrbo into one simple, flexible travel rewards experience. To enroll in One Key, download Expedia, Hotels.com and Vrbo mobile apps for free on iOS and Android devices. One Key is currently available in the U.S. and will become available globally soon.

For more information, visit www.expediagroup.com . Follow us on Twitter @expediagroup and check out our LinkedIn www.linkedin.com/company/expedia .

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By Barry Choi on April 18, 2019 Estimated reading time: 6 minutes

4 top travel rewards programs for Canadians

The perks vary, but because there’s typically no membership fee, you can feel free to sign up for them all

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If you travel on a regular basis, you’ve likely joined at least one loyalty program by now. And if you haven’t, what are you waiting for? Loyalty programs offer a variety of perks as a way to get you to keep coming back. Even if you travel just casually, they’re worth joining since there are typically no membership fees.

What’s interesting is that no two loyalty programs are alike. They all offer different rewards and benefits that will appeal to different people. The airline you fly with, where you stay, and which travel credit cards you use should all factor into how you collect points. But if you’re new to loyalty programs, where should you begin? Here’s a list of some of my favourite travel loyalty programs along with the lowdown on how you can benefit from them.

WestJet Rewards

WestJet Rewards is easily the best airline loyalty program out there. Instead of focusing on points, you earn WestJet dollars on qualifying flights and vacation packages. It’s basically a cash-back program where you can use your WestJet dollars at any time as long as you have a minimum of $15 in your account. The earn rate is 0.5%, 3%, 5% and 8% respectively for their Teal, Silver, Gold and Platinum tiers. It’s important to note that you instantly get Teal status as soon as you join so there’s no reason to not sign up; your tier goes up based on your qualifying spend.

What also makes WestJet Rewards appealing is how their co-branded credit card gives you additional benefits. Cardholders get an annual companion voucher starting at $99 (plus taxes, fees and charges). This benefit alone is worth paying the $119 annual fee that comes with the card. In addition, the first checked bag is free for the primary cardholder on WestJet flights and up to 8 guests on the same itinerary. The credit card comes with an earn rate of 2% on WestJet flights, which stacks with your tier status. That means if you’re a Platinum member, you would earn 10% cash back when you book flights on westjet.com and pay with your WestJet RBC World Elite Mastercard. That’s an incredible return.

American Express Membership Rewards

Some people complain that American Express isn’t accepted everywhere, but that doesn’t change the fact that American Express Membership Rewards is an excellent rewards program. Since it’s not a loyalty program, you only earn points when charging purchases to select American Express credit cards such as the American Express Platinum * and Gold Rewards cards. Those points you earn are incredibly valuable when you understand what you can do with them.

Since it takes 100 points to claim $1 in travel, your points are worth 1% at minimum. However, if you used their fixed points travel program, you can get much more value than that since you get a maximum base ticket price for the number of points your using. For example, a flight to Europe will cost you 60,000 points but there’s a maximum base ticket price of $900. In addition, you can transfer your points to other travel rewards programs such as Aeroplan at a 1:1 ratio and Marriott Bonvoy (see below) at a 1:1.2 ratio. Depending on how you use your points for either of those programs, your points could also be worth more than 1%. Having this kind of flexibility with your points is why so many people love American Express.

Marriott Bonvoy

With more than 6,500 properties in more than 120 countries, Marriott is the largest hotel chain in the world. With Marriott Bonvoy , you earn points based on how much you spend at their properties or with one of their co-branded credit cards *. There are 5 main tiers: Silver, Gold, Platinum and Titanium Elite. To reach each tier you need to stay 10, 25, 50 and 75 nights respectively. There’s even an Ambassador Elite tier where you get top-level service after you stay 100 nights a year and spend $20,000 at participating properties.

What makes this program appealing is that with every tier you go up, you get additional perks such as a higher earn rate on your points, free WiFi, early check-in & late check-out, room upgrades, free breakfast, and more. The amount of points it takes to redeem a free night depends on the category of the hotel and the season, but it ranges between 500 and 100,000. One really great feature about the program is that when you book 4 nights on points, you get the 5 th night free. Alternatively, you can use your points on experiences such as VIP access to Coachella, suite access to a Manchester United football match and a private dinner with Iron Chef Morimoto.

To be honest, Aeroplan can be really annoying, since it can be difficult to find seats or direct flights when making a redemption, but the program does have some really good value if you know where to look.

First off, you need to understand that taxes, fees and surcharges are what annoy people most about Aeroplan. The program lets members redeem their points on a number of different airlines, and some charge higher taxes than others. For example, a flight to Zurich from Toronto on Air Canada will cost you 30,000 Aeroplan points for a one-way ticket and about $320 in taxes. However, if you flew to Zurich via Montreal on Swiss, you’d pay only about $60 in taxes. The reason there’s such a huge difference is that Air Canada has fuel surcharges, whereas Swiss does not. Other airlines where you can use your Aeroplan points, and which don’t have fuel surcharges include Brussels Airlines, United Airlines, EVA Air, Turkish Airlines, Copa Airlines and EgyptAir.

You can also get great value by claiming a business class flight, which allows you to book a mini round-the-world trip at the same time. Here’s how: If you booked a flight on Aeroplan to Asia, their rules allow you to fly to your destinations with two stopovers (more than 24 hours) and up to 13 layovers (under 24 hours). That means you could potentially spend time in Europe, Australia and Asia all on one redemption. If you were able to find seats all in business and took advantage of airlines that don’t charge many fees, you could potentially get $10,000+ in value for just 150,000 Aeroplan points.

It can be it a bit complicated to come up with an itinerary, but the point is that there is a lot of value in Aeroplan if you’re willing to put in the work for it. That being said, Air Canada is set to takeover Aeroplan in 2020, so the program will likely see some changes.

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American Express Membership Rewards

When it comes to the best travel rewards programs that credit card providers offer, my vote goes to American Express Membership Rewards . The reason they stand out is that you can transfer your points to Marriott Bonvoy and multiple airlines. The Marriott Bonvoy transfer ratio is 1:1.2 For example, if you transferred 10,000 Membership Rewards points, you’d get 12,000 Marriott Bonvoy points. With Aeroplan, your transfer ratio is 1:1. The reason this is so important is that Marriott is the largest hotel chain in the world while Aeroplan is the rewards program for Air Canada, Canada’s #1 airline.

There’s also some real value with Membership Rewards points if you don’t transfer them. American Express has its own travel portal where you can claim 1,000 points for $1 in travel. You can also charge any type of travel purchase to your credit card and then redeem points towards that purchase at the same ratio. That means you have the flexibility to book any type of travel.

To get even more value out of your American Express Membership Rewards, you can book travel via their fixed points travel program. As the name implies, you can travel to different parts of the world for a fixed amount of points. There is a maximum base ticket price associated with each redemption, but quite often this can work in your favour. E.g. For 40,000 points, you can fly anywhere within Canada and the U.S. (except Hawaii and Alaska) as long as the base price does not exceed $700.  

So what’s the best way to earn American Express Membership Rewards points fast? There’s the American Express Platinum Card that gives you 60,000 points when using a referral link if you spend $5,000 in the first three months of card membership. If you have a lot of expenses coming up, consider the American Express Business Platinum Card that gives you an insane 75,000 points when you charge $7,000 to your card in the first three months.

Marriott Bonvoy

With over 7,000 properties in more than 110 countries, Marriott is the largest hotel chain in the world so it only makes sense that their loyalty program, Marriott Bonvoy is one of the best travel rewards programs in Canada and the world. With Marriott Bonvoy, you earn points whenever you stay at any Marriott owned property. You can also earn points by signing up for the Marriott Bonvoy American Express Card which gives you up to 51,000 Marriott Bonvoy points as a welcome bonus.

Once you’ve earned points, you can start redeeming them for free nights. Every hotel is assigned a category number between 1-8. The higher the number, the more points you need to pay for a free night. There’s also peak and off-peak pricing for free nights to factor in. That means a free night could cost you as little as 5,000 points per night or 100,000 on the high end.

Marriott Bonvoy has five tiers of status: Silver, Gold, Platinum, Titanium, Titanium Ambassador. With every status level you reach, you’ll earn extra points and benefits. For example, silver gets you free Wi-Fi and early check-in. Once you reach Titanium, you’ll have lounge access and access to free suite upgrades.

What also makes Marriott Bonvoy interesting is how you can transfer your points to a bunch of different airlines. The regular transfer ratio for most of the airlines is 3:1 but when you transfer 60,000 Marriott Bonvoy points, you get an additional 5,000 points which is a pretty good value. You also have the options to use your Marriott Bonvoy points on Marriott Moments which are exclusive experiences such as dining, entertainment, sporting events and travel.

WestJet Rewards

Since WestJet is Canada’s second-largest airline and based in Calgary, it’s often overlooked by many Canadians who prefer to fly Air Canada. Here’s the thing, WestJet Rewards is not only one of the best travel rewards programs, but it’s also one of the best loyalty programs out there.

What makes WestJet Rewards so appealing is that it’s a cash back program, not points. You earn your WestJet dollars on every qualifying spend. Your status tier starts at Teal (you get this just by signing up) and then you can move up to Silver, Gold, and Platinum. Every tier you go up gives you a higher earn rate and additional benefits. Platinum gives you an incredible 8% back in WestJet dollars on WestJet flights.

WestJet Rewards is one of the best travel travel rewards programs on its own, but when you combine it with the WestJet RBC World Elite Mastercard , you can earn rewards so fast. This card gives you 2% on WestJet flights and vacation purchases while all other purchases earn you 1.5% back. The card stacks with your status so if you’re a Platinum member, you would earn 10% back in WestJet dollars on WestJet flights and vacation purchases. The WestJet Mastercard also gives you a $250 welcome bonus, an annual companion voucher starting at $119 CAD, plus your first checked bag free which is an incredible savings.

Ever since Air Canada bought Aeroplan, people were worried that the program would change for the worse. It’s true that some new rules they’ve implemented have made some redemptions less desirable, but the reality is they were closing a loophole that was abused by select customers. The good news is that they also made positive changes to the program where you can cancel award bookings within 24 hours without having to pay a fee.

The program itself can be a bit complicated. The miles you earn can be redeemed for flights. How many miles it’ll cost you to get to a certain destination is based on regions. E.g. 25,000 miles for a round-trip ticket to anywhere within the continental U.S. and Canada. What’s tricky is that not every seat is available so you may need to be flexible to make a redemption. They do have a market rate option where you can book on just about any flight, but the number of points it’ll take you to make a redemption will obviously increase. Don’t forget, you still have to pay taxes on your flight redemptions.

Since flying can be expensive, it’s no surprise that many people prefer to collect Aeroplan Miles. The easiest way to earn miles is to get one of their co-branded credit cards such as the TD Aeroplan Visa Infinite Card . The earn rate is great at 1.5 Aeroplan miles per $1 spent on grocery, gas, drugstore and aircanada.com purchases; and 1 Aeroplan mile per dollar spent on all other purchases. If you sign up right now, you’ll earn 15,000 Aeroplan Miles after your first purchase which is pretty sweet considering the annual fee of $120 is waived for the first year. In addition, for the first three months of card membership, you’ll earn double the Miles so there’s a real opportunity to rack up those points.

RBC Rewards

Similar to American Express Membership Rewards, RBC Rewards is one of the best rewards programs in Canada offered by a bank. With RBC, you can transfer your points to WestJet Rewards, American Airlines, Asia Miles and Avios Miles. If you like to collect any of those airline rewards points, then collecting RBC Rewards is a good way to complement your earn rate. I should also note that American Express Membership Rewards doesn’t allow you to directly transfer your points to any of those airlines which is another reason why RBC Rewards can be popular.

Just like Amex MR, RBC Rewards also has a Travel Redemption Schedule. The RBC chart can be a bit complicated since the number of points it takes to make a redemption varies depending on where you’re flying from and where you’re headed, but there’s no denying that there can be a lot of value for some rewards.

What’s interesting about RBC Rewards is that the RBC Visa Infinite Avion Credit Card often has a promotion where the annual fee of $120 is waived for the first year. The signup bonus also varies from 15,000 – 25,000 points after your first purchase so you can get a lot of RBC Rewards points fast with little effort.

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We are planning a trip to Germany in May to visit relatives and also be “tourists “. I haven’t seen any articles on car rental tips or comparing rail vs car in Europe. Any info is great. I’ve learned a lot of tips already.

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With so many different routes and rail passes available, you sort of need to compare the two for your specific itinerary. Germany has an excellent train network, so you likely wouldn’t have an issue getting around just by train.

Thanks. But of course we are at least going drive the Autobahn too!

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Having rented a car twice now in Germany, my tip is to book it before arriving. The difference in rates is significant. Also, I would avoid renting from Hertz a all costs.They added many, many extra fees to my bill ( which was provided to me in German). It took multiple calls over 3 months to have the charges reversed.

It’s a beautiful country, enjoy your trip!

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Vancouver, British Columbia, March 14, 2024 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — More Rewards — one of Western Canada’s favourite loyalty programs — is excited to announce the launch of the new and enhanced “ More Rewards Travel, Powered by Expedia ” platform, now available via the More Rewards website, unlocking a bigger world of travel for More Rewards cardholders.

“We are always looking for ways to make the More Rewards program even more rewarding for cardholders, such as our move last summer to expand in-store redemption options with the introduction of ‘Pay with Points,’” said Jamie Nelson , Chief Operating Officer, Pattison Food Group. “Now, thanks to this exciting new partnership with Expedia Group, we’re offering More Rewards cardholders more travel options, more payment flexibility, and dedicated travel customer support.”

With this new partnership, travel booking on More Rewards is supercharged, thanks to Expedia Group ’s industry-leading White Label Template technology where members can access more than 940,000 properties, 500+ airlines, 100+ car rentals and thousands of activities all around the world. This new offering will make shopping for travel a win-win for More Rewards members on all aspects of their vacations.

“We are proud to partner with More Rewards, offering customers greater flexibility and choice in how they spend their loyalty points, and enhancing how they book their next getaway as part of the More Rewards program’s expanded travel platform offering. Expedia Group’s White Label Template technology powers the More Rewards travel site, providing access to a broad choice of hotels, flights, car rentals, and activities, all backed by our deep customer service expertise. This partnership will also bring additional Canadian demand to our global supply partners,” said Casey Selleck, Vice President of Private Label Solutions, New Business, at Expedia Group.

For More Rewards cardholders, the partnership means access to Expedia Group’s extensive breadth and depth of supply. And the new end-to-end More Rewards platform makes it easier than ever to book. Using the new More Rewards Travel, Powered by Expedia platform, cardholders have the choice of paying for travel through points redemption or online payment. Members can redeem any amount of points towards a travel booking and earn one point for every dollar spent through the platform — meaning this partnership not only unlocks easy travel redemption but also a new, exciting way to earn More Rewards points!  

To celebrate the launch of More Rewards Travel, Powered by Expedia, More Rewards will be giving away 1,000,000 points (the equivalent of over $4,000 in travel) to one lucky cardholder. To enter, cardholders simply need to scan their card at checkout by March 27, 2024 . 

It’s free and easy to sign up for More Rewards. Simply ask in store at one of the following grocery locations: Save-On-Foods, Urban Fare, Nesters Market, Buy-Low Foods, Quality Foods, and PriceSmart Foods. Or sign up online at www.morerewards.ca and add your card to your digital wallet.  

ABOUT MORE REWARDS | More Rewards is one of Western Canada’s favourite loyalty programs with more than 30 years in business and millions of active members. More Rewards provides customers the opportunity to easily earn points on everyday purchases and then redeem for rewards such as free travel, groceries, gift cards and more. With the More Rewards card, you can earn points during almost every grocery shop at Save-On-Foods, PriceSmart Foods, Buy-Low Foods, Nesters Market, Quality Foods and Urban Fare, in addition to hundreds of More Rewards partner locations such as Panago Pizza, Jim Pattison Auto Group, Speedy Glass, and more. | morerewards.ca | Instagram: @more_rewards | Facebook: /MoreRewards

ABOUT PATTISON FOOD GROUP  | Established in 2021, the Pattison Food Group is a Jim Pattison business and Western Canada’s leading provider of food and drugs. The Pattison Food Group includes Save-On-Foods, Buy-Low Foods, Quality Foods, Everything Wine, Pure Integrative Pharmacy, Imperial Distributors Canada Inc., and other Jim Pattison Group specialty and wholesale operations. Its businesses employ more than 30,000 team members in its nearly 300 food and drug retail locations and share a passion for giving back to the communities where they do business. Pattison Food Group businesses are leaders in customer service and innovation and are committed to achieving long-term growth.

ABOUT EXPEDIA GROUP | Expedia Group, Inc. brands power travel for everyone, everywhere through our global platform. Driven by the core belief that travel is a force for good, we help people experience the world in new ways and build lasting connections. We provide industry-leading technology solutions to fuel partner growth and success, while facilitating memorable experiences for travelers. Our organization is made up of three pillars: Expedia Brands, housing all our consumer brands; Expedia Product & Technology, focused on the group’s product and technical strategy and offerings; and Expedia for Business, consisting of business-to-business solutions and relationships throughout the travel ecosystem.   

Expedia Group’s three flagship consumer brands include Expedia®, Hotels.com®, and Vrbo®. One Key™ is our comprehensive loyalty program that unifies Expedia, Hotels.com and Vrbo into one simple, flexible travel rewards experience. To enroll in One Key, download Expedia, Hotels.com and Vrbo mobile apps for free on iOS and Android devices. One Key is currently available in the U.S. and will become available globally soon. 

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Demi Moore ‘s new film, the feminist body horror “ The Substance ,” sees her bare it all, with several scenes featuring full nudity. At the Cannes Film Festival press conference for the film on Monday, the 61-year-old actor discussed the “vulnerable experience.”

“Going into it, it was really spelled out — the level of vulnerability and rawness that was really required to tell the story,” Moore said. “And it was a very vulnerable experience and just required a lot of sensitivity and a lot of conversation about what we were trying to accomplish.”

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As the film progresses, Moore becomes horribly disfigured thanks to the abuse her other half Qualley is inflicting on her. By the film’s last act, she quite resembles Anjelica Huston from the 1990 film “The Witches,” after she transforms into a humpback abomination.

Dennis Quaid also stars in the film as an “asshole,” as he described his character during the presser. The late Ray Liotta was meant to have the role before his passing in May 2022, and Quaid dedicated his performance to him.

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Cannes went wild for “The Substance” at its premiere on Sunday night, giving the film an 11-minute standing ovation , the longest of the fest so far.

In an interview with Variety , the French director discussed the film’s feminist themes, saying that body horror is “the perfect vehicle to express the violence all these women’s issues are about.”

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