Air France KLM has really upped their game in terms of expanding their presence in Canada, which definitely warrants a full blown post. Today, we are going to provide a rundown of how relevant Air France KLM is to Canadians by going through some of the features of its Flying Blue frequent flyer program.
A few days after I wrote my comparison post regarding the U.S. and Canadian American Express Membership Rewards program, and I mentioned that we rarely see transfer bonuses in Canada as we do in the U.S., in pops a 30% hotel transfer bonus. This offer runs from September 1, 2021 to September 30, 2021.
It has been almost 5 years since I last update this post. In light of American Express Canada’s new partnership with Air France, KLM Flying Blue, I thought it was a great opportunity to update this post. This post compares the Canadian and U.S. American Express Membership Rewards programs. A lot has changed in the last 5 years, so let’s get going.
American Express Membership Rewards Canada is currently offering a 30% transfer bonus to British Airways’ Executive Club.
It may not seem obvious on the website, so click on the “Product Information” tab to see the offers.
It has been 18 months since the last time we saw an American Express Membership Rewards transfer bonus to British Airways’ Executive Club. Personally, I thought that we would never see a transfer bonus like this again from American Express, so I was pleasantly surprised to see a 25% transfer bonus.
Transfer bonuses are my favourite way to boost my loyalty accounts.
As you know, we have teamed up with American Express Business to offer a better than advertised sign up bonus offer. Offers can include a 75,000 sign up bonus with the Business Platinum with free gold supplementary cards. The offer will vary depending on the business. If you are a business owner, I definitely recommend that you fill out the referral form and find out what you qualify for!
I would like to provide more information the new American Express Fixed Points Travel Program, along with answers to some previously asked questions.
My friend Jeff, from Canadian Kilometers recently wrote a post about the new American Express Fixed Points Travel Rewards. He offered a very comprehensive explanation, so I will supplement what he already mentioned.
I am actually very excited about this new offer. This new move puts them more in line, or maybe even more competitive than the RBC Avion and CIBC Aventura programs.
This post is long overdue for an update. Last time around, I still listed Air Miles as one of the top 5. With the upcoming controversial expiry policy (which may be altered anyway by a new legislation), they will temporary be bumped out of the top 5.
There have been a few changes to the American Express Membership Rewards program, since my last post when comparing the Canadian and U.S. versions. So let’s do another rundown.