Update with E-Rewards

Filling the surveys can be tedious work, but we all work hard at our job or when studying for exams. The reason we work hard is because we believe that there is value in what we are doing. We previously wrote about the value of survey programs. One of my favourite survey programs is E-Rewards. There are two reasons why I like survey programs: (1) to help keep loyalty accounts active; and (2) to top up a loyalty account for an upcoming particular reward redemption. So to me, all the hard work pays off.

When you do surveys with E-Rewards, you earn E-Reward dollars which can be used to redeem for different types of rewards. The types of rewards that you can redeem for depends on which country you live in. Since I am Canadian, my account shows the following rewards and transfer partners (the changes from our previous post are indicated as such):

  • Air France (Flying Blue Miles)
  • Air Miles
  • AirTran Airways (A+ Rewards)
  • Alaska Airlines
  • NEW- Amazon.ca gift cards (Canada)
  • American Airlines (AAdvantage)
  • American Eagle gift cards
  • Avios
  • British Airways (Executive Club)
  • Emirates Airlines
  • Etihad Guest
  • Frontier Airlines (EarlyReturns)
  • Golfsmith
  • Groupon (Canada)
  • DELETED- Hawaiian Miles
  • Hertz (Gold Plus Rewards)
  • Iberia
  • InterContinental Hotels (IHG Rewards Club)
  • National Post
  • Starbucks gift cards
  • United Airlines (MileagePlus)
  • US Airways (Dividend Miles)
  • Virgin Atlantic (Flying Club)
  • Forzieri.com gift cards

I really appreciate the wide variety of choices. The ones that have been most valuable to me are IHG Rewards Club, American Airlines and British Airways.

If you can take advantage of any of these loyalty programs, then I strongly recommend the E-rewards program to help you earn additional points. Every point counts and as I have said before, the more work you put into loyalty programs the more you will be rewarded.

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