Who doesn't love rewards? American Express offers Cardmembers many ways to earn unique and exciting rewards. Whether you desire travel rewards, merchandise, gift cards or cash back, there's a Card and reward program that's right for you.Click here to learn about our Cards with rewards
Earn Points for virtually every dollar1 you charge to the Card. Transform them. A flight to New York City. A flatscreen TV. Even a day of pampering at the spa.
When you earn Aeroplan Miles faster, everything gets closer. Earn up to 50% more? Aeroplan Miles. .
Beside earning more reward miles every day, you can redeem for great rewards even sooner. So whether you're planning a weeklong getaway or simply looking for accessories for your home, the hardest part will be choosing what to redeem for.
Money. Back in your pocket. Put your new fridge on the Card. Use the Cash Back to fill it.
◊ Comparison is between the American Express AeroplanPlus Card and the American Express AeroplanPlus Gold Card.
1. Account must be in good standing. Membership Rewards points will be earned on the amount of all purchases, less credits and adjustments. Interest charges, annual fees, other fees and charges for travellers cheques and foreign currencies are not purchases and do not qualify for Membership Reward points. For information on enrollment, eligibility, fees, earn rates and other details for American Express Corporate Cards participating in the Program please call 1-800-716-6661.
2. Account must be in good standing. Holt Renfrew Rewards points will be earned on the amount of all purchases, less credits and returns. Funds advances, finance charges, Amex Cheques, balance transfers, annual fees (if applicable), other fees, and charges for travellers cheques and foreign currencies are not purchases and do not qualify for points.
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