Air miles announced back in 2011 that their new expiry policy would become effective in 5 years from then and continue moving forward. That period of time has passed us quickly and will be upon us in a few months. Since there are limited options to use smaller amounts of collected miles, why not look into it now before they go to the pockets of the issuer!
Here is a screen shot of my own expiry statement. You can get yours here: https://www.airmiles.ca/arrow/Help?N=4294967267
Frequently Asked Questions
How are Miles in the table calculated?
Your custom statement shows Miles that will expire each quarter over the next 12 months. The number of Miles are accurate as of the date and time on this email and do not reflect any activity that may have occurred or been posted after that time.
Can I see Miles that will expire beyond 12 months?
We provide 12 months of information so that Collectors have the most up-to-date information and can use that time to plan.
What could change the information above?
Our reports are accurate as of the date and time on this email. Activities that affect the number of Miles due to expire include:
- Miles are transferred into or out of the Account.
- A redemption is made or reversed.
- A change (beginning or ending) in Onyx™ status as Onyx™ Collectors receive Miles Protection.
Here is a link to just one of many pages of third party information on how to make the best of this.
For those of you that are looking for alternative collector rewards, I found this one to be helpful.
The information provided here is a public service announcement for Winnipeg Homeowners that collect Air Miles and may have been unaware of the new Air miles Expiry policy.
President, Tradesman Heating and Cooling.