Earn 100K Points with Chase Aeroplan® World Elite Mastercard® Credit Card

100K Points Chase Aeroplan

Earn 100K Points with Chase Aeroplan® World Elite Mastercard® Credit Card

Today Chase and Air Canada launched a new welcome bonus of 100,000 points for the Chase Aeroplan® World Elite Mastercard® Credit Card. This card gives cardmembers the ability to earn Aeroplan points to unlock faster and better access to the world. The card has a $95 and valuable perks. That includes access to Chase’s Pay Yourself Back tool. Let’s take a look at the details below.

Signup Bonus

  • Starting today, Thursday, August 10, new cardmembers applying for the Chase Aeroplan Card can earn up to 100,000 Aeroplan points within the first 12 months from account opening: 
  • Cardmembers can earn 75,000 Aeroplan points after spending $4,000 in the first 3 months from account opening 
  • Plus, an additional 25,000 Aeroplan points after spending $20,000 total in the first 12 months from account opening 
  • $95 Annual Fee (not waived)

100,000 Aeroplan points could take you to another continent! Take-off from New York to Vienna, Paris, or Athens in business class starting at 70,000 points, or jet-set from Los Angeles to Tokyo, Sydney, or Seoul in business class starting at 75,000 points.  Check out the Flight Rewards Chart to start planning! Taxes and third-party charges apply. 


Card Details

Points Earning: 

  • 3X points for every dollar spent at grocery stores  
  • 3X points for every dollar spent on dining, takeout and eligible delivery services 
  • 3X points for every dollar spent with Air Canada directly  
  • 1X point for every dollar spent on all other purchases  
  • 500 bonus points for every $2,000 spent in a calendar month – up to 1,500 points per month  
  • Points do not expire as long as your Aeroplan Credit Card account is open  

Pay Yourself Back® 

  • Aeroplan points may be redeemed for a statement credit using Pay Yourself Back to cover travel purchases made with your Card, such as hotels, car rentals, ride-share, flights and more within 90 days from the redemption date through June 30, 2024. There is no limit to the amount of points cardmembers can redeem. Each point is worth 1.25 cents which means you can get $1,250 in statement credits for every 100,000 points redeemed.

Additional travel benefits include:  

  • Automatically receive 25K Elite Status for the remainder of the calendar year, plus the following calendar year, allowing primary cardmembers to enjoy benefits such as priority check-in, early boarding, cabin class upgrades and more on Air Canada flights 
  • Up to $100 credit toward Global Entry, TSA Precheck or NEXUS fee credit every four years  
  • Free first checked bag on Air Canada flights (for primary cardmember and up to eight people on the same itinerary)  

Guru’s Wrap-up

The Chase Aeroplan® World Elite Mastercard® Credit Card is once again offering a welcome bonus of 100,000 points. The spending requirement is quite high, but you also have a full year to complete it. The breakdown of this offer is also slightly different from the previous 100K bonus that we saw. You will earn 75K when you spend $4,000 in the first three months, and the rest of the points when you spend $20,000 total in the first 12 months.

The card provides tons of value considering it has a $95 annual fee. You also earn 3X on dining and groceries. And those points are useful even if you don’t specifically use Air Canada much or the Aeroplan program in general. You can use points to book flights on other airlines and use Chase’s Pay Yourself Back tool to get a value of 1.25 cents per point.

The card can earn you Aeroplan status and has several other benefits. One that stands out is the $100 credit toward Trusted Traveler Programs. Besides the usual Global Entry and TSA Precheck, it also covers NEXUS. You also get World Elite Mastercard benefits.

You can read the full card review here.

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