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Hyatt’s Botched Promo – MtM Podcast
On today’s episode of Miles to Memories Shawn and Joe chat about their early spending plans for the year and new credit cards they’re working on. They also discuss Hyatt’s botched IT on their latest promo, a new Hilton brand and a short theme park update. Plus, unlimited pay yourself back on Aeroplan?
I hope you enjoy this episode!
- 1:48 – Quick theme park updates
- 12:04 – Hilton Spark
- 16:25 – Hyatt IT biffs their latest targeted promo
- 24:20 – Aeroplan unlimited(?) pay yourself back
- 28:52 – Kicking off 2023 in credit card spending
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You can use Aeroplan points in the same way that one can use Chase UR points for pay-yourself-back. In some PYB categories (which change quarterly), the statement credit is 1.25 cents per point (without limit but subject to a 90-day lookback window). For charges not in PYB categories, the statement credit is 1 cent per point (subject to a 90-day lookback window).
Now, before you start transferring a bunch of Amex points to Aeroplan and use them under Chase’s PYB, you should note that both Air Canada and Chase have anti-abuse provisions in their terms and conditions. If either determines (in their sole and absolute discretion) that a person has engaged in abuse, they have the power to 1) forfeit that person’s points, 2) shut down that person’s accounts, and 3) ban that person from reapplying.
Hold my beer! You’re saying that I can erase my travel charges @ 1.25¢ w/o limits!!!