Air Miles Launches ‘My Planet’ Promotion, Rewards Canadians For Green Purchases

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Air Miles My PlanetAny Canadian who happens to be reading this who doesn’t have an Air Miles card yet – it’s time to get on it. Why? Because now, in addition to receiving Air Miles when you make regular purchases like groceries, dry cleaning, or home products, you now get huge bonus Air Miles when you purchase green products, or use green services.


As of yesterday, 18 major retailers in Canada, including Metro, Safeway, and RONA, began offering bonus reward miles to Air Miles card holders that buy sustainable products, with many more expected to come on board soon. In fact, yesterday also marked the addition of Bullfrog Power to Air Miles’ Participating Sponsors, meaning you can now receive Air Miles for your monthly energy bills.


Along with providing card holders more miles for sustainable choices, Air Miles has also introduced many new reward incentives for the card holders. Now, instead of flying across the country with your miles, you can opt to instead ‘buy’ a solar back-up kit, a monthly metro pass, or a discount on energy-efficient vehicles.


This is a great new incentive program which will hopefully turn many more Canadians onto making greener choices. To learn more about the sponsors of the My Planet program, visit Air Miles – My Planet.


If you haven’t registered for an Air Miles card yet, click here and sign up right away – it’s free, after all.

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