Air Canada Vacations Does “Complete Makeover” On ACV&Me

Bruce Parkinson, Open Jaw

Air Canada Vacations has announced “a complete makeover” to its ACV&Me Loyalty Program that it says will allow members to earn points faster, take advantage of a wider variety of redemption options, and instantly redeem in just a few clicks.

“After 18 months of planning, we are more than a little excited to announce the enhancements to our agent loyalty program,”  said Dana Gain, Senior Director of Sales, Groups & Partnerships at Air Canada Vacations.

“We asked the agency community for their feedback and believe we have come up with improvements that speak directly to the needs of the travel agency community,” 

Travel agents can now earn more points on more products when booking with Air Canada Vacations. Here are the new levels:

 

  • 500 points on Cruise and Flight packages, 7 nights or more 
  • 500 points on Sun packages, 7 nights or more 
  • 300 points per passenger for Group bookings 
  • 200 points on Land Only, 3 to 7 nights 
  • 200 points on Cruise Only, 3 to 7 nights 

 

Air Canada Vacations says the enhanced program allows agents to earn more points faster, and instantly redeem for a wider variety of options, including:

 

  • $50, $100 instant shopping and dining gift cards from 28 Canadian retailers 
  • Travel the world. Redeem for Travel Vouchers – Receive a $75 Travel voucher instead of $50 when redeeming the same 5,000 points 
  • Aeroplan Miles – Redeem 5,500 points for 2,500 Aeroplan® Miles 
  • Cash in your pocket – Redeem a Visa gift card of a minimum of $100 with 12,000 points or reload your card for a minimum of $100 with 11,600 points 

 

“The enhanced program is designed to recognize travel agents’ efforts with more earning opportunities and allow them to redeem instantly – two hot buttons we kept hearing about,” Gain said.

 

The new program is valid for new bookings made as of 24JAN, 2020.

Bruce Parkinson

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An observer and analyst of the Canadian and international travel industries for over 25 years, Bruce uses the pre-dawn hours to prepare a daily news and information package to keep industry members up to date.