Card Details

Bank Name: American Express
Network Type: Amex
Card Type: Personal
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Annual Fee: $899
Additional Card Fee: $299
Purchases Interest Rate: 19.99%
Cash Advance Interest Rate: 22.99%


  • You're a Canadian resident
  • You've reached the age of majority in your province or territory

Recommended Credit Score

Average to Excellent (670-900)

American Express AeroplanPlus Reserve Card Review

Welcome Bonus: Earn a Welcome Bonus of 50,000 Aeroplan Miles
American Express AeroplanPlus Reserve Card snapshot

This card is no longer offered by this financial institution

American Express® AeroplanPlus®* Platinum Card / American Express® AeroplanPlus®*Gold Card is no longer available as of August 26th, 2020. You can compare more American Express credit cards here



New American Express AeroplanPlus Reserve Cardmembers earn 50,000 Welcome Bonus Aeroplan Miles after spending $3,000 in the first three months of Cardmembership.

Earn Aeroplan Miles

Earn 1.25 Aeroplan Miles for every $1 in Card purchases

Plus earn 2 Aeroplan Miles for every $1 of eligible Air Canada purchases

Earn Aeroplan Miles twice when you pay with your American Express AeroplanPlus Reserve Card and provide your Aeroplan Number at over 150 Aeroplan Partner brands

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American Express AeroplanPlus Reserve Card Rewards
American Express AeroplanPlus Reserve Card Features
Priority airport services
Airport lounge access
Concierge service
Balance protection(Optional)
Purchase Security & Extended Protection Insurance
Flight delay insurance,Baggage Insurance
Vehicule rental insurance
Travel accident insurance
Travel medical insurance
American Express AeroplanPlus Reserve Card User Reviews
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Rewards/Features: 1 2 3 4 5

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Likelihood to recommend: 1 2 3 4 5

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Enjoy an annual Partner Ticket benefit for a short-haul or long-haul roundtrip Fixed Mileage Flight Reward when you redeem up to 25,000 Aeroplan Miles.


Relax before you fly with unlimited access to the Air Canada Maple Leaf Lounge where available, and Priority Pass Lounges.


Receive a $200 Annual Travel Credit that can be used towards any flights, car rentals, hotels and more charged to your Card when you book travel online or call American Express Travel Services.


From special treatment at the airport to five-star service when you land, the American Express AeroplanPlus Reserve Card goes the extra mile to make every detail of your trip more comfortable.

  • $200 Annual Travel Credit
  • Annual Partner Ticket Benefit
  • Air Canada Complimentary First Checked Baggage
  • Air Canada Priority Check-in
  • Complimentary Airport Lounge Access
  • Special Benefits at Toronto Pearson International Airport

Editor`s Review:

Outstanding premium credit card fully loaded with many travel features and benefits which will be valuable for frequent-flyers. The annual fee is high compared to other premium credit cards however worth it given the list of exclusive benefits.

If Air Canada is your all-time favourite airline, this is the credit card for you! To start, you’ll earn 50,000 Aeroplan miles when you sign up. In addition, you’ll receive a $200 gift card towards your next vacation every year. Finally, if you spend more than $6,000 on the card within your first six months of card ownership, you’ll get yet another $200 gift card with Air Canada.


After all the introductory promos end, cardholders earn 1.25 Aeroplan miles per dollar spent and, once you’ve spent $25,000 in a year, 1.5 Aeroplan miles per dollar spent. When card holders spend money with Air Canada, the earning rate is two Aeroplan Miles for every dollar spent. American Express wasn’t kidding when they said this is the card for Air Canada lovers!


Points can be redeemed on your next Air Canada flight or on any other Star Alliance partner flights. Cardholders can also use their points towards merchandise or gift cards through Air Canada, but the value is much less. Once you’ve purchased your ticket, you can travel in style with access to Priority Passes. With a Priority Pass, you can gain access to airport lounges worldwide. Cardholders also benefit from complimentary valet and parking discounts at Pearson, five complimentary checked bags annually, travel insurance, purchase insurance and priority check-in on Air Canada flights.


While all these perks are fantastic, American Express® AeroplanPlus®* Reserve cardholders must pay an annual fee of $899. That’s an expensive credit card! The annual fee is high but it’s meant to give cardholders a feeling of exclusivity. In addition, this is a charge card which means you’re required to pay the full balance every month when its due or face high interest rates. For those who prefer to carry their credit card debt month to month, this is not an ideal credit card.



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Author Bio

Mohamed Konate

Mohamed Konate is a personal finance expert, blogger, and marketing consultant based out of Toronto. He is a former financial services professional who worked for many years at major Canadian financial institutions where he managed the marketing strategy around various financial products ranging from credit cards to lines of credit. Mohamed is passionate about personal finance and holds a Bachelor in Business Administration from the University of Quebec (Montreal) and a Master in International Business from the University of Sherbrooke (Quebec).He is also the author of the Canadian Credit Card Guidebook.