Get the Most for your Miles in Las Vegas

Las Vegas is one of those world wonders that everyone must go see at least once in their lifetime.  There is so much to see and do, it truly is the city that never sleeps. 

What most Aeroplan Members aren’t aware of is that you are able to redeem your miles for more than just a flight to Las Vegas, you can practically redeem your Aeroplan Miles for the entire trip!
We wanted to share with you some redemption ideas that can help you get more out of your Las Vegas Vacation!


Flying to Las Vegas from almost any Canadian destination with your Aeroplan Miles will cost you 25,000 miles in economy and 50,000 miles in business class round-trip. Start your vacation on the right foot and treat yourself to a Maple Leaf Lounge Pass at the Airport.  You can redeem your Aeroplan Miles for a one time pass. You’ll enjoy the benefits of a comfortable waiting area, bar service and light snacks.


Now that you’ve booked your flight and hotel, it’s time to take advantage of what Las Vegas is famous for, tours and shows! Aeroplan Members can redeem for almost every Cirque du Soleil show in Las Vegas by way of an electronic gift card. Members can redeem their miles for Cirque tickets for all 7 shows virtually any time! Need help choosing the right show? When we visited Las Vegas, we saw “O” at the Bellagio and it was fantastic. Love the Beatles music? Then “The Beatles LOVE” show is definitely the one for you! When we asked our members on Twitter which show they loved the best, “O”, KA and “LOVE” were all favourites, so you can’t go wrong with either of them!

Looking for a little more adventure?

As an Aeroplan Member you’re also able to redeem for top notch land and air tours as well! These truly unique experiences  will take you to new heights, literally! Like the Las Vegas Strip Day or Night Helicopter Tour, or travel off the strip and take in the sights of the Grand Canyon with the Grand Canyon heli tour.  You will not be disappointed with these breath taking views!

No vacation in Las Vegas is complete without at least one 5-star dinner experience, and there is definitely no shortage of those in Las Vegas.  Treat yourself to one of many amazing restaurants on the strip with an American Express Gift Card at either the $50 denomination , $100 denomination or $250 denomination!

There are so many experiences that you’re able to redeem for an Aeroplan Member with your miles! Have you ever redeemed for any of these experiences in Las Vegas? Tell us about it!

8 Responses to “Get the Most for your Miles in Las Vegas”

  1. Tyler March 2, 2015 at 11:51 pm #

    I want to stay at the MGM can I use my miles for a room

  2. Judy Darvell January 19, 2014 at 11:33 am #

    Do aeroplan miles cover air canada vacations (flight and hotel) or just the flight?

    • Aeroplan February 10, 2014 at 4:10 pm #

      Hi Judy,
      You can redeem your Aeroplan miles for an Air Canada Vacations trip. You can call Air Canada Vacations for more information on the trip you wish to book. You can also use your miles for hotel and car rentals on under “Use Your Miles” and then “Travel.”
      Hope that helps,

  3. Lando January 10, 2014 at 4:00 pm #

    We’ve narrowed down timing to go to Vegas to one month. Is there anyway to search for 3 nights in a month for the best value in a price range? That would cut down my research time significantly. That’s what i was hoping this article was going to help me with.

    • Aeroplan January 15, 2014 at 1:57 pm #

      Hi Lando,
      You can always call our Contact Center for assistance with planning your trip to Las Vegas; an agent would be more than happy to help. The number is 800-361-5373.

  4. NancyMaria October 31, 2013 at 6:42 am #

    Las Vegas will best tour in life.

  5. Flaver December 13, 2012 at 2:25 pm #

    Believe it or not, you can stay on the strip in several maerdote level hotels under $100 a night Sunday through Thursday if you shop around on line. I suggest, if you are looking for one that you consider Bills Gambling’ Hall and Saloon. The rooms are reasonably priced and are newly furbished. If you check around you can find whatever you want in Vegas as far as a hotel goes. If you are flexible in your time and avoid weekends, certain holidays, and convention dates you can stay in MGM or NY NY type hotel well under $100 a night. If you increase your price to $150 you can stay in some really nice rooms, and even find Suites available at that price. If you decide to stay in a cheaper hotel the Strip has rooms from $35 up. Just off the strip are Hotels like the Station Group Hotels and Orleans. Then there is Freemont where the older but nice hotels in Traditional Vegas are.

  6. jonathan November 25, 2012 at 12:44 pm #

    this is a real dissapointment that you no longer offer gift cards for future shop.