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Your Air Miles points are safe; Company cancels points expiry policy plan

canoe.ca Thursday, 1 December 2016 ()
Your Air Miles points are safe; Company cancels points expiry policy planThe Air Miles loyalty points program says it is cancelling plans to implement an expiry policy and collectors won't lose their miles at the end of this year.
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Air Miles has cancelled plans to implement a policy that would see collectors’ loyalty points expire.

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