ReadersDigest Aeroplan – Win 150000 Aeroplan Miles Contest

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ReadersDigest.ca/aeroplan – Win 100,000 Aeroplan Miles Contest.  ReadersDigest.ca is the official website of Reader’s Digest Canada magazine. You’ll find at this address great articles but helpful tips for around the house. In the contest section of the site there is an interesting sweepstakes about winning 150000Aeroplan Miles. Aeroplan miles are easy to accumulate and Aeroplan members can redeem their points for travels and other rewards like gift card certificates and other great products. So If you’re a subscriber of Reader’s Digest magazine, now you can go to Reader Digest Canada official website for their Aeroplan reward program at www.ReadersDigest.ca/aeroplan to register and win 100,000 Aeroplan miles. You may enter the sweepstakes by following the online instructions to complete and submit your form. Sweepstakes ends – Hurry Contest close on September 30, 2010. New contest 2012 ends on September 30, 2012. See Reader Digest Magazine official website for prizes details and rules. www.ReadersDigest.ca/aeroplan…

New contest for 100,000 Aeroplan miles ends on September 30, 2012.  Good luck!  —EXPIRED—

Website entry: https://secure.readersdigest.ca




8 Responses to “ReadersDigest Aeroplan – Win 150000 Aeroplan Miles Contest”

  1. Eveln Cutruzzula says:

    Please sigh me up for your magazine subscription I would like to be apart of the magazine 8035

  2. KRIS ELLIOTT says:

    After surviving s massive stroke in 1998 and now losing my vision to diabetes i would love to take my long-suffering care-giver husband of forty years on a visit to his family’s historical ancestral home in scotland, and mine in sweden while we still have our health…**** Thank you for your kind condideration, sincewrely, Kristine (Mrs John)Elliott

  3. shirley jinkerson says:

    I could use these winnings to take my blind husband on a much needed vacation as we have not had one for years. We would like to visit our relatives up north whom we haven’t seen in years.

  4. Harold Muggli says:

    i am 73 years old to win this contest woud be a dream come true

  5. samuel hoyte says:

    I would like to win this contest

  6. Jennifer Clough says:

    To win 150000 Areoplan Miles would change my life. I am going through a nasty divorce and have received no monies in the last year and half. My husband is delaying the process in order to see me financially ruined. He is doing a very good job. I held down two jobs, but lost my main source of income in March of 2010. I am 60 years of age and cannot find a position with the same income I have made in the recent past. I hold down a full time job, but it is not ideal. As well, both my daughters are living in different parts of the world. My eldest lives in Germany and my youngest in Africa. To win this contest would give me the opportunity to visit my daughters whom I haven’t seen since last December, and won’t see for sometime unless I have the opportunity to visit them. I miss them terribly,especially during this very stressful and difficult time. To win the aeroplan miles would be a dream come true! :) Thank you.

  7. Kathleen Hall says:

    I would absolutely LOVE to WIN this contest! I would travel to England,visit Ireland & Scotland, to enjoy seeing places of my Heritage background. I would love to peruse old ruins, visit monuments, stroll down an old country lane, and drink in a Pub with the local townsfolk. I love that each country has its own history and beauty, in their own rights. I would very much like this chance to Win, and discover the Royalty and down-to-earthness that these places I would want to learn about have to offer! Normally, I don’t have the money to travel abroad, so winning the Aeroplan Flyers miles would make it possible for me!

  8. Corazon Cadice says:

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