TORONTO — Air Miles is raising some of the recent daily limits imposed on redeeming points for in-store purchases from retailers.
The customer loyalty program sent notices during the weekend that says the new daily limit on Air Miles Cash redemptions, in most cases, has been raised to $100.
Air Miles has set a different limit for in-store redemptions at Shell — capped at $60 per transaction.
The new limits, effective Monday, are up from a $50 limit set in April.
In-store redemptions of Air Miles Cash points were stopped in March due to the discovery that some stolen cash miles had been used to make purchases.
Some Air Miles collectors expressed frustration with the $50 limit, which was down from $750 prior to the suspension.
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