You could win a trip for two to Caerula Mar Club thanks to the Royal Bank of Canada & Corus’ #Avioning Contest.

You must be a legal resident of Canada and legally able to travel to the Bahamas . The contest does not require any purchase and runs from January 29 to April 19, 2020.

Participants are limited to 1 entry per email address per 24-our period. The prize consists of:

  • Round-trip airfare in Economy class to the Bahamas from a major Canadian airport to the winner and guest;
  • Round-trip shuttle from airport to the resort;
  • Hotel accommodation at the Caerula Mar Club;
  • All-inclusive dining & beverage plan;
  • 1 travel excursion;
  • $500 of spending money to the winner.

Take a chance and participate today.
To know more about the contest’s T&Cs please refer here.

The RBC Avion card is gaining popularity with Canadian travel hackers as they can transfer RBC Rewards points to other airlines frequent flyers programs such as:

  • British Airways Executive Club Avios miles;
  • AAdvantage miles;
  • Cathay Pacific’s Asia Miles

Some great rewards can be earned and booked. With the bonus offers to BAEC Avios miles, members will book their rewards faster.

I personally booked British Airways European flights (LHR-PIS), but also with oneworld partners such as my Qatar Airways DOH-ZRH Business Class flight.