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The latest Radisson Rewards promotion has been launched and you can potentially earn up to 120,000 bonus points – if you stay a lot at Radisson brands like Radisson Blu, Park Plaza and Park Inn.
The Radisson Rewards promotion runs until 31st March 2019 this time, and the details are as follows:
Let your travel take you farther in 2019 — Earn up to 120,000 bonus points on all eligible nights including Free Award Night redemption stays. Book now and stay by March 31, 2019 to earn more bonus points to redeem for future stays, gift cards, prepaid cards, airline miles and more.
Stay 1 Night: Earn 1,000 Bonus Points
Stay 1 additional Night: Earn 2,000 additional Bonus Points (totalling 3,000 Bonus Points)
Stay 3 additional Nights: Earn 7,000 additional Bonus Points (totalling 10,000 Bonus Points)
Stay 5 additional Nights: Earn 40,000 additional Bonus Points (totalling 50,000 Bonus Points)
Stay 10 additional Nights: Earn 70,000 additional Bonus Points (totalling 120,000 Bonus Points)
The more nights you stay, the more bonus points you’ll earn, so book soon. This offer is available at all Radisson Collection, Radisson Blu®, Radisson®, Radisson RED, Park Plaza®, Park Inn® by Radisson and Country Inn & Suites® by Radisson hotels worldwide.
Note that you need to register here.
At the top end, you would be earning 6,000 bonus points per night, if you stayed exactly 20 nights, which isn’t bad actually. 20 nights between now and the end of March is a lot though, so 10 nights might be more achievable – for which you would earn an average of 5,000 bonus points per night.
Perhaps the most interesting element of this promo is that award (and points+cash) stays count towards the target, so if you could find a nice low category hotel to spend a bit of time at, you would end up getting a very significant points rebate.
Not a bad promotion if you were going to be staying with Radisson anyway, but not enough to get me to consider swapping existing bookings with other chains.
What do you think?