6,000 Accor Hotels Bonus Points For 3 Stays This Fall 6,000 Accor Hotels Bonus Points For 3 Stays This Fall

6,000 Accor Hotels Bonus Points For 3 Stays This Fall

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Accor Hotels has announced a promotion where you will receive up to 6,000 point bonus for completing three stays. Accor points have a fixed value, and you can redeem them against your stays. Redeeming 2,000 points gives you a €40/~$46.5 discount off your bill. The promotion is valid for stays through January 14, 2019; however, bookings for the promotion must be made prior to October 7, 2018.


Key Terms

  • Bookings must be made by October 7, 2018
  • Promotion is valid for stays from September 18, 2018, through January 14, 2019
  • For this promotion, a stay is a minimum of 2 nights
  • Stays must be booked via the official AccorHotels websites, the AccorHotels mobile apps, the AccorHotels call center, or directly at a hotel
  • Earn up to 6,000 bonus points for 3 stays
  • Paying with points for part of your stays renders it ineligible as one of your 3 stays

The promotion is tiered with an incrementally larger bonus for every stay. The bonuses are tiered as follows:

  • Receive 500 points after completing your first stay
  • Receive 2,500 points after completing your second stay
  • Receive 3,000 points after completing your third stay

If you complete the promotion with three two-night stays, you would be effectively earning €20/~$23 worth of points per night. Accor has plenty of cheaper properties around the world namely in the Ibis and Ibis Styles brand that will set you back $50 to $70 per night. $23 return on a $70 night is a 32.8% return, not bad.

Our Take

Accor is an international hotel group with over 3,400 properties worldwide; however, its footprint in the US is pretty small with only 40 properties, while Canada has 13 properties, and Mexico 25. Taking advantage of the promotion in the US may be difficult, but if you have a European trip planned, then this promotion can make a lot of sense.

Source: Loyalty Traveler

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  • Same thing every year! I believe Accor has got one of the most unimaginative marketing departments in the industry. I absolutely hate their one month booking window as I can’t plan my travel that far ahead. Gonna give it a miss this time round again.

  • This is not bad – 120eur of redemption value (equivalent to 25-30k points in most other programs) for 6 paid nights.

  • Adam Whitehurst says:

    This is a decent bonus from Accor which is one of the better hotel rewards programs. This will help me achieve higher status level quicker and earn extra nights.

  • It is too bad that I will not have 3 stays lined up.

  • Very nice promo, indeed. Though I have 2 stays and must now to think about third…

  • Solid return, just keep in mind that the rebate credit I think can’t be used sometimes with the cheapest rates.

  • Not all hotels owned by Accor are participants.

  • 6000 points can get you 120 euros of booking credit. It means you get about 1 or 2 nights back for free at the cheapest properties with the promotion.

  • ron_vaughn@hotmail.com says:

    Accor owns Motel 6, but that is not a participating brand.

  • Lots of Ibis and Novotel hotels here in France where I live, and I use them quite a bit for business – nice, clean, good value hotels. Unfortunately for me it’s usually just a one night stay, so the two night requirement will make it difficult to profit from this promotion 🙁

  • Can be a nice rebate, as you say. But hard to find excess value when points are simply a cash equivalent.