Earn 60,000 Bonus Choice Points and Get Up to 40% Off at AMResorts

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Choice Privileges is back with its promotion offering 60,000 bonus points and up to 40% off at AMResorts in select hotels in Mexico, Central America, and the Caribbean. That's enough points for a week of free nights at select Choice hotels!

To qualify for this offer, your stay must be before December 22, 2021, and you must book before August 2, 2021.

AMResorts 60,000 Bonus Choice Points Promotion Details

There are three aspects to this Choice AMResorts promotion:

  1. Earn 60,000 bonus Choice Privileges points.
  2. Get up to 40% off your stay.
  3. Receive $200 in resort coupons.

This isn't the first time Choice has offered this kind of deal when staying at AMResorts. Just a few months ago, you could earn 50,000 bonus points plus $200 in resort coupons when staying at an AMResorts property.

But this promotion is even better. Instead of 50,000 points, you'll now earn 60,000 bonus points. Plus, you still get $200 in reward coupons. In addition, you'll also get up to 40% off your stay — as long as you spend at least $500 to qualify for the bonus.

Terms and Conditions

  • No registration required for this offer. Just select the “Hot Hot Hot” deal option.

Choice booking example at AMResorts

  • Book a stay at one of the participating AMResorts before August 2, 2021:

AMResort Locations

  • This promotion is valid at Zoetry Wellness & Spa Resorts, Secrets Resorts & Spas, Breathless Resorts & Spas, Dreams Resorts & Spas, Now Resorts and Spas, or Sunscape Resorts and Spas property.
  • Your stay must complete before December 22, 2021.
  • Additionally, kids stay free (valid at family-friendly properties only) from August 15, 2021, until December 22, 2021 — excluding November 23-27, 2021.
  • Bonus points will post to your account within 6 weeks of completing your stay.
  • Visit the website for additional terms and conditions.

Our Take

I'm personally not a big one for all-inclusive resorts, but that's probably just because I'm not a big drinker and I prefer to make my travel dollar stretch a bit further. That said, I can attest that the all-inclusive resorts in Cancun are quite busy right now. So, there should definitely be some readers ready and willing to take advantage of this offer.

To get the 60,000 bonus points, you will need to book a stay costing at least $500. But once you do, the rewards really start to add up. In addition to the bonus points and the $200 in resort coupons, you can also earn base points as a Choice Privilege member, plus your points for travel purchases with the right credit card — such as earning 3X points on the Chase Sapphire Reserve®.

If you're in a position to take advantage of this offer, you could rack up some serious bonus points.

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  • Sebastian ER Morita says:

    for what are the $200 resort coupons? SPA services, Extra activities, etc?

  • The promotion probably aims to lure the regulars back soon.

  • When will the coupons be issued?

    Can the coupons be redeemed during the stay?

  • I’m not a big fan of all-inclusive resorts but some of these are smaller than the ones I’ve visited in the past. It is certainly an option if this is something you might do anyway, Especially if you are working on gathering a big stash of Choice points to use on a future visit to Scandinavia.

  • I took advantage of an earlier promotion and spent three days at the Panama resort. It was a nice getaway during the pandemic. Mask usage and cleanliness were de rigeur and they provided testing to return to the US. Ubers to the city we’re quite cheap, so I wasn’t stuck at the resort all day. But since the resort was well under capacity, it was pretty relaxing on the grounds. I don’t think I’d want to stay there, however, when it was packed. I got the stay points immediately after returning and the bonus points a little while later. Be safe and enjoy.