Do Choice Privileges Points Expire?

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Yes. If you have no activity on your account for 18 months, Choice Privileges points expire. Per the Choice Privileges website, qualifying activity resets the expiration clock on your points for a further 18 months. The points are lost on the first day of the month at 00:00 PT 18 months after your points have posted. For example, with no subsequent activity, points posted on January 5, 2017, will expire August 1, 2018.

Be sure to track your Choice Privileges Points with AwardWallet.

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Qualifying Activity

Non-Qualifying Activity

The following activities do not count towards resetting your points expiration date:

  • Gifting points – only the person receiving the points qualifies for a reset of points expiration
  • Registering for a promotion
  • Non-point eligible stays
Do Choice Privileges Points Expire?
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