Radisson Promotion: 2,500 Bonus Points & Up to 30% Discount on Advance Bookings Radisson Promotion: 2,500 Bonus Points & Up to 30% Discount on Advance Bookings

Radisson Promotion: 2,500 Bonus Points & Up to 30% Discount on Advance Bookings

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After a bit of a gap, Radisson Rewards is finally releasing some new promotions. The newest Radisson promotion offers members a 30% discount and 2,500 bonus points per stay on advance bookings before September 12, 2023. Plus, members can also earn 3,000 bonus points after downloading the app and making their first booking.

Remember that this only applies to hotels outside the Americas, as the final merger between Choice Privileges and Radisson Rewards Americas happened on July 18, 2023.

[Booking Closed] Up to 30% Off and 2,500 Bonus Points on Advance Bookings

Radisson Rewards 30 Off Promotion

A new Radisson Rewards promotion is giving members 30% off when they book a stay at least a few weeks in the future. Stays can be booked before September 12, 2023, but the bigger discount is before August 31, 2023. Valid stay dates are between October 30, 2023 and March 15, 2024.

Radisson Rewards members have a chance to book during the “presale” period until August 31, 2023. Thereafter, members and non-members alike can advance book stays between September 1 and September 12, 2023. During this sale period, non-members will get a 10% discount, and members can get up to a 25% discount.

Radisson Rewards members also receive 2,500 bonus points on each stay booked with this promotion.

Terms and conditions

  • Radisson Rewards members can book stays before August 31, 2023, to receive a 30% discount.
  • Between September 1 and September 12, 2023, non-members can book stays with a 10% discount and members get up to a 25% discount.
  • All eligible stays with this promotion must be completed between October 30, 2023 and March 15, 2024.
  • Radisson Rewards members will receive 2,500 bonus points on all eligible stays completed.
  • Only stays booked at the retail rate of participating hotels are eligible.
  • Members receive bonus points within 60 days of completing eligible stays.

3,000 Bonus Points with the Radisson Rewards App

Radisson Rewards App Promotion

Here's a simple promotion available to Radisson Rewards members:

  • First, you'll need to download the app. Use these links to get the app from the App Store or Google Play.
  • Then, make a booking of two or more consecutive nights at any participating Radisson property worldwide.
  • Receive 3,000 bonus points.

Terms and conditions

  • This promotion can only be claimed once.
  • Award nights and points + cash nights are not eligible. Nights booked through an Online Travel Agent or third-party booking websites such as Expedia or Booking.com are ineligible.
  • This promotion can be booked in conjunction with other promotions.

[Booking Closed] 2,000 Bonus Points at New Hotels

Radisson Rewards members can earn 2,000 bonus points when staying two or more nights at new properties in Europe, Africa, Asia, and the South Pacific. Book your stay before June 30, 2023 and complete it before June 30, 2024. Read our separate article about this Radisson new hotels promotion.

Our Take

A 30% discount could save you a decent bit of money on stays outside the Americas. On the other hand, Radisson Rewards massively devaluated its rewards last year. AwardWallet users previously redeemed Radisson points at 0.43¢, but the new pricing scheme means you'll redeem them for around 0.15–0.28 cents each. That makes 2,500 Radisson points worth $3.75 – $7. So the discount side of the promotion is a far more appealing aspect than the bonus points.

Are you a Radisson Rewards member? Do you have stays you can book with this promotion?

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  • Radisson is a great deal always

  • Radisson is a big deal always

  • I’m still pretty ticked off at Radisson/US Bank for ending the Radisson Rewards Credit Cards. Just a letter in the mail saying the partnership has ended and we’re now stuck with an apparently useless US Bank card that earns something called Go Points at a bad rate. I’m trying to decide if it is worth keeping open bc I’ve had a while and don’t want to hurt credit score but will really be ticked at paying any kind of fee to keep it. I’ve got about 450k in Radisson Rewards and when they’re gone, I don’t see me staying with them going forward.

  • fernando pojaghi says:

    Interesting. I wonder if it would ever become a permanent earning option.

  • Tempting… and most of the good properties are overseas. Decisions…

  • What happened to the AA (miles) bonus?

    • We have a post coming soon to explain what’s happened. But unfortunately, AA forced AwardWallet to stop tracking AAdvantage accounts. And unfortunately, that prevents us from continuing to award 5 AAdvantage miles for comments.

  • Pauline Isabella Fitzgerald says:

    Very tempting but cant easily get to the best properties yet.

  • This is why Radisson is one of my favourite hotel brands

  • Too bad the promotions aren’t supposed to stack.

  • Radisson often has great offers, but they don’t have many properties in New England and I’m sticking close to home right now. If I knew I’d travel to Europe in 2022, I’d jump on this offer to use in Ireland.

  • These offers might be a lot more tempting if Radisson hadn’t split their program in two….most of Radisson’s best properties are overseas.

  • What’s everyone’s experience with Radisson now? I haven’t used them in over a decade to be honest.

  • Bill from Maine says:

    This is a pretty good promotion. The only problem is I’m about 325 miles form the nearest property.

  • Remember the good ole days of the Club Carlson credit card BOGO bonus? Seems like a distant memory. Still some decent value in Scandinavia, particularly, but not a lot in the Americas program.

  • Free ngiht after two nights is awesome!

  • Too many promotions at the same time!

    Maybe I will choose the 2-night stay promotion. It is the only one which works for me.

  • Wow…55x is a huge bonus! Gotta start planning for the spring!

  • For those that prefer airline miles, the United MileagePlus X app has been offering 25x on Radisson stays in the US only.

  • I hope some of these amazing promotions continue when the pandemic is under control. I think many employers will be slow to put their people back on the road. They’ve saved millions (maybe billions) from the travel reductions for the last year.

  • Radisson does not really have a lot of luxury hotels that are aspirational. They also have a small footprint so I agree that one should not go out of the way to book a stay with them.

  • Too bad most of thier properties, even the questionable ones go for 38,000 points or more per night.

  • Another offer which could be good but ask a quick reaction.
    Personally during this pandemic situation with regular changes on the requirements for access countries it’s like doing a bet and hoping to win.

  • Haven’t stayed at a Raddison since the 90s. Not sure I ever will again haha and didn’t know they still existed!

  • This is one loyalty program that take into account the present circumstances. The airline loyalty programs pulled their partnership with other retailers. More power to them.

  • Radisson is really great when you get to travel in Europe again.

  • I just signed up for the promotion. I will also have to remember to use the app to book. The problem with that is that it is more difficult to get the extra points booking through a portal when you use the app. Not impossible, but more difficult.

  • i am just waiting on vaccine really to get injected in me so then i can take advantage of these deal

  • I certainly miss the days of the free night on award stays offered by their co-branded credit card, but it’s still a valuable program, especially for European travel.

  • Actually, stays CAN be changed thru Jan. 20! “• Any adjustments to Eligible Stays made [b]after the Booking Period[/b] will be ineligible to earn the discount/rebate.”

  • I will not be taking advantage of this offer. The only time I stay at Radisson hotels traveling through Europe. I most likely will not travel to Europe this year.

  • Always hard to find a Radisson thats beat the orher major brands on quality and price.

  • Very good option that makes you think. I am aware of app promotions although I only use it for buying tickets. For instance, Omio search engine always have better options if you book through the app rather than doing it on the website.

  • Woow that good data, I didn´t know Radisson Rewards

  • In addition to the Promotion Bonus earned for Eligible Stays consumed during the Promotion Period, an Eligible Member will earn the standard 20 points issued per U.S. Dollar spent and their Tier bonus.

  • I tend not to use the app for Radisson bookings.
    I should remember to use the app next time for the points.

  • Its interesting how often there are bonuses for using an app rather than the website. I was under the impression more web traffic for travel was done with apps but perhaps the ncentives are necessary to drive more traffic to them.

  • Well, Radisson is jus like Nordic Choice. Whether it is useful or not depends on where you live.

    • Totally agree on that. We at AwardWallet have quite a diverse audience though, so we try to cover a variety of these promotions.

      • Radisson is great for European travel. I’ve had great stays in Riga, Warsaw, Stockholm, Bucharest and other continental cities. US has been more of a mixed bag. Heck, I even got bedbugs at a Queens property. Ugh!

        • Ugh indeed! Hopefully you didn’t end up bringing them back home! And yes, totally agreed that Radisson is a mixed bag.

  • Redeeming at the few cat 1 hotels basically gives a free night. Note you need to stay at cat 2 or higher to earn this promo, but there are some really cheap hotels.

  • I’ve gut feeling that we’ll see very lucrative promotions in the coming months – at the moment hotels are forced to fight for every customer

  • Too bad you need to stay 2 nights to get the 3k bonus

  • Matt Gorton says:

    A good use of Radisson points is the newish Radisson Hotel New York Times Square, which is on 8th Avenue.

  • Is this also compatible with the 5K per night ?

  • Radisson’s program is underrated in my opinion. There are some very good deals to be found at some very good properties.

  • Not a bad deal!

  • This post comes at a very good time for me. I just found out that I am supposed to go to a meeting where the recommended hotel is a Radisson. I may as well optimize the points I will earn in this program. Thanks for the guidance.