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Choice Privileges is running a promotion offering up to 8,000 bonus points for completing two stays. The promotion is valid for stays where the room rate is at least $40 per night through April 26, 2019.
- You need to register prior to your first stay
- The promotion is valid for stays through April 26, 2019
- Earn up to 8,000 bonus points for two separate stays
- The promotion excludes rooms booked at a rate below $40 per night
- Bonus points should post within 72 hours of completing your second stay
One thing to keep in mind is that the points being advertised with this deal are the total points you'll earn for the two stays. In other words, if you earn 2,000 base points for your two stays, you'll get 6,000 extra points after your second stay. The wording is actually way more confusing than it needs to be.
As I understand it, if you start with zero points, two stays later, you'll have 8,000 points. Choice advertises that 8,000 points will get you a free night at more than 1,000 properties worldwide, so this deal is probably worth somewhere in the $60-80 range.
If you have a couple of one-night stays coming up, then this promotion could work out nicely. The major drawback is that there is limited time to complete your stays—six weeks may not be enough time to fit this into your plans. Like many hotel programs, Choice Privileges allows you to choose to earn other types of points instead of Choice Hotel points. For example, you can earn United, Alaska, or Southwest frequent flyer points. If you are planning on taking advantage of this promotion make sure to update your earning preferences to earn Choice points (you won't earn bonus airline miles with this promo) and remember to book a room costing more than $40 per night.
Source: One Mile At A Time
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