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Fairmont Hotels offer some brilliant luxury properties around the world, that command a premium price for stays, so anything that can bring the costs down is a welcome bonus. Fairmont recently announced that they are offering a 20% bonus on the purchase of gift cards. This offer presents great value and as such is very limited; the offer will be running for 3 hours only—from 13:00 to 16:00 EST today, Friday, November 25th. Fairmont usually runs these limited offers twice a year, the last ones being in April of this year and in November 2015.
Fairmont confirmed the details via its Facebook page; users will be able to purchase gift cards only once during the allotted time, for a maximum purchase of $5,000 which would yield a $1,000 bonus.
The gift cards can be denominated in any values from a minimum of $25 up to a maximum of $2,000, so it may be worthwhile for you to purchase cards in smaller denominations, to give yourself the most flexible options. You have the option to have the cards either in plastic or electronic format. You can use either USD or CAD to denominate the cards, although if used in hotels billed in another currency, the exchange rate may not be favorable. To purchase the cards, just head over to the Fairmont website; you don’t have to be a registered user or member—it’s open to anyone.
One great bonus when purchasing Fairmont gift cards is that they can be used for other purposes than just hotel stays. The cards can be redeemed at restaurants and spa purchases. Crucially, the cards also don’t expire. If you regularly use Fairmont properties or have travel plans to destinations with a Fairmont property, then this offer makes perfect sense for them to grab a bargain.
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