Posted by William Charles on September 30, 2019
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Published on September 30th, 2019 | by William Charles

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[DoC Exclusive] Free One Year Club 1 Hotels Membership & Up To 10% Off Bookings

The Offer

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  • Club 1 Hotels has agreed to give Doctor of Credit readers a one year ClubONE Rewards membership for free (no credit card required). In addition you can use promo code DOC10 for 10% off on hotel, car rental and activity bookings and promo code DOC5 for 5% off cruise bookings.

Our Verdict

Membership comes with the following benefits:

  • 24/hour concierge service
  • Last room availability in most cases
  • No blackout dates
  • Guaranteed Savings on every booking made a minimum 5 days prior to arrival. If you find a better rate for the same hotel, room type and rate type (refundable or non-refundable), we want to beat that rate by:
    • $10 per night guaranteed savings at 3-star hotels up to $20
    • $15 per night guaranteed savings at 4-star hotels up to $45
    • $20 per night guaranteed savings at 5-star hotels up to $60 or up to $100 on reservations $900 or more

    *Reservations within 5 days of arrival are excluded from our Best Rate Guarantee Policy. Best Rate Guarantee cannot be used with any other promotional offer including booking credits and discounted gift cards. Please view all Terms and Conditions for our Best Rate Guarantee here.

  • Booking credits up to $500 for your first hotel, car rental or cruise booking!
  • $30 LuggageFree gift card
  • 12% off ground transportation with Carey International

As always it’s important to make sure you price compare to other online travel agencies to ensure you’re getting a good deal. They do have a best rate guarantee, but that is based on the list price of competing sites and doesn’t include things like stacking discounts with Hotels.com.



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PJ
PJ

Where can I find info on the $500 booking credit? I can’t see that when going through to checkout.

Vy
Vy

I remember signing up for this a year ago and have since never used it.

Chucks
Chucks

Thanks man.

blank check
blank check

Me too. It’s completely worthless and now they have our private info.

Mike L
Mike L

The 4 airline miles per dollar was not honored last year. They made several excuses as to why they never credited the miles (mostly blaming United), but it’s still frustrating. I’m owed about 4,000 miles, but I’ve given up at this point in hoping that they will ever be credited.

Fathiss
Fathiss

Sounds like there owned by Topcashback!

Juno
Juno

Question I have is that, is Club 1 Hotels considered OTA? (i.e. will I get my elite benefits and night credits and points?)

TheMechE
TheMechE

Signed up for this last year, never found anything that interesting after checking it a few times.

Ry
Ry

Booking credits up to $500 for your first hotel, car rental or cruise booking!

Does this mean we can book up to $500 for free on our first booking?

Vy
Vy

Heck no. The discounts are tiered by total transaction amount:

​​​​​​​$25 credit on bookings of $250 or more
$50 credit on bookings of $500 or more
$100 credit on bookings of $1,000 or more
$300 credit on bookings of $3,000 or more
$500 credit on bookings of $5,000 or more

LAG
LAG

Contrary to the other posts, I will say that I signed up last year and have found some value in the price/availability on the site. I will say it’s very situational though and I found cheaper prices for most others elsewhere, so I just consider it one more option during research before booking something.

the_shek
the_shek

Using this would keep you from getting ENCs for status though no?

GLi
GLi

I don’t see why I need to use it. I would rather use Expedia for booking hotels.

Jon
Jon

This sounds interesting: “Booking credits up to $500 for your first hotel, car rental or cruise booking!”

Anyone have any details on how this works?

Vy
Vy

If you spend $500, you only get a $50 discount.
You’d have to spend $5,000 to get the $500 discount.

So…really not worth it IMO unless you were planning on spending $5k+ to begin with.

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