Posted by William Charles on January 15, 2020
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Published on January 15th, 2020 | by William Charles

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Radisson Rewards: Stay 2-15 Times & Earn 5,000-150,000 Points

The Offer

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  • Radisson Rewards is offering up to 150,000 bonus points based on how many completed stays you have by March 31st, 2020. Break down is as follows:
    • Complete two stays and earn 5,000 bonus points
    • Complete three stays and earn an additional 10,000 bonus points (15,000 total)
    • Complete five stays and earn 15,000 additional bonus points (30,000 total)
    • Complete ten stays and earn an additional 45,000 bonus points (75,000 total)
    • Complete fifteen stays and earn an additional 75,000 bonus points (150,000 total)

The Fine Print

  • To be eligible for the Promotion, you must: (i) Be a Radisson Rewards member (“Member”); (ii) Register online for the Promotion prior to checkout of the first Eligible Stay (to become an “Eligible Member”) and (iii) Complete all Eligible Stays between January 15, 2020 and March 31, 2020 (“Promotion Period”). The Promotion is available at all Radisson Collection, Radisson Blu, Radisson, Radisson RED, Park Plaza, Park Inn by Radisson, and Country Inn & Suites by Radisson hotels worldwide (collectively, “Participating Properties”).

Our Verdict

Keep in mind this does include award night stays and also cash & point stays. At best this works out to be an additional 10,000 points per stay, good but not fantastic considering that would require 15 total stays. U.S. Bank is also currently offering an increased offer of 120,000 points on the co-branded card.



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NK3
NK3

So I guess if you lived in Oklahoma, you could check in and out of the Country Inn & Suites 15 times, at 9000 points a night, and make a net 15000 points with this deal.

Chris H
Chris H

In my experience Radisson is very strict in what they consider eligible stays. Will mentions above that points or points and cash isn’t eligible. I’ve also never earned points on stays booked using Chase ultimate rewards portal. (Radisson considers this as booked through a travel agent.)

Heyser
Heyser

T&C specifically has the words “ Stays paid for by redeeming Points or Points + Cash are eligible to earn toward the Promotion bonus. Stays and Nights booked using an ineligible booking source such as an Online Travel Agent (sometimes referred to as “OTA”) are not eligible.”

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