Priority Club Announces New Promotion: 3,000 Points Every Third Night

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Just got this new promo from Priority Club:

“From February 1 through April 30, 2011, earn 3,000 bonus points for every 3rd qualifying night you stay at any of our hotels worldwide, up to 30,000 points. With no blackout dates and points that never expire, this is an offer you’ll want in on.

The world is waiting. Are you in?”

Not too bad, but not amazing. I’m not about to change my stay habits because of it, but you Priority Club members can scoop up some extra points.

Now the lone hold-out is Hyatt, whose Facebook page mentioned a March/April promo. Guess, we’ll just have to wait and see. 2011 isn’t starting out to be a great year for hotel bonuses.

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