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Between April 1 and June 30, Priority Club is rewarding their members with up to 15,000 points. To put this in perspective, a free night at a top tier hotel is 40,000 points, so this promotion is a nice little bump, but nothing to get wildly excited about. One of the major aspects that I dislike about this promotion is that you have to guess how many nights you’ll stay during the designated period and sign up for the corresponding promo:
You can’t change your selection after you begin, so if you sign up for the 3 night, 5,000 point option and then find out you have a new 10 day business trip, there is no incentive to stay at Priority Club, because you’ve already maxed out your promotion. Whereas, with Hyatt’s promotion that begins April 1, you can earn up to 60,000 points (nearly three nights at a top tier hotel) and you can rack up points as you go – no guessing involved.
Chase Sapphire Preferred® Card
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