30,000 Bonus Points for 4 Night Ritz-Carlton Stay

by on July 12, 2011 · 11 comments

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I haven’t stayed at a Ritz-Carlton for a while, but I have been a member of their frequent guest program since it started. I haven’t paid too much attention, because there haven’t been any stellar, but this new one caught my attention: “Stay 4 or more consecutive nights between July 18 and September 9, 2011, at a participating Ritz-Carlton hotel and receive 30,000 Ritz-Carlton Rewards bonus points that will enhance your future stays. To qualify, please register for this offer between July 7 and August 15, 2011.”

Registation link.

Hat tip Loyalty Traveler!

Q: If I am a Ritz-Carlton Rewards member do I need to register for the promotion?
A: Yes, all Ritz-Carlton Rewards members must register for the promotion by August 15, 2011, in order to qualify for the promotion.
Q: What is a qualified stay?
A: Qualified stays are those made between July 18, 2011 and September 9, 2011, at a participating Ritz- Carlton property. Nights spent while redeeming an award are not eligible for credit. A stay is defined as consecutive nights spent at the same hotel, regardless of check-in/check-out activity.
Q: If I check in before July 18, 2011 or check out after September 9, 2011, do I still earn credit for that stay?
A: As long as one (1) eligible night occurs during the eligibility earning window (July 18, 2011 – September 9, 2011), a member would earn credit for that stay toward the promotion.
Q: If I am in two rooms at the same time with my family, do both those rooms count toward my bonus stays if I am paying for them both? A: No, only one room per hotel is counted toward a member’s nights or stays during the promotion.
Q: Is there a limit to the number of bonus points I can earn?
A: Members are only eligible to earn a total maximum of 30,000 bonus points during this promotion.
Q: When will the Ritz-Carlton Rewards bonus points appear in my account?
A: The Ritz-Carlton Rewards bonus points will be posted to your account along with the base points earned after your qualifying stay of 4 or more nights.
Q: Do qualifying stays/nights made prior to my registration count toward the promotion?
A: Yes, as long as you register prior to the registration deadline of August 15, 2011 and your previous stays are between July 18, 2011 and September 9, 2011

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  • BaliHai is calling

    if only my company paid for the Ritz Carlton, I’d be golden!

  • RakSiam

    what are 30K of their points worth? Four nights at one of their properties would probably set you back a pretty penny, no?

  • JetAway

    I wonder how many people stay at a RC on a regular basis? My sense is that those who favor luxury hotels tend to spread the wealth around, so to speak–a stay at RC, then over to a 4Seasons & then maybe the Penn in HK, etc. A “loyalty program” seems out of place for hotels at this level. I wonder if this program is really taking off?

  • Ed

    I agree with RakSiam. A little analysis is needed…

  • Sean

    Ok. Maybe a dumb question, but is there a way to get in on this if I am just a Marriott Rewards member?

  • Dxu1975

    RC in hk is 70,000 points a night. Not even half a night with this promo. Computer says….no.

  • Anonymous

    Yea- I don’t recommend running out and spending 4 nights in a Ritz Carlton to get these promo points. However, if you have a stay booked already, this is a no brainer and can get you several free nights in lower tier Marriotts

  • Anonymous

    Technically no

  • Anonymous

    This isn’t a promo worthy of splurging on a random 4 night Ritz stay- but if you have something planned, like a work conference, its a nice cherry on top. FYI these points can be used for Marriott stays as well

  • Anonymous

    A lot of companies have really good negotiated rates. Unfortunately isnt one of them! ;-)

  • Dave

    Any idea how long it should take for these points to post?

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