One of the great things about Priority Club Rewards is that they usually have ongoing stackable promotions where members can rack up thousands of bonus points with just a few stays.
Here’s a quick roundup of some of the ones out there. Several of them say they are for new members, elite members or those who have just had a membership anniversary, but I was able to register for eight of them by simply going to the promotion pages and entering the correct promo code numbers, including both 3,000-point offers and the two 5,000-point bonus offers. Now I just have to complete the stays to see if the bonus points actually end up in my account.
When you register, log into your account and then you can check whether you were enrolled in each promo by clicking on My Offer Status under the Offers tab at the top of the page.
In the meantime, though, here are the offers out there at the moment:
5,000 points: When you stay 2 consecutive weekend nights before December 31, 2012. Register with promo code 3136.
5,000 points: For Platinum members (though I was able to register anyway) when you stay five times before December 31, 2012.
3,000 points: Elite Member bonus on your next stay within 90 days of registering with promo code 1228. If that one doesn’t work, try 7489.
3,000 points: New Member bonus on your next stay within 90 days of registering with promo code 7974.
1,500 points: When you complete a stay within 90 days of registering with promo code 2120.
1,500 points: When you complete a stay within 90 days of registering with promo code 5109.
1,000 points: Anniversary bonus when you complete a stay within the next 90 days. Register with promo code 6102.
1,000 points: When you complete a stay within the next 60 days. Register with promo code 8108. Note: this is one of the ones that would not register me, but please comment below if you have success with it.
1,000 points: For elite members who complete a stay within 90 days of registering with promo code.
As I mentioned, I was only able to register for 8 out of 9 of these (the one with promo code 2120 would not register me). In one case, it wouldn’t let me register using my Priority Club-designated email address and I had to use my actual membership number instead, but then it worked, so you might as well do that each time.
Has anyone else registered for any/all of these? Were you able to stack them and score all 22,000 points? Please comment below.
Hat tip: New Girl in the Air.
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