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In honor of Radisson’s 50th anniversary, the chain has been giving away one free night at any Radisson Hotel once a day for 50 days in its “50 Years, 50 Days, 50 Rooms” campaign – and today, I’m giving away that free room right here on The Points Guy.

Except, it’s not just one free night in any Radisson or Radisson Blu Hotel in North America – I was also offered three additional free nights give away to my readers as well!  So I am giving away a total of four individual free night vouchers to four lucky TPG readers.

Each voucher is valid for a free night in a standard room at double occupancy in the North American Radisson Blu or Radisson of your choice. The vouchers will expire one year after their issue date and the full terms will be located on the vouchers themselves.

To find out more about the contest you can “like” Radisson’s Facebook page, where you can also learn fun facts like how Carlson acquired its first Radisson hotel in downtown Minneapolis in 1962 and has now grown to over 400 properties globally with plans for a total of 600 by 2015.

Since my site is all about loyalty programs, I want you to tell me something you like about Club Carlson – whether it’s a specific redemption, an aspect of the overall program, something about their new line of credit cards, or any lesser known benefits that people might not be aware of that you really like. That way, we can all learn something new from each other.

There are four different ways you can enter, and you can enter once via each method. All you need to do is tell me what you like about the Club Carlson program (even if it is just your favorite property and how many points it takes to redeem there).

1. Leave a comment on this post.

2. Twitter: Follow me on Twitter and send me a Tweet (remember to use .@thepointsguy so that everyone can see our conversation) with your entry and use hashtag #RadFreeNightTPG.

3. Facebook: Like my Facebook page and leave a comment on the wall.

4. Instagram: I love using Instagram to share my stories, photos and points insights, so be sure to follow me on it and share your own with insight with me. Just be sure you include @thepointsguy so I see your photo and message and use hashtag #RadFreeNightTPG..

You can enter now through 11:59pm ET on Wednesday, December 13, 2012, and I’ll pick winners at random to announce on Friday, December 15, 2012. Just be sure that when you comment, Tweet, Facebook or Instagram that there is a way the TPG team can get in touch with you to notify you that you have won.

I can’t wait to see what you all come up with, so enter now, and good luck!

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