Four Seasons To Become an American Express Membership Rewards Redemption Choice

Mar 18, 2011

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I got my 2011 Membership Rewards catalog in the mail recently and I noticed that Four Seasons is going to be a new redemption partner. The catalog didn’t highlight the redemption rates, but merely said, “Free room nights starting from 40,000 points.”

I’m not jumping for joy over this because hotel redemptions are generally pretty bad when using Amex Membership Rewards points. However, I do love Four Seasons,  so I’ll be keeping my eyes peeled for any special promotions – my hopes aren’t too high.

I’d actually be much more excited if Four Seasons announced they are starting a frequent guest points program, much like rival Ritz Carlton did in 2010!

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