Priority Club Double Points or Miles Promo 2011: May 16-Aug 15

May 6, 2011

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From May 16 – August 15, you can earn double points or miles on all Priority Club hotels (Intercontinental, Holiday Inn, Crowne Plaza, Hotel Indigo, Staybridge and Candlewood Suites). While this isn’t the most revolutionary promotion of all time, PC points can add up when you stack them with all of their other promos, like their 15k spring promotion. It can be a bit dizzying at times to figure out all eligible promos for each one of your stays, but like all things miles and points, it can pay off if you take the time to educate yourself on how the system works.
“From May 16 through August 15, 2011, earn Double Points or Double Miles on every qualifying stay, starting on your 2nd stay. Stay at Staybridge Suites® or Candlewood Suites® and you’ll start earning double on your 1st qualifying stay. Now, go discover all the world has to offer and earn while you’re there.”

Click here for a master list of Priority Club promos and check the Flyertalk forum frequently for updated information.

For my upcoming hotel stays I am focusing on Starwood (for the stay 3, get 1 resort night free promo) and Hyatt (for the 10k promo). However, later this summer I am going to become a Priority Club junkie because a super-generous TPG reader gave me a nomination to their Royal Ambassador status, which is one of the most unique elite status levels out there. Don’t worry – I will blog all about my experience and give tips on how I maximize Priority Club points, so stay tuned for that series.

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