Get the Third Night Free at Select SPG Properties in Asia and Australia

Jan 15, 2016

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Update: Some offers mentioned below are no longer available. View the current offers here: Citi Prestige Card

If you’re traveling to the Asia Pacific region soon, Starwood might be your best bet for accommodations. MasterCard and SPG are teaming up to reward guests with a third night free at participating properties, provided you pay with a MasterCard and book by February 14.

Get an extra night free with SPG.
Get an extra night free with SPG.

The promotion includes hotels and resorts in destinations like Australia, Japan, Thailand and more. The free night is only available at select properties (see the complete list here), and your stay must be completed by April 3. To participate in the promotion, you’ll need to book with the promo code M3C for hotels with room only (not including breakfast), or use the code M3B for hotels offering breakfast included.

You could get your third night free at the W Hong Kong.
You could get your third night free at the W Hong Kong.

Based on the promotion description, it sounds like you might also be able to take advantage of the Citi Prestige’s 4th Night Free benefit in conjunction with this SPG offer to get four nights for the price of two. Regardless, if you’ll be in the region or are thinking of planning a trip, this is a fantastic opportunity to save some money on accommodations, while also enjoying some of the brand’s best properties.

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