Earn Double and Triple Points with Club Carlson’s Latest Promotion

Aug 2, 2016

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Traveling for work or pleasure in the next few months? Club Carlson wants to reward you with bonus points for eligible stays at all of its properties around the world, such as Country Inn & Suites and Radisson Blu hotels, through its Work Hard, Play Hard promotion. Between August 1 and October 31, 2016, you’ll earn double points if you check in Sunday through Thursday, and triple points for checking in on the weekend (Thursday and Friday in the Middle East, and Friday and Saturday everywhere else). Club Carlson will throw you an extra 1,000 points if you book your eligible stay through its mobile app.

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Earn double points during the week and triple points on the weekend with Club Carlson’s latest promotion.

To register for the promotion, simply enter your Club Carlson number or email address and specify your country of residence. If you’re not a member of Club Carlson and would like to earn bonus points on an upcoming stay, it’s easy to sign up for the program. You can also earn free nights by signing up for the Club Carlson Rewards Visa Signature card, which earns you 60,000 Bonus Gold Points — 50,000 after making your first purchase and an additional 10,000 after making $1,500 in purchases within the first three months of account opening.

Featured post courtesy of the Radisson Blu Mall of America.

 

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