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Choice is currently offering a Book. Spin. Win. promotion. Through the game, you can obtain a spin for bonus points by either booking and completing a qualifying stay with checkin by Feb. 15 using the Choice app, or by using a no-purchase-necessary method. The promotion ends on Feb. 15 or when the prizes have been depleted. You can only spin once during the promotion.

Choice will award up to 69,900,000 Choice Privileges points during the promotion, which TPG’s latest valuations peg at being worth $419,400. The points will be awarded as follows:

  • 3,000 points: up to 2,000 players (1%)
  • 2,000 points: up to 5,000 players (3%)
  • 1,000 points: up to 10,000 players (6%)
  • 500 points: up to 15,000 players (9%)
  • 400 points: up to 25,000 players (15%)
  • 300 points: up to 48,000 players (29%)
  • 200 points: up to 60,000 players (36%)

The most you’ll possibly win is 3,000 points, which are worth $18 based on TPG’s latest valuations. So, it’s definitely not worth going out of your way to stay at a Choice property just to satisfy this promotion. But if you’re going to stay at a Choice property, make sure to book using Choice’s secret site to get 1,000 extra points.

However, the terms and conditions of the promotion also allow entry without booking a stay or downloading the app. To do so, visit this site to complete and submit the promotion registration form.

After submitting the form you’ll get to spin the wheel.

I got 500 Choice points, which are worth $3 based on TPG’s latest valuations.

Although the return may be relatively limited, it doesn’t take long to fill out the form. So, you might as well collect a few additional Choice points. Earning these points could help you extend the expiration date on your points or top-up your balance for a New Year’s Eve award night.

H/T: FrequentMiler

Featured image of the La Posada Lodge & Casitas, an Ascend Hotel Collection Member courtesy of Choice Hotels.

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