Radisson’s Treasure Island: A new way to earn and use points on the Las Vegas Strip

Dec 11, 2019

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There are a number of ways to earn and use hotel points in Las Vegas — Hyatt points at M life resorts, Wyndham points at Caesars resorts, IHG points at the Venetian and Palazzo, Hilton points at the Waldorf Astoria, Marriott points at the Cosmopolitan and the list goes on. Now you can earn and use Radisson Rewards points at Treasure Island, according to reporting by Angelina Travels,

This 3,000-room hotel, now known as Treasure Island — TI Hotel & Casino, a Radisson Hotel, is Radisson’s first property on the Strip. Treasure Island’s immersive pirate theme and shows of the 1990s are no more, but there’s still a long-running Cirque du Soleil show (Mystère) and a newer Marvel Avengers exhibit within the hotel and casino.

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(Photo courtesy of Treasure Island Hotel and Casino Resort)
(Photo courtesy of Treasure Island Hotel and Casino Resort)

Standard cash room rates at Treasure Island often range from $40 to $200 per night, plus a $39 resort fee. Notably, the property is one of the few on the Strip that does not currently charge a parking fee. However, if you stay on Radisson Rewards points it will cost you 44,000 Radisson points per night and you still have to pay the $39 resort fee. That won’t always be a good deal when paid rates are low, but it is a new option for those sitting on Radisson points and for peak Vegas dates when hotel rates soar.

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Radisson had gone through a bit of a slump in recent years as far as U.S. properties are concerned, but that could change with this new hotel in Las Vegas, the opening of the new Radisson Hotel New York Times Square set for December 19 and the future opening of the Radisson Blu Anaheim near Disneyland.

Featured image courtesy of Treasure Island.

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