First Quarter Club Carlson Promotion: Earn Triple Club Carlson Points

| Updated: January 20, 2013
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For the next three months, every dollar spent at a Club Carlson hotel will earn an extra 40 Gold Points on top of the 20 base points that would normally be earned as a member (that’s 60 points per dollar.) The points just keep coming in…for whatever is spent on room service will earn triple points too.

To earn triple points simply register your Club Carlson account before booking a reservation at a participating Club Carlson hotel–Radisson, Radisson Blu, Country Inn & Suites, Park Inn and Park Plaza. Reservations and stay must be completed by March 15 in order to get the triple points offer.

Normally a room at a Club Carlson hotel could cost anywhere from $100 to $500 a night, so at the very least 6,000 points per night will be earned.

Double Dip: A 30% off promotion is being offered for a stay of at least two consecutive nights at Club Carlson hotels in Asia, Pacific Island or Australia. In order to enjoy both deals (30% discount and triple points) reservations must be made by February 17 and has to be completed by March 15 as well. The discount is offered in participating Club Carlson hotels in Australia, India, China, Fiji, Philippines, Thailand, Brunei, Tahiti, Nepal, Bangladesh and Japan.

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-Well Traveled Mile

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