Looking for more Club Carlson points? Via Reddit, there’s a new no-annual-fee Club Carlson Rewards card with a 30,000 Club Carlson point sign-up bonus after meeting minimum spending requirements.
The card bonus is being marketed as good for “up to 3 free award nights.”
It’s true the bonus is enough for 3 free nights at a Club Carlson Category 1 hotel of 9,000 Club Carlson points per night. But it’s NOT enough for an award night at nicer Category 4 or higher Club Carlson hotels.
The Sign-Up Bonus From the No-Annual-Fee Club Carlson Rewards Card Is Worth 3 Free Nights at a Category 1 Club Carlson Hotel, Like the Country Inn & Suites in Tulsa, Oklahoma
So is the new Club Carlson Rewards card worth it? I’ll share the details of the card, and help you decide whether getting it makes sense for you.
We don’t earn a commission on any of the Club Carlson cards, but we’ll always tell you about new deals that might interest you!
Via One Mile at a Time, Club Carlson is offering a 75% bonus on purchased miles through October 30, 2016.
This could be a good deal, especially if you have a particular Club Carlson stay planned. But is it worth it otherwise? I’ll help you decide.
Is It Worth It? Get a 75% Bonus When You Buy Club Carlson Points With Their Latest Promotion.
Here are the details of the promotion. And how to figure out whether it’s a good deal for you.
Via Frequent Miler, you can earn a 25% bonus when you transfer hotel points to United Airlines through November 30, 2016.
In most cases, this is not a great deal because of the unfavorable transfer ratios. But it’s a terrific deal if you book a Marriott Hotel + Air package, especially if you first transfer Starwood points to Marriott.
This promotion can also be a way to convert excess hotel points that you wouldn’t otherwise use.
For a Limited Time, Earn Up to 20,000 Bonus United Airlines Miles When You Convert Hotel Points
I’ll explain more about this deal!
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Welcome to the next installment of our Reader Success Series where Million Mile Secrets Readers share how they booked a trip with miles & points to get Big Travel with Small Money!
Jason is our newest reader success story to show folks it’s possible to travel without spending a lot of money.
Jason and His Family at Makena Beach in Maui
A big thank you to Jason for sharing his family’s story!
Please introduce yourself to everyone and tell us how long you’ve been involved in the miles & points hobby.
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Here’s another flash deal to save money on paid hotel bookings!
Today only, October 11, 2016, you can save $50 off a $200+ Expedia hotel booking. The deal is similar to the Travelocity promotion I wrote about earlier today.
To get the deal, book by 11:59 pm Pacific Time tonight for travel between October 11, 2016, and January 31, 2017.
Like the Travelocity offer, most major chains are excluded.
You Can Save $50 Off a $200+ Expedia Booking at Hotels Like the Best Western Gregory Hotel in Brooklyn
I’ll share the details and important restrictions!
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