News You Can Use: 1,000 United Points, Marriott Silver status, 20% Discount on Starwood Points, 50 Aeroplan Miles & Buying Club Carlson Points
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1. 1,000 United Points. Points to Points B writes that you can earn 1,000 United miles for downloading their shopping toolbar and completing one search with it.
2. Free Marriott Silver Elite Status. View from the Wing writes about how to earn Marriott Silver elite status for free.
3. 20% Discount on Starwood Hotel Points. Loyalty Traveler explains whether or not you should buy Starwood hotel points at a 20% discount. Starwood is selling points for 2.8 cents per point up to November 30, 2012.
4. 50 Aeroplan Miles. Free Frequent Flyer Miles reports that you can earn 50 Aeroplan miles if you register your Costco and Aeroplan (frequent flyer program of Air Canada) number online.
5. Club Carlson Points Sale. MileValue explains how to take advantage of the Club Carlson hotel points sale. Cash and Points stays are eligible for the Radisson “Stay One Night. Get One Night” promotion which I wrote about earlier, so it could makes sense to buy a few points to use to book a room.
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