Reminder: Book Club Carlson Hotels Today to Save Points

Reminder:  Book Club Carlson Hotels Today to Save Points

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Today is the last day to make Club Carlson hotel bookings before it costs more points for the same hotel room.

From tomorrow, March 15, 2014, many of Club Carlson’s hotels will cost more points per night.  Check out the full list of hotels that cost more or less points to see if this impacts your travel plans.

Reminder Book Club Carlson Hotels Today To Save Points
The Mayfair in London Will Cost 20,000 More Points per Night!

Club Carlson hotels include Country Inns and SuitesRadissonRadisson BluPark Inn by Radisson,  and Park Plaza.

Club Carlson has created a new category for 70,000 points per night at their top hotels (it used to be 50,000 points per night).  Some elite status members will earn less bonus points, and you’ll only earn the online booking bonus during promotions (it used to be all the time!)

And Club Carlson has their Stay 3 Nights, Get 1 Free promotion until April 13, 2014.  You can earn 38,000 points for a 3-night stay, which is enough for a room in a category 1 to 4 hotel.

Reminder Book Club Carlson Hotels Today To Save Points
There Are Still Good Club Carlson Promotions!

Club Carlson hasn’t changed my favorite perks on the US Bank Club Carlson Premier Visa card either.  You still get free Gold Elite status (but you’ll only get a 35% bonus instead of a 50% bonus like before) and a free night on award bookings of 2 nights or more.

Bottom Line

Today is the last day to book Club Carlson hotels for fewer points.  Starting March 15, 2014, more than half of their hotels will cost more points for award bookings.

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Looks like several Radissons went up to 75,000 points per night from 50,000 (Aruba and St. Martin for example). Did Radisson pull a fast one?

Thanks for the heads-up Dariaus. Got my oldest and his wife tickets to Paris on miles and they both just got approved for the Hyatt Visa, hoping to get the Park Hyatt Paris Vendome in November. But I had ClubCarlson points that have just been sitting there and that I considered my backup for them if there were problems with availability for the PH.

Just reserved four nights at the Radisson Blu Champs Elysee - and I would NOT have had enough points after tomorrow. Still expect we'll be cancelling this reservation but feels better knowing they have something. Again, thanks.

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@misty - I believe you will pay the higher rate then.

@Steven S - It always helps to have back-ups just in case something happens. Here's wishing you lots of award rooms at the Park Hyatt in November.

Good info.. thanks!

What happens if you book --and need to change dates or.... a cancel booking as you need to rebook in another city?