3 Tips About Transferring Club Carlson Hotel Points
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Club Carlson has run very generous promotions over the past year where you could earn 50,000 points or more for a single Club Carlson stay! Emily and I took advantage of these promotions and also had our family participate.
However, we have Club Carlson points across many accounts so I wanted to consolidate all our points so that it is easier to track and use our Club Carlson points.
How to Transfer Club Carlson Points
All you have to do is call Club Carlson, 888-288-8889, in the US and ask them to transfer the points from one account to another account.
You will be asked to confirm the account number and name of the person to whom you want to transfer points to.
It took me less than 5 minutes to transfer points from my mother’s account to my account
1. Transfers are Free
You do NOT pay a transfer fee to transfer points from one Club Carlson account to another Club Carlson account.
Some hotels such as Hilton do charge a transfer fee to transfer points from one account to another account. These are usually a poor value.
For example, Hilton charges 0.25 cents to transfer 1 Hilton point to anyone else’s account.
2. Transfer Points to Anyone
You can transfer Club Carlson points to anyone. Unlike Starwood hotel points which you can transfer only to persons staying at the same address, you can transfer Club Carlson points to anyone.
The person to whom you transfer points can have a different last name or a different address and you can still transfer points to that person.
3. Transfers are Immediate
My points posted immediately after calling Club Carlson to transfer the points between account, and I used the transferred points to make an award booking.
It is nice to be able to transfer Club Carlson points between accounts without being charged a fee!
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