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Hotel Reward Program Sign-Up

To accumulate hotel points for free or cheap hotel rooms, you need hotel reward accounts.  This lets you earn hotel points in your name.

Here are links to sign-up for Hotel Loyalty Reward Programs:

Jump To:  Best Western  |  Choice Hotels  |  Club Carlson  |  Hilton  |  Hyatt  |  Marriott  | IHG  |  Starwood  |  Wyndham  |

Hotel Reward ProgramsHotels IncludedSign-Up Links
Best Western

Join Best Western
Choice Hotels
Join Choice Hotels
Club Carlson
Join Club Carlson
Join Hilton
Join Hyatt
Join Marriott
Join IHG
Join Starwood
Join Wyndham

This isn’t a comprehensive list of ALL hotel loyalty programs.  Instead, it is a list of hotel loyalty programs which offer the best ways to earn and redeem points and miles.

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If I'm signing up for a credit card for me and my wife for a hotel rewards program, can I sign up my wife under my hotel rewards number so I can compile the rewards under one account?

I'm new to this, and I understand that bonuses are sometimes offered for signing up for these programs. How do I access those bonuses? Thank you, and I really appreciate your blog!

Love your blog! Had a quick question that is confusing me:

I see that you have airline/hotel reward programs. Are these different than earning credit card points? How so?

Let's say I booked a Hilton hotel through the Hilton reward program, with my Chase Sapphire card - would I be earning double points by "double dipping", earning points with the Hilton reward program AND earning points on my Chase Sapphire card?

My understanding is that with reward/loyalty programs, you're earning points by actually staying/flying with that company. With credit cards, you're earning points by spending money/signup bonuses.

Is that correct? Thanks so much!

Does the Starwood Preferred Guest credit card bonus ever go above 25,000 points?

Or is the reduced spending amount to get the points the best deal for this card?



Although I do not know if the Starwood goes over the 25K bonus points, I DO know that you can transfer the Starwood point to Marriott at a 1:3 ratio so 25K points will be 75K points at Marriott. Have done this myself.

Is it better to sign up now or wait for an award offer linked to one of the hotel chains?

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