2,000 + 1,000 Priority Club Points & 4,500 Club Carlson Points

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1.   2,000 Free Priority Club Hotel Points.   Via Heels First, you can get:

The terms say that you have to sign-up by May 31, 2012. 

Priority Club often has hotels in their Points Break list which cost only 5,000 points a night.

2.   1,000 Free Priority Club Hotel Points.  Via The Traveler’s Loophole, you can get 1,000 Priority Club points for signing up for text messages & registering a Visa credit card by May 31, 2012.I wrote about this last year when they were offering only 500 points.  You have to be a new enrollee to qualify for the 1,000 points, so you may not get the points if you already enrolled last year.

You can get an extra 5,000 points if you stay at a Priority Club hotel by July 31, 2012 and pay with the same Visa card with which you registered.

3.   2,000 Free Club Carlson Hotel Points.  Via The Points Guy, you can earn 4,500 Club Carlson hotel points if you sign up for an account and use promotion code ERWD2012.

Update:  You can get 2,000 Free Points when you sign up for an account and use promotion code NSB2K12 (thanks, InfamousDX).

This offer is for new members only and you must enroll by May 31, 2012.  Club Carlson will soon have a promotion where you can likely earn 44,000 to 50,000 points if you stay for 1 night at ANY Raddison or Country Inn & Suites hotel.

Free nights start at 9,000 points, so it doesn’t hurt to sign-up for the free 4,500 points even if you don’t plan on taking part in their upcoming promotion.

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