Daily Roundup – 5,000 points for Priority Club hotel room & $25 GAP gift card for 1,250 Membership Rewards points

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Daily Roundup – 5,000 points for Priority Club hotel room & $25 GAP gift card for 1,250 Membership Rewards points

Million Mile SecretsDaily Roundup – 5,000 points for Priority Club hotel room & $25 GAP gift card for 1,250 Membership Rewards pointsMillion Mile Secrets Team

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1.   5,000 points for a Priority Club room.  The Priority Club PointsBreaks list is one of the best deals for hotel nights.

Up to March 31, 2012, you can book a room in any hotel on the list  for only 5,000 Priority Club points.  This is a great use of Priority Club points, and I’ve got a few weekend stays in mind.

Remember, that you can usually book a stay and cancel later on and still get your points back!

The PointsBreaks list is a great compliment to my Southwest Companion pass and I’m looking forward to the Spring and Summer PointsBreaks list.

(Hat Tip to Lucky!)

2.  $25 GAP gift card for 1,250 Membership Reward Points.  I wouldn’t redeem my points for gift cards (at least not yet!), but this could be a good deal for some you.  You’re effectively getting a 2 cents per point value and can use these cards at GAP, Banana Republic, and Old Navy.

(Hat Tip to Mommy Points!)

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Hi Darius,

I thought your reader would like my story. I started reading your post back in the summer and appplied for the Citibank Advantage Card that had the 75k miles offer. My six months where up this January and after calling Citi aboutthree times to make sure that I did not miss the 4,000 spending mark and getting the wrong answer from the reps I missed the offer by $297. I call and spoke to one rep and a supervisor yesterday with no luck(they said nope you missed the mark and no miles). I called back today determined to start letters and emails going there way. I was transfered to this very nice young man in Kentucky named Ray. He added back the offer(I do have to spend the 4,000 in 6 months again but added 20,000 miles after $250 spent in 3 months and gave me 5,000 extra for all my troubles for a total of 100,000 miles. Moral of my story is DON’T trust CC company to give you the right information. TRACK your own spending…….

MY KIDS WILL HAVE A VACATION THIS YEAR!

So to anyone out there having any trouble with CC companies, do not give up. Hopefully you will find somemore Rays out there.