Today Only: Save Money on Club Carlson Hotel Points

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Today Only: Save Money on Club Carlson Hotel Points

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Today only at 1:00 pm Eastern Time, you can buy Club Carlson points at a discount through Daily Getaways.

Through April 24, 2015, a new travel deal will be available every weekday at 1:00 pm Eastern Time.  But many of these deals sell out fast!

Today Only Save Money On Club Carlson Points
You Can Buy Discounted Club Carlson Points Today to Stay at Club Carlson Hotels Like The May Fair

Daily Getaways is a promotion sponsored by the US Travel Association offering discounts on hotels like HiltonAlamo car rental certificates, and attractions like Universal Studios Hollywood.

Here’s today’s deal.

Deal for March 25, 2015 – Buy Discounted Club Carlson Points

Link:   Daily Getaways Calendar

Link:   Buy Club Carlson points at a discount

Link:   My review of this week’s deals

You can buy discounted Club Carlson points if you’re quick!  But there are only 150 deals available.

You can purchase:

  • 50,000 Club Carlson points for $225 (0.45 cents per point)
  • 100,000 Club Carlson points for $450 (0.45 cents per point)

Club Carlson normally sells points for 0.7 cents each (sign-in required), so buying through this deal saves you ~35%.

Club Carlson hotels include:

You can also transfer Club Carlson points to certain airlines at a 10:1 ratio (sign-in required) but it’s not a good redemption.  Instead you should use your points for award stays.

If you have the Club Carlson Premier card purchasing Club Carlson points could be worth it because you get your last night free when you book award stays of 2 consecutive nights or more.

So you could buy the 50,000 Club Carlson points Daily Getaways deal for $225 and stay 2 nights at the Radisson Aruba Resort, Casino and Spa as a Club Carlson cardholder.

The same 2-night stay costs ~$481.  So you’d save ~$256 purchasing 50,000 Club Carlson points ($481 cash price – $225 cost of 50,000 Club Carlson points through the Daily Getaway).

If you don’t have the Club Carlson Premier card, you’d save ~$31 buying 100,000 Club Carlson points for $450.

Today Only Save Money On Club Carlson Points
Club Carlson Cardholders Save More Than Half When Buying 50,000 Club Carlson Points for $225

But you should check prices at the Club Carlson hotels you want to stay at before you buy this deal.

Bottom Line

You can buy discounted Club Carlson points for 0.45 cents each through Daily Getaways at 1:00 pm Eastern Time today.

Normally Club Carlson sells points for 0.7 cents each (sign-in required).  But you should act fast because there are only 150 of these deals!  Last year, these sold out in minutes!

Purchasing Club Carlson points can be a great deal for folks with the Club Carlson Premier card.  That’s because cardholders get the last night free for award stays of at least 2 consecutive nights.

Sometimes buying points can be cheaper than paying cash for the room you want.  But you should check rates to see if you’re better off buying the Club Carlson points or paying cash.

You can see my review of Thursday’s and Friday’s Daily Getaways deals here.

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We were just at the Aruba Radisson which is in the process of being sold. We were told they will honor reservations made before the sale is finalized. I have read that they did not honor those at the South Pacific location in Tahiti and people were given little warning and left high and dry. The management and our experience at the Aruba site was phenomenal and I would bet they would honor them. As far as points, we were able to get the 50,000 a night rooms which were in the Curacao and Bonaire buildings and not in the main Aruba building. Many patrons who were staying during our time, heard about the sale and were jumping on the reservations to get another stay in. If no 50,000 rooms are left it’s because of that. The 75,000 points are for the Aruba location and higher floors and may just be what’s left for your choice of dates.

Thanks for the tip and heads up! Finally got in on one of these deals!!! Seems like I am always in the checkout phase when I am told it’s no longer available. We’ve managed to milk Club Carlson points in Croatia, Germany, Iceland and UK in the last year alone thanks to the 2-for-1 deal, and look forward to many more stays with the points we just bought.

As soon as it hits 1PM ET, the deals went on hold for other buyers while they are completing their orders. How come? It’s a total of 150 deals – and I ain’t got none!! 🙁

Got mine, but they went quick

The Raddisson in Aruba, I have been checking on this resort for a couple of weeks and when I go to book

it says it will be 75,000 points a night in June. I have checked on different months and it says the same.

I did read on their site 50,000 points a night to book, but it is not so when you go to book.

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