Today’s Daily Getaway: Save on Choice Hotel Points!

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Today’s Daily Getaway: Save on Choice Hotel Points!

Million Mile SecretsToday’s Daily Getaway: Save on Choice Hotel Points!Million Mile Secrets Team

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Today, April 4, 2016, at 1:00 pm Eastern Time, Daily Getaways is offering discounts on Choice hotel points!

Depending on the package and how you redeem the points, you can save 50% or more on Choice hotel stays!  Here’s my full review of the deal.

And folks who are working towards earning the Southwest Companion Pass might consider this deal as a cheap way to earn Southwest points.  Because transferring Choice points to Southwest counts for the Companion Pass!

Don’t forget, these offers usually sell out very quickly!  So set a reminder if you want to get in on the deal!

Today's Daily Getaway Save On Choice Hotel Points
Choice Hotels Can Be Good for Families, or If You Travel to Smaller Towns and Cities Where There Are Often Lots of Choice Hotel Options

Let’s look at what you get with today’s Daily Getaway!

Discounted Choice Hotel Points

Link:   Daily Getaways Travel Deals

Link:   Daily Getaways Choice Hotels Deals

Link:   My Review of the Daily Getaways Choice Hotel Deal

Daily Getaways is a 5-week long promotion offered each year by the US Travel AssociationEach day, there’s a different deal for discounts on travel, like hotel points, vacation packages, and theme park tickets.

With today’s deals, you can buy:

You can redeem your points for stays at any Choice hotel.  These include Ascend CollectionCambria SuitesClarion, Comfort InnComfort SuitesEconoLodgeMainStay SuitesQuality InnRodeway InnSleep Inn, and Suburban brand hotels.

Paid nights at many Choice hotels are usually inexpensive.  But this could be a good deal for folks who use their points at more expensive hotels, or for travel to Europe where Choice hotel nights are pricey but cost a reasonable amount of points.

Remember, you’ll need a a Choice Privileges account.  If you don’t already have one, it’s free to join.

If you need extra points to earn the Southwest Companion Pass, you can transfer Choice Hotel points to Southwest.  You’ll get 1,800 Southwest points for every 6,000 Choice Hotel points you transfer.

Check out my full review of this deal!  And let me know how you like to use Choice hotel points!

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