Wednesday - Aug 15, 2018

Earn Up To 50,000 Club Carlson Gold Points With This New Promotion


Club Carlson is out with a new promotion to compete with the other big brands Hyatt, IHG, SPG etc.. You can earn up to 50,000 bonus Club Carlson gold points for eligible stays between April 18, 2016 and July 31, 2016.

 

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Here is how you can earn bonus points

  • Earn 5,000 bonus Gold Points after completing 2 Eligible Nights
  • Earn an additional 10,000 bonus Gold Points after completing 5 Eligible Nights
  • Earn another 10,000 bonus Gold Points after completing 10 Eligible Nights
  • Earn a final 25,000 bonus Gold Points after completing 15 or more Eligible Nights

The promotion gets lucrative as you spend more nights at Club Carlson.

What can you do with Club Carlson Points?

Club Carlson rewards nights start from 9,000 points and India is the home to many category 1 hotels in the Club Carlson’s portfolio..  However, their top tier hotel costs 70,000 points/night, which means this promotion is not even earning you one reward night at their top tier hotel.

Hyatt’s promotion offering 75,000 Hyatt gold passport points is more lucrative, as you can get at least 2 reward nights at their top tier hotel.

I would not mattress run just for the sake of promotion,  but if you have stays already planned at Club Carlson hotels, you should register to take advantage of the promotion.

Here are the category 1 properties in India..

 

Cat 1 Hotels

Conclusion:

You can now register for the new Club Carlson promotion and earn up to 50,000 bonus gold points. You need a total of 15 eligible nights between April 18 and July 31, 2016 to earn the 50,000 bonus points.

I would recommend staying in Club Carlson hotels just for the sake of this promotion. Club Carlson reward nights start from 9,000 points and goes all the way up to 70,000 points per night.

 

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