New Radisson Rewards promotion offering 3000 points per night

Radisson Hotels‘ Radisson Rewards just launched their latest promotion for stays through the summer, and perhaps it would be a good idea for you to sign up for it.

Get up to 120,000 bonus Radisson Hotel Rewards points

Radisson Rewards, earlier Club Carlson, is offering registered members 3000 bonus points per night, starting with their second stay, for stays between May 27 and August 31, 2019. You could earn a total of 120,000 points, which is the maximum if you stayed a total of 41 nights at Radisson Hotels. You need to register for the promotion before your first stay, which you can do so here.

Radisson Rewards Promotion

Points earned are over and above the 20 points per dollar, you can receive during the stay anyways. Only revenue rates count, and reservations booked with points, certificates, and those booked with a combination of points and cash are not eligible for this promotion. Stays booked before the start of the promotion qualify for participation as well, as long as the stay is during the eligible period.

Here are the Radisson hotels brands which are participating in the promotion.

For reference, Radisson has over 70 hotels in India, in places where other chains have not gone in imaginatively, such as Ambala and Ranchi.

Points earned can be redeemed as per the chart below.

 

Bottomline

The current Radisson Rewards promotion is a very good one from the perspective of Radisson Rewards and offers about INR 600 worth of value from an Indian perspective. Register right away, even if you don’t have any plans to stay at the moment. Your link to register is right here.

What do you think of the global promotion from Radisson Hotel Rewards for 2019? Do share your views. 

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