Earn Up to 6,000 Bonus Le Club AccorHotels Rewards Points

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Le Club AccorHotels is offering up to 6,000 bonus Rewards points after just three stays completed at participating properties worldwide by April 9, 2017.

The bonus points are in addition to the usual points you’d typically earn for a stay.

Here’s the breakdown on how many points you’ll receive with this promotion:

â— After one stay, you’ll get 500 Rewards points
â— After two stays, you’ll get 2,500 more Rewards points
â— After three stays = 3,000 more Rewards points

The maximum you can earn under this promo is 6,000 Rewards points after three stays. According to the T&C of the promotion, the Le Club AccorHotels Rewards points will be credited to your account within 10 days after completing the stay.

Registration opens on January 23, 2017 so bookmark this page or the promo page so you can return when it opens.

To register, click on this link to go to the offer page.

Click on “Connect” in the upper right of the screen.

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Log in, and register before February 12, 2017.

Stays must be booked before February 12, 2017 and stays completed by April 9, 2017.

Note that registration opens on January 23, 2017 and stays qualifying for the promo cannot be booked until January 23, 2017 as well. The bookings for all stays under this promo must be done between the window of January 23, 2017 and February 12, 2017. You must also book through official Le Club AccorHotels channels such as their website, phone number or a travel agent, so third party sites such as Expedia don’t count. Stays booked using points also won’t be eligible for earning the bonus points.

(H/T: Loyalty Lobby)

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