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Priority Club 3,000 Next Stay Bonus + Other PC Bonuses

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Priority Club recently sent a welcome back promotion to Elite members who haven’t stayed in their properties for a while. The promotion offers 3,000 bonus points for a stay within the next 90 days.

I received this promotion since I haven’t stayed with Priority Club in over seven months. The last time I stayed in a Priority Club hotel was our stay at the InterContinental Bora Bora Thalasso Resort & Spa.

Last year I was a Royal Ambassador. This year I have been downgraded to a Platinum Ambassador. I don’t expect to keep my Priority Club status very much longer. The main reason I don’t stay with them any longer is I have realized there is no loyalty benefit received on award stays. Their reasoning is that you get the award stay for free. Well, I don’t see it that way. I’ve since taken my business elsewhere unless I absolutely must stay at a Priority Club hotel. I’ll continue to keep an eye on them in case they change their loyalty program policy for benefits on an award stay.

3,000 Bonus Point Elite Member Next Stay Promotion

  • Earn 3,000 bonus points if you stay once in the next 90 days at any of the hotels in the Priority Club Rewards family of brands
  • Must have points earning preference selected
  • Must pay a qualifying rate
  • Promotion is valid for original recipient only (although a large proportion of their promotion codes will work for most readers)
  • Make sure this promotion does not disqualify you for a better next stay promotion

How To Register

Other Priority Club Promotions

In addition the usual travel forum websites (MP, FT), priorityclub insider does a decent job of keeping readers up to date on the latest promotions. If I have an upcoming stay at a Priority Club hotel, I check the usual suspects to make sure I’m signed up for all available promotion codes. This way, I’ll ensure I earn the maximum amount of points for a Priority Club hotel stay.

Bottom Line

This promotion is an easy way to earn 3,000 bonus points if you stay at Priority Club and qualify for the promotion.

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{ 7 comments… add one }

  • Colleen February 14, 2012, 6:23 pm

    Thanks – it “took”!

  • Stephan February 14, 2012, 7:05 pm

    yes it works

  • Vivek February 14, 2012, 7:20 pm

    worked for me. thanks :)

  • Chris February 14, 2012, 11:35 pm

    Worked for me as well too. Thanks!

  • Corey February 14, 2012, 11:45 pm

    great success, and just in time, have a 5 night stay at a Holiday Inn next week. It will be my first PC stay, hopefully the points credit even though it is an elite bonus.

  • Jonathan February 16, 2012, 5:24 pm

    This worked for me — and I have it working in conjunction with a 5,000 point bonus for 4 nights, and as Platinum Elite, get a 50% bonus on the stay itself. Honeymoon isn’t far off and it all adds up!

  • The Weekly Flyer February 16, 2012, 5:41 pm

    Colleen, Stephan, Vivek, Chris, Corey, Jon – So glad it worked across the board for everyone.

    That is at least 18k points that would not have otherwise been earned.

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