Blitz Deal: Choice Privileges Fall 2014 Promotion 1 Free Night Per 2 Stays
Don’t miss out on Choice Hotels’ Choice Privileges Fall 2014 Promotion running from now through November 12:
After every 2 stays between September 4 and November 12, 2014, at Choice Hotels (Comfort Inn, Comfort Suites, Quality Inn, Sleep Inn, Clarion, Cambria Hotel & Suites, Mainstay Suites, Suburban Extended Stay Hotel, Econo Lodge, Rodeway Inn and Ascend Hotel Collection), you will earn up to 8,000 points (which is enough for a free night at some of their properties).
Basically, this promotion will give you between 5,000 and 8,000 points for every 2 stays so that your account is “topped off” up to a total of 8,000 points, allowing you to hit the free night mark.
How to Get It
- Head to the ChoiceHotels.com promotion page: Choice Privileges “Two Trips, One Night Free!”
- Register with your Choice Privileges member number before your first trip and before November 12
- Book your stays, keeping in mind that a “stay” at the following hotels must be a minimum of 2 nights: Econo Lodge, Rodeway Inn, Suburban Extended Stay Hotel or MainStay Suites. All other properties follow the traditional 1 night = 1 stay policy
- Check your account within 72 hours of your 2nd stay to verify the points have posted
- Full terms and conditions can be found here.
- You can’t hoard points for too long: “Choice Privileges points expire on December 31, two years after the year in which they were deposited into your account.”
- Make sure to understand their definition of a trip: “As a member, you must complete ‘two separate qualifying trips.’ ‘Trip’ = 1+ consecutive nights at Comfort Inn®, Comfort Suites®, Quality®, Sleep Inn®, Clarion®, Cambria Suites® or Ascend Hotel Collection® hotels. ‘Trip’ = 2+ consecutive nights at Econo Lodge®, Rodeway Inn®, Suburban Extended Stay Hotel®, or MainStay Suites® hotels. NOTE: Even if a member checks-in or checks-out, consecutive nights at one hotel only count as one trip, not two.”
BOTTOM LINE: If staying at Choice Hotels is your thing, then there’s no reason not to sign up for this promo. Personally, I don’t think I’ll get going out of my way to take advantage of this deal, but it might make sense for some.