Oct122012

Radisson 25% sale ends tonight

Radisson Hotels has a 3-day sale at 53 hotels in the USA and Canada ending tonight at 11:59pm Central Time Zone, Friday, October 12; about 9 hours from this post. The stay must be booked today and completed by October 31 for a 25% hotel rate savings.

I booked a cheap $66 rate (based on $88 regular rate) in San Jose to earn the Radisson free night promotion limited to 50,000 registrants. Even the free night registration link appears to still be available at the moment to get in on the free night deal as one of the first 50,000 to sign up.

The best feature of today’s sale is the rate I booked has flexible day before arrival penalty-free cancellation with no prepayment necessary.

Radisson has frequent sales and this 3-day sale is limited to just 53 hotels.

Still, it worked out well for me on a cheap stay in California with a bonus rebate of one free night at any Radisson in USA or Canada or Caribbean by December 31, 2013.

I am sure my $75 after tax rate for the Radisson in October will be rewarded nicely when I redeem the free night over the next 14 months.

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Radisson 3-Day 25% off Sale ends tonight.

Related Post: Radisson 1-for-1 Free Night limited to 50,000 registrants October 1-December 31, 2012

Ric Garrido, writer and owner of Loyalty Traveler, shares news and views on hotels, hotel loyalty programs and vacation destinations for frequent guests. You can follow Loyalty Traveler on Twitter and Facebook and RSS feed.

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Comments

  1. Is it possible to take advantage of this deal without physically staying at the hotel? Have a trip to NYC planned for Dec and the free night would come in handy!

  2. @Tom – I am sure it is possible. Hotels where I have stayed this past year always ask for ID.

    A no-show will frequently not earn points even if they do keep your money for the booking.

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