Drury Hotels Gold Key Club 125,000 points Facebook Sweepstakes

Enter the Drury Hotels Facebook Sweepstakes by Friday October 22, 11pm CDT for a chance to win 125,000 Gold Key Club points.

Simply enroll in Drury Gold Key Club and you earn 1,000 enrollment bonus points. Then go to Facebook.

http://www.Facebook.com/DruryHotels and “Like” the Drury Hotels page. 

Fill out the sweepstakes form on the Facebook page and you will have a chance to win.

This is a short promotion period of just a little over 100 hours so I’d say that makes odds of winning rather good. 

125,000 points is sufficient for 15 free nights at the lowest category hotels or about 3 to 4 free nights at upper category properties.

What are Drury Hotels?

You may be asking yourself – I did.  I was unfamiliar with Drury Hotels when I saw in August the Drury Hotels chain was the only 5-circle ranked hotel chain in the 2010 J.D. Power Overall Guest Satisfaction Index for the Midscale Limited Service Hotels market segment.

Drury Hotels are based out of St. Louis, Missouri. There are around 120 hotels, mostly in the Midwest and southern states. No hotels in California or Pacific Northwest, no hotels in the northeast U.S., and nothing in Florida.

Here is a Drury Hotels property list link.

But if you find yourself in a location and see Drury Hotel then you know you have a popular place due to free hot breakfast, free 5:30pm hot food snack with free cold drinks (beer is shown in the website photo), free wi-fi and phone calls. That sounds like guest satisfaction to me.

And 125,000 points will give you an opportunity to test run this hotel brand if you have not already discovered Drury Hotels.

About Ric Garrido

Ric Garrido of Monterey, California started Loyalty Traveler in 2006 for traveler education on hotel and air travel, primarily using frequent flyer and frequent guest loyalty programs for bargain travel. Loyalty Traveler joined BoardingArea.com in 2008.

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  1. Folks should note that ‘liking’ a business on facebook exposes you and ALL YOUR FRIENDS information to the business (and their marketing department). FYI

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