Act Fast: Like Radisson Admiral Facebook for free 5,000 Club Carlson goldpoints

Like Radisson Admiral Toronto Facebook page before 11:59pm ET today October 26 and receive 5,000 Club Carlson goldpoints.

Here is the offer text:

We are offering 5,000 CLUB CARLSON GOLD POINTS to those who “Like” the Radisson Admiral Hotel on Facebook BEFORE 11:59pm ET on October 26!!!

Radisson Admiral Hotel

Hey Travelers!

We are offering 5,000 CLUB CARLSON GOLD POINTS to those who “Like” the Radisson Admiral Hotel on Facebook BEFORE 11:59pm ET on October 26!!!

To attain the points, simply “Like” us, then email the hotel… See the two simple steps below and, ACT FAST:

1. Click our name and then “Like” our hotel’s page

2. If you are a CURRENT CLUB CARLSON MEMBER, email andrew@radissonadmiral.com your Club Carlson #


If you are NOT CURRENTLY A CLUB CARLSON MEMBER, email andrew@radissonadmiral.com your: name, home address, email address and telephone number. We will open your account with the points already credited and email you your very own Club Carlson card.

We look forward to giving you the opportunity to travel to any one of Carlson’s great properties and look forward to seeing you at the Radisson Admiral Hotel in Toronto soon!

Loyalty Traveler’s day and apology to readers: First thing this morning I saw a comment on my blog with the offer quoted. I thought it odd there was no link to the hotel’s Facebook page and there was nothing on the hotel’s Facebook page mentioning this limited time promotion.

I contacted the hotel by phone this morning to find out if this was a legitimate offer. After several hours I was told the hotel was not running a Facebook promotion, but then a couple hours later I receive another email stating the hotel is running the Facebook promotion.

Jump on this offer now for 5,000 free Club Carlson Goldpoints. There are still 4 hours and 40 minutes left at the time of this post to request points.

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. @deltagoldflyer: here’s what I found on the milepoint wiki:
    Club Carlson (Radisson, Country Inn & Suites, Park Inn, Park Plaza)

    •Minimum transfer size to get a hit: 8K points to 1K miles. (2000 Carlson = 250 US, but you must meet the 850 mile minimum for a hit.)
    •To purchase points: Not an option.

    how about this option?:

    •Points may be transferred from one Club Carlson account to another Club Carlson account. From the Club Carlson T&Cs: “A member may transfer (“gift”) Points from their account to another Program member account by contacting Member Services.”

  2. @Frank: I had the similar thought in mind. I just sent my FB display name to Andrew in the mail just to be double sure!

  3. @Frank – good question. I don’t know how they know if you liked them on Facebook since email and name might not match your Carlson account.

    I didn’t check last night but when I first saw this offer the Radisson Admiral Toronto had 47 Likes and when I posted this on Loyalty Traveler at 7:40 ET there were 65 likes and this morning there were over 600 Likes.

    2.5 million points?

    This would likely have been 10 million points, except for the fact that I kind of stifled the activity most of the day by suggesting it was not an authentic offer and then being told by a hotel representative that they were unaware of any Facebook promotion and the manager would not be available until afternoon to confirm.

    Then I received an email late in afternoon that the manager confirmed the offer.

  4. Haven’t heard anything back. I hope you kept a copy of the email confirming the promo is legit, Ric 😉

  5. Give them time to sort it out.

    Since this was not an automated process they have to go through each email individually.

    I thought it was an odd promotion from the beginning and I’ll wait until next week to follow up if nothing happens.

  6. Sure. I was thinking some acknowledgement on the FB page would be the way to go. Along the lines of “thanks to those 600+ who liked us today. If you sent us your account number before midnight, your 5000 points will be posted within the next 6-8 weeks”.

    And yes, an odd promo – I have no idea what their goal was (are FB likes worth 5000 points?)

  7. OK, 5000 points have now posted for me as well. Thanks again, Ric. Now i have to figure out what to do with them. Do they expire after a year or so?

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