Choice Privileges 8,000 points after 2 stays Sep 4-Nov 8

Choice Privileges today once again launches their standard promotion for 8,000 points after 2 stays from Sep 4 to Nov 8, 2019.

Basic idea is stay two times and the difference between what your base points earned for spend at 10 points per $1 and 8,000 points are added to your account as a bonus. Choice Hotels earn 10 points per $1, so if you have $100 in eligible spend on a stay (tax does not count), then you earn 1,000 points. Spend $100 on second stay and you earn another 1,000 points. This promotion will add 6,000 bonus points to your 2,000 base points for a total 8,000 points after two stays.

There is a minimum earning of 5,000 bonus points in case you spend more than $300 on your two stays. For example, spend $400 and you earn 4,000 base points + earn 5,000 bonus points for a total 9,000 points after two stays.

You can earn this bonus multiple times during the promotion.

One thing to watch out for is a room rate under $40 does not qualify. I have earned this promotion bonus in years past using under $40 per night rates. I actually came across a $38 rate at a Choice Hotel in New York or Pennsylvania in a search last week when I was planning a potential fall road trip.

Choice Privileges 8,000 points promotion Sep 4- Nov 8

One difference I see in the wording of this promotion is “you can earn enough points to redeem for a future free night at more than 1,000 hotels worldwide.” This used to read 1,500 hotels worldwide, which was about 20 to 25% of hotels. Looks like reward rate creep has hit Choice Privileges too.

Still, there are some good Choice Privileges hotel reward deals at 8,000 points. I stayed 8 nights at Clarion Prague Old Town this year for 8,000 points per night.

Loyalty TravelerSan Francisco for 8,000 Choice Privileges points (Aug 26, 2019).




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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 in 2008.

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